Centro Storico di Sant'Agata de' Goti

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Centro Storico di Sant'Agata de' Goti

Centro Storico di Sant'Agata de' Goti
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Gauri D
Varanasi, India2 contributions
Real Italy
Aug. 2018 • Solo
This town is a hidden beauty in Campania. It’s close to very famous places like Capri, Procida, Naples, but it’s not in the turistic iteniry. I love the fact that it’s authentic Italian, with old people sitting and playing cards, to families with little kids, and so cheep! I spent few nights here and went around with the car to visit Naples and Procida and Positano. But it was nice to be back here at night. Lovely also on Sunday, all shops are open and there is a big vegetable market with local products which are amazing
Written 26 August 2018
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alexG8323WG
Rome, Italy1 contribution
Quaint, Quiet Town Tucked Away in Campania
Apr. 2018 • Solo
If you're passing through the region of Campania, I recommend spending some time in Sant'Agata de'Goti. The town is the perfect place to stop for a coffee and afternoon passeggiata through the historic center, which features structures that date back to the 10th century, along with beautiful views of the surrounding hills. Ideally, I would recommend arriving in the afternoon, and staying for dinner at one of the local restaurants (Mirò Ristobar is my favorite). If you have the time, find an apartment to stay for the night – I always do, as it's a great place to catch up on reading, writing and rest.
Written 31 May 2018
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DayTrip567970
99 contributions
Beautiful Italian village
Dec. 2017 • Couples
I saw a documentary about this village and I immediately fell in love. It is located over a hill. You can reach it by car from the airport of Naples or from the city centre in 40 minutes. Leave the car in one of the parking places at the entrance of the village and forget about it. Beautiful pedestrian city centre. A lot of atmosphere. You will feel immediately relaxed and away from stress.
Written 29 January 2018
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swtraveler15
Springfield, MA1,552 contributions
Oozing with charm!
Jan. 2018 • Couples
While Sant'Agata de' Goti is most famous for the side view of the town from the bridge, we found the entire little town to be oozing with charm. It was a wonderful step back in time to wander the old streets and taking in an authentic piece of Italy history. We were able to park easily outside the main portion of the town, found a lovely place for lunch and then wandered around the town for a couple of hours. Since it was New Years Day, we pretty much had the town to ourselves so we would advise visiting off season to experience the charm as much as possible. Definitely a must see!!
Written 14 January 2018
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Pizzaexplorer
Kauai, HI585 contributions
A neat little village, lots of history
Sep. 2017 • Couples
Not your average tourist city, all the doors are made here because it's the medieval city that has much history to it. It's built into the side of a cliff and the bridge over to the old city is pretty fantastic to view. A lot of nice restaurants little squares and churches to visit. It's a nice half a day/they visit. I would recommend going if I was in the near area.
Written 11 September 2017
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Rodders_T
Storrington, UK84 contributions
Claudio & Andrea at Santa Agata
Jun. 2017 • Couples
We visited Sant Agata which seemed to be a roman village built into the side of a giant cliff. Architecturally it was superb and all still standing. Walking into the village via a viaduct you saw the lot, no more interesting bits except for the churches which unfortunately does not interest me, seen one, the rest are the same. Oh yes, our tour guide was Claudio and his dog Andrea, Claudio hardly spoke English so a lot of time was wasted in translation. I recommend you bypass this excursion.
Written 18 August 2017
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msmaus
Owings, MD22 contributions
Lovely town
May 2017
You must take the time to wander around the old town. It is very quaint. Park just outside the main town in parking lot. Easy to stroll around.
Written 15 May 2017
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matteo p
Ioannina, Greece7 contributions
Medieval city centre
Mar. 2017 • Friends
Wonderful place,so clean and tidy.Very friendly people,a nice place to spend a day or two.It's like a jump in other times...
Written 13 March 2017
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Jocat1944
Bridgeport ct279 contributions
A wonderful ancient city
Sep. 2016
This small city is worth a visit if you are in Campagnia area of Italy-It has many little interesting shops-Very old buildings and lots of great restaurants
Written 17 October 2016
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Cocciolino2015
Perugia, Italy447 contributions
Church of San Menna
Feb. 2015 • Friends
This small church that was the chapel of the castle built by Count Roberto the Norman between 1102 and 1107 is a small jewel. It is divided into 3 naves with a double series of 5 columns and has a pavement of mosaics that echo paleochristian churches of the VI to VII centuries. Absolutely breathtaking to see such a unique building still standing and used for its original function after 900 years.
Written 20 January 2016
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