Atrium Hostel

Via Leonardi 21, Catania, Sicily, 95121, Italy | Hostel
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Location

This hostel, located in the Centro Catania area of Catania, is near Piazza Duomo, Duomo di Catania, Castello Ursino & Museo Civico, and Palazzo Biscari.
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Travel Blogs from Catania

Catania, Sicily

A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Sep 10, 2014

... the forecast is for rain. Tonight we have a 249 nautical mile trip to Naples. We have purchased a ship excursion - US$250 each - to be confident that we can do the trifecta tomorrow of seeing Mt Vesuvius/Pompeii, Sorrento and the Isle of Capri. We've heard that all are must do and we expect it will be the scenic highlight of the cruise bar Venice, and the reality is that we will never be back here, and trying to fit them all in if left to our own devices will be ...

Another day, another hill to climb

A travel blog entry by michaelcourt on Sep 06, 2014

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... walking the streets and visiting the remains of the original castle on the highest point of the village.

We soon got back on the bus far yet another diabolical brush with Italian driving, and headed back down to Giardini Naxos. There was still some sunlight left so we quickly headed down to the nearest public beach for one last dip in the Mediterranean before heading off to dinner.

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Sept. 6: Taormina Scicly

A travel blog entry by rknepper on Sep 06, 2014

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... Taylor and Woody Allen have in common? Simple - they have all sojourned in Taormina, the pearl of the Mediterranean. Idyllicly perched on a rocky promontory high above the sea, Taormina has been the most popular tourist destination in Sicily for a couple of hundred of years, ever since it became an integral part of the Grand Tour. Beautifully restored mediaeval buildings, breathtaking views around every corner and a giddy network of winding streets strewn with shops, ...

Non-entry entry.

A travel blog entry by kurian on Jun 13, 2014

June 13th 2014



Michelangelo was one of the principal architects of the Basilica that took over a hundred years to build and employed the greatest minds of that era. Notwithstanding how magnificent and detailed it is, it's huge! Its tens of thousands of square feet of Renaissance ...

Rome

A travel blog entry by kurian on Jun 12, 2014

... place for Catholics after the site of Jesus’ birth in Nazareth. The forecourt of the Basilica is the sprawling, colonnaded Saint Peters Square, centred by an obelisk (which dates back to 13th century B.C. Egypt and transported to Rome in 37 A.D.!!), said to mark the spot where Saint Peter was martyred.

We reached the Vatican to find thousands in the Square attending Mass. It was a commemorative service to honour 200 years of the Carabinieri, ...