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Naples is a living lesson in contrasts- it is historic, musical, and energetic, and chaotic, gritty, and noisy at the same time.
The history of Avellino, a town in the Campania region, has its origins in the ancient Abellinum.
Benevento is a beautiful city set in a verdant environment and surrounded by the Campanian Apennines, between the rivers Sabato and Calore.
The city of Caserta is synonymous with the royal palace that is situated there, an opulent estate that matched the splendor of Versailles.
Salerno is often overlooked but it's a lively city and a crucial crossroads.
Battipaglia is a modern city at the crossroads between Salerno and the Cilento Coast.
Giffoni Sei Casale and its sister hamlet of Sieti are cuddled in the hills above Salerno.
This cute, compact town is tucked into the hills northeast of Salerno.
Located south-east of Salerno, Pontecagnano Faiano is actually a conglomeration of a few towns under one municipal umbrella.
Pozzuoli's popularity nowadays is thanks to the renowned restaurants and fish market, and its port that offers ferry service around the Bay of Naples.
The hill town of San Cipriano Picentino is in a lovely spot in the rolling hills above Salerno.
The first sight of Sant'Agata de' Goti makes a magical impression.
Cava de' Tirreni is a fascinating town, steeped in history, today counting 50 thousands inhabitants and more than twenty districts that make it known as the "stellar city".
The wild, inland area of Campania is called Irpinia, a district of woods and ancient traditions that offers a glimpse of Italy outside the normal tourist sights.
Whoever is fond of sea, myth, history and nature will find Bacoli a great destination.
Castel Volturno is north of Naples, a seaside city that means "castle on the River Volturno".
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