Salerno, is in the middle between the Sorrento peninsula and the plain of the Sele. Like all the cities of Campania, Salerno also offers a lot of monuments and interesting cultural sites. One of the best places that characterize Salerno is the Salernitana Medical School, recognised as the oldest University of Medicine in the World. Its Botanical Garden (or Garden of Minerva) is still rich of medicinal herbs and is a real treat for tourists and local people.
The region of Campania can be described as an amazing combination of history and little wonders. There are many ancient villages full of art, culture and tradition, expression of an intense architecture.
Let’s start from Cilento!
The Amalfi Coast, also declared World Heritage Site by the Unesco, is a place on the Tyrrhenian Sea and seems to be suspended between the sky and the sea, rich in vibrant colors and shades that are creating an unique and evocative landscape.
It is characterized by 13 small villages organised in a “vertical” landscape, consisting of stairs, lanes and narrow streets, promontories, coves and fjords interrupted by beaches and cliffs that create a line between the mountain and the sea.