The Unexpected Joy of Paestum (No, I’d never heard of it either)

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  1. Margie DQ says:

    Love the history! My son loves Greek mythology – this would interest him. #citytripping

  2. I’d like to have this just outside my campsite doorstep :) #citytripping

  3. Lydia C. Lee says:

    WOW! Just WOW! and you can camp there??? Amazing #Citytripping

  4. Always fun to find those places you haven’t heard of but end up enjoying! I would also be intrigued to see the everyday paraphernalia like hairpins and cooking utensils. It’s always fun to think about who used them and how they used these items. #citytripping

  5. Great intro to Paestum! We’ve just been to Pompeii and Herculaneum so I’ve heard of Paestum and would love to go and visit next time. It really is hard to comprehend that these buildings have been around for 2000 years and that they were constructed pretty much by hand. No computers!

  1. November 15, 2016

    […] site of Pompeii, Laura from Have Kids Can Travel discovered the historical delights of the ancient Greek city of Paestum. On the grounds you can discover ruins, mosaics and temples of the city that was taken over by the […]

  2. February 17, 2020

    […] older than the ancient Romans (one of my most memorable days from our Italian road trip was the day we spent at Paestum – no one ever talks about it, and yet it was ancient when the Romans were there, being the […]

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