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Free walking tour of Salerno " La Dolce Vita "
My name is Natascha and I'm German. 6 years ago I moved from Munich (Bavaria) to Salerno. I planned to stay in Italy just for 6 months to study the Italian language and to discover the most beautiful places in Italy. In the end, I decided to live in my favorite city, Salerno. Living near the sea, with excellent food, la" Dolce Vita", and the amazing view of the Amalfi Coast it makes me happy. Salerno is a city of thousand faces that will charm you at any time of year. What are you waiting for to discover more? With great pleasure I want to share my joy for this country with you. I speak German, Italien and English. See you soon :-) Natascha
Hello Travellers, what to see in Salerno?
A city waiting to be discovered, located about 60 km south of Naples, Salerno is often unjustly considered a gateway to the Amalfi Coast. In reality, Salerno has a lot to offer, from a medieval city centre that takes you back to its ancient and prestigious origins, to a seafront with modern and avant-garde architecture.
I offer an easy walking tour of Salerno. There are a lot of tight, narrow lanes and romantic places. This is not the usual history tour, it is a tour to help you get a great first impression of this wonderful city and to show you some nice places to go during your stay in Salerno.
Of course, we will also pass by the important local landmarks:
- Lungomare (waterfront) di Salerno
- Teatro Municipale (Teatro Verdi)
- Villa Comunale
- Old City Center of Salerno, (Via Mercanti)
- Rione Fornelle
- Church of St. George
- Salerno Cathedral
- Acquedotto Medievale
- Piazza Flavio Gioia
- The local street market
On the way we will enjoy discovering the best places in Salerno, I will give you information on where to find the most beautiful beaches, the easiest way to reach the Amalfi Coast, and what you can discover there.
Besides, I will suggest some non-touristy places where locals go for dinner, like family-owned restaurants, where to find the local street market and an area with amazing street art featuring the poetry of an important local writer.
I can't wait to share with you the experiences which I have collected during the time I have been living in Italy.
See you soon :-)
Meeting point:Lungomare Trieste, 84121 Salerno SA, ...Lungomare Trieste, 84121 Salerno SA, Italy
Meeting Point : Kiosk( Cafe ) of the Beach Santa Teresa with my blue and white striped Sun-Hat. If you come from the Train-Station of Salerno it's a 20-minute walk along the " Lungomare" or you take the bus from the Station" Garibaldi Barrella" Number 009 (Siano) or Number 004 (Pompei). Then you get out " Roma Municipio" and you will already see the Kiosk of the Beach Santa Teresa. If you come from Stazione Marittima ( Port for Cruise-Ships) it's a 5-minute walk.
How much does this tour cost?
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).