Campania travel guide.
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Land of archaeological treasures, art, culture, music and sights of incredible beauty. From the ancient lost cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum, through the remains of Paestum, through Capri, Ischia and Amalfi coast to Naples and Vesuvium as an icon for the region
A multitude of different colours and flavors to discover.
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-Napoli:Details about Naples...

-Capri- Marvellous beauties of nature and excellent tourist facilities make this island one of most famous resort all over the world. Large vineyards, olive-groves and orchards. Many artisan shops selling handicraft (moccasins, jewels, pottery, sweaters) as well as local perfumeries selling essences distilled from the flowers and fruits of the island contribute to create the unique Capri atmosphere which draw visitors from all the over the world. (photos of Capri and Ischia).

-Sorrento- It's one of the better-known holiday resort along the Campanian coast.

-Amalfi Coast centers- Amalfi, founded in the IV century, was one of the ancient maritime republics with its own maritime codex and currency; Positano; Ravello; Minori.
Find out more about Amalfi Coast.

-Salerno- It is the second largest city in the region. Main sights: Monastery of S. Benedetto ( it dated probably between the end of the VII century and the beginning of the VIII), the Castle ( II century b.C.) which is the most ancient evidence of its history.

Natural sights

The most "classic" routes through its islands and coasts. Amalfi coast, Sorrento, Capri and Ischia islands.
Vesuvius and the craters of the Campi Flegrei.

Cultural, Gastronomic and more...

Archaeological sites Pompeii and Herculaneum, Paestum, Procida; climbing Vesuvius or exploring the craters of the Campi Flegrei.
In land excursions: Caserta for its Royal Palace (one of the biggest and most majestic building in Italy, built to emulate the Royal Palace of Versailles).


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