Welcome to Campi Flegrei, a land rich in history and scenic beauty.
The Campi Flegrei are a large territory that embraces the islands of Ischia and Procida and owe their charm to the volcanic nature of the subsoil. Scholars believe that there are about forty volcanoes in the area, some still active and which are the cause of the phenomenon of bradyseism, the Greeks called them "The Burning Fields".
The Campi Flegrei are a mine of archaeological treasures, a real open-air museum that will take you back in time.
Imagine walking among the ancient Roman ruins, walking along thousand-year-old cobbled streets and exploring the mysteries of ancient temples.
You will be able to walk among the fumaroles and boiling mud pools of the Solfatara in Pozzuoli, experiencing the volcanic activity still going on in the Campi Flegrei up close, and see the Flavian amphitheater where you can immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the games of the ancient gladiators.
Or you can take a tour with a walk along the coast of Baia, an ancient Roman city famous for its sumptuous noble villas, visit the Baia Castle, home to the Campi Flegrei archaeological museum, and the Archaeological Park of the Terme di Baia, enjoying a spectacular view of the sea.
Do not miss the opportunity to discover the Campi Flegrei with an expert tour guide and contact me to book an exciting tour in the Campi Flegrei.