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Salerno wheelchair accessible tours, was known for a long time only as the gateway to the Amalfi Coast.
Recently has experienced impressive tourist growth in recent years.
Every year about 1 million tourists together with the new tourist port with cruise ships have made Salerno known outside the borders of Naples region.
It has a magnificent Cathedral and a practically intact medieval historic center.
A panoramic promenade and extraordinary cuisine.
In short, there are many reasons to visit Salerno.
But Salerno is much more: it is history, sea and unspoiled nature.
Lying on the Campania coast overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea and protected by the Apennines, Salerno is a treasure trove of secrets to be discovered absolutely in one day.
The city is located in an enviable position and is the glue of two wonderful areas: the Amalfi Coast and Cilento.
Believe us when we tell you that it is worth a visit and not just for the famous festival of lights during Christmas.
It is full of history and charm.
Salerno experienced its most flourishing period during the Longobard domination.
It becoming the capital of the Principality of Salerno, a territory that included a large part of the Italian continental South.
Just immerse yourself for a few minutes in the narrow streets and alleys of the historic center to see remarkable and important monuments that trace its history from its foundation by the Romans II century BC up to the XI century.
Salerno Wheelchair Accessible Tours
Accessible Italian Holiday provide a safe and a full Salerno wheelchair accessible tours accessible tours around it at previewed itineraries.
Visit this rich and fascinating archeological site with a specialist tourist guide.
Adapted van transportation specifically designed for disabled tourists traveling on holiday to Italy.
Your visit to the city can only start from the highest point, from the top of the Arechi Castle.
Is an ancient medieval stone fortress from which you can admire a breathtaking view of the Gulf of Salerno and, on clear days, of Calabria.
The Castle has housed the Medieval Museum which preserves the remains of the manor found during the excavation campaigns.
The Cathedral of Salerno, or Cathedral of San Matthew, is dedicated to Santa Maria degli Angeli and to the Apostle Matthew.
Built on an early Christian church which in turn stood on the ruins of a Roman temple.
Over the years it underwent several extensions up to the current structure.
A large atrium surrounded by arcades and columns that precedes the access to the Cathedral through a Byzantine bronze door.
Inside, on the other hand, there is a central nave decorated with mosaics and sculptures.
Once in Via Roma all kinds of places await travelers who can choose between elegant restaurants or informal places.
Traditional or modern cuisine, between scialatielli with seafood and sashimi.
On the other hand, those who want a quick and cheap meal can also think about stopping to taste typical specialties at stands and outdoor kiosks.
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