Lungomare di Salerno

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Lungomare Salerno
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Salerno’s seafront stands as a testament to the breathtaking coastal beauty of Italy, offering an unparalleled vista of the stunning Amalfi Coast. Renowned as one of the country’s most enchanting promenades, it provides a captivating backdrop for leisurely strolls amidst lush green gardens and palm trees, all within easy reach of the bustling city center.

This picturesque seafront plays a pivotal role as one of the three parallel axes that have shaped the city’s expansion. It seamlessly connects the two boundaries of the old city, stretching from the commercial port to the railway station. Its construction, which commenced in 1920, involved extensive beach transformation and development, primarily aimed at creating a protective barrier against the relentless erosive forces of the waves.

As one ambles along the seafront, heading from the sandy shores of Saint Teresa towards Concordia Square, an impressive array of buildings graces the skyline. These architectural marvels include the Palace of the Province, the Chamber of Commerce, the Palace of Posts and Telecommunications, the Palace of Justice, and a collection of structures serving as offices and residences. Stretching for several kilometers, the seafront features both bathing establishments and free beaches for visitors to revel in.

This vibrant esplanade buzzes with activity, boasting an array of bars and gathering spots, making it an ideal destination for relaxation and a gateway to exploring the historic and commercial heart of the city.

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Visiting Lungomare di Salerno


24 Hours



Address: Lungomare di Salerno, Salerno, SA, Italy
Duration: 20 minutes

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