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Paestum

Paestum

Paestum is one of Italy’s most majestic sights. The ruins of Paestum stand on the site of the ancient city of Poseidonia, founded by greek colonist in the 7th century b.C. When the romans took over the colony in 273 b.C. and called it Paestum, they enlarged the settlement, adding an amphitheater and a forum… Our suggest to visit Paestum by car: if you go from Sorrento to Paestum by car stop in one of some mozzarella factory by the way (like Vannullo or Riva Bianca) to taste an amazing buffalo...

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Pompeii

Pompeii

The opulent roman town of Pompeii, which was buried in a.D. 79 by the most disastrous volcanic eruptions in history, provides important evidence of the ancient way of life. The extensive and varied ruins of the dead city, in its attractive setting, movingly evoke on a grand scale a roman city at the time of the empire… Our suggest to visit Pompeii by car: if you like the history and archeology don’t miss the Herculaneum ruins, the another city buried by the Vesuvius in the 79...

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Vesuvius volcano

Vesuvius volcano

The outline of Vesuvius, one of the few still active volcanoes in Europe, is an antrinsic of the neapolitan landscape. It has two summits: to the north Monte Somma and to the south Vesuvius proper (1277 mt – 4190 ft). In time the volcanic materials on the lower slopes have become fertile soil with orchads and vines producing the famous Lacryma Christi Wine… From the summit there is an immense panorama over the bay of Naples anclosed by the Sorrento coast in the south and Cape Miseno in the north. Beyond is the gulf of Gaeta. Our suggest to visit Vesuvius with a day trip: to reach the crater you have to park you car at the start of a small path (15 minutes by foot). It’s a easy walk but don’t forget your trekking shoes and comfortable...

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Ravello

Ravello

Ravello is on a ridge high above Amalfi. It is an enchanting village with stupendous views, quite lanes, and two irresistibly romantic gardens – that of Villa Rufolo, where medieval ruins frame spectacural vistas, and the Villa Cimbrone, private estate open to the pubblic with spectacular views of the entire bay of Salerno… Our suggestion: if you like classic music don’t miss the Ravello festival organized in honour of Richard...

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Amalfi Coast road

Amalfi Coast road

The Amalfi coast, with its wild and rugged landscape, is formed by the jagged fringe of the Lattari mountains, a deeply-eroded limestone range. Contrasting with these awe-inspiring scenes are the more charming wiews of fishing villages and the luxuriant vegetation, a mixture of orange, lemon, olive and almond trees, vines and all the mediterranean flora… Our suggest to a trip by car in Amalfi Coast: a lot of people are worried about to drive in Amalfi Coast. It’s a narrow way, so, if you don’t use to drive on the narrow streets can be a little bit difficult. But if you like to drive it’s a fantastic experice. To enjoy the drive on Amalfi Coast a convertible car is the best...

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Positano

Positano

Positano is the most popular town along the Amalfi Coast. A village of white moorish-type house clinging drammatically to slopes around a small sheltered bay. Nowdays, Positano is the number-one attraction on the coast, with hotels for every budget, charming restaurants, and dozens of boutiques… Our suggestion for a special trip car in Positano: go up the hill of Montepertuso and reach the little town of Nocelle where you can have a spectacular view of Amalfi Coast and Capri...

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