Among the most renowned museums in Italy, the Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli is touted as having one of the most impressive collections of Greek and Roman artifacts and antiquities in the world. Read the rest »
Italy is most popular with tourists in the summer months, and for many travelers, this is simply the best time to visit, especially if you have children in school the rest of the year. Read the rest »
One of the most romantic towns in Italy, Positano is located directly on the side of a cliff. Build first as a fishing village, the charming town of Positano grew up rather than out, and the layers and stacks of pastel buildings are now one of the most relaxing and charming sights in all of Italy – a true romantic haven. Read the rest »
The once thriving town of Pompeii was wiped out completely in a night of violent eruptions, but thanks to the huge amount of ash and soot, the city was preserved for centuries and today it provides one of the best examples of life for an everyday citizen of an Italian city – or at least the best example of what life was like 2,000 years ago. Read the rest »
Of all the cities in Italy, Naples seems to have the most sordid reputation, although you could argue the point for Sicily. Read the rest »
In AD 79, the prosperous town of Pompeii was awoken before dawn with a tremendous volcanic explosion. With a combination of hot gases and ash, the city was wiped of life and buried. Read the rest »
Alife is one of the many ancient towns in Italy. Its location and surroundings made it a very important place through the centuries. Its Roman remains make it a valuable destination for those wishing to admire the Roman civilization.