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From here it’s about 180 miles (290 kilometers) to the north to Amalfi Coast and 170 miles (274 kilometers) to the south to Valletta, Malta.
Reggio di Calabria is an inexhaustible source of amazing stories and quirky facts; you’ll find loads to explore when you step through the doors of its three favorite museums. Among the most visited museums here are the Museo San Paolo, the Pinacoteca Civica and the popular Museo Nazionale della Magna Grecia.
During your tour of the city, you can’t miss the historical religious sites. Learn about the original construction methods of the Cathedral of Calabria and the Chiesa degli Ottimati as you admire the old structures.
Among the best coastal destinations this region are Lido di Palmi and Lido Comunale Zerbi. Listen to the sounds of the birds, breathe in the fresh air and set out for a beach walk. You will feel refreshed and invigorated.
The Teatro Comunale Francesco Cilea is one of the premier places to see live shows in the Reggio di Calabria area. The residents of Reggio di Calabria enjoy an energetic arts scene, so be sure to check out what’s on at this, and other venues during your stay here.
Sometimes dramatic, sometimes darkly romantic, castles and other defense buildings in this country are always good to visit. When you come across the iconic shape of the historic Aragonese Castle, it's easy to envisage how ruling clans once defended this area.
The ecological havens surrounding Reggio di Calabria give visitors an insight into the animals and plants that exist in the area. De-stress at Aspromonte National Park and relish your escape from the urban streets.
Among the most visited heritage sites in this region is the Villa Zerbi. Atmospheric and fascinating, it is well worth taking the time to explore. After exploring the site, capture some great photographs and read up about the backstory that makes it so significant.
The Reggio di Calabria area features some generous civic gathering spaces; Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II is one of the most-loved. Take a few photographs for the folks at home and spend a while watching the passing parade before heading off to explore the area’s other attractions.