HOTEL IN SALERNO OLD TOWN

GUEST HOUSE ON THE AMALFI COAST

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The hotel, located in Salerno's old town, is a stone's throw from the sea.It is a great alternative to other guest houses on the Amalfi Coast thanks to the various facilities available in-house, such as a restaurant/pizzeria open for lunch and dinner every day.

Our hotel on the coast lies close to the city's cathedral, which is not just an artistic marvel but also an important historic site: in its crypt lie the relics of one of the twelve apostles of Christ, St Matthew.The bed & breakfast is located opposite Salerno town hall, near the Teatro Verdi and the Teatro Augusteo, and above all in the heart of the Via dei Mercanti, which remains one of the most important streets for business and shopping in Salerno and the surrounding area.

Getting to the hotel is very simple: for those coming from the Naples - Salerno (A1) motorway, the exit is "Vietri sul Mare".Just continue along the coastal road towards Salerno (around 2 km) and head towards the port area/Piazza della Libertà.You will find paid parking by the square.
Those taking the Caserta – Rome motorway (A30 Avellino-Salerno) should exit at Salerno and head towards the city centre, the port and then Piazza della Libertà.

You can also reach the hotel by train, which brings you to Salerno train station.From Piazza Vittorio Veneto, you can continue your journey:

  • By city bus: the stop is called "Comune di Salerno".
  • On foot: facing away from the station, turn right: walk for around 1 km straight down Corso Vittorio Emanuele and then Via dei Mercanti (about 15 minutes).

Finally, tourists flying in to Naples Capodichino can take scheduled coach services from the airport to the terminal in Piazza Municipio.About 500 metres from the square, you will find the bus terminal where you can catch a coach to Salerno via the motorway (timetable: every 15 minutes in the morning until 10 am, then every hour).Get off at Piazza San Francesco.Take a taxi the rest of the way bycalling +3989757575, or continue on foot (about 20 minutes).

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