Hotel Belvedere

Km 31, Strada Statale Sannitica, 87, Caserta, Campania, 81020, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Km 31, Strada Statale Sannitica, 87, 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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... Caserta is not only a major tourist attraction, it’s also the seat of Caserta Province… which means that my Superhike has now spanned 3 provinces! This is definitely going to be the Superhike to beat. Dusk is approaching but I go ahead and head west a little ways where I soon find myself in a very ordinary town called Casagiove. Here my option for a video clip is a trash strewn field with some houses in the back. But I do have a very ...

A day in Pompei

A travel blog entry by middlemoss on Sep 28, 2013

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... the 3rd quarter due to technical difficulties. Now back to Italy: Pompei today after another glorious free buffet breakfast! Espresso times two! Was a short train ride to Pompei and we were lucky to have a beautiful day to take it all in: Vesuvius, the ruins, the Pizza, the Peroni... Magifico. And today was European Culture Day so we got in for free! Lots of pictures taken of course. Back to our local Trattoria tonight for ...

Day Nine: Volcanoes, curves, and beaches

A travel blog entry by mswood on Jul 04, 2013

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... Marco, our guide, take us around and share a lot of information and the rain even stopped!

Marco told us about how the volcano destroyed the town by its lava and more so by the ash that suffocated the people that were left behind. We saw the remnants of pizza brick ovens, streets that had lifted areas for people to walk during the rain so their feet would not get too wet, the amphitheater ...

For the love of the flag

A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Mar 11, 2013

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... 18th century, several Italian regions adopted a tricolor flag of green, white, and red but it did not look as it does today. Like the country itself, the Italian flag has undergone some major changes and altered designs from Napoleons rule, the Kingdom of Italy mid 1800s, Fascist flag and even changed when King Vittorio Emmanuele II was in charge. The flag we now know and recognize was adopted June , 1946.

The colors of the Italian flag can ...


A travel blog entry by ashleen.moran on Mar 18, 2012

... life without seeing those haha.

I was debating whether I should go back to the hostel after this, my ankle was still ok but I didn't want to push it. I decided I would see one more thing and then grab lunch and go back. I chose the Duomo but it turned out to be a bad choice because while the Cathedral was open that part of it was closed. It was close to the 2 best pizza places though (according to the hostel staff) so that was ...