Plaza Caserta

Address: Viale Lamberti ex area Saint Gobain, Caserta, Campania, 81100, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Viale Lamberti ex area Saint Gobain, Caserta.
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    Travel Blogs from Caserta

    Day 4: Caserta

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 04, 2038

    54 photos

    ... to survive. 1185. A Town with Almost No Soul (Italy 162) Casapulla, January 2, 2012 Day 071: 3.0 kms, 1 hour It’s dark, but I don’t feel like retracing my steps back to Caserta… and I know there’s another town right ahead, so I keep going, even though better judgement tells me I’m risking missing the last train like I did last week. Casapulla is one of the most character-less towns to date here in Greater Napoli, with just ...

    Vietri Sur Mare and the wonderful Caserta Palace

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

    15 photos

    ... top which housed a large ceramics workshop and shop. Was hard to work out prices but did end up buying a few things for a very reasonable price. Just had to fit them in our bags to get home without anything breaking. The actual village was filled with ceramics shops. Once down near the car Craig and Charlotte decided to have a swim and got changed in the little beach houses. In the end Craig managed to get in and Charlotte just went up to her knees because ...

    Pompeii and sail to Greece

    A travel blog entry by trishfr on Sep 11, 2013

    11 photos

    ... been dormant for over 2000 years prior to erupting and there is evidence of earthquake damage in 62 AD. What an experience to walk along the roman roads. Large paving stones with raised footpaths on each side. At intervals along the road there are raised stepping stone for pedestrians crossing the road as the roads were full of sewerage a and rubbish ( maybe this is where the Italian people developed the habit of littering ). Pretty incredible to be on those exact same ...

    Up (to) Pompeii

    A travel blog entry by diandpete on Jun 17, 2013

    18 photos

    ... At Sorrento we decided to get a 3 day travel pass before getting on the train, but the ticket office was cash only and without enough cash, it meant around the corner to the closesr ATM and then a bathroom was needed, so the best bet was a cafe for coffee and cake! By the time that was all done and we finally arrived at Pompeii, it was after 1.30!

    The time goes so fast and although we spent nearly ...

    In the Streets of Pompeii

    A travel blog entry by adventuresbyamy on Aug 30, 2012

    3 comments, 9 photos

    Coming back from Pompeii, the weather in Milan is now perfect: instead of 95 degrees, it is 75, cloudy, and occasionally misting. It's so nice to have comfortable weather for a change.

    Pompeii was such an inspiring experience. Throughout high school, I learned all about Roman history, and of course about Pompeii and Vesuvius. Learning about it is one thing, but actually walking along the same paths as the people from that time is just so ...