Albergo Fiorenza

Address: Via Trento 145, Salerno, Campania, 84131, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Trento 145, Salerno, is near Coast Road and Due Fratelli.
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    Travel Blogs from Salerno

    Off to Pompeii

    A travel blog entry by askonsulting on May 29, 2015

    7 photos

    Salerno is a port situated on the west coast of Italy half way between Rome and Sicily. It was a Roman colony in or about 197 BC.

    We had a big day and had a tour booked which was taking us to Pompeii and Sorrento.

    We headed off early and then were bussed to Sorrento where we had some morning tea and then had an hour or so too look around. There is an amazing amp theatre there which is ...

    Saturday June 7th Caserta & Saint'Agata dei Go

    A travel blog entry by mortimer-travel on Jun 07, 2014

    15 photos

    ... They use much thinner Lasagne sheets so you have more of the Tomato and Meat sauce - again yummy.

    Vesuvius and Pompeii below - No eruptions today. It is still an active volcano so one day......

    The Royal Palace of Caserta - Rather large and this was before we saw the 'back garden'!
    - The ...

    Naples to Brandizi port for Ferry to Greece

    A travel blog entry by jenny-peter-g on May 21, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    Started the day with a tour of Pompey. The local guide was extremely valuable in pointing out some of the main highlights, as the excavation is huge. The city of Pompey had a population of 20,000 people. It wasn't until something like 1870 that the buried city was found because it was known to be a sea port, so people were looking near the current sea coast. The area that is now the ruins was covered in vineyards, and it was only when a farmer was digging that ...

    Huge lemons, herbal teas and sea urchin spaghetti

    A travel blog entry by hannahgriffiths on Apr 27, 2014

    12 photos

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    On Friday the weather was beautiful so I took a boat to Amalfi. I had heard from friends, family and work friends that it was a beautiful place and it really was lovely. I visited the stunning cathedral and walked the windy cobbled streets filled with shops selling limoncello and the biggest lemons I have ever seen. Amalfi is famous for its large sweet lemons which have no pips. I also tried a connolo from a pasticceria which was a delicious pastry ...

    Things I've Learned While Traveling in Italy

    A travel blog entry by rdumler on Oct 08, 2013

    1 photo

    ... small portions. 8.). You can purchase even good "rosso" wine for as little as a Euro - for 750 ml! Who says man cannot live by, red wine, alone! 9.) Next to your GPS, a translator program on your computer or phone may be very helpful. However, even a good old Italian- English dictionary comes in handy. I wish I had French. A lot of Italians can understand and speak it. Italians also assume that because we are from Canada, we can speak French! ...