Mount Etna
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Mount Etna ticket and tours

Etna is a Sicilian volcanic complex which originated in the Quaternary; it is the largest volcano in Europe and it is among the world's most active on...

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Walking tours

During this half-day guided tour in a 4x4 jeep, you'll learn the history and the science behind the Etna volcano. Surrounded by nature and f...

Duration
6 hours
Available in: English
£ 48
Food & winery tours

During this guided tour in a 4x4 jeep, you will learn the biology, the geology and the volcanology of the Etna Volcano. You'll have the oppo...

Duration
6 hours
Available in: English
£ 69
Panoramic tours

Exploring the Sicilian volcano Etna aboard a buggy is a true once-in-a-lifertime experience. Setting off from the base at the foot of Mount ...

Duration
4 hours
Available in: English
£ 174
Day trips & excursions
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A great day out, packed with nature & adventures!Your driver will pick you up from your hotel between 8:30am and 9:00am (please be ready fro...

Duration
7 hours
Available in: English
£ 140

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National park tours

Spend a day around the zone of Mount Etna, immersed in nature away from the chaos and traffic of tra...

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The inside story

Etna is a Sicilian volcanic complex which originated in the Quaternary; it is the largest volcano in Europe and it is among the world's most active ones. Located on the eastern coast of Sicily, within the territory of the province of Catania, it presents a surface characterized by a rich variety of environments: cityscapes, dense forests and desolate areas covered by magmatic rock and periodically subject to snow at the higher altitudes.

This volcano is one of Italy's most important natural treasures. On the 21st of June 2013, the thirty-seventh session of the UNESCO Committee, which met in Cambodia, made Mount Etna a World Heritage Site.

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