Naples is listed as a World Heritage site in 1995 with its Historic Centre, the Aragonese walls, noble palaces and universities. To visit the Archaeological Museum and Capodimonte, the Cathedral, the baroque churches of Naples and the Castel dell’Ovo (legend has it that Virgil, hid in the basement of the building an egg whose breakup would lead to instability of the entire structure and a series of misfortunes for the city of Naples). Napoli Sotterranea about forty meters deep during the second world war were used as shelters from bombs.
The archaeological Area of Pompei, Herculaneum and Torre Annunziata, recognized as world heritage sites. The ruins of Pompeii Herculaneum and Oplonti Torre Annunziata are known today worldwide and nearly 2,000 years later, offers visitors the chance to see how it was a city of the time, as the lava has allowed the structure of Pompei to keep down to us.
Paestum has the three best preserved Greek temples in the world: the Temple of Hera, the oldest, the Temple of Neptune, the largest, and the Temple of Ceres, actually dedicated to the goddess Athena. The same atrium of the Salerno Cathedral consists of 27 columns transported directly from the temples of Paestum.
Recognition among the Unesco sites of Campania goes also to Velia, with its quaint town with the pink door.
Salerno, full of palaces and churches of Lombard and Norman with the Museo Didattico della Scuola Medica Salernitana, the provincial art gallery, the Diocesan Museum, the archaeological museum and the Cathedral, which houses the relics of St. Matteo ,the patron saint of the city.
Capri one of Italy’s most beautiful islands d a beautiful sea stacks, the famous Piazzetta and blue cave.