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For those of you who don’t know much about this region, here are some tips that will help make the most of your trip to Campania, also known as “Land of Fire”.
Surrounded by citrus scents, you will find amazing landscapes, a temperate climate and a rich cultural heritage.
Located in Southern Italy, this beautiful region stretches along the Tyrrhenian Sea and it is home of the Mount Vesuvius, one of the most visited and symbolic place of the area.
There are so many beautiful cites that are worth a visit. With more than 2000 churches, Naples and its suggestive alleys crowded of lively people deserve a tour. Pompeii and Herculaneum harbour a wealth of archaeological finds, while Positano and Amalfi stand out for their colourful houses framed by the blue of the sea. The must-see list includes also Capri and Ischia, two small paradises where wild nature meets streets full of shops of exclusive brands.
Visiting Campania should be a sensory experience. Get lost in the ancient markets of Naples and be captured by the delightful smells of pizza and pastries. Admire the ancient ruins in Pompeii and explore the villages built in the rocks along the Amalfi Coast. Reach Capri by boat and swim in the blue water of the most famous and attractive Italian cavern. Taste the authentic Limoncello made from Sorrento lemons by the best local producers. Wander around the gardens of the Royal Palace in Caserta, where the only noise you can hear is the water that springs from the fountains.
To recover after this intensive tour, there is nothing better than a delicious pasta dish with tasty tomatoes from San Marzano and the famous buffalo mozzarella as appetizer.
Earth, water, air and fire: the 4 elements are combined together to create an unforgettable music.
If you still don’t know this melody, open your ears and listen to the beautiful sound of Campania!