Vesuvius is the famous volcano of Naples, the city’s landmark.
In addition to the sad story of the 79 BC. The devastating eruption which buried with lava and turn on and off the cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum, Vesuvius is also known for its vineyards and the wine road to the slopes of the volcano, the Teardrop Christi.
Since 1944 the Vesuvius is said to be ‘asleep’, the current volcanic activity is characterized only by isolated columns of smoke.
And ‘possible to reach the mouth of the volcano through a small path leading to the edge of the crater, which has about 1. 5 km in circumference. The view that you can enjoy from here is indescribable: the Amalfi coast, the sea and the Gulf of Naples and its islands.