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Discover Reggio Calabria

Guide to vacation Reggio Calabria
Discover Reggio Calabria - Guide to vacation Reggio Calabria

Reggio Calabria is the toe of Italy’s boot, in other words, the most southerly province of the Italian peninsula.
Walking along the sea front with its wonderful view of the Strait of Messina, visitors will realise how beautiful and sunny this city is. Armed with a map you can explore its historic centre.

Worthy of note is the “Villa Comunale” – public gardens now used as botanical gardens, with fine examples of equatorial and tropical flora.
Plenty of time should be allowed for a visit to the National Museum, where the famous 5th century BC Riace Bronzes are kept.
The National Museum contains archaeological finds from the entire region of Calabria, ranging from the prehistoric age to the period of Greek colonization, and an extensive collection of Roman, Byzantine and medieval art and artefacts. Visit the Cathedral, rebuilt after the earthquake of 1908, and the remains of the Aragonese Castle.

The province of Reggio Calabria is of great importance for its natural environment; one of the many areas is Aspromonte, which reaches a height of 2000 meters.
Aspromonte has many areas of archaeological interest that testify to the area’s historical importance in every era.
Aspromonte contains rich wild life such as wolves, peregrine falcons, and eagle owls. Among the vegetation is the rare tropical fern woodwardia radicans, as well as the silver fir, beech and black pine. Many streams cross the Aspromonte area, the most important being the Amendolea and Calopinace.

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