Unesco World Heritage
Pro: Breathtaking view, Unesco World Heritage, unique Leuciano Code
Cons: Breaking glasses, murales and not precise opening time
This little city is completely different from the contemporary large one that sorrounds it. During the 18th century, it was planned as an industrial city, it can be seen from the factory located in the norther part of the small town which seems to monitor the working - class district that was built for the workers. San Leucio was governed by an unusual and liberal system of laws focus on the total equality between men and women (Leuciano Code). This factory town was a guiding light in Europe at that time. Noways it lives in silence and it is obscured by the absence of a system of surveillance, this is the reason why San Leucio is full of stupid murales and some of its glasses are broken.