Passengers travelling by ferry to Molo Manfredi arrive at the commercial port of Salerno, which welcomes large cruise ships and has a maritime station!
At the northernmost corner of the very large and majestic gulf at the outlet of the natural routes of communication with the immediate hinterland of Basilicata, Irpinia and Campania favored by its excellent geographical position Salerno it is a proud country. The people of Salerno loved to talk about their port.
Molo Manfredi is facing the port of Salerno, a small "port" that today represents the beating heart and a driving force of the regional economy. The reasons of why the port has been established are the huge infrastructure investments, the favorable geographical position and the efficient port management.
At Salerno, you can walk on the best neighborhoods to explore and new foods to try. Is the type of city that you will love to visit again and again. At Salerno’s old town you will see medieval buildings built on roman ruins and a maze of cobbled streets. The Old Town makes for a perfect walking area, surrounded by restaurants and quaint old bars. Close to Salerno, that is famous for its turquoise waters and beautiful historic architecture, is a medieval town Castellabate.
Lungomare di Salerno is a pedestrian walkway affording beautiful views of the sea, full of people engaged in different activities such as jogging. The Minerva Garden on Salerno was the first botanical garden in Europe for cultivating plants for therapeutical use. Designed in a terraced format, many exotic medicinal plants were cultivated here. The most impressive is the long flight of steps, marked by cruciform pillars, which support a wooden pergola. The Castello Di Arechi in Salerno is a medieval castle built in the seventh century on command of the Lombard Prince Arechi II. It still holds its Roman and Byzantine charm and perhaps the most bewitching feature of the castle is the views it affords. Ferry routes from Molo Manfredi to the Amalfi Coast and vice versa.