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Sicily : Caltanissetta
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Caltanissetta is quite a large city in central Sicily, Italy, although there is not much to see or do here.

Get in[edit]

By bus[edit]

Regular buses run to and from Palermo, Agrigento and Catania. Although it's very close to Enna, there are not many buses between them. The bus station is about 20 minutes walk from the city centre and train station.

By train[edit]

Several trains a day run to and from Palermo, Gela and Agrigento. There are also several trains to and from Enna, but Enna's station is a long way below the town itself.

Get around[edit]


Piazza Garibaldi, Chiesa di San Domenico, Chiesa di S. Agata, Museo Archeologico




Arangini (balls made of Rice) and Granita ( Lemonjuice with icecrush)



Get out[edit]

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