Catania is the second largest city in Sicily. Catania has a population of around 300,000 people. It lies along the Ionian sea, under the shadow of Mount Etna. Catania has been repeatedly destroyed by earthquakes and eruptions over the centuries. In 1693 the city was destroyed by an earthquake and in 1669 it was covered by lava completely. Catania is well known for its magnificent coastline, the charming Baroque architecture and Mount Etna. The city offers skiing sport year-round on Mt Etna.
Catania Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How safe is Catania?
A. Catania, Sicily is one of the safest holiday destination for tourist. But just like any other City in Europe, it's important to take some precautions there are scammers, pickpocket, bag snatchers, car theft. Avoid leaving any valuables items in the rented car and ensure the insurance covers car theft. Watch out for the drivers as they tend to drive along the pave-ways.
Q. What should I do if I lose my ticket?
A. You have to contact the customer service immediately you lose your ticket by calling them or sending an email. They will do their best to replace your ticket at the airport however additional charges may apply. Your ticket is valid for one year from the date issued. You don't have to cancel your flight ticket if you lose the electronic ticket. Making a booking reservation online allows you to print and reprint the ticket in-case you lose it.
Q.Is it possible to get a refund for my ticket?
A. This is based on the website you have made a reservation and the ticket terms. Some tickets are refundable while others are non-refundable. For a refund on your ticket, you have to contact the customer service agent. A low priced ticket is non-refundable. Some service can refund the ticket fare, but won't change or modify the name on the ticket. However, an extra fee may apply for the ticket fare refund. Always read the terms and conditions for the type of ticket you want to purchase.
Flight Routes to Catania
KLM has launched a new route from Amsterdam to Catania and Split. Airbaltic airline commenced its new latest weekly flight services to Catania. The most popular air route from Catania airport is Catania to Malta with 3500 flights in a week. Blue air will start flying from Torino to Catania from November with an available ticket of € 42,99 per flight. Popular air flights from Catania Airport include; Catania to London, Catania to Bristol, Catania to Glasgow, Catania to East Midlands, Catania to Birmingham, Catania to Edinburgh and Catania to Manchester.