Cosenza is one of the oldest towns in Calabria and situated on seven hills in the valley of Crati, at the confluence of Busento. The ancient city is characterized by narrow streets; the old town is full of monumental buildings and private palaces. Among the museums there are Museum of Brett, opened in 2009 in the century monumental complex of St. Augustine, the Museum of Remembrance and the Open Air Museum Bilotti. Very interesting are the cultural tradition of the theater “A. Rendano”. In the rest of the province it is advisable to go to Rocca Imperiale where the town is dominated by an imposing fortress, built by Frederick II; Rende, a town where the Normans built the castle and the walls, and Corigliano Calabro, of medieval origins, dominated by an imposing castle. Finally in Rossano you can visit the Museum of the Liquorice “Giorgio Amarelli” and the Diocesan Museum of Sacred Art; while, in Praia a Mare, the Municipal Museum is rich of beautiful exhibitions of contemporary art.