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Paestum is a truly enchanting and atmospheric place, and a ‘must’ on any classical tour of Italy. Just south of the Sorrento peninsula and Amalfi Coast, and a mile inland, this is a haunting archaeological site where three Greek temples stand in the middle of the countryside. Paestum is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage...
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Praiano and Vettica are ancient villages like all others on the Coast, and are situated halfway between Positano and Amalfi. The origins of these two villages are unfortunately unknown to us because of the few documents found so far. Praiano, Antica Plagianum, facing east gives you the opportunity to enjoy the sun and moonrise, whilst...
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Situated on the pristine Sorrento Coast in the Bay of Naples, Southern Italy, the small town of Castellammare di Stabia has been attracting high profile visitors for centuries. Famous for the healing properties of its thermal mineral waters, many a fine beach and beautiful scenery, it has long been a popular summer resort location. Today...
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The site of Oplonti is famous most of all for the monumental villa of Poppea, Nero’s wife and it is part of the Vesuvian Archaeological Area. Like Ercolano and Pompei, this site was preserved thanks to the volcanic eruption of Vesuvius that happened in the golden age of these cities. In Oplonti there are magnificent...
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Combining the influences of Versailles, Rome, and Tuscany, the Caserta Royal Palace and Park, north of Naples, was designed according to the wishes of Charles of Bourbon III by Luigi Vanvitelli, one of the greatest Italian architects of the 18th century. Caserta is considered a triumph of Italian Baroque, and ahead of its time. Expanding...
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An important agricultural, commercial and industrial town on the edges of the Campanian plain, Caserta lies at the foot of the first slopes of the Apennines. The city is known above all for its imposing “Reggia”, the 18th century Royal Palace called the “Versailles of Italy”, which, together with the Royal Belvedere of San Leucio...
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From 1997, municipality of the province of Salerno, Vietri sul Mare has been declared World Heritage Site by Unesco for the richness of its landscapes and its artistic and cultural heritage. Historically, Vietri sul Mare had been identified with the ancient Marcina, first Etruscan-Samnite coastal settlement, then Roman port, but even today, there are several...
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Salerno is the main town of the “Costiera Amalfitana”, situated in the middle of two enchanting coasts, the Amalfi and Cilento coasts. It was the seat of the oldest medical university in Europe, the Schola Medica Salernitana, the most important source of medical knowledge in Europe in the early Middle Ages. Salerno is a UNESCO...
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The recorded history of the Naples (Italian Napoli) begins in the 7th century BC when the nearby Greek colony of Cumae founded a new city called Parthenope. Cumae itself had been founded by people from Euboea. Precisely why the inhabitants of Cumae decided to expand is not known for certain, but the Cumaeans built Neapolis...
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Anyone fascinated by the beauty and richness of the coast of Amalfi should not forget to stop in Minori, Maiori’s “little sister”. It is only a few kilometers away from Amalfi and Ravello and has also become a town with a special charm that attracts tourists. After Minori you come to rest and soak up...
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