Welcome to Catania


Sicily is the largest island of the Mediterranean Sea, a cross-section of many cultures reflected by traditions, architecture, language and rich cuisine. Welcoming but resistant to any form of change, Sicily is the land of missed opportunities, suffering from poor infrastructure and lack of services but full of resources.
Could you imagine a better challenge?
We want to take Service Design where is most needed.


Catania is the second largest city of Sicily after Palermo located on the east coast facing the Ionian Sea: is noted for its history, culture, architecture and gastronomy. Its old town, besides being one of the biggest examples of baroque architecture in Italy, is a World Heritage Site, protected by UNESCO.
Catania has been a native or adoptive homeland of some of Italy’s most famous artists and writers, including composers Vincenzo Bellini and Giovanni Pacini, and writers Giovanni Verga, Luigi Capuana, Federico De Roberto and Nino Martoglio.
The city is the main industrial, logistical and commercial center of Sicily.

How to get there

The easiest way to reach Catania is flying to Catania International Airport (check on skyscanner for best solutions).

Visiting Italy without going to Sicily leaves no image in the spirit.
It is Sicily that is the key to everything!
  -Goethe, German Author