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Besides the historic center with its characteristic alleys where you can spend hours wandering around, there are some activities worth your attention while visiting this city.
In 2015 a special project was launched for the Fornelle district in the historical center; the walls of the streets are being decorated with murals. The locals of the neighborhood are proud of this piece of art and are happy to share it with others. This project is meant to combine art and culture and making the city more beautiful at the same time.
Il Giardino della Minerva
In the heart of the old center of Salerno, you can find the oldest botanical garden of Europe: Il Giardino della Minerva. This garden was built in the 14th century and was an important source of information for doctors of the Scuola Medica Salernitana.
The garden consists of multi-level terraces. A long stairway, built on the ancient city walls, connects the different terraces and offers you a stunning view of the Gulf of Salerno and a panorama that stretches from Punta Licosa to Punta Campinella.
There are guided tours where you can find out more about the activities of the doctors from the Scuola Medica Salernitana and the effectiveness of the medicinal herbs that were used in medieval times.
Luci d’Artista is an annual event since 2009. From November until the end of January the city becomes a paradise filled with lights where you can admire lamps in all shapes and sizes all over the city. Fairies, dwarves, elves, sleighs, shooting stars, flying carpets and magical lanterns; you can come across all of this on your way through town.
Some of the places worth visiting
Minori was the first inhabit place of the Amalfi Coast and a town rich in history. This is reflected in the remains of the ancient Villa Romana Marittima. With nicknames like ‘Eden of the Amalfi Coast’ en ‘The city of Taste’, this small town is certainly worth your visit.
Maiori is one of the most popular bathing places along the coast. With its fine sandy beach, a small harbor and a promenade where lots of activities take place during summer season, makes it a regular tourist destination. For an aperitif or a snack, you can visit one of the bars or restaurants along the boulevard or the main street, Corso Reginna.
Up in the mountains, above the town of Maiori, you will end up in the municipal town of Tramonti. This area is famous because the best pizza chefs in the world are originally from Tramonti. Set among mountains and spectacular views, in Tramonti you will find a 'real' piece of Italy.
Ravello boasts a rich history but most of all its magnificent views. For that reason, Ravello has been used as a movie set for many films. Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo offer you an unforgettable view of the coast while you walk around in its beautiful gardens.
Amalfi is the town the coastline owes its name to. This town was one of the maritime republics of Italy and was able to take in a prominent trade position. With its characteristic streets and the cathedral from the 9th century, this place is worth a visit.
With its maze of alleys and stairways, Positano is a real touristic attraction. The church of Santa Maria Assunta is a place of interest, especially because of an image of a dark Virgin Mary. It is possible to hike to Positano from different places along the coast (Path of the Gods, more information about this hiking trail soon).
Apartment in Salerno
The apartment, recently restructured and nicely furnished, is located in an ideal place of the city; at 200 meters from the beach, 800 meters from the railway station, bus station, city center and the harbor, point of departure for ferries in the direction of the Amalfi coast. It is centrally located in between the Amalfi coast and the Cilento coast. Furthermore, places like Pompeii, Naples, Caserta, Paestum and the island of Capri are easy to reach from Salerno.
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Pepper land Holiday House
Albori (Vietri sul Mare)
With two bedrooms, two bathrooms, large kitchen, living room, reading room, children’s playroom, terrace overlooking the sea of the Gulf of Salerno and characteristic inner courtyard, Pepperland in Amalfi Coast can meet the needs of artists in search of inspiration and families fleeing from the city stress. In Albori cars do not circulate: children can play freely through the narrow streets of the village, adults can discover that every little glimpse of the landscape is a treasure to be preserved forever in their memory.
* Beds: 4+1 (Two double beds and a kid bad)
* Sofa bed
* Heating system
* Air conditioning (on request)
* Washing machine
* For families with children
* Clothes hangers
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Ave Gratia Plena
Located in the historic city center, it is an ideal place to stay. The building is a former convent and features a rooftop terrace with an ocean view. The ho(s)tel is clean, with reasonable prices and multilingual staff members.
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Food & Drinks
Located in the historic center in Via dei Mercanti 68, you can find Cibarti. Cibarti means literally ‘feed yourself’ and they know very well how to do that.
It is a small place but the way it is decorated emits a special atmosphere the moment you walk in. It is like walking into someone’s living room. The walls are provided with wooden shelves, filled with books, magazines and cd’s and with its different colored pieces of ceramic, the bar looks inviting and cozy. It is the perfect place to read a book, to write, to think or to hang around with friends and relax.
With its choice of different wines, Cibarti is a perfect place to enjoy an aperitif. Of course this also includes some refreshments, which are available in all shapes and sizes, prepared with fresh ingredients.
They are open for lunch or dinner as well. They do not have a very extensive menu, but all the meals they offer are prepared by the owner himself with fresh ingredients. Praised dishes are the cous cous with vegetables, the fusilli with yellow tomatoes and Burrata cheese and the yellowfin tuna cooked with sesame.
The friendly atmosphere and the reasonable prices, will make you stay here for at least a couple of hours, while enjoying your drink on the terrace, watching people passing by. The staff is friendly and provides a good and quick service.
Curious about Cibarti’s food or just want to sit down here to enjoy an aperitif? Through Salerno Travel you can get a nice discount! Want to know more? Feel free to contact me.
Hostaria il Brigante
Hidden in one of the small streets behind the cathedral of Salerno (Via Fratelli Linguiti 4) you can find Il Brigante. Wooden tables, handwritten menus, cutlery that does not match, but the food is delicious! Tip: definitely try the pasta San Giovannara.
Italy Bike Friendly
Being active during your holiday; something more and more people are looking for. Italy Bike Friendly is an organization that searches for the best possibilities that will fit into your needs while exploring the country by bicycle. In addition, Italy Bike Friendly also offers various walking tours, led by a certified, local guide.
Valle delle Ferriere
When visiting the Amalfi coast, towns like Amalfi and Positano are the main tourist attractions. But let me tell you; there is a lot more to see and discover, far away from the populated towns of the coast. If you are a true nature lover, there are some amazing hiking trails, which will show you the beautiful nature of this area. One of these trails is called 'Valle delle Ferriere'. Read more about this hiking trail on my blog.
Italian cooking class
Are you a true food lover and curious to know how to prepare a specific Italian meal? This cooking class will suit you perfectly! In the domestic atmosphere of Mrs. Lina home, you will find yourself in a typical Italian kitchen. Lina comes from a family who owned a well-known restaurant in Salerno, besides, cooking has become her real passion. After preparing the meal, you will have diner all together while enjoying a good glass of wine.
It is possible to choose the dish you would like to prepare, or you can choose one of the typical menus.
Would you like to know more about this cooking class? Feel free to contact me and I will provide all the information you need.
Are you looking for some activity during your holiday? Get into a kayak and discover, under supervision of an experienced guide, the most beautiful places of the Amalfi Coast. You don not need to be an experienced kayaker to do this excursion. Read more about my own kayak-experiene.
Would you like to know more about the kayak-tour? Send me an e-mail for more information.
The Amalfi Coast is famous for its big lemons, used for the preparation of the well-known liqueur Limoncello. Delicious to drink but also interesting to see how this drink is produced. There are different places in the area where you are welcome to watch the process up close.
Are you interested in the Limoncello-making-process (and of course to taste it as well!)? Please feel free to contact me.
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