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tour guide naples, campania
 funny naples
There is something truly vibrant and alive,
something infinite. (John Turturro)
artistic naples
Neapolitans dig the art from the sun.
(Camillo Boito)
legendary naples
Remove Vesuvius to Naples,
and the voice of the enchanted mermaid
awill lose the sweetest harmonies.
(Renato Fucini)
spectacular naples
I apologize all those who
the sight of Naples makes lose senses!
(Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
musical naples
Musical capital of Europe,
ergo of the world.
(Charles de Brosses)
authentic naples
Wonderful, quaint, poignant:
that of the street. (Roger Peyrefitte)
Salerno and Paestum guided tours (Campania - Italy)



Salerno is the second largest city in Campania, and has one of the most extensive provinces of Italy.
Due to the diversification of the territory, its history, art and gastronomy, the Province of Salerno is ideal to spend the holidays.
Paestum is an ancient city of Magna Graecia, Poseidonia, with over 2500 years of existence, still preserves intact the own splendor.
Paestum is one of the major archaeological sites in Europe and recognized by UNESCO as one of the world heritage.



This is an itinerary to discover one of the most beautiful places of Magna Graecia (the southern part of the Italian peninsula for the Ancient Greeks), the ancient Poseidonia then Paestum, not far from Salerno. We enter the Museum where among the many elements there are paintings (including the famous frescoes of the "Diver's Tomb"), weapons, and Greek vases in ceramic or bronze. Everything testimonies this culture, one of the most important cultures of antiquity. We leave the Museum and we walk to the archaeological area. We admire the Doric temples made ​​with a kind of limestone that changes colour at sunset, which probably are dedicated to Hera. What a strange change! One time Paestum was famous for its roses, today it's famous for the delicious “mozzarella di bufala”. We continue our trip reaching Salerno, one time Etruscan land, then famous in the Middle Ages for the “Scuola Medica Salernitana, School of Medicine, known throughout Europe and not only. Salerno has a well preserved historical medieval center. Recently Salerno has a new Museum "the D-day Museum." Violent bombings destroyed the city before the landing of the Allies and the expulsion of the Nazis. Inside the Museum we can see uniforms, weapons, an original U.S.A. tank (one Sherman).

Duration: 1 day


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