Naples, Pompeii, and Capri!!!

Ciao a tutti!

I’m currently studying abroad at the OU campus in Arezzo, Italy for the fall semester. For our third week into the semester, the entire program took a weekend trip to Naples, Pompeii, and Capri! Leaving Arezzo early on Friday morning, we were able to arrive to our first stop in Pompeii by around noon. We explored the ruins of the city of Pompeii and were able to learn a lot about the history with the help of our incredible professors. In Pompeii we visited buildings and areas which once functioned as the city’s Forum, houses of citizens, an amphitheater, and temples. My favorite part of the ancient city was ironically the beautiful view of Mount Vesuvius in the distance.






For the second day of our trip we visited the gorgeous island of Capri. By taking a ferry from Naples, we were able to make it to the island in only an hour. Once we arrived we quickly switched from the giant ferry to a boat which was going to give us a tour around the island. On the tour we got to see caves, beaches, and the numerous million-dollar houses and yachts of Capri. My favorite part of the tour being the quick swim we were able to take in the blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea. My least favorite part being the seasickness of course. Nevertheless, the tour was incredible and afterwards we were able spend the remainder of the day on our own. Me and my friends decided to split a taxi and make our way up to the town of Anacapri. There we shopped, ate a delicious meal, and got gelato of course! Anacapri was perfect. The architecture was stunning, and the environment was peaceful. After adventuring through the town, we decided to take a chair lift to the highest point in Capri. There we were able to enjoy the most spectacular views of the sea, the beaches and the horizon.




The weekend trip to Naples, Capri, and Pompeii was an amazing experience. I’m so grateful to have had the opportunity to travel to these destinations!!

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