Oodles of charm and a bucketful of history await you at Salerno’s old town. Medieval buildings built on roman ruins and a maze of cobbled streets adds a certain character to the whole place. Surrounded by restaurants and quaint old bars, the Old Town makes for a perfect walking area. Traditionally a trading area, you can still see the remnants of old times in the swarms of window shoppers and shop keepers. There are old bakeries, ceramic shops and vintage clothing stores that are quite peculiar and local.
The sights to see in the old town are:
- Salerno Cathedral
- Provincial Art Gallery
- Dicosean Museum
- Ponte di Diavoli
- Archaeological Museum
How to Reach Old Town Of Salerno
- Nearest bus stop: Croce 12, Napoli 76, De Crescenzo 16, Largo Plebiscito.
- Donna Margherita Pizzeria e Ristorante
- Galleon Pub
- Ristorante Osteria Canali
- Erica 2013 Sas
- Trattoria del Padreterno
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95% of people who visit Salerno include Old Town Of Salerno in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
29.13% of people start their Old Town Of Salerno visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Old Town Of Salerno
88.85% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Old Town Of Salerno
Old Town Of Salerno Reviews & Ratings
I'd like to know the name of the Mayor of Old Town Salerno. i'd like to write a letter of thank you for the wonderful concerts that they have there and the beautiful Christmas tree. (camera hosted by the Hotel there) Thank youAnswer Report Abuse
Vincenzo Napoli is the mayor of Salerno.Report Abuse