Morning. Take a day trip to the Aspromonte National Park, a protected area that covers almost 200,000 acres of land. Here, you can hike through the mountains, swim in the crystal-clear streams, and visit the small villages that dot the area. Make sure to stop by the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Polsi, a pilgrimage site that attracts thousands of visitors each year.
Afternoon. After a day in nature, head back to the city center and visit the Pinacoteca Civica, a museum that houses a collection of paintings and sculptures from the 14th to the 19th centuries. Then, take a walk in the historical center of Reggio Calabria, where you can admire the beautiful Baroque architecture and stop for a coffee at one of the many cafes.
Evening. For dinner, try La Cantina del Gallo, a wine bar and restaurant that serves traditional Calabrian dishes made with local ingredients. Don't forget to try the 'nduja, a spicy spreadable salami that is a specialty of the region.
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