Campania

Italy
Campania

Popular cities in Campania

San Francesco di Paola showing a square or plaza, a church or cathedral and night scenes
Naples
Known for Historical, Tours and Museums
Naples is a passionate and flamboyant city where food and family are the cornerstones of life. Resting on Italy’s southern Mediterranean shore, it sits in the shadow of the brooding Mount Vesuvius, its jumble of neighbourhoods sprawling along the Bay of Naples. Italy’s third-largest city is a contradictory and surprising place, where astounding archaeological treasures, cosmopolitan hotels, raucous markets and some of the country’s best restaurants have evolved together.

Reasons to visit

  • Piazza del Plebiscito
  • Port of Naples
  • Royal Palace
Sorrento showing heritage architecture and a coastal town
Sorrento
Known for Dining, Shopping and Tours
The gateway to the impressively beautiful Amalfi Coast, Sorrento is a clifftop highlight on this stretch of coast. Expect delicious food, inspiring views and warm hospitality in this delightful corner of Italy.

Reasons to visit

  • Piazza Tasso
  • Sorrento Lift
  • Deep Valley of the Mills
Capri which includes a coastal town, rugged coastline and swimming
Capri
Known for Islands, Marinas and Beach view
The Mediterranean limestone island of Capri has been visited through the ages by intellectuals, artists and writers charmed by its enchanting beauty. A holiday in Capri is a blend of history, nature, culture and events, which has made it renowned over the years. The island is one of the most famous destinations for international tourism. It measures 10 square km, 4 km in the municipality of Capri and 6 km in the municipality of Anacapri. Easily and quickly reachable by sea from Naples and the Sorrentine Coast, the island is a gateway to beautiful scenery and a cordial atmosphere.

Reasons to visit

  • Marina Grande
  • Villa Castiglione
Salerno showing rocky coastline and a coastal town
Salerno
Known for Historical, Ports and Countryside
A holiday in Salerno is a synthesis of what the Mediterranean can offer to anyone who wants to discover it more closely. 

Reasons to visit

  • Salerno Cathedral
Pompei
Pompei
Known for Historical, Ruins and Gardens
Once home to 20, 000 people, this town was preserved for two millennia by the lava from Mount Vesuvius and now offers a fascinating glimpse into ancient Roman life.

Reasons to visit

  • Pompeii Archaeological Park
Bagnoli Irpino
Bagnoli Irpino
Known for Cross-country skiing
Get away to Bagnoli Irpino! Enjoy the skiing and more.