Ercolano

Ercolano, Italy

Hotels in Ercolano

Ercolano Accommodations (5)
Miglio D'Oro Park Hotel Ercolano

Miglio D'Oro Park Hotel Ercolano

4.00 200 reviews

Corso Resina 296, Ercolano, Italy

Andris Hotel Ercolano

Andris Hotel Ercolano

4.50 196 reviews

Via San Vito, 130, Ercolano, Italy

Hotel Puntaquattroventi Ercolano

Hotel Puntaquattroventi Ercolano

4.00 44 reviews

Via Marittima 59, Ercolano, Italy

Il Sentiero Ercolano

Il Sentiero Ercolano

5.00 16 reviews

Via Vesuvio, 69, Ercolano, Italy

Travel Blogs from Ercolano

Ercolano Travel Blogs (37)
R+V vs. the Volcano, Ercolano, Italy travel blog

R+V vs. the Volcano

A travel blog entry by miles_to_go

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... what you see outside of Herculaneum is a tiny part of the story. The majority of the city remains buried deep beneath modern Ercolano. For the foreseeable future, it will remain that way. After all, who would volunteer to have their homes torn down so ...

Herculaneum, Ercolano, Italy travel blog

Herculaneum

A travel blog entry by stevelegassick

37

Another city near Pompeii that was buried in the eruption of Vesuvius in 79CE. Herculaneum is right by the sea, and today the modern city is all around the excavation site. Much smaller and less crowded, here are found yet more original paintings ...

Being in a 2,000 Year Old City... Wait. What?!, Herculaneum, Italy travel blog

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

A travel blog entry by cattieatu

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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.  ...

Walking around preserved history, Ercolano (Herculaneum), Italy travel blog

Walking around preserved history

A travel blog entry by eddieandlynn

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Our day started out with a great tour of Herculaneum. It's the town that was located directly on the coast when Mt Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD.  Herculaneum itself was somewhat of a resort town for wealthy Romans.  The excavation process found ...