La Solfatara di Pozzuoli è senz’altro il più interessante vulcano dei Campi Flegrei, un comprensorio a nord di Napoli costituito da circa 40 antichi vulcani.
If you like natural phenomena you can not miss to visit the second largest super Vulcan in the world, La Solfatara. This Vulcan is one of the most dangerous in the world (no worries it is constantly monitored by experts from all over the world). La Solfatara super Vulcan is second only to…
The sulfatara of Pozzuoli is one of the forty volcanoes that make up the Campi Flegrei; it is located about three kilometers from the city center of Pozzuoli. It is an ancient volcanic crater still active but in a quiescent state that for about two millennia preserves an activity of fumaroles of…
The whole of the Pozzuoli and Naples area is an area of high volcanic activity. There are a series of Volcanos running under the whole area. Solfatara is one that you can visit. It's an amazing experience and the guide explains a whole lot about volcanoes which kids especially boys will love. …
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“Meraviglioso! Costruito nel I secolo d.C., l’Anfiteatro Flavio, sorge là dove confluivano le principali vie della regione, la Via Domitiana e la via per Napoli. L’anfiteatro, in quanto a capienza, era inferiore in Italia solo al Colosseo ed a quello di Capua. Facile da raggiungere , ma lontano da casa.”
“The vulcan who rest among us. An incredible panoramic view and an amazing natural site. ”
“Vesuvius is a volcano located in Italy, in a dominant position with respect to the Gulf of Naples. It is one of the two active volcanoes in continental Europe and one of the most studied and dangerous in the world due to the high population of the surrounding areas and its explosive characteristics. It is believed that as early as 400 000 years ago the area of Vesuvius was subjected to volcanic activity, 39 000 years ago a really colossal eruption occurred, called Ignimbrite bell, during which they emitted up to 15 km³ of magma, however it seems that the mountain it began to form 30 000 years ago, probably as an underwater volcano in the Gulf of Naples; later emerged as an island, joined to the mainland for the accumulation of ejected materials. Between 19 000 years ago and 79 AD a series of violent eruptions took place interspersed with periods of quiet of the volcano. From Casa Carmela it is about 30/40 min by car.”