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  • Naples

    Naples
    The first impression when you are in Naples is 'dirt', 'chaos', 'disorder'. As you get used to it, you start enjoying the city. If you are brave enough to drive, you will probably notice that the traffic chaos is in fact a super-efficient way of moving along the city. You do not have to panic when are completely surrounded by Vespas or when in a two lane street there are three rows of car (or even more!).
  • San Paolo Stadium in Naples

    San Paolo Stadium in Naples
    At the heart of Naples, in the neighborhood of the Fuorigrotta, we find the San Paolo Stadium that serves as a regular venue in the league matches to the SSC Napoli.
  • My Most Memorable Travel Escapade in 2011

    My Most Memorable Travel Escapade in 2011
    My summer of 2011 ended with an amazing trip to Sorrento, Italy. It was without a doubt, my most memorable travel escapade of 2011 - possibly the most memorable travel escape I will ever have! Read on to see what made it so memorable.
  • The Last Days of Pompeii... or the Start of Lomography?

    The Last Days of Pompeii... or the Start of Lomography?
    When I was very young (11 year old) I took some photos of Pompeii. These photos were taken with a Kodak Instamatic camera, with the eye of a child. Back in 1976, Lomography was still unknown, but these old photos are taken in this style. Maybe the beauty of Lomography is to take photos with the style of a very young boy?
  • Ancient Ruins through the Lomo Lens: Pompeii

    Ancient Ruins through the Lomo Lens: Pompeii
    How many times when you visit an archaeological site of some kind, do you see tourists weighed down by their heavy camera gear? Leave the digital grind behind, sling a Diana F+ around your shoulders, slip a couple of additional lenses into your pocket, and see those ancient monuments from a different perspective.
  • Pretty Pristine Pompeii

    Pretty Pristine Pompeii
    How can a city destructed by a catastrophic eruption of a mighty volcano be beautiful?
  • LomoLocations: Vesuvius National Park

    LomoLocations: Vesuvius National Park
    My holiday to Sorrento wouldn't have been complete without a trip to the crater of the ever present Mount Vesuvius. It's not the easiest walk on a hot day but the views are worth it and with the right camera, if the weather allows, you'll capture some spectacular panoramas.
  • Out To Sea: Sorrento, Capri, and Amalfi

    Out To Sea: Sorrento, Capri, and Amalfi
    Deciding to get married in Italy gave me the chance to visit some of the most beautiful coastlines I have ever seen. Not only was Sorrento itself amazing but short trips out to sea gave me the opportunity to see Capri and the even more stunning Amalfi Coast.
  • Pompeii

    Pompeii
    The city of Pompeii is certainly a sight to behold. My sole reason of staying in the Campania region was to visit this infamous site. Having been buried in meters and meters of volcanic ash and pumice way back in 24 August 79, the city was recently discovered sometime in the 1700's and since then massive excavation work has ensued to bring forth this lost civilization still preserved and fresh as the day it was built.
  • Awesome Pizza at Pizzeria Aurora

    Awesome Pizza at Pizzeria Aurora
    Pizza is one of my favorite foods. Freshly-made traditional Italian pizza is even better. I only had one when visiting Sorrento in Italy but I might very well have picked the best!
  • From Naples to Capri: My First Adventure in Black and White

    From Naples to Capri: My First Adventure in Black and White
    It was October 2010, I was living in Perugia and didn't know what to do for a week. That's when I decided to put on my backpack and get to know the Campania, one of the most beautiful regions in Italy. The first stop of my adventure was Naples, the capital. The second was Capri, the Island of Love.
  • Wedding Spot: Chiesa Di San Francesco

    Wedding Spot: Chiesa Di San Francesco
    If like me your ideal wedding does not involve hundreds of guests, packed out churches, and big ceremonies then why not go abroad? It's not as expensive, you can keep the numbers down and if you look around, you can find a simply stunning location. For this piece I present the Chiesa Di San Francesco.
  • Ravello

    Ravello
    Ravello has the most divine panoramic view of Italy! Ravello is situated near the Amalfi coast, in Italy, near Naples, on a splendid position, on a rocky spur astride the Dragon's and Reginna's Valleys. Ravello was an important town of the Maritime Republic of Amalfi, an important trading power in the Mediterranean between 839 and around 1200. But when the people from Pisa attacked and sacked it, a slow decline began.
  • Capri

    Capri
    As long as I remember I've always wanted to visit this island. I finally had the chance last April while on a trip with friends. We stayed in Sorrento, so Capri was easily accessible by ferry boat. We were rushing about enjoying the other sights of the Campania region and just managed to catch the last boat to the island.
  • La Isla de Capri

    La Isla de Capri
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Es una preciosa isla italiana situada en la costa sur del Golfo de Nápoles. Gracias a su espléndida belleza natural y a su suave clima durante todo el año, siempre fue un lugar muy deseado; primero por emperadores, reyes y príncipes y después por celebridades como, Brigitte Bardot, Ava Gadner, Jacqueline Kennedy o Grace Kelly, hoy este paraíso natural es la isla preferida por Top Modelos, diseñadores y cineastas.
  • Italia Lomografica: La Costiera Amalfitana

    Italia Lomografica: La Costiera Amalfitana
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Patrimonio dell'UNESCO dal 1997, la costiera amalfitana è un buon motivo per visitare la Campania.
  • Vacanze di Autunno in Italia: Pompei !

    Vacanze di Autunno in Italia: Pompei !
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Due venezuelane decidono di attraversare l'oceano Atlantico per la prima volta, la destinazione scelta: Italia. Città: tutte quelle possibili da visitare in 14 giorni.
  • Nápoles

    Nápoles
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Lo primero que piensas cuando llegas a Nápoles es 'suciedad', 'caos', 'desorden'. Una vez acostrumbrado a eso, comienzas a disfrutar de la ciudad. Si eres suficientemente valiente para conducir, comprobarás que el caótico tráfico es en realidad un modo súper eficiente para moverse por la ciudad. No debes tener miedo cuando te encuentres rodeado de Vespas o cuando en una calle de dos carriles hay tres hileras de coches (¡o incluso más!).
  • Italia Lomográfica: La Costa Amalfitana

    Italia Lomográfica: La Costa Amalfitana
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Patrimonio de la UNESCO desde 1997, la Costa Amalfitana es motivo suficiente para vistar la región de Campania.
  • Italia Lomografica:La poesia della Costiera amalfitana

    Italia Lomografica:La poesia della Costiera amalfitana
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    La costiera Amalfitana, da sempre terra di naviganti e di inventori ma anche ispirazione per poeti, scrittori e grandi compositori. Vi propongo un viaggio tra queste terre, veri e propri dipinti incorniciati da un indaco cielo e da un mare smeraldo, viste attraverso gli occhi di illustri visitatori.

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