Welcome to Catania and to the B&B ”I Vicere“
You’ll be staying in a refined and luxurious apartment situated in the very heart of historic Catania, a stone’s throw from places of great artistic interest and right in the center of the city’s nightlife.
You’ll enjoy breathtaking views from the lounges as well as from the bedrooms, as far as the eye can see. These views will take you from the magnificent ”Palazzo Biscari“ to the splendid Church of San Placido, the lively Old Port to the Cathedral Domes in Piazza del Duomo, from the rooftops of the old city, with its mansions to the stately Mt. Etna, covered in snow during wintertime or with red-hot lava flow running down its slopes.
The apartment occupies almost all the third floor of a recently remodelled eighteenth-century palace and it is also equipped with a private lift. The rooms are cosy, heated and finely furnished and each apartment has its own bath.
The communal areas allow you to spend pleasant evenings in the company of the friendly landlords, and to enjoy a good shot of ”zibibbo“ or any other local wine.
Breakfast can be served either in the spacious, fully equipped kitchen or in the marvellous 40 square metres sitting room allowing you to experience the charming atmospheres of a past age.
On request, we can arrange typical Sicilian suppers, single day or multi day tours to several places. We’ll be delighted to take you to our golf courses, exercise lessons including the ”pilates method“ and much much more…
Address:Piazza San Placido, 3
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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...