Catanzaro, capital of the province, covers three hills: Bishop, Saint Tryphon and St. John. The bridge-viaduct Morandi-Bisantis is one of the highest in Europe built in the 60 and connects the historic center with the district De Filippis and the valley of the small local stream Fiumarella. Among the most important monuments there are the Duomo, the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta and the Peter and Paul that holds within it, the Madonna and Child statue by Antonello Gagini. It also recommends a visit to the Basilica of the Immaculate and the Church of Santa Teresa where he particularly appreciates the adjoining convent. Not to be missed is the ancient church of San Giovanni, where they stayed to witness the ancient walls with the Norman Tower, the square shape, and embattled and Villa Trieste, surrounded by beautiful gardens that contain rare plants and marble busts of famous people of the region. In the rest of the province it should be noted the town of Soverato, known as the pearl of the Ionian Sea and famous for its chili, where you can admire many memories of its past as the archaeological site of Ancient Soverato , the village of Soverato, the Tower of Galilee or of Charles V and the palaces and churches. The city is also famous for its nightlife and night clubs.