Rome, the country's capital, is located 100 miles (161 kilometers) west of Agnone, while Naples is 65 miles (105 kilometers) to the south.
To find out why so many travelers go for Italy as a holiday destination, make sure you and your loved ones set aside some time to explore the region. Isernia, lies approximately 16 miles (26 kilometers) to the northeast. Head there to check out the Fontana della Fraterna and Cathedral of Isernia.
Approximately 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the southeast of Agnone is Campobasso, an important regional center home to Piazza Prefettura, Chiesa della Santissima Trinita and Villa de Capoa. Chiesa della Madonna del Monte and Castello Monforte are more attractions here that should be included on every traveler's itinerary.
Follow the threads of the region's rich cultural tapestry within Italy's wonderful mansions, art galleries and nature museums. An effective way to understand a region is by knowing about its history. Take a trip to the old towns while you are here.
If you are searching for a different way to view Italy, have a go at paragliding. The Agnone region is perfect to get outdoors, get active and make the most of winter. When the temperature falls, hop into your snow gear and spend the day snowboarding or skiing.
And at the end of your holiday, gather your luggage and wish Italy a fond Ciao (farewell).