The Golden Mile is a 1 mile long route on which you can admire 122 eighteenth-century villas and stately homes, the pride of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies,before it was annexed to Italy.It starts in San Giorgio a Cremano with the visit of Villa Vannucchi and Villa Bruno,with sumptuous giurdini English. We come to Portsmouth to visit the palacetastefully furnished Bourbon French and other villas. Then we visit the National Museum of Pietrarsa, so named for the first locomotive built and designed in theKingdom of Naples. Shortly later scoprimao the ruins of Herculaneum, VillaFavorita and Villa Campolieto, completed by Vanvitelli. For nature lovers,Herculaneum is the front door of Vesuvio, with courses designed specifically toreach the crater. The last leg of the route is the Greek Tower, the village of Coral,which houses Broom Villa, home of Naples Leopardi, who composed one of hisworks here maggiri: The Broom.
The path winds in 3 days, from Friday to Sunday. The best time to do this path is autumn or spring.
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