06272017Tue

Out of Town

A 1960 Stanley Kubrick film (with Peter Ustinov, Tony Curtis, Jean Simmons and Charles Laughton) which made him known to the whole world: we are talking about Spartacus, a gladiator…
Land of wine and mozzarella, but also of archaeological heritage and historical villages. An itinerary offered by Trecc, network of tourism enterprises which aim to promote tourism and culture on…
A small town that appears to take you back to the times of medieval merchants. Gateway to the Amalfi Coast and to Cilento, from the historical center to the waterfront,…
The Salerno Marine Station is celebrating its one year anniversary next April, one of the last works in Italy created by the Anglo-Iraqi star architect Zaha Hadid, who died of…
More than a third of Campania's territory is characterized by the presence of forest. Where will take you for a tour to the discovery of about 5500 hectares of forests…
Located just a short distance from Caserta, this charming old-world town featuring tufa stone houses, quaint shops and several gems of architecture is a must-visit destination.
A journey amidst castles, natural parks, medieval towns and renowned wine cellars, to discover a region in the heart of Campania. One of Italy’s most beautiful provinces A visit to…
The look of Pompeii has been changed and enhanced following its transformation into an open-air space for contemporary art, music and concerts. A world heritage site since 1997, the archaeological…
An area rich in history and artistic and natural beauties, Cilento’s coast, much of which is still untamed, not only boasts golden beaches, coves and cliffs that, each year, are…
In 2016, fourteen beaches in Campania received ‘Blue Flag’ certification, awarded by the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) to seaside resorts for the purity of their water. Although most of…
Situated in the volcanic coastal area known as the Phlegrean Fields, surrounded on three sides by the sea, the Rione Terra was the first inhabited area in Pozzuoli. Founded on…
Although it is only a small town nestling between the headlands and the coves of the Amalfi Coast, Amalfi offers scenic and cultural treasures that, each year, attract thousands of…
The Cilento and Vallo Diano National Park is the second largest park in Italy. The park itself extends over a surface area of roughly 181 thousand hectares and includes 80…
The six Domus unveiled to the public after four years of restoration are real archaeological gems. The restorations were carried out under the 3-million euro Great Pompeii project. Re-opened on…
We invited the Mayor of Cerreto Sannita, Pasquale Santagata, to tell our readers why a tourist should visit the smaller communes of Sannio. “This picturesque corner of Campania is just…
Caserta is a small centre, boasting a rich heritage of artistic, architectural and historical treasures. Where has selected a pick of its most noteworthy landmark attractions that should be visited…
In discovery of the province of Benevento, amidst local curiosities, medieval history, monuments and tourist attractions. Five communes chosen by Where to make your trip memorable. The province of Benevento,…
The volcano’s crater is reflected in the sea and towers majestically over the Bay of Naples. It makes for a truly impressive sight before the eye alights on thick woods,…
A twinning with Saudi Arabia to promote the economy and artisanal aspects of Torre del Greco.
A unique town renowned for its porcelain and culinary specialities. Positioned on a hill in the high valley of Titerno, on the slopes of the Matese mountains, the town of…
If you’re holidaying in Naples and want to take an out-of-town trip then Caserta, renowned throughout the world for its treasures, is the ideal destination.
Standing at 1282 metres above sea level, overlooking the bay and the city of Naples, Vesuvius has produced several of the earth’s largest volcanic eruptions. The eruption dating back to…
Uncontaminated scenery, crystal-clear waters, medieval towns perched on hills: the landscape of the Cilento, located in the southern part of Campania, in the province of Salerno, is so varied that…
On 24 August, 79 AD, it was a lovely sunny day. Late that morning, a sudden deafening roar emerges from the bowels of the earth and the Vesuvius burst open.
“The day when it all ended. Historic notes” The first stable settlement in Pompeii was founded around the seventh century B.C. by the indigenous population of the Oscans, subsequently being…
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Paestum is one of Magna Grecia’s must-visit cities because, in the space of just one day, it allows you to take in both archaeological treasures…
The name ”Phlaegrean Fields” refers to the vast area of a volcanic nature lying north-west of Naples (the word “Phlagrean” comes from Greek and means “fiery”).