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All reviews main shopping street long street piazza duomo nice street dept store cafes and bars bellini gardens the heart of the city mt etna stroll shoppers coin square dell browse pedestrianised majestically
Busy , vibrant and full of everything you may need. All types of shops from expensive to cheeper. Jewellery, clothing, bars a d caffees, turists office and pet shop:)
Loads of side streets to wonder around. Just a place u must be if u ever...More
I love the attitude of the Italian people toward the evening stroll The Via Ethea with its shops, restaurants, gelaterias and pastry shops make this the perfect place for you passeggiata and people watching.
This street which runs from the Piazza is one of the main tourist shopping centres in Catania and if you're lucky enough to be here during the January sales most shops have discounts of up to 50% and some even 70%
The whole city has been breathing a few days for this holiday. In many places in the city, young guys are preparing to wear large -CANDELORE - which are made from wood and weigh 400-800 kg. The main streets where the procession will pass are...More
Definitely there are many low and mid-priced shops along this street with a wide variety of goods. . However, there are also many closed storefronts. Some buildings look to be in decay. Others are nicely fixed up. Many people milling about. In pockets there is...More
Look for the large blue “P” signs which indicate a garage or a parking lot. Most are located off of side streets. I would suggest you use google maps to find one, which is what we did. We went off Corso Italia to locate... More
Look for the large blue “P” signs which indicate a garage or a parking lot. Most are located off of side streets. I would suggest you use google maps to find one, which is what we did. We went off Corso Italia to locate one, then walked to Via Etnea.