The conference will be hosted in the historical building of the Diocesan Museum of Salerno located in the heart of Salerno city at Largo Plebiscito, 12.
The Diocesan Museum is undoubtedly the most important container of artworks in Salerno, that for the first time will open its doors to an international conference.
The conference will be held in Salerno, a historical city located in the heart of the Mediterranean sea. Salerno is a wonderful City to visit, discover, to see, to “eat”, to surprise.
Salerno is the principal town of the province with the same name, and today numbers around 145,000 inhabitants. For a brief period (February to August 1944) Salerno was the capital city of Italy, during the liberation after the allied landings before the fall of Monte Cassino to the allies and the subsequent liberation of Rome. Today it is a lively port town, that is rapidly re-acquiring a relaxing and open Mediterranean atmosphere. The Lungomare Trieste, a promenade 2 km long offers a breathtaking view over the Gulf of Salerno. The cliff, the small wharf for boats docking, dining, artistic lighting are the characteristic features of the promenade of Salerno. Worth a visit also is the Historical Old Town, which has in recent years recovered from being a virtual no-go area to being one of the best preserved historical town centers, full of tiny little passageways and hidden corners.
Every November since 2006, in celebration of Christmas season, the city of Salerno, offers a spectacular artistic exhibition called “Luci d’Artista” (Artistic Lights). This event is a charming show of lights and colours that envelopes in its evocative and fantastic and magic atmosphere. The event is definitely something more than the usual Christmas lights. We are dealing in fact with proper works of art ideated by contemporary artists that stand out for their high stenographic nature and their deeply conceptual and symbolic values.
The city is divided into three distinct zones: the medieval sector, the 19th century sector and the more densely populated post-war area, with its several apartment blocks. In November, you will find Mediterranean winter days, with temperatures around 10-15 Celsius degree. For a comprehensive weather information go here.
Salerno is surrounded by cultural attractions and heritage sites, among the most famous places, you can find:
You should visit the tourism of Salerno website for touristic information.
How to reach Salerno
From Rome airport (FCO) or Naples airport (NAP)
From Rome airport by train:
From Fiumicino Airport reach the centre of Rome quickly by train with Trenitalia.
From the railway station, located in the airport, near the Arrivals and Departures terminals, you can reach the city centre with many, frequent Trenitalia‘s connections:
- Leonardo Express, a non-stop service exclusively for airport passengers to/from Rome Termini railway station leaving every 15 minutes* with a journey time of 32 minutes
- Regional FL1 trains to/from other stations in Rome, including Rome Tiburtina, with departures every 15 minutes on weekdays and every 30 minutes on weekends and holidays
Thanks to the High Speed Trenitalia or Italo connection from Rome Termini or Rome Tiburtina you can quickly reach Salerno.
From Naples airport by train (bus + train):
From Naples Airport to Naples Central Station
Alibus is the fast connecting bus line between Capodichino Airport and the City Centre. A service which provides direct, rapid and efficient connections between Airport, Central Station and Port and allows to ANM vehicles to move quickly out of the vehicular traffic congestion using the dedicated port road system.
Alibus makes the following bus stops FROM THE AIRPORT:
- “Piazza Garibaldi” (Central Station)
- Immacolatella Porta/ Porta di Massa
- “Molo Angioino / Beverello” (Stazione Marittima).
From Naples Central Station to Salerno Central Station
Thanks to the High Speed or regional train Trenitalia or High-Speed train Italo connection from Napoli you can quickly reach Salerno.
From Naples airport by train (direct bus):
Two times a day is possible to take a direct bus from Napoli Airport to Salerno downtown. More info at the following link
Alternative ways are:
by rented car with a driver with the fixed cost of about 95 euros (about 40 – 50 minutes) booking at nr. (in case you can contact email@example.com).
by taxi (about in 40-50 minute) cost 80/100 euros;
by car, taking the Highway A3 Naples – Salerno: exit Vietri sul Mare and then right to Salerno centre
Moreover, Salerno can be reached:
SITA buses link Salerno to many Italian cities
The main motorway links are:
- from North
the A3 (from Naples, exit Vietri Sul Mare – Salerno Nord oppure Salerno) or the A1 up to Caserta and then the A30;
- from South
the A3 (Salerno-Reggio Calabria) and the A16 (exit Avellino and, then, Avellino-Salerno highway).
You can calculate your route using Google Maps or ViaMichelin.
Daily connections from the port of Salerno to Naples, Messina, Catania, Palermo, Olbia, Tunisi, Malta and Valencia.