Things to See & Do on The Amalfi Coast
Pompeii & Vesuvius
Pompeii is one of the most fascinating attractions that Italy has to offer. An ancient village buried and perfectly preserved by an eruption of Mount Vesuvius, excavations of the site have revealed buildings, artwork, an amphitheatre and much more. Explore the ruins and take the hike to Vesuvius’ crater.
Duomo of Naples
Naples’ Duomo, or cathedral, dates back to the 13th century and displays an elaborate interior of hand-painted frescoes and intricate bronze altar pieces. Its most famous acquirement however, is a vial of St. Januarius’ blood – which is said to liquefy on certain dates each year.
Naples claims to be the city that invented the pizza, and the surrounding towns do everything in their power to compete. From traditional Italian cuisine of pasta and pizza to seafood so fresh you can see the boats from your restaurant; the food along the Amalfi coast is simply incomparable.