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Pompeii Reserved Entry Ticket

1. Pompeii Reserved Entry Ticket

Visit this Roman city with all its temples, theaters, homes, and public buildings. On the morning of August 24, AD 79, the Vesuvius eruption took Pompeii's 11,000 residents by surprise. The dramatic event killed the inhabitants and the city was buried beneath ash. This event created one of the most preserved archeological sites in the world today.  Explore well-known sites such as the amphitheater, the Villa of Mysteries as well as the houses of Vettii and Faun, amongst others.

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Pompeii: Fast Track Entrance Ticket with Audio Guide

2. Pompeii: Fast Track Entrance Ticket with Audio Guide

Skip the long lines and discover the remains of the Roman city. See ancient ruins, destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD, leaving the city buried under mountains of volcanic ash. Take advantage of an audio guide service to see houses and everyday items that are still almost intact. Experience this everyday Roman town, almost like it was under the Roman Empire.

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Pompeii: Small-Group Tour with an Archeologist

3. Pompeii: Small-Group Tour with an Archeologist

Transport yourself back to Roman times on a guided tour of Pompeii led by an archeologist. Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site for 2 hours with the help of your expert guide, who will take you around the city preserved by volcanic ash from Mount Vesuvius’ eruption in 79 AD. Choose the experience you would like to have, with the choice of either a shared small-group tour or a private tour for your and your group alone. Skip the line when you enter the city at Porta Marina Superiore, one of the ancient city’s 7 gates. Walk the main streets and wander around the Forum, the old heart of the city and the center of public life. From here you can see Mount Vesuvius overlooking the city. Discover highlights such as the basilica (business and legal center), thermal baths, temples, bakery and great Theater of Pompeii. Listen to interesting anecdotes from your archeological guide, who will tell you about people who lived in Pompeii. Peek at plaster casts of those who were in the city at the time of the eruption. See well-maintained artworks, mosaics, and frescoes and travel back nearly 2000 years. Highlights include the House of the Vetti and the Lupanar Brothel. Find out how this famous brothel got its name and see its preserved stone beds and frescoes. Get great tips from your guide at the end of the tour about how to spend the rest of your day, or even choose to stay inside the archeological site longer to explore on your own. Get directions to the Sanctuary Dedicated to Our Lady of the Holy Rosary, the local cathedral that is located close to the excavation site. You can also get directed to the Amphitheater and Orto dei Fuggiaschi.

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Pompeii, Herculaneum & Naples: 3-Day City Pass

4. Pompeii, Herculaneum & Naples: 3-Day City Pass

Purchase the Naples & Campania Artecard for access to over 40 monuments, museums, and archaeological sites, including Ruins of Pompei, Herculaneum, the Catacombs of Saint Gennaro and Saint Gaudioso, National Archaeological Museum, MADRE, Museum and Royal Wood of Capodimonte, Royal Palace of Naples, The Bourbon Tunnel, Castel Sant'Elmo, Certosa of San Martino, Royal Palace of Caserta, Paestum, and the Archaeological Museum of Capua. Enjoy free admission to 2 museums or sites and discounted admission to all other museums and archaeological sites visited thereafter. Explore the city as you travel for free on the Naples & Campania regional public transportation network (UnicoCampania public transport system).

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Naples and Pompeii: Half-Day Tour

5. Naples and Pompeii: Half-Day Tour

After your scheduled pick-up at 08:15, begin a 2-hour sightseeing tour of Naples with stops at the city's cathedral to visit the Treasure Chapel and San Restituta Basilica. Then drive to Plebiscite Square to see the front of the Royal Palace and the majestic Neoclassical church of San Francesco di Paola. From there head to the Town Hall Square; home to the New Castle built by the French family of Anjou. Your tour of Naples ends on a terrace at Posillipo, giving use some of the best views over the entire city. From there drive to Pompeii, one of the world's most famous historic sites. Once at Pompeii, your tour guide will take you to this ancient city's most fascinating places like the Forum, Thermal Baths, Vetti’s house and the Lupanare, burnt, covered, and preserved by volcanic ashes during the massive volcanic eruption in 79 A.D. After taking in the history of Pompeii, return to Naples, and get dropped off at your choice of destination at around 13:30.

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Pompeii, Vesuvius, and Sorrento Day Tour from Naples

6. Pompeii, Vesuvius, and Sorrento Day Tour from Naples

Enjoy a superb 8-hour tour that combines diverse experiences, driving along the coast of the Sorrentine Peninsula to the laid-back town of Sorrento, an elegant seaside town on the Tyrrhenian Sea. A favorite among artists, poets, and musicians, including Goethe, its unique atmosphere gave inspiration to famous characters like Casanova. Stroll through elegant piazzas, and experience the Italian lifestyle, wandering along narrow streets lined with little shops, high fashion boutiques, outdoor cafès, and restaurants. Continue to Pompeii to walk along roads once walked on by Roman citizens in the bustling town before it was destroyed by the volcanic eruption of Vesuvius in 79 A.D. Temples, houses, villas, shops, and theaters were all frozen in time by the event, and the ruins are a like a time machine back to the days of the Roman Empire. Finally, drive to the top of the very volcano that destroyed Pompeii nearly 2,000 years ago and get breathtaking views of the islands of Capri and Ischia, the Bay of Naples, and more.

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Pompeii Skip-the-Line Daily Group Tour

7. Pompeii Skip-the-Line Daily Group Tour

Travel back in time to the days of the Roman Empire on a guided tour of the ruins of Pompeii. Buried by the molten lava and ash of Vesuvius after it erupted in 79 AD, Pompeii was frozen in time until its rediscovery in the late 16th century. Join an archaeologist guide and walk along the streets of Pompeii, learning more about the history and mysteries of the Romans that lived there almost 2,000 years ago. Visit preserved buildings, such as temples, villas, shops, and brothels. Marvel at frescoes left intact, and the ruins of thermal baths rich in marble and mosaics. Go to the Forum to learn about the heart of political life in the city. See the remains of the Macellum Market and Red Light District, and gaze in wonder at the human casts of Pompeii inhabitants caught in the exact pose in which they died when Vesuvius erupted.

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From Rome: Pompeii and Herculaneum Small Group Tour

8. From Rome: Pompeii and Herculaneum Small Group Tour

Catch a fast train wit your pre-booked tickets from Rome to Naples and enjoy a guided tour of Pompeii and Herculaneum in a small group. Escape the hustle and bustle of the Italian capital for the day. Meet your guide upon arrival at Naples central station. Take a short drive by comfortable minivan from Naples to Pompeii. Visit the highlights of Pompeii with your guide including the newly-opened houses, the plaster casts of victims, the brothel, and much more. Enjoy some free time for shopping or for lunch. Set off on a quick transfer to Herculaneum by minivan for a two-hour visit of the site. Discover the ruins and other archeological highlights; stop at the House of Neptune and Amphitrite, and at the beach where hundred of skeletons are preserved. Relax on a minivan transfer back to Naples central station to catch a fast train back to Rome. Trains from Rome are comfortable and high-speed, reaching Naples in just 70 minutes.

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From Naples: Private Pompeii, Mount Vesuvius and Winery Tour

9. From Naples: Private Pompeii, Mount Vesuvius and Winery Tour

This tour begins with collection from a pre-arranged meeting point, and your driver will then take you to three key sites of the Naples region. Firstly, Pompeii is of unparalleled importance and a trip to the area would be incomplete without visiting the town, which was buried under a vast layer of burning stone and ash when Vesuvius erupted in AD79. Thanks to this layer of ash, everything was incredibly well-preserved so that visitors today can walk around an intact Roman town, enter houses, temples, amphitheatres and even a brothel, and truly feel what it was like to live in Roman times. The second stop is a vineyard located near the base of Mount Vesuvius. Here, you will be able to taste some delicious local wines and visit the vineyard. Boscotrecase, where it is located, is a town of intense agricultural activity, especially directed to the production of fine wines. Finally, visit Vesuvius itself, still an active volcano. It is a sight of rare beauty, and it was the first volcano in the world to be studied systematically (by the will of the ruling House of Bourbon). Today, Vesuvius is still monitored and controlled. See this wonder of nature to make your trip to the Naples region complete.

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From Naples: Pompeii, Sorrento, and Positano Day Tour

10. From Naples: Pompeii, Sorrento, and Positano Day Tour

Discover 3 of Campania's most uniquely fascinating locations on a chauffeured day tour from the Naples cruise port. The first stop is Pompeii, the world-famous site of one of Ancient Rome's greatest tragedies. See the archaeological treasures and curios of a once-vibrant town buried beneath meters of volcanic ash and pumice after the eruption of the nearby Mount Vesuvius. Your driver will then transport you to the stunning Sorrento coastline, where citrus groves, olive trees, and traditional mozzarella farms add a rustic charm to the natural beauty. Walk the meandering alleys where local artisans produce wood products and limoncello, admire the local art and sample world-beating ice cream, made fresh daily! The journey continues to Positano, nestled within the heart of the Amalfi Coast. Here the magnificent shoreline scenery and pastel-colored houses cascading down towards the beaches have provided a haven and inspiration to visiting artists and writers for most of the last century.

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What people are saying about House of the Vettii

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The tour is amazing. You will learn about how the Romans lived, their great inventions, you will be able to understand and see evidence from 2000 years ago. The tour lasts 2 hours, enough to visit the most important buildings. The Ancient City is huge and you will need more than one day to see it all. I recommend wear comfortable shoes because there’s a lot of walking.

Nello is an Italian archaeologist who speaks perfect French. the visit was very interesting, full of anecdotes and details.

Nice day with the guide Giulia who is very knowledgeable and passionate. Highly recommended

GetYourGuide made it really easy to have a fantastic experience! I highly recommend them.

Excellent! Very nice, perfect French, and lots of anecdotes. Thank you !