Hotel Antiche Terme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Sadly leave Rome an off to South Italy. An explore Pompeii, a buried town from 79AC, only revelry uncovered an all amazing preserved. Even found prosties! An did the Cinque Terra walk around the towns by La Spezia, absolutely stunning! Tough hiking in 35C an well the fitness an figure not holding too well... Well worth it. (Actually did this before Rome..) Throw in a few entertaining nights free ...
... ancient Roman city located near modern Naples. It was mostly destroyed after the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD which left the area buried under 20 feet of ash. Everything under the ash was well preserved for centuries and provides great detail into the lives of the Pompeiians.
During excavations in the 1860s, it was realized that the occasional voids in ...
... to not be impressed with the ruins at Pompeii. We managed to cover nearly all of the complex in four hours, but could have easily spent an entire day wandering through the ancient city. We were particularly impressed by the two small theaters, the forum, the detailed interiors, and the sheer size of the city. We decided not to walk to the largest theater, which is a good distance from the main ruins, as we were getting hot and we ...
... Monuments from classical times include Trajan’s Arch (Porta Aurea; ad 114–117), the ruins of a Roman theatre, and the Ponte Lebbroso, a bridge over the Sabato River. The frequently rebuilt cathedral (founded 7th century), with magnificent bronze doors; the 12th-century cloister of the Church of Santa Sofia (8th century, rebuilt 1688); and the castle (1321) are notable medieval buildings. Benevento is an agricultural centre for wheat, ...
We got up early to head to Pompeii today. We took a train there from Rome. It was about an hour and a half to travel there by train. My dad and I were telling Hails and Ezzie all about Pompeii. I think they really could not believe it and they were a bit scared about going to a place where there was a volcano that erupted. We arrived in Pompeii and walked into town. We quickly realized it was a short walk to the ruins. As we walked ...