Articles: "Destinations" for tag: "Campania"
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Here, at Naviquan.com, we travel a lot, and boutique hotels are our favorites. As a result, we've seen quite a few of them. But I have to admit that il Cannito was a pleasant surprise. Not only our staying there turned out to have exceeded expectations by all traditional criteria regarding hotel accommodations (value, location, rooms, cleanliness, service), but our experience was enriched also by an unexpected personal touch which made several days we spent at il Cannito especially gratifying and memorable.
Nov. 19, 2011
I bet even those who frequently travel to Amalfi Coast, may have never heard about Castellabate, a medieval town in the National Park of Cilento and Vallo di Diano in the province of Salerno. It is located 56 miles (91 km) from the town of Amalfi (less than 2-hour drive). More important however, is that although the town of Castellabate is not on the coast, it is still famous as a sea town thanks to the villages of Santa Maria di Castellabate, San Marco di Castellabate and Ogliastro Marina. This page should give you an idea what is Santa Maria di Castellabate - the largest and the closest to Castellabate village.
Oct. 17, 2011
This photo gallery taken during a day trip visit to Castellabate (Campania, Italy) complements our travel idea Castellabate (Campania, Italy) where you can find more information regarding the area itself, directions, accommodations, activities and useful tips for visitors. Here, we would like to show how the old town of Castellabate looks like and why it is so charming.
Oct. 13, 2011
Often, if a person stayed in a hotel you are interested in and you want to know this person's opinion about it, you ask a simple but wise question: Would you stay in this hotel again? If you ask me this question about Santa Caterina Hotel (Amalfi, Italy), I will say "It depends." Let's find out why I am so uncertain about staying in a hotel of this caliber and reputation.
Oct. 5, 2011
Having published in our Travel Ideas section an article about Paestum (Italy), we thought it would be a good idea to compliment it with a photo gallery to provide better idea what travelers can expect to see and learn. This is the second part of such gallery; it is dedicated to the National (Paestum) Archeological Museum. The Museum has on display numerous artifacts recovered and excavated in the main archeological site. The first part of the gallery is about the Paestum's central excavation area (scavi).
Oct. 3, 2011
Having published in our Travel Ideas section an article about Paestum (Italy), we thought it would be a good idea to compliment it with a photo gallery to provide better idea what travelers can expect to see and learn. This is the first part of such gallery; it is dedicated to the Paestum central excavation area (scavi). The second part of the gallery is about the National (Paestum) Archeological Museum. The Museum has on display numerous artifacts recovered and excavated in the main archeological site.
Oct. 3, 2011
With the exception of Amalfi's cozy cityscape, there are few things to see in this small town albeit a former capital of the medieval maritime independent republic. However, it is difficult to miss its Cathedral (Cattedrale di Sant'Andrea) or simply Duomo, a church and a gem of Arab-Norman Romanesque architectural style built in Amalfi in 13th century.
Sept. 26, 2011
Amalfi (Italy) is a small town; today, it is an important tourist destination on coast on which it is located, named Costiera Amalfitana. However, the town of Amalfi was also the capital of the maritime republic known as the Duchy of Amalfi, an important trading power in the Mediterranean between 839 and around 1200. Thanks to the initiative and efforts of the municipality of Amalfi and the Center for History and Culture Coast, with the collaboration of Regione Campania as well as authorities of Salerno and Avellino, tourists and locals alike have now a place where they can learn more about the town's extraordinary medieval history.
Sept. 23, 2011