Enna

Enna is a town located in the heart of Sicily, rich in history, culture and traditions. The name of the city was introduced during the Fascist period, etymologically speaking Sicilian, and previously called Castrogiovanni.

View from Mount Erice - Leandro Neumann Ciuffo

View from Mount Erice - Leandro Neumann Ciuffo (Source: Leandro Neumann Ciuffo - CC BY 2.0)

How to reach Enna

By plane

The city of Enna does not have a local airport, however it is still possible to arrive by plane through the airports of Catania (107 km away), Regusa Comiso (112 km away) and Palermo (131 km away). From the airports, to move to Enna, you can use the transfer service offered by our portal Bravodriver.com. There are also connections with but and trains (see soto). The rental service with driver is the choice in any case recommended for groups of friends / family (4 or more people), who want to comfortably (and quickly) reach the city of Cefal├╣ directly from the airport. In fact, special rates are provided for mini-groups of people. For more information, see the bravodriver.com website. It is not only convenient, but also convenient for groups of 4 or more.

For information on transfer prices, see our page Enna Transfers - Prices.

By car

It is possible to reach Enna by car using the A19 motorway, which connects Palermo to Catania (Enna is about halfway). Meters from Agrigento you can take the SS640 for about 60 km. From Messina you can reach the city of Enna along the A18 motorway to Catania and then continue on the A19 Catania-Palermo until the exit of Enna. The duration of this last journey is about two hours and 30 minutes.

By bus

The Sais company has direct connections between the Catania airport and the municipality of Enna. The journey time is about two hours.

On the train

To reach the city of Enna by train it is possible to use the railway lines Palermo-Enna and Enna-Siracusa. To find out more about the routes, timetables and costs of trains, you can consult the Trenitalia website