Walking Guide: Catanzaro, Calabria’s Capital

Walking Guide: Catanzaro, Calabria’s Capital, Catanzaro, Italy (B)

If you’re searching for a walking guide and a day trip from Cosenza, then Calabria’s capital Catanzaro holds a traveller captive. whilst visiting these 12 sights…

Armed with 3 varying bus timetables for IAS Autolinee from Cosenza to Catanzaro, I think I’m on to a winner – what could possible go wrong?

The 07:50am bus (€6.20 one-way) arrives and leaves on time. An easy 1.5-hours’ later and you’re in Catanzaro’s city centre.

About two kilometres out of Catanzaro, the bus stops on the side of the highway for passengers that are travelling in to the city centre to swap buses. The connecting bus pulls up at the same time. My timetable’s drop-off point differs to the actual drop-off point.

The bus drops you off at the roundabout where the statue of the Italian general and patriot Franceso Stocco stands proud on this grey and drizzly day…

As with most of southern Italy Catanzaro was settled by the Greeks, although through the ages changed hands many times. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Walking Guide: Catanzaro, Calabria’s Capital
Guide Location: Italy » Catanzaro
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Nilla Palmer
Read it on Author's Website: https://imageearthtravel.com/2019/06/09/walking-guide-catanzaro-calabria/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Piazza Matteotti
  • Fountain of the Cavatore
  • Complesso Monumentale del San Giovanni
  • Chiesa di San Giovanni
  • Ponte Bisantis
  • Palazzo Mancusi
  • Centro Storico
  • Piazza Basilica dell’Immacolata
  • Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta
  • Bar Amalfi