Hostels In Catania

12 Hostels in Catania, Italy
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Ostello degli Elefanti
9.4Superb
(1865)
Hostel- 0.03km from city centre
Join us at Ostello degli Elefanti - the most beautiful and central hostel in Catania. It is located in t
Privates From
€32.50
Dorms From
€24.70
The Yard Hostel
9.5Superb
(698)
Hostel- 1.2km from city centre
We are on Viale XX Settembre, the central street of the city of Catania from which you can easily reach t
Privates From
€39.00
Dorms From
€24.00
Casa Verdi - House of Travelers
9.4Superb
(379)
Hostel- 0.91km from city centre
Welcome to Casa Verdi - Aparthostel in Catania.
Privates From
€11.25
Dorms From
€16.00
Eco Hostel
9.6Superb
(543)
Hostel- 0.45km from city centre
Eco Hostel is for travellers that want to experience the real Sicilian welcoming atmosphere while enjoying all the comfort and convenience of a modern backpacker haven.
No Privates Available
Dorms From
€27.36
UrbanPop
9.2Superb
(401)
Hostel- 0.39km from city centre
Come and try out our amazing Sicilian hospitality in an original, young and creative environment!
Privates From
€22.50
Dorms From
€15.00
City-in Hostel B&B Catania
8.2Fabulous
(891)
Hostel- 0.45km from city centre
City-in Hostel B&B Catania has spacious and bright double rooms with private bathroom, elegantly furnished and capable of creating an atmosphere in the charming and unique bed and breakfast City-Hostel in Catania is also B & B: our double rooms with private...
Privates From
€17.10
Dorms From
€16.74
At Sveva Bed and Breakfast
8.3Fabulous
(1546)
Bed and Breakfast- 0.59km from city centre
We are in the centre of the 18th century baroque city of Catania, less than 5 minutes from the centrepiece of the town: The Piazza Duomo.
Privates From
€7.50
No Dorms Available
5 Balconi B&B
9.8Superb
(177)
Bed and Breakfast- 0.6km from city centre
Welcome to our sunny palazzo, built in the 1800s with lots of colour, character and charm.
Privates From
€28.33
No Dorms Available
Bad B&B and Design
6.9Good
(12)
Bed and Breakfast- 0.26km from city centre
BAD is the first Design Bed&Breakfast in Catania - is in the beating heart of the city: in a XIX century building, next to the historical fish market (the Pescheria), within a
Privates From
€29.66
No Dorms Available
B&B Doralice
10Superb
(13)
Bed and Breakfast- 0.13km from city centre
At B&B Doralice all rooms are ample, bright, with balcony and private bathrooms.
Privates From
€24.00
No Dorms Available
B&B Bella Stella
10Superb
(40)
Bed and Breakfast- 0.52km from city centre
Welcome to B&B Bella Stella.
Privates From
€26.67
No Dorms Available
Iuvara Rooms B&B
10Superb
(47)
Bed and Breakfast- 0.93km from city centre
Iuvara Rooms B&B Catania has spacious and bright double, triple and quadruple rooms, elegantly furnished and capable of creating an atmosphere in the charming and unique bed and breakfast. The Iuvara Rooms B&B is situated in central part of the city. It's...
Privates From
€9.98
Dorms From
€11.40

About Catania

Catania is the second-largest city on the laid-back Italian island of Sicily. With Mount Etna as a backdrop and views out to the sparkling Ionian Sea, it's a real feast for the eyes. Most of Catania was rebuilt after it was destroyed in an earthquake in 1693; today, you'll find impressive Baroque buildings from its architectural rebirth dotted all across town. Catania's other main drawcards include its golden beaches – La Playa is a local favourite – and traditional cuisine like arancini (deep-fried rice balls).

Many hostels in Catania are set in elegantly restored buildings in the heart of the historic centre. Bed down in a former 17th-century palace with ornate ceilings, or in a modern capsule dorm that dishes up a hearty free breakfast every morning. Sun-seekers can stay in a hostel located mere metres from the beach. Several Catania hostels have courtyards and roof terraces that are perfect for relaxing, while others have self-catering kitchens for whipping up your own meals. 

The city’s main thoroughfare, Via Etnea, is lined with modern shops, cafes and pizzerias. In contrast, the centuries-old Via Crociferi offers a very different vibe, with historic attractions such as the Arco di San Benedetto and the Piazza Stesicoro, which houses the ruins of a Roman amphitheatre. Teeming with locals, Via Santa Filomena is the place to go for heaped platefuls of Sicilian favourites such as pasta alla Norma – a traditional pasta dish with aubergines and ricotta. At sundown, the beach lidos transform into buzzing nightlife hotspots.

When it comes to sightseeing, Piazza del Duomo is a must-visit for attractions like the Cattedrale di Sant'Agata and the Fontana dell'Elefante, carved from black lava. Giardino Bellini is Catania’s oldest urban park, and with its shaded boulevards it's a serene escape from the bustling city. At the seaside village of Aci Castello, around 9km north of Catania, you can sample world-class gelato while enjoying views over the harbour. 

Catania Fontanarossa Airport is located 7km south-west of the city centre. You can get into the city with the Alibus service, which runs to and from the airport every 20 minutes from 5am until midnight. From mainland Italy, you can reach Catania by boat, or via an Intercity train that is ferried across the strait to nearby Messina. When in Catania, AMT buses ply the streets, terminating in front of Catania Centrale train station. For more inspiration on what to do in this popular city, check out our guide on things to do in Catania for solo travellers.

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