Pompeii & Naples from Rome full-day tour
- Adult +12 years old
- Child 3 - 11 years old
- Infant 0 - 2 years old
Visit two iconic cities in one day parting from Rome and let your tour leader company you in this unique experience to tell you all the hidden secrets your need to know.
Pompeii can be found in the South of Italy, in the Campania region, 15 miles south of Naples. The city is famously remembered for the volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius, which rained down dust and ash all over the city for nearly a whole day, chasing out almost 2,000 residents. The larvae soon buried the city and everyone in it. Mount Vesuvius erupted in AD79, but you can still find the body-shaped spaces in the hardened ash where those people died. Learn more about the history behind and discover the Porta Marina entrance, the Piezza Esedra, or the Porta Anfiteatro, all leading to the ruins of Pompeii.
Naples is the third largest city in Italy and can also be found in the southern part of the country in the Campania region. Three thousand years of history are attached to this chaotic and culturally rich European city. From the Neopolitan churches in Renaissance and Baroque styles to the historic castles, Naples is filled with historical attractions for you. It is also recognized as the home of pizza and espresso, as well as football legend Diego Maradona who played for the city’s biggest club, SC Napoli.
Don’t miss out on visiting the city of Pompeii and the excavated ruins. You can look at the body casts and old Roman buildings after the volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius, which completely buried the city. On this tour, you also get free time to try out famous Italian food and treats!
- Learn about the epic history of Pompeii
- Enjoy some free time to try Italian food in Naples
- Appreciate the view from a comfortable transport from Rome to Pompeii and Naples
- Round transportation from the meeting point
- A tour leader will accompany you in the cities
- Entrance to Pompeii Ruins
- Food & drinks
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off
- Guided visit to Pompeii
We kindly remind you that once inside the Archeological Site of Pompeii, there will not be a guided visit, you will be able to explore the ruins on your own.