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The excursion of Amalfi, Ravello and Salerno with a local guide offers you an amazing experience, with abundant free time in each place and extra stops along the road at a number of points of interest end scenic views.
Thanks to the insights of our experienced driver/guides you will learn about the history, the geography and the culture of the Amalfi coast and Salerno without having to worry about the windy roads that would be otherwise pretty difficult to navigate for a first time visitor.
It is just one of its fourteen towns, but it has such an historical relevance that it gave the name to the entire coast.
This is Amalfi, known as one of the four ancient “Maritime Republics”, together with Pisa, Genova and Venice, called this way because they were the most important ports in Italy for the commercial routes with the east. The white houses separated from each other by narrow alleys and archways form a welcoming, charming little town where you can embrace the history and the traditions of a place that for many years has been considered the source of wealth of the Italian territory.
Once at the main square the Duomo of Sant’Andrea will simply leave you speechless, with its moorish inspired belltower and its incredible staircase at the top of which you will marvel at view of the square and truly feel the grandeur of this ancient town.
Without a doubt the most peaceful one of the Amalfi coast, Ravello is a quaint little town that was founded soon after the fall of the Roman Empire and that has been considered a mountain resort area ever since.
Also known as the City of Music (Città della Musica), Ravello has welcomed during the years many famous composers, from historical characters like Richard Wagner to contemporary artists such as Philip Glass and Ennio Morricone. You will have the chance to visit the fantastic Villa Rufolo, a moorish villa that faces the Duomo of Ravello and the location of the famous Ravello Music Festival that takes place in town every year, and Villa Cimbrone, a medieval Villa where from the Infinity Terrace (Terrazza dell’Infinito) you will enjoy one of the most unbelievable views that the coast has to offer.
Ravello is really a place that sticks with you lonng after you have visited it, it’s charm is really unmatched, and the peacefulness of its lifestyle makes this a truly unique experience.
Salerno is an ancient city in Campania (southwestern Italy) and is the capital of the namesake province. It is located on the Gulf of Salerno on the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Salerno is often overlooked but it’s a lively city and a crucial crossroads. The busy port town is situated between two of the best-known seaside areas of Campania – the Amalfi Coast and the Cilento National Park. Salerno was the scene of the Allied landings during World War II and suffered much damage, but today the city has become an important commercial center which boasts one of the largest seaports on the Tyrrhenian coast. White it has a prevalently modern appearance, it still retains an interesting and characteristic historic center with a maze of charming alleyways and a wealth of beautiful buildings and monuments.
For travelers Salerno is an interesting point for touring around as it is in a central location and enjoys a hip nightlife, and offers shops, restaurants, museums and monuments. Its main draw is its transportation network: Salerno has a major railway station with excellent train connections to Naples, Rome, Paestum and the south of Italy. During the summer season ferries, depart from Salerno’s port to reach Amalfi, Positano and Capri. The SITA regional bus lines conveniently connect Salerno to the Capodichino airport in Naples, the central train station in Naples, and the the Amalfi Coast towns of Vietri sul Mare, Cetara, Minori, Maiori and Amalfi itself.
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