2 Volcanoes in Italy that you should visit - With photos & details

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2 Volcanoes to explore in Italy

Located in Southern Europe consisting of a peninsula delimited by the Alps and surrounded by several islands.

Monte VultureMonte Vulture, 85028 Rionero in Vulture, Province of Potenza, Italy

The isolated Monte Vulture is a stratovolcano with a summit caldera and a few parasitic cones that erupted lavas and pyroclastics covering 150 km2. The volcano was constructed on a ridge; the valley to the east and tributaries to the north and south became sediment traps for volcaniclastic materials emplaced by fluvial reworking and directly from volcanic activity.

Mount VesuviusMount Vesuvius, 80044 Ottaviano, Metropolitan City of Naples, Italy

Mount Vesuvius is a stratovolcano on the Gulf of Naples, Italy. It is about 9 kilometers east of Naples. It is the only volcano on the mainland of Europe that erupted in the last 100 years. The last major eruption was in 1944. Two other important active volcanos in Italy are on islands. They are Etna and Stromboli. Quiet risky trekking destination and also it is a picturesque spot that gives a panoramic view of this area.