Naples, Pompeii, Vesuvius

Tour in Naples, Pompeii, Vesuvius

Private excursion in Naples, Pompeii, Vesuvius.

Shore excursion of Naples, Pompeii, Vesuvius, starts also from Naples where you can set a common pick up point with the driver: train station, port or hotel. We’ll pick you up wherever you like.

Naples is a unique city, situated between Vesuvius and the volcanic area of Campi Flegrei, and in one of most beautiful and famous sceneries of the world, The Gulf of Naples.

The architectural, artistic and cultural wealth of this city is protected by Unesco World Heritage Site and represented by royal buildings, castles, theaters museums, churches, fountains, gardens and places rich in history, legends, and myths but also beauty and music. Another important symbol of Naples is culinary art, thanks to typical products of the Mediterranean die. The recipes are known all over the world. Pizza Margherita with tomato, mozzarella and basil was created in honor of Queen Margherita who visited Naples in 1869.

Pompeii’s ruins are one of the most visited archeological sites in the world. The ancient Roman city was buried along with the city of Herculaneum from the eruption of Vesuvius of 79 A.D. Reconstruction work began at once in Pompeii, but, due to the extent of the damage, it took a very long time. The archaeological site of Pompeii is very big (64 hectars) and included all typical symbols of the ancient city of Rome: an important amphitheatre (20,000 occupancy), spas, theaters, villas, burial monuments and religious places. A guided visit in Pompeii will led you to breathe in a past  that comes to life again.

Vesuvius, 1281 meters high, is situated at 15 km from Naples and in the same National Park, is in an important icon in the Gulf of Naples, it is one of the two active volcanoes of Europe with the other being the super volcano of Campi Flegrei. Visiting its slopes and crater will be a unique experience: one where you can see Valle dell’Inferno, Atrio del cavallo, or vineyards with the famous wine ‘’ Lacrima Christi’’ and the National Centre.