A weekend immersed in culture in this mysterious place called "Ardent" known for being located in a huge volcanic caldera formed millions of years ago. The following tour includes: private guide, museum and activity entrance fees, breakfast.
After checking in your accomodation (B&B, apartment or hotel) in Pozzuoli, you will start your adventure with the guided visit of the 3rd largest Colosseum in Italy, the Flavium Amphitheater. You'll discover the perfectly perserved underground chambers, where Gladiators and animals prepared for battles. Then, you'll walk through the Historic Center of Pozzuoli, the ancient commercial port of Roman era, that overlooks the beautiful islands of Procida and Ischia, with Solfatara volcano behind it.
The second day will be dedicated to the discovery of this small town, the jewel of Phlegraean Fields, Bacoli. It was a kind of "resort" for Ancient Romans, where they built the most beautiful and important villas overlooking the sea. The Romans used to come here to enjoy thermal baths and relax after ardous battles. You'll spend the morning visiting the Roman thermal complex and the underwater city.
The last day is dedicated to the visit of the first Greek-Roman colony in Italy, the ancient Kyme, now called Cuma. The archaeological site of Cuma is the oldest and the most important testimonial of Greek first and then Romans' passage. You'll discover the myths and legends of this place, such as the Sibil Cave