Explore Europe’s largest active volcano with our half-day tour. We will take you up to 2000 mt above mean sea level, the highest you can get by car, where you will have the chance to admire the Silvestri Craters, originated after an eruption in 1892 and named after volcanologist Orazio Silvestri who discovered them; the craters have been inactive for many years now, so visitors can climb them, walk right down to their floor, and be completely safe. Around the area there is plenty of open space, which makes it ideal for people who like hiking or, if you are a photography lover, you can just climb the craters, enjoy the view and let the camera do the rest. If you would rather relax and have something to eat, you also have the option of visiting “Rifugio Sapienza”, the local mountain shelter, which comprises of hotel, café and restaurant so you will have ample choice depending on what you fancy. If then you are more an adventurous-type of person, and want to spend a bit of extra time, you can easily catch the cable car and climb to an altitude of 2500 mt from where, if you want to push yourself even further, you can be transported on a special coach designed for volcanic pavements (or a snowcat during the snowy season) up to 2920 mt, very close to the mountain’s summit. Another popular attraction is also the visit of a lava cave with helmets and torches, located not far from the Rifugio Sapienza. For more details contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call/whatsapp +39 340 672 82 65.