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Route Summary - Catania to Naples
 
 

Often criminally overlooked in favor of its flashier Italian cousins like Rome, Venice, and Milan, Catania and Naples are finally emerging from the shadows as a worthy tourist destination and gaining a lot of popularity for showing unity and diversity. Catania to Naples private car hire is the best way to complete your tour without going through any hassle. Situated in a close proximity to each other, you might be able to witness the picturesque nature while sitting on the sumptuous leather seat of the comfortable vehicle. 

Taxi service from Catania to Naples is the best option for the tourists who want to keep their trip private and enjoy some quality time with your loved ones. Book a taxi from Catania to Naples with Rydeu to explore the exclusive offers for you, you can even check the offers online and choose the best one for yourself. 

 

Distance From Catania To Naples- 586.0 km 

Journey Time-  6 hours  24 minutes 

 
CATANIA

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.  This beautiful city has survived through many life-shaking events such as WWII, the eruption of Vesuvius and has managed to become one of the most visited cities in Italy which reflects the greek origins at its best.




 
NAPLES

Squatting on the western coast of Italy, lying on the bay Naples, it is known to be one of the most populous cities in Italy. Rooting back to the second millennium B.C, Naples is a conveyer of the rich art and iconic architecture and is known to be the most populated city after Rome and Milan. From boasting some of the most alluring beaches ornate with the sparkling sandy coastline and unique pebbles to being one of the most preferred places to visit for the foodies, Naples is known to be a paradise for all the nature lovers out there. This beautiful city has survived through many life-shaking events such as WWII, the eruption of Vesuvius and has managed to become one of the most visited cities in Italy which reflects the greek origins at its best.