Hotel Caserta Antica

Address: via Tiglio 75 Sommana, Caserta, Campania, 81020, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on via Tiglio 75 Sommana, Caserta.
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    Travel Blogs from Caserta

    Day 4: Caserta

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 04, 2038

    54 photos

    ... station. If I take a wrong turn, or if I’ve incorrectly estimated the distance, I’m going to miss the train and have a very long, miserable night. So it does feel like a bit of an adventure, walking down narrow road in the darkness all alone—except for a car that pulls over to.. ask me for directions! This is something that happens quite frequently—I guess because there aren’t a whole lot of people out walking to ask directions ...

    Vietri Sur Mare and the wonderful Caserta Palace

    A travel blog entry by brown.a on Apr 23, 2015

    15 photos

    ... our bikes it took Charlotte and I about 20 minutes to cycle to the far end and look back at the Palace, ponds, fountains, statues. The ponds had initially been put in the gardens to stock the Palace with fish and just go on and on. The Palace was built in 1752 and amazingly survived the war bombing. It is not terribly well known although still school groups visiting and some visitors could catch the mini van to the top fountain, horse and cart or hire ...

    Campania, (Vesuvius, Herculaneum, Pompeii,)

    A travel blog entry by kye on Mar 09, 2014

    27 photos

    ... to be explored, although Italy seems to like to keep them a secret by not using many signposts to show you the way. However, Vesuvius is easier to find as it dominates the land. So climbing Vesuvius, arguably the most famous volcano and peering into its crater before exploring the lava destroyed Roman towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum makes for a fascinating few days. It was still a ...

    Pompeii and sail to Greece

    A travel blog entry by trishfr on Sep 11, 2013

    11 photos

    ... in the coach to travel across Italy, over mountains, rolling hills to fertile plains. Organised rows of crops grapes, almonds, plums and olives, olives , olives market gardening and dark soil baking in the sun awaiting ... Who knows what. Plastic covered grapes vines and tunnel houses. Wind turbine and solar panels shading the car parks. Well there is our ferry to take us to Greece... The Catania. Slow process. ...walking in through the vehicle ramp then 4 at a time up ...

    I see dead people

    A travel blog entry by cgpolicastro on May 30, 2013

    146 photos

    This is going to be a brief one. I spent 6 ours today walking around Pompei and I'm whooped. There is a lot to see there and I recommend hiring a guide because there is a lot to learn about the culture and history of Roman cities that stems from what was discovered in those ruins.

    Seeing the plaster-casted remains of the people buried under the volcanic ash was awe-inspiring. You can really tell what most of ...