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A trip to Campania has always been a journey to places where the beauty of the landscapes and the grandeur of history are superabundant, the climate is delicious and the land generously gives its fruits. Today, while traveling in Campania, you are welcomed by one of Italy’s richest regions of art and archeology, where even gastronomy lights up with taste.
What are the main reasons for a visit in Campania?
Campania has an ancient history that has stratified traditions and customs full of charm and joy. This is why a visit in Campania becomes a way to love gestures, customs and tastes coming from afar.
Campania has been home to noble and rich dynasties, that have filled the city with artistic beauty, not to mention the Roman patricians who chose the coast of Campania as a privileged place for spa treatments and relaxing stays. The remains of these civilizations amaze visitors and faithfully bring them back to a magnificent era.
Lastly, visiting Campania means falling in love with the cuisine and products of this land and of these seas: not only pizza or mozzarella, as everywhere you can discover superb Mediterranean delicacies and fresh fish.
Things to see and things to do in Campania
Naples was the great capital of a powerful kingdom and, for this reason, the cradle of culture and art, but also a place of great vitality. A trip to Naples will enchant visitors thanks to the popular atmosphere, overwhelmed by the eternal beauty, in the coexistence of contemporary art and ancient treasures.
The majestic Vesuvius dominates Naples and the Sorrento Peninsula, creating with its unmistakable romantic silhouette a landscape that cannot fail to make people fall in love by day and enchant in the evening.
A visit in Campania, Pompeii and Herculaneum are the places where the eruption of Vesuvius has preserved almost intact entire cities, where it is still possible to admire the life of the Romans in all its splendor.
The Sorrento Peninsula and the Amalfi Coast merge together the nature of coasts where mountains are overhanging the sea and unveil fjords and enchanting little bays.
Capri is a paradise of nature, where the sea and the sky come together in the blue, with a touch of glamor and elegance acquired over time. From its terraces the view opens up to the beauty that becomes a sigh of the mind and of the heart.
Among the things to do in Campania, one cannot miss a visit to the magnificent Royal Palace of Caserta, that does not have much to envy to the more famous Versailles: the palace, with its luxurious apartments and grandiose gardens, narrates the grandeur of a past splendor.
Events and festivals in Campania
The main festival in Campania takes place in Naples, with the festival of San Gennaro on September 19, which begins with religious ceremonies and the auspicious liquefaction of the Saint’s blood and ends with concerts and dances on the streets and squares.
Then, the Naples Pizza Village, which takes place on the Lungomare and Via Caracciolo from mid-June for about ten days. Music, cabaret and workshops join the shows of the best pizza chefs from around the world.
On May 14, Capri hosts is the picturesque procession of San Costanzo, the patron saint, from the square to the church of Marina Grande, through the main alleys of the city center.