Southern Italy is a charming area featuring Basilicata, Calabria, Molise, Campania and Puglia. Backpackers looking for a unique excursion are very likely to discover in this part of Europe a fantastic destination. Let’s say then a bit about Campania region for an aternate trip to the South of Italy!
Trip of South Italy from Naples
Naples is steeped in traditions and history. The imposing renaissance and baroque architecture of the city is something that backpackers can’t fail to marvel at!
The rich and tumultuous history of the city is well represented from the castles and palaces that travelers can admire mostly for free.
Castel Nuovo and Castel dell’Ovo are the centerpiece of the town’s attractions and are a brief walk away from the biggest concentration of Naples hostels.
The Naples Archaeological Museum treasures the ancient town’s ruins, while Capodimonte Museum provides any art enthusiast an unparalleled chance to see works of art by Raffaello, Caravaggio e Tiziano.
Naples is a mix of incredible spots, especially easy to find through the streets of Centro Storico and along Spaccanapoli.
Traveling among Amalfi Coast villages
Travelers cannot miss the chance of walking on Mount Vesuvius Volcano, while people likely to have a taste of local life can relax in the pubs of Piazza Bellini, sampling spaghetti and the wines the area is famous for.
Remaining at any of the Sorrento hostels will provide you choice and a diverse experience of the town. From there the travelers can reach the other Amalfi Coast towns and villages, Positano for example, perched on the edge of the hills.
The shores in Positano are places for water sports fans. They’re also perfect places for fishing enthusiasts and for those who love sailing.
If you have a short amount of time on disposal it may be preferable to have a tour of Amalfi Coast to be sure of not missing anything!