Kim the Abundant traveler shares the most amazing day trips you must take when in Naples Italy. Today, I’m sharing with you everything you need to make a day trip in Naples, Italy. The Naples Pompeii archeological site, Amalfi, Postiano, Rivello, the Path of Gods hike, Mount Vesuvius wineries are just a few of the many things I cover in this video, and I’ve got the top tips on the best way to experience it all. From how to go about taking a boat trip out of Naples, the best tours, drivers and hotels to stay in during your day trips, I’ve got you covered with this guide to ensure you experience the absolute best things to do in Naples and all the best day trips. Naples is the regional capital of Campania and it is the third-largest city of Italy.– The Abundant Traveller
Learn about the Best Day Trips You Must Make in Naples in this Video Travel Guide By the Abundant Traveller
Places Covered in this Video Include the Following with Time Stamps :
- 00:00 The Most Amazing Day Trips in Naples
- 00:40 Getting around Naples Italy
- 1:09 Caserta Royal Palace
- 2:32 Pompeii archeological site
- 3:21 Mount vesuvius wineries
- 4:12 Taking a boat trip out of Naples
- 5:07 Visit Pozzuoli
- 6:35 Visit Procida and Ischia
- 8:43 Visit Sorrento
- 10:45 Visit Capri
- 12:13 Tour the Amalfi Coast
- 14:19 Visit Positano
- 15:08 Visit Amalfi
- 16:06 Visit Rivello
- 7:40 Path of Gods Hike
Mount Vesuvius & Herculaneum Day Trip in Naples, Italy – A Video Travel Guide by Samuel & Audrey
Join us as we visit Mount Vesuvius and travel to Herculaneum on a day trip from Pompei, Naples, Italy. Our travel guide shows you how you can do this yourself if you are based nearby Mount Vesuvius and Herculaneum.
The journey from Pompeii to Herculaneum is a scenic one with Mount Vesuvius to one side and the Bay of Naples to the other. It only took us 20 minutes to get there by train, so if you’re looking for a day trip, it doesn’t get much easier than this one. Just maybe don’t get off in the outskirts of town like we did, but more on that later. Vesuvio’s Express is a shuttle service that runs to the top of the volcano, so if you’re expecting a guided tour filled with lots of interesting facts, this isn’t it. That being said, we were perfectly happy to tour the site on our own, and we couldn’t beat the price at 20 Euros per person.
The only problem we encountered was that the roads were completely iced over the further we went up the mountain, and at one point the bus just had to give up and let all the passengers off to go the rest of the way on foot. Things got a little easier once we swapped icy paved roads for a dirt trail, though we also had snow to contend with, but we eventually reached the top. I would say one of the coolest things about hiking up to Mount Vesuvius was being able to see that it’s a volcano within a volcano, and while there was no bubbling lava visible to the eye, we could see steam rising from several vents.
Our next stop after lunch were the ruins of Herculaneum, an ancient Roman town that was destroyed by Mount Vesuvius. While Pompeii was covered in ash, Herculaneum was hit by the pyroclastic flow that followed the explosion of 79 AD, which also led to its preservation. What at first glance appears to be a moat, is Herculaneum’s ancient shoreline. Here we were met with the aftermath of the explosion: a row of old boat houses, each of them filled with the skeleton remains of those who did not escape during the first day of the eruption.– Samuel and Audrey – Travel and Food Videos