Amalfi, the oldest of the Maritime Republics, where you can get lost in the alleys to discover the small white houses of mediterranean architecture built one close to the other. Today it is famous for its majestic Cathedral, the ancient Arsenals and the Paper Museum.
Ravello, its Cathedral and its Villas, the historic Villa Rufolo where the famous musician Richard Wagner imagined Klingsor 's Garden in the second act of Parsifal. Every year, its gardens host the popular Ravello Festival. The suggestive Villa Cimbrone with its incredible sea view on the Amalfi Coast.
Positano with its colorful houses and its alleys where you can get lost among the typical fashion and ceramics shops.
Capri, its wonderful Piazzetta, the Faraglioni and the magical atmosphere that only this island can offer.
Just few kilometers away, you can find the archaeological sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum, the Vesuvius of Naples and the Reggia di Caserta.