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Highlights in Salerno
- Big harbour and beautiful old town
- History in the Museo Archeologico Proviciale
- Cinema Theatre Augustus at the Palazzo di Città
- Blue fish with buffalo mozzarella
- Wines from the regions Castel San Lorenzo and Cilento
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Vacation rentals in Salerno
Salerno offers you some holiday apartments in the historical centre, which stretches along the coast and the harbour. The beaches are also within easy reach from the centrally located apartment. As a vacation rental you can rent a town villa close to the city centre restaurants or a rustic country house where you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the sea and the coast.
Holiday in Salerno
Location and orientation
The town of Salerno is located in the Campania region of Italy. It is the capital of the province of the same name and is located in a bay of the Sorrento peninsula, southwest of the Amalfi coast. You can get there via the airport southeast of the city. There is a good rail connection from Rome and Naples. You can also travel by boat from Palermo or Tunis to Salerno.
In Salerno the international film festival "Festival del Cinema di Salerno" takes place every year.
Top 3 travel tips
In the Museo Archeologico Proviciale there are numerous archaeological finds to see, which vividly document the historical development of the region. The exhibits date from the Stone Age to the Roman Age and date back to the Middle Ages. Among them are many reliefs, urns, inscriptions and Roman statues.2. Visit the great palace
The Palazzo di Città is the current official building of the mayor, built in 1936. The total area of the four-storey premises is 5,000 square metres. The lower part of the building houses the Augustus Cinema Theatre, which regularly stages well-known stage shows in the monumental hall for up to 700 people.3. Taste the delicacies of Salerno
In the Salernos dishes, mainly regional ingredients are used, which consist mainly of wheat, vegetables and fish. A speciality is the "blue fish". Buffalo mozzarella with olive oil is often served with it. It is essential to taste the wines that come from the Castel San Lorenzo and Cilento regions and have been awarded the D.O.C. quality mark.