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We were on boat tour to the vulcano Stromboli. Through the day we stopped at the island and have a little walk arround which was very nice. At the evening we went arround the island with a boat to watch the vulcano. We haven't seen...More
Did the trek up to the volcano whilst visiting the island. Don't be fooled, its not easy!! The walk is tough going and you have to keep up with the group but the view is definitely worth it.The volcano erupted roughly every 5 minutes when...More
We did a fine day cruise from Milazzo to Stromboli, with an additional stop in Panarea, in May of 2018, aboard the Eolian Princess. The boat carried about a hundred people, mostly Italians, but with a sprinkling of French and English, and 2 Americans. North...More
This might've been my best experience yet. Although it was raining almost on the entire climb, when we got up the skies cleared a bit and we got to marvel the frequent eruptions from several of the volcano's fissures. Good physical condition is needed, and...More
We had a tour to the crater, sadly we didn't see anything because of the fog. But the day after we had a wonderful view (and good food and wine) from the Observatorium, with spectacular eruptions every few minutes.
This was sensational. We got our excursion from Lipari. The group sizes to the top are 20 people (ish), and trust me.... there are a lot of people who do this! The seas had been rough the few days beforehand, so the trip hadn’t run...More
OK I appreciate I’m contributing to the problem but realistically far too many tourists descend on the island of Stromboli. What they come to see is the eruptions which can only be seen from a boat and does not actually need you to set foot...More
It takes 6 hours to go to the summit and back. Experience not to be missed when you are there. The walk is a bit strenuous but the pace is slow and most people people can do it. Seeing eruptions every 5 to 10 minutes,...More