Salerno is situated in the gulf of Salerno which also has as a neighbour the wonderful Amalfi coast. Its fortunate geographical position in one of the most beautiful coasts of the world allows one to enjoy a healthy mild climate and a clear blue sea all year round, favouring relaxing life at the open air.

The town has preserved its wonderful medieval historical centre dominated by the castle of the Prince Longobardo Arechi (IX Century) and noted for its imposing Romanesque Cathedral (XI Century) which is situated in the middle of a characteristic medieval area in which the ancient atmosphere mingles with the buzz of modern life, creating an astonishing blend of Italian originality. The symbol of the town, without a doubt is its wonderful seafront promenade which offers the pleasure and beauty of a splendid panorama and a place to relax amid flower-filled pathways, ancient buildings and open-air cafés, pubs and restaurants.

How to arrive

- By airplane: Naples – Capodichino Airport. Flights to Naples from Milan, Rome and many European cities are frequent.

- By train: national rail network (Eurostar and Intercity lines). Station of “Salerno”.

- By car: Autostrada A3 Napoli - Salerno

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