The immortal city. This suggestive place owes its fame to the devastating eruption of Vesuvius in ’79, a catastrophic event that has stopped time forever in this well-known Roman necropolis. Although it is not the only city to bear the obvious signs of the devastation, the ruins of Pompeii are without a doubt the largest and most important.
Extraordinary are the finds found in this open-air museum, from the bodies of the population involved, to the frescoes and mosaics still intact in the villas, in a suggestive scenario that still keeps ancient Pompeii alive.