Crowned by Mount Vesuvius, dedicated to Hercules, he sought fertility and prosperity to the region, until its eruption in 79 a.c, destroying Pompeii, Herculaneum, and the Bay of Naples in the 79 a.c.Hoy in day remains a recusos, fertile area and an important point for the tourism of the country. The wines of the area include: Falanghina, Salice salentino and Lacryma Christi. Their pastas are omnipresent in the gastronomy of the zone, abounds the consumption of fish and seafood is rare, the canned tomato, the use of the Buffalo mozzarella and ricotta in his dishes, pizza Marinara and Margherita. Let’s begin our tour of Naples: a city lively, noisy and full of surprises. The Plaza of the plebiscite constitutes one of the most typical of the city, with the Royal Palace and the imposing church of San Francisco of Pula, inspired by the Pantheon in Rome. Enjoy from the Cafe Gambrino, near the Royal Palace, from the perspective of the plaza. The Umberto Gallery of glazed roofs is the paradise of the purchases, accompanied by an ice cream.

At the Teatro San Carlos will recreate the opulence and glamor of a night at the opera in the 18th century Visit the new Castle and Castle of the egg, one of the oldest buildings in the city. Scroll through the Paseo Maritimo and accompanied by a soft drink enjoy the panoramic view of the Gulf from the hills of Posillipo. Don’t leave without going to the Pizzeria Trianon (Via Pietro Colletta), in the Center. The province of Salerno is contoured by Plains and hills, upholstered of olive trees and vineyards, and a long line of cliffs, that contain to the Tyrrhenian Sea. A good example of beauty and natural heritage of the region is the National Park of the Cilento and Diano Valley. The city stands the Cathedral of St. Matthew of arabe-normando style, over a Romanesque structure.

Lugomare Trieste promenade runs parallel to the coast and allows both visitors and locals, relax in the serenity of the sea. The old town is situated between Via dei Canali and the Via delle Botteghelle, dominated by the Lombard Castle. Some of the local dishes are: tiella with sardines, impepata di cozze, mussels casserole with pepper and anchovies ammollicate. Sorrento stands on cliffs steep, alternated by beautiful beaches, where you can admire the Gulf of Naples and Mount Vesuvius. Noteworthy are the lemons of the area, which prepares a liqueur called Limoncello. The heart of the city centre is Via San Cesareo, a conglomeration of shops, cafes and restaurants for all tastes. If you are looking for quietness approaching the cloister of the Church of San Francisco. The historic core concentrates many secular buildings interesting as the Vebiero Palace, houses and villas. The area of the port, Marina Grande, yesteryear was the only access to the city, sealed by large gangway.