Since 2006 the same initiative has also been adopted by the city of Salerno.In 2009-2010 an ideal twinning agreement was established between the cities of Turin and Salerno to foster reciprocal exchange.During this event (November-January), some of the lights adopted the previous year in Turin were displayed in Salerno, in addition to other new specially commissioned works.In a reciprocal manner, in 2009 the city of Turin displayed several works of the Campania town, thus initiating a "twinning" relationship of actual exchange of works between both cities.In the same year, the 25 metre artificial Christmas tree mounted in the Piazza Portanova was the highest of its kind in Italy.
In 2011, the Salerno event that annually attracts thousands of tourists from all over Italy but also from the rest of Europe, saw the participation of the artist Nello Ferrigno.The light panels he designed were built by the Turin-based company, as well as many other installations, they were then exchanged with Turin, for the following winter editions of the event, thus renewing the twinning programme initiated five years earlier.
The enchanted garden theme has been particularly successful in the various editions of the event, with varied and ever-changing lights illuminating the historic city centre, evoking a magical fairy-tale atmosphere in Salerno Park Gardens with magicians, sorcerers, light tunnels and enchanted figures.
Exceptional views over the Salerno Luci d'Artista event can be enjoyed from the rooms of the Suite Palazzo Luciani Hotel
For all those who require it, Suite Salerno Palazzo Luciani hotel in Salerno can organise events of any kind.
Organised events can include conventions and business meetings, or private parties such as wedding receptions, birthday parties and other special occasion celebrations.
The hotel has a highly qualified catering staff, in addition to its reception rooms, which can be equipped and decorated appropriately according to the type of event.
For further information please contact the hotel staff directly.