Via G Palatucci 20, Avellino, AV, 83100, it
Good for: Families
Via Melito 6 - Solofra, Avellino, Italy, 83029, IT
Good for: Families
Via Nazionale 1
Good for: Business
Pizza, starters, meat, they have it all and it's excellent tooIf you want to come on Saturday night, I would recommend to come around 20, max 20:30 otherwise prepare yourselves for long queueThe're closed on monday and don't take reservations on Saturday night, becuase they're full any way One of the excellent ways to start you meal is their...more
The food is great, I love the place, modern, clean. They also organize events, so if you want to organize some birthday or dinner for your friends, or just want to see a match of your favourite soccer or basketball team, that's the place.From fried starters, pasta, meat...to pizza... it's only difficult to choose I love pizza!more
They do steakes, pizza, pasta...almost everything :)Steakes are maybe little bit small for the prices, but I'll leave it to your judgment :)I love it during the summer especially since they have a nice garden outside and there's also a breeze, even in the hotest nights.They are closed on Wednesday. I love pizza there, especially DOC 2 (closed one)more
Don't be misled by appearances! This is an old style Trattoria with genuine and typical cuisine: heavy and tasteful. Sumptuous appetisers will probably fill you up: you'll taste fresh mozzarella, locale cheeses, hams and salamis and in the right season mushrooms and fresh and preserved vegetables.Very good pastas (try the ravioli with tomato sauce...more
In the main street of Avellino, its promenade, which is closed for traffic, you can take a walk and in the same time check the latest outfits in the some of numerous shops. Once you're tired you can take a cupof coffee in one of the bars and try some small sweet miracle.
What to buy: Clothes, since there are many shops like Zara, Benetton, Luisa Spagnoli...
What to pay: It depends on the season, sales are always the best period.Related to:
- Women's Travel
- Family Travel
Avellino Off The Beaten Path
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I have already built a page about it at its proper location, but since it's a bit far away from everything, I think it's better to copy and paste the info here as well, and add some more pics.
"An old Monastery, founded in the XII century by Saint Gugliemo on his way to the Holy Land. Initially it was a monastery for nuns, and close to it there was a smaller monastery for monks who took care of the economic assistance of the nuns. The nuns inhabited the monastery until 1515, when the building was abandoned and only few monks remained there.
In 1807, Giuseppe Bonaparte king of Naples, suppressed the abby and the whole complex remained empty and abandoned until 1973. In this long period every valuable object was stolen.
The most impressive artifacts in the area are:
Torre Febronia, built in 1152 in romanic style for defensive purposes.
Lower Chapel, built around 1200 in romanic style
Upper Church, built in 1255 in Gothic Style, that's the real masterpiece of the complex.
Big Church, built in 1745, is heavily damaged by lack of care and by the many earthquakes that hit the land. There is no roof."
To get there from Avellino, follow the SS "Ofantina" in direction Montella-Lioni. After about 40 kms, exit "Area Industriale". Follow the sign "Sant' angelo dei Lombardi", exit "Goleto".Related to:
- Religious Travel
- Road Trip
- Budget Travel
Avellino Sports & Outdoors
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Avellino has its own basketball club. It's in Italian A1 league, so if you're a basketball fan, that's the place for you to go.
For more info on schedule and the team check the link below.
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