NAPLES “The capital of the south”             

An authentic jewel of Italy situated on one of the most beautiful bays in the world. It offers an architectural legacy of more than a thousand years... exceptional archaeological museum, and numerous baroque churches. Warm, volcanic, and effervescent, Naples is the city of the sun, the capital of pizza and Italian folklore. For some, Naples is the most beautiful city of the world. Others refuse to appreciate it. But one thing is certain, its atmosphere will not leave visitors indifferent.
Visiting Naples's historic center means traveling through twenty centuries of history. The design of its streets, piazzas, churches, monuments and public buildings and castles constitute a jewel box of artistic and historical treasures of exceptional importance, so much so that together, they earned their spot on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1995.

Campania has copious architectural treasures and historical places (Pompei, Ercolano, Paestum), as well as extraordinary natural riches (Capri, Ischia, and Procida), the Amalfi coast (Amalfi and Positano) and Vesuvius.

Towering cliffs, quaint villages, terraced hills, scenic drives and stunning views of the turquoise sea of the Amalfi Coast are one of the most evocative of the Italian coast.
A journey that starts from the sea, the undisputed king, with its vibrant colors, rich coasts of bays, coves and rocky cliffs, the islands of the Gulf of Naples, Capri, Ischia and Procida, true masterpieces of nature.
The Amalfi Coast seems to be one grand balcony suspended between a sea of cobalt blue and the feet of the Lattari Mountains, in a long stretch of hollows and promontories, coves, cultivated terraces, vineyards, and citrus and olive groves. Set in a unique environment, it is an exemplar of a Mediterranean landscape and of enormous cultural and natural value due to its topographical characteristics, as well as its historical evolution. For this, it is protected by UNESCO.
The entire area extends over 11,231 hectares between the Gulf of Naples and the Gulf of Salerno, comprising 16 splendid communes inside the Province of Salerno: Amalfi, Atrani, Cava de' Tirreni, Cetara, Conca dei Marini, Furore, Maiori, Minori, Positano, Praiano, Raito, Ravello, Sant'Egidio del Monte Albino, Scala, Tramonti, and Vietri sul Mare.

The crags and grottoes of Capri have been dazzling visitors since the Ancient Greeks first settled the island. It’s easy to understand why artists and writers have been immortalizing Capri’s beauty and history for centuries. Climb aboard a wooden boat to tour the Grotto Azzurra, a cave filled with spectacularly blue water. Savor some gelato while you stroll around the harbours of Marina Piccola or Marina Grande, an ancient Roman fishing port. No visit to Capri is complete without at least a few hours spent on the surrounding Mediterranean, as taking to the turquoise waters is the only way to explore its dramatic coastline, dotted with tiny coves and breathtaking grottoes. Each day, organized group tours leave from Marina Grande, offering a tour of the island by sea lasting an hour or two (the perfect solution for daytrippers), or you can hire a private boat, with or without a skipper.

The Royal Palace at Caserta and its park, inserted as one of the 50 Italian UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1997, are treasures of truly incomparable splendor.
Commissioned by Charles III of Bourbon in the 1700s, Luigi Vanvitelli planned this palace, a triumph of the Italian Baroque and one of the most famous and important works by the Neapolitan architect. Everyday visitors are left enchanted by the beauty of its interiors and by the magnificence of its exterior. Highly-curated and pronounced in the details and design of its four monumental courtyards, the Palace is set amidst a beautiful park that today is the destination of thousands upon thousands of tourists.
The sumptuous palace is an ideal and harmonious fusion of two other royal residences: the Royal Palace at Versailles and the Escorial Palace in Madrid.
The entire structure is crowned by a very wide central dome. Those who see its inside are almost always astonished by its continuous succession of stuccoes, reliefs, frescoes, sulptures, flooring and inlays. Those embellishments that stand out the most are located in the Sala di Astrea, Sala di Marte and Sala del Trono; the Sala del Trono, in fact, is the largest of the interior royal apartments – it was used for the reception and accommodation of important personalities of the day.
The most scenographic setting in the Palace is probably where the atrium, the grand Royal Staircase and the chapel meet.

The ancient city of POMPEII in Campania is the most visited archaeological site in the world thanks to the well-preserved ruins of the city buried by the volcanic eruption in 79 AD He caused his tragic end. Become Unesco in 1997 has always been a place of great charm for those who want to learn about daily life in ancient times.
The earthquakes that preceded the eruption is not suspicious that the Pompeians were still occupied in the restoration of buildings affected by the strong earthquake of 17 years before. Pompei, together with the neighboring towns of Stabia, Herculaneum and Oplontis offers visitors a striking contemporary and unparalleled experience. Walking through the streets and alleys, looking out in the various houses and workshops, visit the temples and spas than 2000 years ago in an area of ​​over 66 hectares ... you can only do in Pompeii.

Herculaneum, which legend says was founded by Hercules, we know less because of the depth at which it was buried although its buildings are better preserved. The Baths, the College of Priests of Augustus, a theater, are almost intact. As well as the House of the Bicentennial and the House of the Deer, which have large courtyards and richly decorated. Herculaneum was a rich trading city and its stores have resisted the destruction even the jars and jars with which veninvano transported foodstuffs.

Located about 50 kilometers south of Salerno in the fertile plain of the Sele. The visit of Paestum merges in a day archaeological and landscape. The visit includes both the excavations that the museum and can be combined with a visit of the "Cathedral" of St. Matthew in Salerno; the excavations of "Velia" to a visit to a typical farm specializes in raising buffalo (with the possibility of tasting the famous "real" mozzarella di bufala).