If you have a tight schedule in Napoli, can't afford a day to go to Pompeii, and don't want to miss the remains of the ancient Greek / Roman civilization, then this is a wonderful scenic spot. Near Napoli, less than 10 minutes by train, smaller than Pompeii, it takes half a day for ancient civilization to shock its own mind.
The ancient city of Hekuranim, located on the outskirts of Naples, is a famous relic of an ancient Italian city. It was destroyed by an unexpected volcanic eruption in BC. Later, under the excavation of archaeologists, a section of rubble wall is presented in front of us.
It's very happy. There are relatively few tour groups here. They can avoid the crowded people. The environment is very good in all respects.
The scale is also smaller than Pompeii. It takes half a day for ancient civilization to shock its own mind.
Italians are highly qualified, so there is no feeling of too commercial scenic spots there.
This ancient city was destroyed by volcanoes two thousand years ago.
An ancient city destroyed by volcanoes, though not as famous as Pompeii, is still amazing when new buildings are built on a pile of ruins.