Enna is in the centre of Sicily and a privileged position: it stands almost a thousand metres high, and from its position, on a clear day, you can almost embrace the whole island at a glance.
Dominating this panorama to the east is the presence of Etna, with all its majestic and imposing presence.
Despite its status as a highland town, Enna is very easy to reach as the motorway (A19) linking the two major Sicilian cities of Palermo and Catania passes through Enna, making communication between these urban systems very easy.
Moreover, it is well connected to the other centres of inland Sicily, making it a pole of interaction between the inland areas of central and eastern Sicily.
The city is divided into two parts:
Enna Alta and Enna Bassa.
The first one corresponds to the historical centre and is about 900 metres above sea level. In contrast, the second one, a little lower than the first one and where the Cittadella Universitaria is located, constitutes the urban expansion of Enna that has developed since the 1950s.
Living in Enna means entering an urban dimension that conveys serenity and easy access to all essential services:
Enna is truly a city on a human scale, and this allows for experiences marked by a calm and peaceful flow of events.
The upper town offers many monuments consisting of valuable civil and religious buildings, including the Castello di Lombardia, a fortification located at the eastern end of the historic centre and whose towers dominate the valleys surrounding the town.
And these valleys are the places of intense agricultural production of great quality that also arrives on the tables of the Enna inhabitants and their guests, delighted by the goodness of the raw materials.
The calm pace of the city, the good mountain air and the high standard of university services make the academic and living experience at Kore unique.