Relatives of the victims of the coach crash have gathered outside the gym where the bodies are being held for identification.
The Mayor of Pozzuoli, Vincenzo Figliolia, was pictured crying as he left the gym.
38 people were killed and 10 injured when a coach plunged off a ravine in southern Italy on Sunday night.
Most of the bus is now cleared but in the wreckage there is still coach seats and children's toys.
The bus plunged more than 15 metres off a highway after smashing into several cars.
The wreckage of a bus that plunged off a motorway in southern Italy, killing at least 38 people, has been recovered and towed away from the crash site.
– Foreign Secretary William Hague
On behalf of the British Government, I express my sincere condolences to the families and loved ones of all of those who lost their lives in yesterday’s tragic coach crash.
Our thoughts are with them at this very difficult time.
At least 38 people have died, including many children, after a bus plunged 15 metres off a ravine in southern Italy, ANSA news agency is reporting.
Ten people are reportedly in a serious condition and remain in hospital.
Forty eight people are believed to have been on a bus which plunged from a viaduct in southern Italy, killing at least 37 people, according to the Associated Press.
Rescue operations are ongoing.
A damaged guardrail on the stretch of the road where a bus plunged off a highway in southern Italy has been pictured.
Police said it appeared the bus smashed into several cars that were slowed by heavy traffic before leaving the road.
At least 37 people have reportedly died after a coach plunged more than 15 metres off a viaduct in southern Italy, according to local news.
A local radio report said 11 people were hospitalised with injuries, two of them in very critical condition. It was not immediately known if there were other survivors or any missing.
A tour bus plunged off a highway into a ravine in southern Italy on Sunday night and smashed into several cars that had slowed in heavy traffic, killing at least 37 people, according to police and rescuers.
Flashing signs near Avellino, outside Naples, had warned motorists of slowed traffic along the stretch of the A116 autostrada, a major highway crossing southern Italy, before the crash occurred, said highway police and officials, speaking on state radio early Monday.
They said the bus driver, for reasons not yet determined, appeared to have lost control of his vehicle.