Lauria is situated 220 miles (354 kilometers) southeast of Rome, the national capital, and approximately 75 miles (121 kilometers) southeast of Amalfi.
Of course, visiting just one place, regardless of its popularity, can only ever give you a glimpse into the wider natural and cultural makeup of a region. So schedule in some time to visit Italy's other sights and attractions. You may also wish to check out Sanza, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southeast, and San Giovanni a Piro 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the east.
Around 55 miles (89 kilometers) to the southeast of Lauria is Cosenza, an important regional city and the home of Teatro Morelli, Calabria National Park and Azienda Ospedaliera dell'Annunziata. If you have enough time, be sure to visit Church of Sant'Agostino, Duomo di Cosenza and Hohenstaufen Castle before heading back to Lauria.
Visitors with an interest in history will want to visit the region's fine old historic palaces, ruins and historic mansions. Get outdoors and enjoy Italy's popular open-air markets, open-air museums and open-air exhibits.
Unwind the way the locals do in Italy. Try cycling and picnicking. Signing up for one of the city walking tours, cycling tours and wildlife spotting tours is an interesting way to understand about Italy.
You will be reluctant to say "Ciao" (farewell) to this special area.