Zanne Festival 2014 will take place at the Parco Gioeni (Gioeni Park) in Catania. The park is located at the north end of Via Etnea, the main thoroughfare. You can access the Park from either the Via del Bosco (Bosco Street) entrance or the Via Angelo Musco (Angelo Musco Street) entrance. If you arrive by car we recommend you access the Park from Via Angelo Musco, since there is parking available adjacent to that entrance.
Several low-cost airlines connect the Fontanarossa International Airport of Catania with various Italian and European destinations, including: Ryanair, EasyJet, Vueling, Air Malta, Meridiana, etc.).
Check out flight information on the Catania airport website: http://www.aeroporto.catania.it/
The AMT Alibus bus connects the airport to the Central Station and the city center every 25 minutes, from 4:40 am to midnight.
You can also travel to Catania by flying into the Comiso airport (http://www.aeroportodicomiso.eu/ ) (about 90 km from Catania ). The Comiso airport is served by low-cost airlines and there is a bus service connecting it to the Catania airport.
The main train station is a short walk from the center of Catania and is served by buses, the subway and taxis. There are a few regional fast trains that link Palermo with Catania, and the trip takes approximately three hours. To check train timetables visit the website of Trenitalia. The private railway Circumetnea makes stops at the towns located on the slopes of the volcano. The Borgo Station is located a short distance from the Parco Gioeni . – www.circumetnea.it
You can reach Catania’s port from Naples by taking a TTTLines ferry. In addition, Virtu Ferries connects Malta with Sicily (Pozzallo port) via ferry-catamaran and offers a bus service to and from Pozzallo and Catania.
Numerous bus lines connect Catania with other Sicilian and Italian cities including: AST, Circumetnea, Etna Trasporti, Interbus, Giuntabus, SAIS, Giamporcaro, and Bus Center. Buses are usually faster than the train.
By Car Reaching Catania by road and motorway is easy, by taking the A18 or A19 either from Messina or Palermo.
You can, via our partner BlaBlaCar, arrive to the Zanne Festival by carpool, thereby helping the environment. You can either offer or search for a spot in a car in order to reach the Zanne Festival from all over Italy!