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  • Relais du Silence Pian delle Starze: charming hotel in Cilento

    written by Redazione Visit Italy

    The Relais du Silence Pian delle Starze is perfect for an holiday in this stunning region of southern Italy: Campania. Right in the heart of the Cilento and Vallo di Diano National Park you will be surrounded by nature, beautiful olive trees and... continue

  • Enjoying holydays in Casamicciola Terme at Hotel Terme Rosaleo

    written by Redazione Visit Italy

    Thermal treatments, relaxing days, walks, charming landscapes and much more in Casamicciola Terme. Popular for the healing properties of its thermal springs, Casamicciola Terme represents a strategical crossroads among the municipalities of the... continue

  • Relax at the Hotel Terme Galidon

    written by Emilio Aronica

    The Hotel Terme Galidon sits in the beautiful town of Forio on the island of Ischia. It has a wellness center on site where visitors can enjoy relaxing mud baths and pampering treatments, as well as a hot tub and a swimming pool. Every room at... continue

  • Hotel Rosaleo, to regenerate mind and body

    written by Redazione Visit Italy

    If you are thinking about spending your next holidays in a gorgeous and extremely relaxing place, Casamicciola Terme might be your ideal destination. Situated in Ischia, one of the best islands of Naples, Casamicciola Terme is a small town... continue

  • A trip in Caserta

    written by Bridget Brackett

    In the city of Caserta we can find two squares. The oldest, which is called the ‘Piazza Mercato’, houses the market, and the Vanvitelli square, which is the main square consisting of the modern life of Caserta such as bars, hotels, banks, shops,... continue

  • Traditional Nativity in Naples

    written by Dave Mitchell

    Naples is one of the most attractive and fascinating cities of Italy. Finding time to spend your Christmas in Naples will make your December holiday memorable. Like most cities of Italy, Christmas holiday here starts from December 8 until... continue

  • Caserta and the Royal Palace

    written by Bridget Brackett

    Caserta is located 25 miles north of Naples, on the edge of the Campanian plain and at the foot of the Campanian subapennine mountain range. It is a city based on its agricultural, industrial and commercial production. The civil network... continue

  • Capri travel guide

    written by Andrew adams

    Capri is a small Italian town in the bay of Naples located 5km from the mainland. It’s a town located in the Tyrrhenian Sea off the Sorrentine Peninsula, south of the Gulf of Naples in the Campania region of Italy. It’s a celebrated beauty spot and... continue

  • Tips on Capri

    written by Andrew adams

    Which is the best way to experience Capri for a perfect holiday?Here you will find a list of useful advices that foreigners, with an intention of visiting Capri, should know to make their stay more enjoyable, safe and secure. With tourists come... continue

  • B&B Bellini

    written by Cedric Mills

    The B&B Bellini is an elegant building set in the heart of Naples, overlooking one of the most beautiful squares in the historic centre: the Piazza of the literary cafes, immersed among antique monuments and museums. The Bed and Breakfast... continue

  • Tenuta Montelaura

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    Tenuta Montelaura rises among the chestnut and hazel of Irpinia, in the province of Avellino, in a uncontaminated nature, near the Amalfi Coast and the archaeological sites of Pompei and Herculaneum. Here nude stone and tuff dominate, from the... continue

  • Town Hall Square

    written by Andrew adams

    Spacious and green: this is the first impression of the rectangular Piazza del Municipio (Town Hall Square). From here, you look at Vesuvius in the background, like in a painting. Part and parcel of this beautiful square are the Town Hall (now the... continue

  • Via Toledo

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    A particular street, the main artery of Naples, dates from the first half of the 500 and today is totally pedestrian, and is the heart of the city of Naples. It develops between Piazza Dante and Piazza Plebiscito. On Via Toledo overlook noble... continue

  • The Royal Palace

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    The Royal Palace was designed and partly built by Domenico Fontana and was in the early years of '600. From 1600 to 1946, the Royal Palace was the seat of monarchical power not only in Naples, but also of Italy and throughout the South, passing by... continue

  • The Cathedral of Naples

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    The Cathedral of Naples is dedicated to the Assumption and it was built in late 1200 by Charles I of Anjou. It is of Gothic style and its plant is a Baroque Latin cross.The stucco decorations belong to the late seventeenth century. Of... continue

  • Castel Novo or Maschio Angioino

    written by Alexandra Evans

    The Castel Novo, better known as Maschio Angioino, was born as an alternative to the residence of Castel Capuano of King Charles I of Anjou. The castle was originally built in Gothic style by French architects in the years between 1279 and 1282. The... continue

  • Castel dell'Ovo

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    Landed on this small island in the middle of the seventh century BC, the Cumani, who founded the organized town of Partenope. Under the imposing castle you can admire the village with a marina, surrounded by houses and restaurants. A very... continue

  • Basilica of Santa Chiara

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    Located in the historic center of Naples, the Basilica of Santa Chiara, stands out for its Gothic style. It was built in 300, by order of King Robert of Anjou, and the work was entrusted to the direction of the architects Gagliardo Pirmario and... continue

  • Naples and the theatre festival

    written by Dave Mitchell

    In June, Naples opens the curtain at the theater companies coming from around the world at the Naples Theatre Festival to stage a myriad of events in the most extravagant locations of the city. The festival presents itself as a veritable marathon of... continue

  • See Naples and then..

    written by Dave Mitchell

    The most full and rich squares in Naples is the historic Piazza Plebiscito a semicircular square overlooked the fantastic old Bourbon Royal Palace and the neoclassical facade of the Church of San Francesco di Paola. The square seems to be the... continue

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