Museums / Culture
Kid Friendly: Yes. Kids are welcome under parents supervision
Persons on wheelchairs can make the tour, but they need helper to go across the roads and to get in some of the buildings.
Maximum travelers: 10
Italian (fluent), English (fluent)
a dip in ancient Rome - skip the line included
Ask anyone from around the world to name a site of archaeological significance and most will immediately answer, 'Pompeii!'
The site of Pompeii is of unparalleled importance and a trip to the area of Campania for those with even the slightest interest in history, culture, society or archaeology would be incomplete without visiting the town that was buried under a vast layer of burning stone and ash when the volcano they thought dormant, 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, amphitheaters and even a brothel, and truly feel what it was like to live in Roman times.
The western part of Pompeii where the most important public buildings homes and shops are located.
Highlights: the Marina Gate, the Basilica (court house), the Forum (main square) with markets temples and municipal buildings, the Stabian baths, the Lupanar (brothel), the bakery, the house of Menander, The theaters, the plaster casts. and much more
**AS YOU ARRIVE TO POMPEII I CAN BUY THE TICKETS FOR YOU IF YOU WISH, SO TO SKIP THE LINE, EVERYTHING WILL BE DONE IN 5-10 MINUTES**
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Pompeii "Porta Marina Superiore", just 100metres away from the Circumvesuviana train Station.
End location: Same as the meeting location.
Duration: 2 hours
This is a walking tour.
No transportation included.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
15 euro - admission fees
prices per person
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Felicia was an excellent guide for Pompeii. Our group had a variety of ages and she kept everyone interested and engaged. She spent the time necessary to ensure we saw the highlights and had a real appreciation for the history and importance of the site.