Sites we sug­gest vis­it­ing

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Sites we sug­gest vis­it­ing: for a mem­o­rable trip in our re­gion

DUOMO DI SALERNO. The cul­tural and artis­tic his­tory of the city are in­ter­twined. Ded­i­cated to St. Matthew, it pre­serves the re­mains of many fa­mous men.

POMPEI. It is one of the most vis­ited ar­chae­o­log­i­cal sites in the world. Where time seems to have stopped sud­denly un­der the lava of the Ve­su­vius.

NUSCO. One of the most beau­ti­ful vil­lages in Italy, in the prov­ince of Avel­lino. The his­tor­i­cal cen­ter re­flects its sec­u­lar his­tory. It has been called “bal­cony of Ir­pinia”.

CUSANO MUTRI. Perched around its cas­tle, in the prov­ince of Ben­evento, its over­hang­ing houses, nar­row streets, and wind­ing stair­cases are breath­tak­ing.

ROSCIGNO VECCHIA. In the prov­ince of Salerno, aban­doned by its in­hab­i­tants be­cause of the fre­quent land­slides, it has re­mained sus­pended be­tween life and death.

IL GIARDINO DELLA MINERVA. In the heart of Salerno’s his­tor­i­cal cen­ter. A par­adise for lovers of botany and fresh air.

SANT’AN­GELO DEI LOMBARDI. In the prov­ince of Avel­lino, it pre­serves a typ­i­cally me­dieval lay­out and a splen­did cas­tle.

VESUVIO. The ma­jes­tic vol­cano, sym­bol of Naples and its prov­ince. It’s a beau­ti­ful el­e­ment of the Gulf of which it is the fo­cus.

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