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Valetta (Malta)

Valetta (Malta)
Information on Malta
Valletta (maltese Il-Belt Valletta) is the capital of Malta. Founded in 1566 by the Knights Hospitaller, who gave it the name of their Grand Master Jean de la Valette: it was called, in Latin, Humilissima Civitas Valettae ("The most humble city of Valletta"). Rich in architectural and artistic masterpieces, Malta is appreciated by visitors for its charm millennial and with the sea, promenades, entertainment and nightlife are a important tourist offer.


How to reach the port of Salerno
By car:
The port of Salerno can be reached along the following motorway arteries:
for those coming from Naples (A 3): leave the motorway for the exit "Vietri sul Mare", for those coming from from Rome / Caserta (A 30): at the end of the motorway take the "Avellino-Salerno" link in direction "Salerno". Exit at "Salerno Centro", for those coming from Bari / Avellino: exit at "Salerno Centro" and for those arriving from Reggio di Calabria (A 30): take the exit "Salerno Centro".
By train / bus:
By train, get off at the train station closest to the port, Salerno center at about 2 km, and take the city bus line 5 or a taxi.
By plane:
The airport of Capodichino (Naples) is 50 km from the port of Salerno and is well connected by local buses that make more daily departures.
From Salerno Pontecagnano airport, take line 8 of the public transport service, or reach the Pontecagnano station to get to Salerno center by train.

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