Flying from Catania
Once your visit is over, flights from Catania depart from the Catania–Fontanarossa Airport (CTA) – also known as the Catania-Vincenzo Bellini Airport, named for the opera composer Vincenzo Bellini. The airport lies approximately 4.3 kilometers southwest of the city and serves as the main gateway to Sicily’s eastern coast.
Catania–Fontanarossa Airport Information
Within Catania–Fontanarossa Airport you will find several stores and restaurants, a business center, a post office and money exchange desk, facilities for the disabled, car rental desks, and information on local hotels in Catania. A bank and ATM are also available. Special services include a VIP lounge, Friendship Room, and nursing areas in the ladies’ restrooms.
Getting to the Airport in Catania
A taxi to Catania–Fontanarossa Airport can be hired through your hotel and will collect you from your hotel or at another convenient location. You can also catch an AMT Alibus to Catania–Fontanarossa Airport. The bus picks up passengers at Catania city center and the train station roughly every 20 minutes. The train to Catania–Fontanarossa Airport collects passengers at several points throughout the city. Inquire at your hotel or the train station for a complete list of stops and a timetable.
Arriving in Rhodes
Book your flights to Rhodes and prepare to step into a land of man-made marvels and unequalled wild splendor. Time stands still on this island of whitewashed buildings, medieval monuments, and incredible cuisine. Visit airberlin.com to find great flight deals to Rhodes.
First Time in Rhodes
No visit to the island of Rhodes is complete without a stroll through the Old Town. Medieval castles stand next to modern cafes, and ancient walls surround this slice of history, all contributing to the best walk you will experience on the island.
Book your tickets to Rhodes and take part in the many outdoor activities available. If lounging on the beach and swimming in the Aegean are not active enough for you, consider learning to parasail and jet-ski. Besides water sports, the island also has golf and tennis facilities. You can even learn traditional Greek folk dances.
Making the Most of Your Rhodes Holiday
Rhodes enjoys a temperate climate all year long. Summers are dry and warm, ideal for travel to Rhodes. To find cheap hotels in Rhodes consider visiting during the winter. The weather is wetter but still mild, and crowds will be thinner.