What to visit in Salerno? The Amalfi coast is a stretch of the Campania coast is rich in beautiful landscapes to photograph. In particular, Salerno is a city that offers many places to live and to appreciate. If you're going to discover the beauty of this city you just have to be led by the Kangaroo with his route of 10 things to see in Salerno.
The Cathedral of Salerno was built in the 11th century and was modified several times. The first thing you'll notice is its steeple. On it you will see eight large bells from their great historical and artistic value.
The Via dei Mercanti is one of the most historic streets of Salerno. The way for shopping and buy some typical product of the city. In the Middle Ages was called "Drapparia" because all the store had the drapes, namely textiles traded. Merchants along the street you will find the most important churches of s as the Church of San Giorgio and the Church of San Gregorio. Are always in the same area several buildings in the city.
Along the Via dei Mercanti will find the Church of San Giorgio. It is commonly considered as "the most beautiful baroque church": what do you say to affirm that opinion? The Church is located in Via Duomo, close to the Duomo. We suggest you enter inside to see the murals and you'll find two very famous made since Salerno Bavly.
The Villa Comunale di Salerno is the "Garden" of the city. We suggest that you go to this site to see the famous fountain of Tullio, also known as the fountain of Asclepius.
Corso Vittorio Emanuele is the heart of Salerno. Connects the historic center with Piazza Vittorio Veneto, where you can find the train station. This is one of the fundamental areas of social life in Salerno and you can see from the large influx of people and shops.
The Minerva garden i is the heart of medieval Salerno near the river Fusandola and the ancient walls. If you want to spend a relaxing afternoon this is the place.
Do you know that in Salerno is a medieval aqueduct? The stage may seem unusual, but it is worth it. This is an aqueduct built by the Lombards in the 9th century. He was baptized as "Devil's bridge" according to a popular legend: the bridge seems to have been made with the help of demons and behind it lies the superstition that if he went under the arches of the bridge during sunrise or sunset would encounter the demons.
If you are a lover of the theater you can't miss the opportunity to discover the Teatro Verdi in Salerno. Was built in the nineteenth century. We suggest that you venture inside to admire the decorations of the painter Gaetano D'agostino.
The Arechi Castle is a medieval building located at an altitude of about 300 meters above sea level. The Castle takes its name from the Lombard Duke Arechis II. From here you can have an excellent view of Salerno and its Gulf. If you are a lover of sunsets you could particularly appreciate this place.
A walk required to do in Salerno is on the Lungomare Trieste. Was built in 1948 and was called by the British in the 1950s, the most beautiful promenade of the Mediterranean. The ideal time to enjoy the promenade is during the sunset, to enjoy a beautiful sunset. Strolling you can arrive to the port and then back towards the city centre.
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