Catania boast an international airport with flights arriving at and departing from more than 70 destinations all over the world.
You can reach Catania with the national train lines of Trenitalia. The connections to other places, without rail links, are ensured by other public and private transport companies.
Catania can be directly reached from Napoli and Malta.
You can reach Sicily by boat from Cagliari, Civitavecchia, Genova, Livorno, Napoli, Reggio Calabria, Salerno, Tunisi and Villa San Giovanni e then arrive to Catania by bus, train or car.
The main connection bus lines from and for Catania stops at the terminal in Piazza Giovanni XXIII.
Catania is connected to the main Sicilian cities; if you get to Palermo (A19) or to Messina (A18), you can reach Catania taking the highway.
From and for the other main Sicilian tourist destinations and the town of the province, you can go the trunks road and the provincial roads.