The Beauty & the Beast- Tour by train
We can meet at the Herculaneum circumvesuviana station and we'll catch a bus to Vesuvius, which drives to the height of 1000 meters and than you have to hike the last part of the peak to reach and walk along the edge of the crater. Than we can go to Herculaneum, an other important archeological site, World Heritage, which was a luxus tourist resort of Ancient Times, better preserved than Pompei and where you can breath the atmosphere of the Roman city. Amazing experience!
Meeting at the circumvesuviana train station in Ercolano Scavi
drive by public transport to Vesuvius
arrival at the parking place of 1000 mt
hike to the top of the crater (1 hour and half to go back and forth)
back to Herculaneum
walk to the archeological site and visit (about 2 hours)
back to the circumvesuviana train station
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building, Suggested by Guide: Please send me a message to decide the meeting place according to your needs. I can arrange private transport on request.
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 7 hours
In case of bad weather conditions the access to the crater might be closed
Public transport and walking
A private transport is available on request. Please write for a quote
Estimated Local Cash Needed
39 eur - Per person: €11 ticket for Herculaneum €20 bus to Vesuvius and entrance fee to the crater. €8 tickets back and forth by train from Sorrento
I am not a driver. I can accompany you in your vehicle or I can arrange for a separate car and driver.
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Valentina was great! She picked us up promptly, and narrated everything along the drive to Herculaneum - very knowledgeable and likable! Valentina knew everything about Herculaneum and was able to answer every one of the many questions we had as we walked through antiquity with her. She was always looking for ways to add value, probing as to where we might like to eat, visit and walk - in addition to the simple tour that we'd booked with her. What a treasure!