The University of Catania (Italian: Università degli Studi di Catania) is a university located in Catania, Sicily. Founded in 1434, it is the oldest university in Sicily, the 13th oldest in Italy, and the 29th oldest university in the world. With a population of over 60,000 students, it is the main university in Sicily.
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Nice place to visit but we're only there a couple of hours, but I expect plenty to do.
Busy square with cafes and restaurants. Good value city bus tour starts from here
Beautiful historic square in Catania, lovely cafés and restaurants, and just a great place to watch the world go by. Don't miss it!!
It's a lovely square to hang out and have a beverage with a snack. Great views of the old buildings and always funny to watch people passing by.
The buildings in the square are in good condition and really impressive. It's nice to see lots of people walking the streets that arrive to the square
Beautiful square in the city center of Catania, nice cafes and restaurants around, and a place for festivities every now and then
Its not a place pee say Well a piatza is a squere But i belive they mean rhe nagburehod around. There is a piazza every second street But here there are restaurants niknkas to buy And all kind of shops the best thing i. My mind There are small Streets gooing everywere So you can get lost a bit between the smell. The colors etc...
Quite place. Not very crowded. U will like
Looks good, but there is nothing more than in all places around. It's nearby the Catania center of life - Piazza del Duomo, which is definietely much more worth to visit.
such a small and beautiful city at the same time. I recommend arrancini or somenthing like this. really tasty
This site is the 17th century barocco at its best level. It is also the place of the ancient Catania University (early 15th Century). A place to go!
Lovely Sicilian piazza. We came here for New year's Eve which was awesome. Just beware they won't let you in with glass bottles! Saw lots of people throwing away full bottles of champagne
Beautifully designed urban space. Buildings were built mainly in XVIII century after the earthquake in 1693 as great part of the city. Nice and lovely place.