Sitting in the shadow of Mount Etna, one of the world's most active volcanoes, Catania is the second largest city in Sicily. This UNESCO World Heritage site can be easily reached from the city and can even be seen from above by travelling up almost 3000m by cable car. Back in Catania itself and there is no shortage of interesting places to pass the time: Palazzo Biscari, the Cathedral of Saint Agatha and the Monastery San Benedetto all offer an interesting insight into the history of the city. After spending a few hours exploring the streets, it's time to take a break and what better place to go than the Kiosks, an important meeting place across the ages and symbol of daily life in the city, serving drinks made from Sicilian citrus fruit syrups or granita, a refreshing sorbet-like dessert typical to Sicily.
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