The L˛gnina B&B is an attic in a modern and lordly palace that offers enjoyable and interesting vacation chances and work stayings, together with comfort in its unique panoramic scenario.
Its balconies face the Ognina seafront and offer an amazion view on the legendary Faraglioni, the majestic vulcan Etna, the sea and Piazza Nettuno, one of the most beautiful residential zones of the city, two steps away from Corso Italia, the street of catanese shopping, a few miles away from the airport, the central train station, the fairistic center Le Ciminiere, and it is constantly served by buses and easily reachable from anywhere in town.
This is important for your choice: every room has private bathrooms and is equipped with LCD satellitar TV, hair dryer, wi-fi internet connection, bar-fridge and panoramic terrace.
Staying at our inn includes, besides a rich breakfast, daily room and house cleaning, linen and towels change, autonomous air conditioning and centralized heating, easeful car parking in a tax-free zone and complete entrance and outgoing autonomy from the inn.
The warm homeyness of the owners will guarrantee you privacy and care at the same time, both on short and long stayings. B&B L˛gnina: hospitality, relax and proficiency.
Address:Viale Alcide De Gasperi, 241
Phone number:+390950930636 - +393355786162 - +393394586263
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Catania is the second-largest city of Sicily, southern Italy, and is the capital of the province which bears its name.
With some 306,000 inhabitants (750,000 in the metropolitan area) it has the second highest population density on the island. The city's patron saint is Saint Agatha. Catania is located on the east coast of the island, halfway between Messina and Siracusa and is at the foot of the active volcano Mount Etna.
All ancient authors agree in representing Catania as a Greek...