The Neapolitan pizza, with a soft and thin dough, but with high edges, is the version of the round pizza prepared in the city of Naples.
An art handed down for hundreds of years and declared intangible heritage of humanity by UNESCO.
Pizzaiolo for a day, a unique experience that only in the city of pizza you can live.
Wine, the nectar of the gods. That of Vesuvius, already known by the Romans and loved by the god Bacchus, depicted in Pompeii on the slopes of the volcano, covered with grapes. The Coda di Volpe, Piedirosso, and Aglianico varieties are just some of those that compete for the realization of the famous Lacryma Christi, white and red.
A Campania tradition that dates back to ancient times.
Pizzaiolo for a day, a unique experience that you can fully experience only in the territory of origin of the pizza.
The Neapolitan pizza, with a soft and thin dough, but with high edges, is the round version of the pizza, with the “made in Naples” brand. The art of the Neapolitan pizza maker, handed down for hundreds of years, was proclaimed by Unesco in 2017 an "indisputable cultural heritage" of humanity.
An ascent to the most famous crater edge in the world, climbed by scholars and intellectuals of all ages. We will reach the crater edge on the south - west side of the volcanic building admiring its magnificence and tracing the history that made it famous, particularly in the eruptive period 1631-1944 which also saw the construction of the famous funicular.
We'll sail out over the Gulf of Levante, from Vesuvius to the Lattari Mountains, starting from the port of Torre del Greco, along the coast of 79 AD, the Rock of Hercules to the cliff of the Turtle Rock, to discover the marine nature and history of this incredible stretch of coast.