catania To messina Transfers

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Route Summary - Catania to Messina

With an unmistakably magical atmosphere, Catania is considered to be a paradise for nature lovers as it boasts Mount Etna, Ionian Sea and everything that dazzles every visitor. With Catania to Messina private car hire, you would be able to enjoy the leverage of stopping the vehicle amidst unknown roads to keenly observe the beauty of the surrounding. Rydeu provides the best Messina Taxi service online as well as offline, so don’t forget to check out our exclusive offers to make your trip trouble free. Make sure to check out every minute details that might prove itself to be problematic in your trip, booking online would help you in eradicating the process of roaming around, we would send your desired vehicle at your desired location. 

Visit Catania to Messina by car to completely eradicate the nuisance of standing in a queue to get a ticket which is followed by a tiring ride along with all the vehicles. 


Distance From Catania To Messina- 95.6 km 

Journey Time- 1 hours 12 minutes 


Sitting on the eastern coast of Sicily, Catania is situated on the edge of the most enormous volcano in Europe known as Mount Etna. Known to be the second-largest city in Italy, this magnificent city receives its charm from the Ionian sea and is seen to be the seventh-largest metropolitan city in Italy. Founded in the 8th century BC by the Chalcidian Greeks, Catania has survived through a calamitous earthquake in 1169.  The beginning of the 14th century helped Catania in regaining the popularity due to its awe-inspiring art, rich culture and constitutional centre. The city has wrecked multiple times from the deadly eruptions of Mount Etna, the most major frightening explosion by Etna was marked in the year 1669. The vibrant town displays a picturesque surrounding embracing the rare art, architecture, the liveliness of the city and has now been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 



Known to be the island of Sicily, Messina is located in the north eastern side of Sicily and lies in close proximity to the mainland of the country. The city has been useful in serving as a primary port and gateway to the Mediterranean Sea. A major part of the economy in the country is brought by the city of Messina and is a bit expensive but completely worth it. Apart from providing a scenic view and dangling serenity, the city also features some of the best places to explore for its visitors such as Messina Cathedral, Piazza del Duomo, Messina Bell Tower and Messina Regional Museum. Make sure to stroll through the cobblestone streets of the city to get some souvenirs for your loved ones. The shopaholics can go haha over the cheap price and the amazing quality products that they can get here.