Herculaneum From Rome on a Tour to Amalfi Coast

If you’re thinking about visiting Pompeii on your tour to the Amalfi Coast, then you’ll want to add Herculaneum too. It’s less crowded, better preserved, and has plenty of shade. Unlike Pompeii, Herculaneum was a thriving commercial center rather than a residential town. Here, you’ll have around 2 hours to discover the archaeological excavations with […]

The Tower of Hercules, A Coruna’s Magnificent Lighthouse

A lighthouse known as the Tower of Hercules can be found on an elevated promontory with a vantage point over the Atlantic Ocean. It was inhabited during the time of the Romans and is now recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has undergone numerous restorations, and the sections that are the most ancient […]

Exploring the Wonders of the Roman Herculaneum

Herculaneum is a wonder in its own right, despite the fact that Pompeii is the more well-known of the two. This eerie ghost town has been kept so well that it gives visitors a look into Roman life, complete with plunge pools, beautiful mosaics, carbonized furniture, and even skeletons that appear to be in a […]

The Impact of Roman Herculaneum on Society

Herculaneum provides a fascinating look into Roman society, and while Pompeii is more well-known, it is well worth visiting both. As a result of Herculaneum being buried by slower-falling pyroclastic ash, a significantly greater number of private homes and artifacts of daily life have been preserved. Carbon dating and protein analysis of skeletons, for instance, […]

6 Reasons to Invest in a Roman Herculaneum

Herculaneum is a different town from Pompeii, despite both being destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in the year 79 AD. This is because Herculaneum and Pompeii are frequently discussed in the same context. It was a more prosperous place than Pompeii, as evidenced by the more ornate houses and expensive marble cladding that […]