Reggio Calabria

Perhaps you’re in town simply to catch a ferry to Sicily. If you can, though, try to take a later boat so you can explore Reggio di Calabria. The Lungomare road is a spectacular seaside walk. And the Bronzi di Riace, ancient Greek bronze statues discovered in the early 1970s, are worth seeking out at the Museo Nazionale della Magna Grecia.

Museo diocesano

Opened on October 7th, 2010, the Diocesan Museum "Monsignor Aurelio Sorrentino" of Reggio Calabria is located on the ground floor of the archiepiscopal Palace built at the end of the 18th century next to the Cathedral of Maria Assunta. The works of art are exhibited in thematically arranged locations: the first one is dedicated to the Fragments of the memory, with marble belonging to the...