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Castellammare di Stabia

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Castellammare di Stabia is a comune in the Metropolitan City of Naples, Campania region, in Italy. It is situated on the Bay of Naples about 30 kilometres southeast of Naples, on the route to Sorrento. The excavation of Roman villas preserved by the eruption of Vesuvius in AD 79 is currently underway. But you can visit Villa Arianna and Villa San Marco. To visit them there is no need for a ticket.

It lies next to the ancient Roman city of Stabiae, which was destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79. The castle, of the city it takes its name from, was erected around the 9th century on a hill commanding the southern side of the Gulf of Naples. It was restored during the reign of Frederick II of Hohenstaufen and enlarged by King Charles I of Anjou. Wilipedia

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Photo Gallery of Walk  – Funivia Castellammare to Via Giuseppe Bonito
Approximately 2.16 km – 1.34 miles

Funivia Castellammare – Piazza Unità d’Italia – Via Regina Margherita – Via Guglielmo Marconi  – Via Nocera – Chiesa di Santa Maria dell’Orto, Strada Santa Maria dell’Orto – Cassarmonica, Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi – Via Giuseppe Mazzini – Via Giuseppe Bonito – Concattedrale Di Maria Santissima, Piazza Papa Giovanni XXIII – Via Giuseppe Bonito – Stabia Main Port – Via Giuseppe Bonito – Torre dell’Orologio, Piazza Cristoforo Colombo – Via Giuseppe Bonito

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