Naples & Pompeii

from 130,00

A day of exploration in Naples & Pompeii

A whole day tour that includes a visit to the historical centre of Naples, walking by Piazza del Plebiscito, Piazza del Municipio, the Gallery Umberto I, the Royal Palace and the San Carlo Opera House.

We then take  a visit inside the excavations of Pompeii, the famous Roman city destroyed by an eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD, surely one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world. Due to its excellent state of preservation it has given an invaluable and unique insight into the Roman world. Details of everyday life and the large number of frescoes well preserved  have been a major advance in art history of the ancient world.  Ash, pumice and other vulcanic debris covered and preserved  the city, therefore, it has been possible  to reconstruct the opulent lifestyle that was enjoyed by the wealthier citizens of the early Roman Empire.

A Pizza lunch will be served in a local restaurant.

Time permitting, during your trip, there will be one stop in a shop where you will be able to see the artistic work of cameo products.

Please note that, according to Italian law, the driver is obliged to make two stops on long-distance excursions.

What is included in this tour?
  • Transportation by A/C minivan with English speaking driver (2-7 pax) or by A/C coach with English speaking tour escort (from 8 pax)
  • Professional Guide in Naples and Pompeii
  • Entrance tickets
  • Pizza lunch including drinks
  • Free pick-up service from centrally located hotels
  1. Roma Start of the tour

    Departure by bus with air conditioning in direction Naples

  2. Nápoles Napoli

    It is the most populated city in southern Italy, with more than 6 million inhabitants, and capital of the Campania region.

    It is located halfway between Mount Vesuvius and another volcanic area, the Flégreos Fields.

    It has a great historical, artistic, cultural and gastronomic wealth, which led UNESCO to declare its historic center a World Heritage Site.

  3. Pompeya The city unearthed

    Famous Roman city destroyed after the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD, without doubt one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world. Thanks to its excellent state of conservation, several details of the daily life of the ancient Romans have been discovered. Ashes, lava and other volcanic debris covered and preserved the city, so it has been possible to reconstruct the opulent lifestyle enjoyed by the wealthiest citizens at the beginning of the Roman Empire.

  4. Roma End of our services

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Plaza del Plebiscito

Ubicada en el corazón de la ciudad, con una superficie de unos 25.000 metros cuadrados, en la plaza se encuentran algunos de los edificios históricos más importantes de Nápoles, como el Palacio Real, la Basílica de San Francisco de Paula, el Palacio de la Prefectura o el Palacio de Salerno.


Pompeya fue una ciudad de la Antigua Roma ubicada en la región de Campania, que fue enterrada por la violenta erupción del Vesubio el 24 de agosto del año 79 d. C. Sus habitantes fallecieron debido al flujo piroclástico.