Reaching Sicily by car.

Italy can be reached by car from Austria, France, Switzerland and Slovenia.

The wide European motorway network and the mountain passes provide access to the Italian mainland (Mont Blanc Tunnel, Great St. Bernard Tunnel, Brenner Pass, the alpine tunnels , that however may often be closed during wintertime).

To reach Sicily from Northern Italy you can take the A1 motorway to Naples and then from Naples continue through the A3 to Villa San Giovanni and Reggio Calabria from where you can take the ferry to Messina.

From Center/Southern Italy you can choose between the A1-A3 or A14 highstreets to Taranto, and from there follow the Ionian coast for a stretch.
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