San Nicola la Strada in Caserta Province in the Campania Region in southern Italy is known for its art, culture, theatre and sports. The city is located in the Appian Way known as La Strada built in 312 B.C. and is named after St. Nicholas, the patron saint of sailors as well as those who are wrongly accused of a crime. San Nicola la Strada offers tourist attractions that include the Museum Della Civilta’ Contadina, Museum of Farming Life in Real Convitto Borbonico hall, the Sanni Opera Festival and Strazione Radio Base. There are many luxurious and cheaper, discount hotels in and around San Nicola la Strada. For more information visit http://www.EasyToBook.com.
Nearby Naples has been named a world heritage site and is the capital of southern Italy. This port city offers many old churches, castles, palaces and museums for its visitors to view. There are also soccer and musical events throughout the year. Underneath Naples, you can tour tunnels and cistern approximately 30 meters below ground. Naples is also the location of the Italian Air Force Academy and an international airport. It is also near to the Mount Vesuvius volcano.