Grand Hotel Italiano

Address: Viale Principe di Napoli, 137, Benevento, Campania, 82100, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Viale Principe di Napoli, 137, Benevento.
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      Travel Blogs from Benevento

      Time Capusle

      A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Sep 05, 2014

      1 comment, 30 photos

      Time capsule

      5 Sept.

      It was Aug 24 in 79 AD that the mountain Vesuvius exploded and buried four towns in its aftermath, of which Herculaneum and Pompeii are the most famous. It was only because a Latin writer named Pliny the Younger sent a letter to Tacitus describing the death of his uncle that a record existed about the towns. Pompeii and the other towns ...

      Pompeii and Ship to Greece

      A travel blog entry by emd10001 on May 29, 2014

      4 photos

      Pompeii was definitely a let down after the perfect day in Sorrento. Jessie would've enjoyed Pompeii because of the history behind it, but it was too much history for me. I did enjoy seeing the pizza oven and first sundial because I thought of my mom and dad :). It also rained and we had yuckie food so that was not fun.

      We made our way to ...


      A travel blog entry by dbenton on Oct 04, 2013

      17 photos

      ... in them to hold pots of food. Large brick ovens look like modern-day pizza ovens! The round stone towers are flour grinders. Past the 30 brothels, aqueduct arch, original lead pipes, the Basilica, and the House of the Faun with its welcome mat "HAVE"( hail to you) at the entrance. Without a doubt the best of site of all was the Amphitheater! As we walked in to the stadium you can't help but imagine a gladiator with his ...


      A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Aug 24, 2013

      ... a Port’Aurea. The complex presents the proofs of the culture in Benevento from pre-history to the contemporary period, with Samnite findings, Italic and Greek ceramics, an important Egyptian core with materials from a sanctuary dedicated to Isis, a wide collection of coins, paintings, drawings and printings from the XVII to the XVIII century. 5) basilica Enjoy our pictures of Benevento from Roman times to modern. Click on a picture to see it larger and find out more about ...

      Someone Who Knew How It Felt To Be Alone

      A travel blog entry by on Jul 11, 2013

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      ... moment - that moment when this civilisation was put to the sword as if Vesuvius was an invading enemy. And of course, the centre of this reflection was the impact of this event on the people and particularly, the individual.

      Our visit revealed that Pompeii was a thriving metropolis. Society was well defined. The houses ranged from impressive villas to modest homes. The premises of the merchants showed similar ranking. Theatres ...