Pompei/ Amalfi Coast/ Positano Tour
Pompei, Amalfi coast & Positano tour Archaeological excavations at Pompei have yielded the remains of the ancient Pompei city, near the hill of Civita, buried beneath a cultured ash and lapilli dall’eruzionedel Vesuvius in 79, along with Herculaneum, Stabiae, and Oplontis.
The excavations, which began at the behest of Charles III of Bourbon, is one of the best examples of Roman life, and the best-preserved cities of the time, most of the finds recovered in addition to simple utensils of daily use, even mosaic frescoes, are now preserved in large part to the National Archaeological Museum of Naples and in small quantities in the Antiquarium of Pompei, now closed: the very large number of finds has been useful to understand the uses and customs, the alimentary habits ‘art of living more than two millenniums ago.
Longobardia the most prosperous city, the noblest, the most illustrious by its terms, the most wealthy and opulent. The territory borders on that of Naples, Amalfi, which is a beautiful city, but less important than Amalfi.
The territory retains traces of the Paleolithic acquaintances. LegendPositano founded by Poseidon, the sea god Neptune, for the love of the nymph Pasitea he loved. It is certain that the Phoenicians and Greeks, traveling westwards, put a foot in this country than perhaps inhabited by Oschi Piceni. The Romans built near the beach a rich patrician villa Great, now buried by gardens and the Church of the Assumption. With the fall of the Roman Empire Positano became part of the Republic of Amalfi, the first maritime republic, and experienced a period thanks to the flourishing maritime trade with other Mediterranean countries.
Price without Guide:
1/3pax: €400 F. Day
4/7pax: €450 F. Day