Wandering through Pompeii, one enters an unreal atmosphere. It’s a necropolis seemingly teeming with life, frozen in time since 79 AD, yet it appears to have slumbered for only moments. Pompeii’s excavations, covering a vast area, vividly depict the Roman era in its villas, the main Forum, and surrounding buildings. From the perfectly preserved frescoes of the Villa of the Mysteries to the grandeur of the House of the Faun, from temples and baths to the amphitheater, every glance transports you back in time, into the splendor of the Roman Empire. An open-air museum, Pompeii, alongside Herculaneum and Torre Annunziata, continues to leave us breathless with its testament to vitality.