Hotel Belvedere

San Vito 124, Ercolano, Campania, 80056, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ercolano

Being in a 2,000 Year Old City... Wait. What?!

A travel blog entry by cattieatu


One of my classes that I'm taking is Archaeology 100, an introductory course where we learn about different techniques about excavations, and we go on site about half of the time. We took a day trip on Friday, September 13th to Herculaneum. Pompeii is the most well known city for being destroyed by Mt. Vesuvius, ...

This Way to the Brothel

A travel blog entry by mrush


... ancient Roman city located near modern Naples. It was mostly destroyed after the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD which left the area buried under 20 feet of ash. Everything under the ash was well preserved for centuries and provides great detail into the lives of the Pompeiians.

During excavations in the 1860s, it was realized that the occasional voids in ...

R+V vs. the Volcano

A travel blog entry by miles_to_go


... through the volcanic debris before dropping them into the city is powerful.

  • Palaestra - Only a portion of the city has been excavated, and this is most evident in the Palaestra, which is, historically, an open area surrounded by covered porticoes used for wrestling and exercise. A sliver of Herculaneum's Palaestra is open to the sunlight (see map). Most of it still extends deep into the tuff, forming what appears to modern visitors as a ...

  • Hiking in Vesuvius National Park

    A travel blog entry by elohim

    Many tourists looking down the crater as we do, few follow a guided tour cicling the whole monster. We add another hike downhills. Some spots have little or no vegetation yet. You see the structure of the lava flows. We meet some mushroom collectors. I collect some Vesuvuis gravel I plan to make art with back home. Heavy stuff - I guess it contains quite some share of iron.
    Back in Pompeij: summer sale at Bennetton

    1138. Reach Vesuvius—or Perish in the Undert

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil


    ... in hopes of making this a "Superhike". But another part of me knows that this trip will not be complete without paying homage to King Vesuvius, the True Ruler of this region… who rains down fiery lava on this land from time to time, bringing both death, and life to the region.

    See, Vesuvius is a very alive and active volcano and periodically he does awaken from slumber and unleash his unstoppable fury on the countryside, making ...


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