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What you should know about Mount Etna
Are you planning to visit the Etna area and need a room for the night or longer? Hotels.com offers a wide variety of Etna accommodations from Acireale to Giarre that should fit everyone's needs and budgets. We include multiple photos to give you an idea of what your stay will be like. In addition, the online maps have the location of attractions in the towns beneath the volcano so that you can plan sightseeing and other activities. We also have reviews by site members to give an accurate and guest-confirmed depiction of any of the comfortable Etna hotels available. Our easy search feature can be refined to fit a variety of travel plans. Results can be provided based on budget, star rating, the availability of child discounts, or the distance to popular neighborhoods and city centers. Use Hotels.com to tailor your stay today!
What is Etna Like?
Mount Etna is well known for its vineyards that make good use of the rich volcanic soil. It is also known for its magnificent vistas carved across the ages. Mungibeddu (as the Sicilians call Mt. Etna) is often active and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The mountain and the valleys carved by lava, such as the Valle de Bove, are the main attraction, especially during any of the spectacular eruptions. The area around Etna is also a cultural paradise. Many small towns with ruins and architectural curiosities with different stories to tell are nestled in the shadow of the strata volcano. A sightseer paying a visit to the largest city around, Catania, could view ruins including the Roman remnants in Piazza Stesicoro or Piazza Duomo. You might even spend a night in some of the classic architecture that is now many of the Mount Etna hotels.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Etna
Hotels.com's travel experts speak eleven languages to help you book your Etna hotel, but the local language is still useful for navigating the winding streets of the stunning province. A few simple phrases such as 'parla inglese?' (Do you speak English?) or 'mi scusi' (excuse me) can go a long way towards starting a polite conversation and really getting to know the local people as well as their culture. Bringing along a pocket language guide or a smartphone translation app many also prove to be valuable in some situations. For a traveler paying anyone more than a simple visit during their stay, it is traditional to bring your host a houseplant or to offer to take them out for a meal. Whatever the occasion, we hope you enjoy your visit and choose Hotels.com to help you find a spectacular Mungibeddu (Mt. Etna) room.