Take a trip back in time with this guided tour of the UNESCO-listed ancient ruins in Pompeii. Follow your guide along Roman streets to visit the remains of homes and shops and admire frescoes and mosaics. Afterwards, walk to the edge of the volcanic crater atop Mt. Vesuvius.
Departure from: Naples, Sorrento, Positano
Duration 8 hours 8 hours 8 hours
From 3 May 2021 to 31 October 2021 (All days) -
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
- Pick up via air-conditioned minibus with an English-speaking guide
- Fast-track entrance to Pompeii with a guided walking tour inside
- Headsets for groups larger than 12 to hear your guide clearly
- Live commentary during the drive to Mt. Vesuvius
- Fast-track entry to the Mount Vesuvius National Park and free time to hike to the crater's edge
IMPORTANT NOTE: From the 6th August to enter the ruins of Pompeii, as per law, it's required the Green Pass, so make sure to have all the documentation otherwise the access will be forbidden.
The tour departs from Positano at 8 am, from Sorrento at 8.30 am and from Naples at 9.00 am.
Due to road restrictions, we cannot wait at the meeting point so please arrive 5 minutes in advance of your departure time.
The length of the tour may vary based on traffic or weather. In case of unexpected delays, the guide may adjust the itinerary.
Tour can be multi-lingual.
If Mt. Vesuvius is closed due to bad weather, we will take a panoramic tour of Naples instead
Provided by: Iamme Ia by Travel ETC (Sant'Agnello)
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