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From Naples: Group Tour to Pompeii, Sorrento, and Positano

1. From Naples: Group Tour to Pompeii, Sorrento, and Positano

Depart from Naples at the Stazione Marittima or Hotel Ramada and arrive at the impressive open-air museum and archeological site of Pompeii. Travel the panoramic road of the Sorrento coast to its namesake town. Freely walk through the streets of Positano. Allow your driver to be your guide. Explore the ancient Roman city of Pompeii and learn about its 2000-year-old impressive history and amazing discovery. See a huge clock that stopped in 79 AD, and find out what's guarding a treasure chest on this extraordinary journey through time. Take in the scenery of the Sorrento coast on the way to its most famous town, Sorrento. Walk the alleys, admire the meticulous woodwork, and indulge in some limoncello or a delicious ice cream while capturing views of the sea. Finish at the panoramic terrace of Positano, the vertical town that looks like a crib. Soak in the views of the vividly colored houses set within the rock. The driver will be at your complete disposal during the tour, explaining to you onboard the vehicle, everything you need to know about the places you will visit, and once on site, he will give you free time to spend as you like.

Rome: Amalfi Coast and Pompeii Day Tour

2. Rome: Amalfi Coast and Pompeii Day Tour

After leaving Rome, the first stop will be at the archaeological site of Pompeii, where you will be guided by our official guide through the highlights of this intact ancient Roman city. After leaving Pompeii, you will head to the Amalfi Coast. In the winter period, which runs from November 1st to February 28th, the tour first includes a visit to Amalfi, with limoncello testing, and according to the openings, a visit to the Cathedral, the Museum and the Tomb of Saint Andrew. The tour then continues through the winding and breathtaking views to Positano for some panoramic photos, and back to Rome. In the summer period, considered from 1st March to 31st October, we will go first to Positano, limoncello testing, to Positano or Amalfi, stop for panoramic photos, Amalfi Coast, and return to Rome.

From Naples: Day Trip to Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius

3. From Naples: Day Trip to Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius

Travel in comfort to the fascinating Pompeii and take in the views as you climb Vesuvius from Naples. Benefit from the convenience of professional transportation and enjoy the freedom to explore the sites on your own. Depart from your hotel in Naples and relax on board an air-conditioned vehicle. Arrive at Pompeii and admire the remarkably well-kept remains of Roman temples, baths, shops, theaters, and villas, destroyed during the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD. Take your trip to new heights as you trek to the peak of Mount Vesuvius, and absorb incredible views across the national park and Naples Bay from the 1000-meter altitude. Savor the spectacle of the volcano's crater, and gain interesting geological insights from a volcanological guide.

Naples: Highlights City Pass Ticket

4. Naples: Highlights City Pass Ticket

Save and see more with the Naples Pass which grants you a digital ticket to world-class attractions like the Archaeological Park of Herculaneum, the Archaeological Park of Pompeii, and the Royal Palace of Caserta. Get around the city with ease using the 3-day pass for the public metro, funicular, tramway, and bus. Simply download the pass to your phone and show the pass at the ticketing center for each attraction that you want to visit. Have the flexibility to decide what you want to see on the day. Avoid the hassle of waiting in line to purchase tickets. Uncover the cities that were well-preserved under ash from Vesuvius a the Archaeological Park of Herculaneum and the Archaeological Park of Pompeii. Step into the past and walk through ancient streets to unlock the secrets of Roman life. Immerse yourself in the rich history of the city with a visit to the Greek, Roman and Renaissance collections at the National Archaeological Museum of Naples. Discover the largest palace erected in Europe during the 18th century at the Royal Palace of Caserta. Uncover one of the biggest and richest art collections in Italy at the Museum and Royal Wood of Capodimonte. 

Pompei: Pompeii & Herculaneum Tour with Archaeologist Guide

5. Pompei: Pompeii & Herculaneum Tour with Archaeologist Guide

We’ll begin in Pompeii. First, you’ll visit the immense Forum, the centre of Pompeii’s political and commercial life. From here you can walk through a dense network of streets. Your guide will then take you to Herculaneum, often described as a jewel of archaeology. A once glamorous town that overlooked the sea, Herculaneum was the holiday retreat for the rich people of Rome. With your expert archaeologist guide, you’ll learn the differences and similarities of Pompeii and Herculaneum. Although Vesuvius buried both cities in AD 79, the impact of the disaster wasn’t quite the same. Herculaneum is better preserved than Pompeii. Upper floors of elegant buildings remain standing, which you can see at the Casa del Salone Nero and the Casa Sannitica. You’ll love the beautiful mosaics and charred but extraordinarily intact furniture. At the thermal baths, you’ll learn of the recreational bathing culture and admire fine decorations perfectly preserved. You’ll won’t believe that you’re gazing at life dating back two millennia.

Naples: 3-Day Campania Museum Pass

6. Naples: 3-Day Campania Museum Pass

The main attractions and activities included. A digital pass for uninterrupted access. Flexibility to decide the day Skip the queue Incredible savings. From Pompeii to the National Archaeological Museum in Naples. From Herculaneum to the Royal Palace of Caserta, from the Capodimonte Museum to the Royal Palace of Naples: access the main attractions with the city's official tourist pass! For many attraction passes it is not necessary to book in advance. However, some may have limited capacity, so you will need to book in advance. Full booking details can be found by clicking on the i in the My Naples Pass section of the individual attractions.

Pompeii: Archaeological Site Late Afternoon Guided Tour

7. Pompeii: Archaeological Site Late Afternoon Guided Tour

Skip the lines to visit Pompeii at the best time of day, when the crowds and heat dissipate, with Alex, your local guide. Learn the city's ancient history from a native Pompeiian whose infectious love of his city helps you imagine what daily life was like for the ancient Romans. Meet Alex at the Anfiteatro Gate before visiting the plaster casts of those who perished in the historical Mount Vesuvius volcanic eruption. Explore the daily life of these ancient locals and see how their traditions were perfectly preserved in volcanic ash. Discover former shops, fast food spots, and ancient bakeries. Visit the gladiator amphitheater, which is 150 years older than the Coliseum. Marvel at the ancient frescoes and mosaics. Reach the Forum with its temples and main public buildings. Witness the sunset hitting the ruins as the ancient white columns are bathed in a warm orange hue.

From Rome: Pompeii Private Full-Day Trip with Tour

8. From Rome: Pompeii Private Full-Day Trip with Tour

Enjoy this private tour to Pompeii from Rome for 10 hours in total, with a private guide included for 2 hours and a half, and a private vehicle with driver at your disposal that will pick you up from your hotel in Rome or preferred location within the city. Once your private driver picks you up, he will take you to your destination at the archeological park. Once there you will meet your guide and start your tour. You will visit Pompeii, an ancient Roman city known for its destruction after the volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius, and for having been preserved by the effects of lava and volcanic ash almost as it was on that fateful day in 79 AD. You will admire Roman engineering and architecture and see the life of the ancient Romans by visiting both private places, such as the House of the Faun or the house of the Tragic Poet, and places of public life such as the Forum, the thermal baths, the main square, streets and alleys, temples.... You will even be able to see the remains preserved in volcanic ash of some of the authentic original inhabitants of Pompeii 2,000 years ago. After your visit to the ruins you will have free time for lunch and rest before returning to Rome, where your private driver will drop you off at the place of your choice.

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Top notch guides. Both the driver Guanlucca and our guide Giulano were super nice. Pompeii was still pretty empty early in the morning and the tour there was also informative and personal. The trip to the Amalfi Coast worth seeing. The restaurant well chosen. Only the promised limoncello tasting was a bit poor. I name 2! tiny sips of two varieties don't necessarily constitute a tasting. But otherwise: GREAT!

Tour guide Anna was excellent and provided information throughout the journey, she was informative and humorous too. It was great to see three different places but with a bit over an hour in each you get just enough time for a quick visit. That suited us, especially as it was so hot but if you really want to experience something like Pompeii you would be better getting a tour that spent more time there.

We took the Pompeii and Amalfi Coast tour. Everything was fantastic. The driver and guide that was with us were very good and the guide we had at Pompeii was very knowledgeable and ensured that we all understood him and answered any questions we had. All in all it was a very long but really enjoyable day.

We had a great time with Luca our guide! He was very informative and easy going. He made our trip very fun and well worth it! We had a great trip and would highly recommend this!

I really enjoyed our trip! I saw amazing views and had an awesome experience. I will definitely recommend it. I am very thankful with our guide and driver!