A small taste of Pompeii Something that we did not realize about the ruins of Pompeii is just how huge it is. The excavated ruins cover an area of approximately 170 acres. This is approximately the size of 130 American football fields. Once you walk into the ruins it is a bit overwhelming and is honestly a bit of a labyrinth. There is a ton to see and if you want to see it all, prepare to spend a full day here. You can save time by picking the highlights but consider following a map or taking a tour to ensure you see all the points of interest. Bonus tip: Don't forget to bring some sunscreen and some water! -randrwander
The Amalfi Coast has much to offer, such as small shops selling local products like the renowned limoncello. It contains wonderful historic sites such as the Cathedral of Amalfi, and, most importantly, the dramatic coastal scenery that surrounds the area. The Amalfi town is an extremely popular tourist attraction due to its’ dramatic cliffs.
A full immersion in the main archaeological and landscape sites of the Neapolitan reality. The journey opens extraordinarily with the first stop at the Ruins of Pompeii, then changes shape, imbued with the smell of the lemons of the splendid Sorrento peninsula to lastly enjoy colorful little houses overlooking the sea of the Amalfi Coast.