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Vulcano Solfatara, Pozzuoli

Categories: Volcanos, Nature & Parks
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4.3/5 based on 1,200 reviews on the web
In the rocky hills near Naples, explore the dormant crater, bubbling mud pits, and sulfurous spouts of Vulcano Solfatara, which last erupted in 1198. Stop by the saunas and therapeutic treatment sites from Roman times that are still in use today. You can hike through the park's 33 hectares (81.5 acres), including the 40 volcanoes that constitute the site. Park your car at the entrance, and visit the attractions on foot. Using our international travel planner, Pozzuoli attractions like Vulcano Solfatara can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • If you time wants to experience the complications of volcanic activities in a crater, then you miss the Solfatara not. Seething mass of pumice, fumaroles hiss with 13 or even 15 bar from the ground and are illuminated at night colored that leave luminous sulphur yellow orange-covered stones that is better than all quiet volcanoes, they are still so active.
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  • Despite the fact that it was raining we really enjoyed walking across the caldera. Bubbling mud, steam escaping from the ground and the sheer heat of the ground were all extraordinary. Your guide will...  read more »
  • who needs warm feet, which she gets here. The soil is very warm, so footwear wear. Trenitalia runs from Naples Piazza Garibaldi train station Pozzuoli-Solfatara, costs in October 2016 €4 h/z.
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  • Guide spoke very good English and was informative. Okay, there isn't much to do in the actual volcano (white bit) but the camp site looked really nice and the staff were friendly and helpful. This is somewhere I would consider returning to for camping as it seems well located and the grounds were beautiful.
  • Really suggestive place, I suggest to visit it with a guided tour at sunset.
  • Extremely interesting and informative
  • If you visited volcano in japan, you must be terribly disappointed at this place. So small, almost nothing to see but relative high price.
  • I came three times, with friends, amazing the whole Peppe is an experienced and likeable guide a great gift of language to expose history and anecdotes ... only complaint ... you can't eat anchovies without bread
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