Il Vesuvio
Vesuvius has erupted many times, most famously in 79 AD which covered Pompeii, Herculaneum, Oplontis and Stabia. It is active and is considered one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world. The Vesuvius area has been declared a national park. Access to the top is only on foot. I recommend combining it with a guided tour of Pompeii or Herculaneum. Recommended duration 3 hours.
Galleria Umberto
It's a shopping arcade built between 1887 and 1891 in Italian Art Nouveau style, with evident Parisian inspiration. It was supposed to combine businesses, shops, cafes and public spaces of social life with private spaces, with apartments on the third floor. In the past it was one of the meeting points of Neapolitan intellectuals and artists. Recommended duration 4 hours
Il Cimitero delle Fontanelle
The origins date back to the 16th century when Naples was hit by disastrous epidemics that caused a huge number of deaths. There was not enough space for the corpses in the churches so it was decided to put them in old abandoned caves like the Fontanelle Cemetery. Devotees visit the skulls, clean them. They practically adopted them. Average duration 4 hours.
San Martino
Naples from above. A sea of ​​houses, streets, streets, stairs, churches and bells with the sea and Vesuvius seen from the hill of San Martino, located in the upper part of the city. A walk along the "scenic and picturesque Pedamentina", through stairs that connect the lower and upper parts of the city. Average duration 4 hours.
Teatro San Carlo
Stendhal said: "There is nothing in all of Europe, I will not say comparable to this theater, but which gives the slightest idea of ​​what it is like..., dazzles the eyes, kidnaps the soul...". The San Carlo is the oldest continuously active opera theater in Europe. It was inaugurated in 1737 and hosts 2000 seats.
Average duration 4 hours.
The city of Paestum was a Greek colony founded towards the end of the 7th century. The archaeological site is located in the province of Salerno. The three temples of Paestum are very well preserved and represent an important Greek testimony of the Greek colonists in Campania. I also recommend visiting Salerno. Average duration 8 hours.
Valle delle Ferriere
The Valle delle Ferriere is a protected natural area in Campania in the province of Salerno. The trek towards the Valle delle Ferriere is moderately difficult, with a duration of about 3 hours and a height difference of 500 meters downhill and 250 uphill. It is also possible to see the ruins of the paper mills in the 12th century. Average duration 8 hours.
Sant'Agata de' Goti
It is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. The cellars that produce excellent wines are splendid. It stands on a tuff rock between two rivers that formed the deepest valleys. It is possible to combine with the visit of Benevento. Average duration 2 hours.
Chiesa di Santa Sofia
The church of Hagia Sophia is a building of exceptional interest for early medieval Europe. It was founded by the Lombard Duke Arechi II around 760 in Benevento, which was the center of Lombard power in southern Italy. It has a core consisting of a hexagon at the vertices of which are located six large columns. The Structure creates games of perspectives

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