Enjoy a half-day tour to the Roman ruins of Pompeii and learn about life in ancient Italy while exploring the compelling archeological site. See Mount Vesuvius, the volcano that destroyed Pompeii, and visit uncovered remains of Roman life from 79 A.D.
What to Expect
Experience the wonder of the ancient archaeological site at Pompeii and gain a unique insight into this UNESCO World Heritage Site from your guide on a half-day tour.
Pompeii was lost for 1700 years, partially destroyed and buried under ash and pumice after the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D. On this tour you’ll see the uncovered remains of life as it was on the day of the eruption. See the ancient baths, bakeries, the arena, and even the brothel.
The frozen remnants of Pompeii tells a compelling story about the day the volcano erupted. Continued excavation of the site has revealed statues, skeletons, and tools for you to see. Not only that, but you’ll also learn about what people were eating, the clothes they were wearing, and much more about the day of the eruption.
- Half-day tour bus service
- English-speaking guide
- Headphones inside ruins with live commentary
What's Not Included
- Entrance fees
- Meals and personal shopping
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund
Know Before You Go
• Clients under 18 are entitled to free admission to state archaeological sites and museums upon production of a valid identity document
• For clients aged from 18 to 25, 50% discount on entrance fees is available upon production of a valid identity document
• Excursions may operate in 2 languages: the languages may vary depending on the daily demand
• Please provide hotel name/accommodation address in order to reconfirm exact pick-up point
Please find below a list of things we would suggest taking with you:
• Flat comfortable shoes for walking
• Sun cream, bottle of water, umbrella and a jumper
• Money for extras, optional meals, and entrance fees are not included
• Passports in order to get free, or reduced, admittance to state museums and excavation sites. Age restrictions apply
• All archaeological sites do not permit visitors to carry take handbags, backpacks, luggage, or cases larger than 30x30x15 centimeters