Today many foreign tourists celebrate their symbolic weddings in the enchanting garden inside the museum.
To get to know the city you have to walk around it. Visit its villages, that of the fishermen of Marina Grande and the other of Marina Piccola, the port of Sorrento. Admire the historic center, the upper and oldest one in via Pietà and the other in via San Cesareo. The first corresponds to the upper decuman of the ancient plan, modified by the modernization of 1861, with the construction of Corso Italia. Via Pietà is lined with eighteenth-century noble houses, such as Palazzo Correale, Casa Veniero. In via San Cesareo, at the beginning of the street, you can admire the remains of the Porta seat, from the Angevin period and in the square of the Schizzariello, the one called Dominava, where the nobility gathered to decide the fate of the city. The only evidence of the time left in Campania. But there is also a Sorrento unknown to most, the hilly one and the citrus groves. Where olive trees, walnuts and oranges and lemons follow one another giving the city those colors that make it so fantastic.