Pignola is situated 190 miles (306 kilometers) southeast of Rome, the national capital, and approximately 60 miles (97 kilometers) east of Amalfi.
Italy is firmly established on the tourist trail, which means getting around is relatively easy. Be sure to set aside sufficient time to experience the many scenic and cultural wonders the region has to offer. Two places within a relatively short distance of Pignola are Teggiano, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the northeast, and San Rufo, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the northeast.
Matera is approximately 45 miles (72 kilometers) from Pignola. This center contains a diverse range of things to see and do, including Sassi, Cathedral of Matera and Tramontano Castle. Domenico Ridola National Archaeological Museum and San Giovanni Battista Church are some other interesting attractions to see for those who have more time on their hands.
For a glimpse of the local culture, make a beeline for Italy's palaces, history museums and indoor markets. If the weather is fine, head outdoors to experience Italy's open-air exhibits, lighthouses and farms.
Visitors looking for some fresh air and thrills can max-out their heart rates by signing up for a caving or zip-lining adventure. Why not combine education and relaxation during your stay by spending time with a knowledgeable guide on one of the area's fascinating wildlife spotting tours, culinary tours and city walking tours.
When it is time to depart Pignola, spend the last of your euros on last minute keepsakes and say Ciao (farewell).