How to Get Here
Duca di Uzeda B&B is located in the historic baroque city center, immersed in one of the most suggestive place of the city.
Uzeda door is the main entrance to the port of the city; gli archi della marina built as a railway in the XIX century and Villa Pacini built as a connection between the old and the new town.
This door introduces to Piazza Duomo, the old Platea Magna, rebuilt after the earthquake of 1963. Via Etnea, via Garibaldi, via Vittorio Emanuele II, Via Crociferi, represent the most authentic and powerful area of the city. Here are preserved the extraordinary works of many Sicilian artists.
At the beginning of February the celebration of Sant’Agata the patron of Catania, takes place. This is one of the largest religious festival in the word.
All the small streets nearby the B&B hide extraordinary architectonical liberty and Deco’ buildings, and also Terme dell’indirizzo, Castello Ursino which is a Civic Museum, l’anfiteatro romano and teatro Massimo Vicenzo Bellini.
The B&B Duca di Uzeda is few minutes away from traditional local restaurants, wine bars, night clubs and much more.
Nearby there is the bus station Alcala’/Borsellino, from where busses lead to the airport, the station, and to all other destinations.