Address: Via G. Verdi, 76, Caserta, Campania, 81100, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via G. Verdi, 76, Caserta.
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Travel Blogs from Caserta

Day 4: Caserta

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 04, 2038

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... street line with boring modern stores with parking lots. I keep walking, looking for any place to sit and strum and take my video clip—but I reach the sign telling me I’m about to enter yet another town and… nothing. So I take a side street south where I soon reach empty fields and start heading back. Finally I find an empty lot with a low wall around it to sit and strum on and a modern church to use as a quick backdrop for my video. ...

Vietri Sur Mare and the wonderful Caserta Palace

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

15 photos

... so cold.

Time to drive the toll road and the hour long drive to Caserta and the Caserta Palace. With the help of our GPS we got to Caserta easily. Found the large underground carpark with a little more difficulty but as Caserta Palace is not hard to miss as it is so huge we knew we were close. Once parked we emerged above ground to the massive Palace which from the front looks impressive and imposing however the gardens at the front are not ...

Campi Flegrei: between myth, history and legend

A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Feb 01, 2014

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... set in the Campi Flegrei cover three figures: Heracles, the hero par excellence Greo identified by the Romans with Hercules; Odysseus (aka Ulysses) and the Trojan hero Aeneas, the founder of the Roman race. But, alongside the legends and myths of Greek and Roman also small pieces of history passed through the Campi Flegrei: Hannibal, Caesar, Nero, Agrippina, Paolo Tarsia and many other historical events tied to some of their ...

Under the Volcano

A travel blog entry by graffy on Sep 26, 2013

13 photos

... a movie back in the 70's.

On the way back to Naples we jumped off at Ercolano and visited Hurculaneum which has literally been dug out of the ground. It's amazing to see where the original coast line once stood and to see buildings with the original timber from 2000 yrs ago.

Back on the trains to Rome again and a late dinner. More gelato - slowly working my way through all the pistacchio varieties.


A travel blog entry by samplum on Jul 01, 2013

10 comments, 3 photos

... like before the volcano erupted and buried the town. We stayed in a great little hostel that was run by a very friendly Italian man. They cooked up an amazing feast of pasta and chocolate crepes. I'm going to have a rather large pasta belly when I get back, I think. I've never eaten so much pasta in my life!! Make sure you keep checking out the photos. From your travelling teacher, Miss ...

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