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Campania Vacation Packages & Tours

Campania, stretching down Italy’s southern coast, is home to some of the country’s most popular spots, including the Amalfi Coast with its towns that seem to be carved right into the cliffs, the glamourous Isle of Capri, Naples, Mount Vesuvius, and Pompeii. With a consistently mild climate that makes it enjoyable to visit year-round, unspoiled villages, ancient history, and epic cuisine, it’s a region that sums up centuries of cultures, an alluring place for the eyes, the soul, and the palate. Most people don’t realize just how big Campania is. Divided up into five provinces, Naples is the capital city and the birthplace of pizza while Benevento is known for its natural springs and Caserta is famous for its royal palace, situated at the base of the Apennines. Head to Avellino if you enjoy Nutella as it produces a third of the country’s hazelnuts, while Salerno boasts spectacular coastlines, national parks, and pastel seaside towns.

Campania Trip Inspiration

Get inspired with our Campania example trips and then get in touch to plan your own adventure

  • Luxury Italy

    Rome - Sorrento - Florence - Venice

    11 Nights
    From $10,650 pp
    This luxurious trip will bring you to Rome, Amalfi, Florence, and Venice over 12 days and 11 nights, covering many highlights in each with expert local guides. Begin in Rome by exploring Ancient Rome and the Vatican City where you’ll step into the Sistine Chapel to marvel at Michelangelo’s frescos and explore a wealth of intriguing museums. Head to the Amalfi Coast to soak up some of the world’s most breathtaking scenery and make a stop in Naples to enjoy pizza where it was invented. Discover some of the most world-renowned works of art and architecture in Florence, concluding with a sailing excursion in Venice.
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Best hotels in Campania

The Best Hotels in Campania

Before choosing the best hotel or other type of accommodation for your visit to Campania, you’ll want to consider where to stay. This region offers many different options, from the towns along the Amalfi Coast to Naples, islands in the Gulf of Naples, and beyond. If money isn’t a concern and you’re looking to splurge, the Isle of Capri may be ideal but for those seeking something more affordable, Ischia Island is a great alternative. With the Amalfi Coast particularly pricey, staying just outside in Sorrento may be a good option. Sightseers and history enthusiasts are likely to find Naples preferable, with a wide range of attractions that can be enjoyed within a short walk of your hotel. It’s also a great base for exploring other areas with a variety of public transport options that make day trips to the islands and places like pretty Positano within easy reach.

Best Things To Do in Campania Region

There is plenty of things to do in Campania, but for the first-time visitor, there are some absolute musts.

Best time to visit Campania

Best Time to Visit Campania

With Campania’s mild Mediterranean climate, it’s an enjoyable destination all year round, with a reason to visit in every season. The best time to visit depends on where you plan to go and what you plan to do. If you want to avoid the biggest crowds while enjoying pleasant weather that typically ranges from the mid-60s to mid-70s, visit Campania in April, May, September, or October. To enjoy the beaches and comfortable swimming without the crowds, you’ll want to visit around late May/early June or mid-September through early October. If you don’t mind bundling up a bit and preparing for some wet weather, you can avoid standing in long lines and enjoy a more budget-friendly trip between November and March. Keep in mind that many businesses in towns along the Amalfi Coast will shutter for the season, but you’ll find plenty to do in Naples, especially around the Christmas and New Year’s holidays.


Campania Vacations FAQs

What are family-friend activities in Campania?

If you’re looking for things to do with children in Campania, we’ve got you covered. Families can enjoy Pompeii tours, Amalfi boat trips, Naples’ zoos, and beach days along the coast. Be sure to check out the best time to visit Campania to make the most of the region.

What is local cuisine like in Campania?

Campania is renowned for its Neapolitan pizza, pasta dishes, fresh seafood, and delectable pastries like sfogliatella and babà. Not to mention Sorrento’s limoncello. Be sure to check out our guide on things to do in Campania, which includes trying its local delicacies.


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