ITALIA: Sicilia al volante CLASSIC
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ITALIA: Sicilia al volante CLASSIC

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Created: Thursday, February 10, 2022
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Created: Thursday, February 10, 2022
Destinations: Catania, Sicily, Taormina, Sicily, Catania, Sicily, Siracusa, Sicily, Noto, Modica, Ragusa, Sicily, Agrigento, Sicily, Palermo, Sicily
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09 Apr
Transport from Barcelona to Catania, Sicily
Departure
Iberia Airlines Iberia Airlines - IB5694
17:15 - Barcelona, Barcelona El Prat (BCN)
19:25 - Catania, Catania Fontanarossa (CTA)
2h 10m 1 PC Nonstop
Flight: IB5694 Operated by: VY
Cabin Class: Economy
09 Apr
Car rental
Sicily By Car
A/C 5 doors 4 people
Fiat Panda 1.2 or similar (MDMRB)
Includes:
Fuel Policy: Pickup full return full
Manual transmission
Mileage limit: 0 km
Extras: Pay at pick-up office 113,22 €
OneWay - 113,22 €
Driver age

Minimum 18, Maximum 80

Fuel Policy
Si devuelve el coche en Domingo, recuerde que la mayoría de gasolineras en Italia están cerradas y que operan solamente con máquinas automáticas con tarjetas.
Los coches se entregarán con el tanque lleno y se tendrán que devolver con el tanque lleno. De lo contrario el cliente tendrá que pagar por el combustible que falta, más un suplemento por el servicio de repostaje.
General payment terms
El depósito mínimo que tendrá que dejar el cliente como garantía es: A (MBAR), A1 (MTMR), A2 (NBMH), B (MDMR), C (EDMR), D (CDMR), M1 (ECAR), 650.00 EUR
EEW (HDAE), EE (EDAE), E1 (CTMD), E2 (PTAR), F (IDMV), J (IGMD), N (CDAR), N1 (IDAR), N2 (PDMR), NW (IWAD), S (CWMR), S1 (DWAD), SW (CWAD), QW (FFNV), J1 (JGMR), EEN (CDAE), 800.00 EUR
G (FVMD), U (FVAD), GW (FVMD), UW (GVAD), 1000.00 EUR
Se puede contratar en destino un seguro adicional para reducir el importe del depósito.El proveedor acepta las siguientes formas de pago: Tarjeta de crédito American Express, Tarjeta de crédito Diners Club, Tarjeta de crédito Mastercard, Tarjeta de crédito Visa El proveedor NO acepta las siguientes formas de pago: Cheques, Efectivo, Tarjetas de débito y crédito marcadas como: electronic use only, Tarjetas Maestro, Tarjetas no emitidas por un banco, Tarjeta de Prepago, Tarjetas virtuales, Tarjetas Visa Electron

650,00 €

Theft protection
900,00 €
Collision damage waiver
900,00 €
Pickup

Fontanarossa Airport - Telephone: +39095 349900//+393489014626

Fontanarossa Airport

Opening hours:08:00 - 23:30

Salga de la terminal y gire a la derecha, a unos 200 metros encontrará las instalaciones de rent a car del aeropuerto. Hay un buzón para dejar las llaves si la oficina está cerrada.
Dropoff

Punta Raisi Airport - Telephone +39095 349900//+393489014626

Punta Raisi Airport, Palermo, Sicily

Opening hours:08:00 - 23:00

Mostrador en la hall de llegadas. Buzón de llaves disponible para devoluciones fuera del horario de oficina.
09 Apr
1. Catania, Sicily
Stop
About the city: Catania is the second largest city in Sicily. Buried seven times by fierce eruptions of the Etna volcano and several earthquakes, much of its monuments have been destroyed. Nonetheless, the old town is well maintained, so much so, that it was declared a World Heritage Site in 2002. In the city center visitors will be able to enjoy the major feature of the city: its baroque architecture. The main examples are the Cathedral Square, Piazza del Duomo ,with the Elephant Fountain, the adorned Cathedral, founded in the 11th century on the ruins of the ancient baths and the impressive 13th century Ursino Castle. The remains of the Roman and Greek heritage can still be witnessed at the former Acropolis of Katane that includes the Roman Theatre, built by Greeks and reconstructed by Romans, the Odeon and the Amphitheatre. Chaotic, noisy and boisterous, Catania’s nightlife is buzzing, hundreds of bars, clubs and eateries are at hand where to get infected with the joie de vivre of the city’s population.
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09 Apr
Car journey 50 Kilometers - 38m
Catania, Sicily
Taormina, Sicily
09 Apr
2. Taormina, Sicily
Stay
About the city: Taormina is a charming hillside town on the east coast of Sicily, Italy and is one of the island's main tourist resorts. Taormina has been a very popular tourist destination since the 19th century. It has popular beaches (accessible via an aerial tramway) on the Ionian Sea, which is remarkably warm and has a high salt content. Since the opening of the first hotel in 1874, Taormina has become one of the world top tourist destinations where visitors can experience a perfect combination of old times charming atmosphere, preservation of history and culture, an elegant and lively way of life to be enjoyed in relaxing walks through the old town pedestrian areas. The tourist has a lot to do and see: top level art performances at the Greek theatre, several painting exhibitions held in local palazzi and churches, fine elegant shopping along the famous “Corso Umberto” with its classical music coffees and pastry shops. Or visiting local art museums, taking naturalistic walks in the surrounding countryside, golfing at the nearby 18-holes green, enjoying the fantastic beaches at easy reach, where the mild Mediterranean climate allows to practice all water sports as swimming, scuba diving, sailing, windsurfing, or just sunbathing for nearly eight months a year and even more.
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11 Apr
Car journey 24 Kilometers - 32m
Taormina, Sicily
Gole dell'Alcàntara
11 Apr
3. Gole dell'Alcàntara
AMUSEMENT - Stop
11 Apr
Car journey 27 Kilometers - 48m
Gole dell'Alcàntara
Castel Mola
11 Apr
4. Castel Mola
HERITAGE - Stop
11 Apr
Car journey 55 Kilometers - 1h 28m
Castel Mola
Monte Etna
11 Apr
5. Monte Etna
NATURE - Stop
11 Apr
Car journey 49 Kilometers - 57m
Monte Etna
Catania, Sicily
11 Apr
6. Catania, Sicily
Stay
About the city: Catania is the second largest city in Sicily. Buried seven times by fierce eruptions of the Etna volcano and several earthquakes, much of its monuments have been destroyed. Nonetheless, the old town is well maintained, so much so, that it was declared a World Heritage Site in 2002. In the city center visitors will be able to enjoy the major feature of the city: its baroque architecture. The main examples are the Cathedral Square, Piazza del Duomo ,with the Elephant Fountain, the adorned Cathedral, founded in the 11th century on the ruins of the ancient baths and the impressive 13th century Ursino Castle. The remains of the Roman and Greek heritage can still be witnessed at the former Acropolis of Katane that includes the Roman Theatre, built by Greeks and reconstructed by Romans, the Odeon and the Amphitheatre. Chaotic, noisy and boisterous, Catania’s nightlife is buzzing, hundreds of bars, clubs and eateries are at hand where to get infected with the joie de vivre of the city’s population.
More info
12 Apr
Car journey 80 Kilometers - 1h 2m
Catania, Sicily
Siracusa, Sicily
12 Apr
7. Siracusa, Sicily
Stay
About the city: Syracuse was the greatest of Sicily’s Grecian cities, at one time rivalled only by Athens. Its sites are better than many in Greece. Hot and dry, this provincial capital encapsulates Sicily's timeless beauty. Go to the island of Ortigia, the lovely historic centre, for the Temples of Apollo and Athena. The latter, now the city’s cathedral, has a richly embellished baroque façade, added in the 18th century. Across the street, the Museo Archeologico Nozionale has some exceptional Greek vases. Another museum in the Palazzo Bellomo has a superb collection of paintings and sculpture, amid miniature courtyards, fountains and elegant stairways. For the big sights, travel across town to the archaeological park, Neapolis. Here is the Greek theatre, where classical Greek plays still perform. The many well-preserved reminders of its ancient glory make Syracuse a city of lingering and romance.
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13 Apr
Car journey 39 Kilometers - 39m
Siracusa, Sicily
Noto
13 Apr
8. Noto
Stop
About the city: Noto is a city and comune in the Province of Syracuse, Sicily, Italy. It is 32 kilometres (20 mi) southwest of the city of Syracuse at the foot of the Iblean Mountains. It lends its name to the surrounding area.
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13 Apr
Car journey 37 Kilometers - 49m
Noto
Modica
13 Apr
9. Modica
Stop
About the city: Modica is a city and comune in the Province of Ragusa, Sicily, southern Italy. The city is situated in the Hyblaean Mountains. Modica has neolithic origins and it represents the historical capital of the area which today almost corresponds to the Province of Ragusa. Until the 19th century it was the capital of a County that exercised such a wide political, economical and cultural influence to be counted among the most powerful feuds of the Mezzogiorno. Rebuilt following the devastating earthquake of 1693, its architecture has been recognised as providing outstanding testimony to the exuberant genius and final flowering of Baroque art in Europe and, along with other towns in the Val di Noto, is part of UNESCO Heritage Sites in Italy.
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13 Apr
Car journey 16 Kilometers - 24m
Modica
Ragusa, Sicily
13 Apr
10. Ragusa, Sicily
Stay
About the city: Easily reachable from Catania, Ragusa, capital of the same named province, is a nice town set on multiple hills of the Hyblaean Mountains. Ragusa, a modern city with a beautiful historic core, is known for some great local red wines and its wonderful cheese, the Ragusano. The city is divided in two parts the old Ragusa Ibla and new Ragusa. Old Ragusa was rebuilt after the earthquake of 1693, and it preserves an important sample of baroque architecture. Ragusa's historic centre is quite magnificent with its tangled alleyways, grey stone houses and baroque palazzi. In this part of town we find the Duomo di San Giorgio. With its large neo-Classical dome lit by blue stained-glass windows and surrounded by Corinthian columns, the church can be distinguished from afar. Close up, it is the superb flight of stairs which attracts the visitor's eye to the elegant and harmonious pink façade. Pretty sculpted motifs decorate the doorway and enhance the depiction of St George slaying the dragon with his lance. Alongside the church is the small Museo del Duomo, a museum containing stone statues and reliefs from the original pre-earthquake San Giorgio and other churches, architectural drawings by Gagliardo, some extravagant reliquaries and gloomy religious paintings. Ragusa Ibla has a large number of trattorias and restaurants, bars, coffee shops, pubs and clubs. Representing the modern Ragusa we have the Marina di Ragusa a famous seaside resort, with long beaches of golden sand, where you can find restaurants and busy clubs and lounge bars that are popular with tourists and locals alike. Ragusa offers many options to enjoy La Dolce Vita.
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14 Apr
Car journey 144 Kilometers - 2h 49m
Ragusa, Sicily
Agrigento, Sicily
14 Apr
11. Agrigento, Sicily
Stay
About the city: Agrigento is charming city on the southern coast of Sicily. Agrigento is famous for its Temple Valley, the best preserved Greek ruins outside of Greece. The city has a beautiful old town centre and is a place of great historical and architectural importance. The Valley of the Temples is one of the most important archaeological sites in the world and in 1997 it was named a UNESCO World heritage site and is one of the most mesmerising sites in the Mediterranean. The temples, a dozen of them, erected in 5 BC, are located on the ridge to the south of the town. Back in town, explore the maze of tiny alleys, piazzas and side-streets, see the Norman Duomo of Saint Gerlando, the Church of Santa Maria dei Greci built on the steps of a Greek temple and the Church and Convent of Santo Spirito where you can taste almond sweets made by the local Cistercian cloister nuns. The wonderful Doric monuments, the cobalt-blue sky, the salubrious climate at the peerless view make Agrigento a desirable place were a long stay is delightful.
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15 Apr
Car journey 126 Kilometers - 2h 8m
Agrigento, Sicily
Palermo, Sicily
15 Apr
12. Palermo, Sicily
Stay
About the city: Life in Palermo is intense. People and buildings are tightly crammed into every available space and chaotic markets render the narrow sidewalks impassable. Lush gardens exist along poor narrow streets, and drying laundry resembles the festive banners of a public festivity. Stroll along via Roma up to Corso Vittorio Emanuele, admiring the squares and the exuberant cathedral. The Palazzo dei Normani is an extraordinary fusion of styles, its Byzantine mosaics are a reminder of the city's Golden Age. The ruins of the Church of San Giovanni degli Eremiti stand around the corner, with its pink domes shielding an exotic cloister garden. The National Gallery of Sicily, housed in the Palazzo Abatellis, has a superb collection of paintings and sculpture. In the mornings, don’t miss the massive open-air Capo market. Most of Palermo’s nightlife occurs in the beach district of Mondello. There you can join the strolling crowds of young Italians sampling fish from seaside kitchen stalls and eating gelato.
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16 Apr
Transport from Palermo, Sicily to Barcelona
Return
Vueling Airlines Vueling Airlines - VY6601
10:10 - Palermo, Palermo (PMO)
12:10 - Barcelona, Barcelona El Prat (BCN)
2h 0m 25 KG Nonstop
Flight: VY6601
Cabin Class: Economy
1 Insurances
ESSENTIALS Seguro (Seguro Inclusión Pangea) - Región (Solo continente) - Días (8)
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