Goethe’s diary-based work, ‘Italian Journey’, depicted his March 6, 1786 venture up Mount Vesuvius. Today visitors can reach the summit and safely peer down into its enormous and stunning crater. The breathtaking view from the top (1280 meters in elevation) will certainly make it a most memorable experience for you and your family.
The entire walk requires approximately 90 minutes, allowing time for picture taking and rest breaks. The walk begins from the parking area which is situated at about 1000 meters from the base. The ascent to the crater takes no more than twenty-five minutes…… read more by this article about Vesuvius the most dangerous Vulcano of Europe
You will have plenty of time to stroll along the crater’s edge and enjoy the captivating surroundings.
As your guide, I will be pleased to accompany you up to the summit of the volcano and to give you a detailed description of the history of the volcano’s many eruptions, of its many layers and rock variations, of its steam-gushing fumaroles, and to identify the points of interests seen from its peak. You will be capted by the view! Book here!
Once, you are ready, we may head back to the hiking trail. It is a moderate walking path rising about 800 meters. The top is situated at approximately 1280 meters above sea level.