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CAMPANIA tourist attractions

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The campaign is located in southern Italy, on the Tyrrhenian Sea. According to many reviews, this is where the most beautiful fragment of the Italian coast is located. The region also has the famous archaeological sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum, and Naples is the capital frequented by tourists.

The coast of Campania is full of small coves, small, secluded beaches, and a short distance from it rise from the sea of the island. The most famous of them is synonymous with luxury Capri, with the famous Cote d'Azur and built-up villas and guesthouses Ischia.

The region's most famous resort is Amalfi, and Sorrento and Salerno are no worse. Positano enjoys the well-deserved fame of one of the most beautiful Italian towns, situated on a steep bank, with buildings falling straight towards the beach.

The capital of the Naples region is a city with a long history and diverse architecture. The Gothic churches are adjacent to the Renaissance and Baroque palaces as well as Classicist and eclectic arcades, public buildings. The city impresses with an atmosphere of light clutter and slack, and a delicious pizza.

Near Naples there is the Vesuvius volcano, whose slopes can be reached by car or on foot. There are beautiful views from here. At the foot of the volcano, you can admire one of the most famous archaeological sites of the world, Pompeii, as well as Herculaneum and the well-preserved Villa Oplontis.

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