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The ghost city of Herculaneum – the Roman world in ruins beneath the surface of modern Italy

The ghost city of Herculaneum – the Roman world in ruins beneath the surface of modern Italy

Amalfi Coast, Naples, Sorrento, Pompeii and Heruclaneum    http://www.ricksteves.com/plan/destinations/italy/naples-sorrento-amalfi-coast.htm

Amalfi Coast, Naples, Sorrento, Pompeii and Heruclaneum http://www.ricksteves.com/plan/destinations/italy/naples-sorrento-amalfi-coast.htm

The Pink beach stands in Budelli, one of the islands of Sardinia (Italy). This odd beach takes name from the particular pink coral colour of the sand, due to the numerous shells and little fragments of red corals.

The Pink beach stands in Budelli, one of the islands of Sardinia (Italy). This odd beach takes name from the particular pink coral colour of the sand, due to the numerous shells and little fragments of red corals.

Pad locks of love in Italy.  Legend has it that if you and your loved one attach a padlock to any surface of the famous bridge and then throw away the key into the Arno River below, your love will last forever. Millions of couples have come to the Ponte Vecchio for expressly this reason, to lock in their love and throw away the key for eternity.....

Pad locks of love in Italy. Legend has it that if you and your loved one attach a padlock to any surface of the famous bridge and then throw away the key into the Arno River below, your love will last forever. Millions of couples have come to the Ponte Vecchio for expressly this reason, to lock in their love and throw away the key for eternity.....

The Sunken City of Baia, Italy. It was a Roman seaside resort on the Bay of Naples.Baiae was even more popular than Pompeii, Herculaneum, and Capri. Baiae was sacked by Muslim raiders in the 8th century AD and was deserted because of malaria by 1500. Because of coastal subsidence most of Baiae is now under water in the Bay of Naples, largely due to local volcanic activity.

The Sunken City of Baia, Italy. It was a Roman seaside resort on the Bay of Naples.Baiae was even more popular than Pompeii, Herculaneum, and Capri. Baiae was sacked by Muslim raiders in the 8th century AD and was deserted because of malaria by 1500. Because of coastal subsidence most of Baiae is now under water in the Bay of Naples, largely due to local volcanic activity.

12 tips for visiting Pompeii

12 tips for visiting Pompeii