Standing at the southern end of Piazza del Duomo, this grand baroque palazzo was designed by Alonzo di Benedetto. A passageway above...
Separating Piazza del Duomo from rough-and-tumble food market La Pescheria is gushing Fontana dell'Amenano, a Carrara-marble fountain...
Catania's raucous fish market, which takes over the streets behind Piazza del Duomo every workday morning, is street theatre at its most...
Pescheria Fratelli Vittorio
Cats would kill for a table at Fratelli Vittorio, a cult-status eatery whose counter glistens with Catania's freshest fish and seafood....
Porta Uzeda information
Built to connect Via Etnea to the port, Porta Uzeda was commissioned by Duke of Camastra and completed in 1696. The gate is named in honour of Spanish nobleman Juan Francisco Pacheco Téllez-Girón Duke of Uzeda, viceroy of Sicily from 1689 to 1696.