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Exploring Historical, Artistic and Natural Trails

Exploring Historical, Artistic and Natural Trails

Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 October 2023, the unmissable event will happen with a brand new edition, particularly the twelfth, of FAI Autumn Days in Naples and Campania with many places to find and visit.

Specifically, this system is actually wealthy and features a series of incredible routes through history, art, and nature. A singular opportunity for everybody to find places which are normally inaccessible, similar to palaces, historical complexes, or areas which are still little known similar to small villages, museums, and way more.

Within the 5 provinces of Campania, all guests can be taken on fascinating and history-rich journeys by FAI storytellers and volunteers, university students, and Ciceroni apprentices.

The Open Places in Naples

The open places in Naples:

  • Tenuta Pino dei Monaci, Anacapri Naples
  • Stabiese Bank, Castellammare Naples
  • Military cordage production plant for defense industry agencies, Castellammare di Stabia, Naples
  • Bay of Ieranto, Massa Lubrense Naples
  • Rural landscape and ancient seeds Cimitile Naples
  • Real Albergo dei Poveri
  • Chapel of Santa Lucia Vico Equense Naples

The Open Places in Caserta

  • Church of the Souls of Purgatory, Aversa
  • Church of San Domenico, Aversa
  • Castle of Charles V
  • Church of San Rocco
  • Church of the SS Annunziata

The Open Places in Benevento

  • Fortress of the Rectors
  • Chamber of Commerce
  • Magician’s Garden, Hagia Sophia Complex

The Open Places in Salerno

  • Provincial library
  • Paestum Archaeological Park
  • Palazzo Santa Maria

The Open Places in Avellino

  • Village of Bagnoli Irpino
  • Village of Montemarano

The entire list of openings, times, and methods of participation is accessible on the official website Fai Days.

Contacts and Information

FAI Days official website


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