The life of the ancient city of Pompeii and of its inhabitants ended abruptly in 79 AD, when, following the eruption of Vesuvius, it was covered under about six meters of ash and lapilli. The excavations of the city, which began in 1748 and still in progress, have brought to light this important archaeological site which, in 1997, became one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Pompeii: skip the line entrance ticket
Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Pompeii with a skip-the-queue ticket.
Skip the lines to Pompeii having the ticket in your hands and enjoy a 2-hour small group tour of Italy’s most important archaeological site. A guide will lead you down ancient roads to discover the famous Roman town before it was destroyed.
The UNESCO-listed ruins of Pompeii are among the most impressive Roman ruins in the world, but it can still be a challenge to get younger children excited about history. This 2-hours walking tour is
specially designed for families, to keep the kids amused
Right after Pompeii, Herculaneum is an important archaeological site of Campania Region. The town, buried under a layer of mud and lava in the Vesuvius eruption, hasn’t been excavated in all its entirety yet.
From Pompei: wine tasting at the aches of Mt.Vesuvius
Visit one of the premier vineyards and wineries in the Neapolitan countryside. Learn more about grapes as you stroll through the vines, and admire beautiful views of the gulf before digging into a 4-course lunch paired with matching wines.
Haud igitur penitus pereunt quaecumque videntur,
quando alit ex alio reficit natura nec ullam
rem gigni patitur nisi morte adiuta aliena
Dunque ogni cosa visibile non perisce del tutto,
poiché una cosa dall'altra la natura ricrea,
e non lascia che alcuna ne nasca se non dalla morte di un'altra
Tito Lucrezio Caro
Donec eris sospes, multos numerabis amicos: tempora si fuerint nubila, solus eris
Finchè sarai fortunato, conterai molti amici: se ci saranno nubi, sarai solo
Nullum magnum ingenium sine mixtura dementiae fuit
Non esiste grande ingegno in cui non ci sia un pò di pazzia
Felix qui potuit rerum cognoscere causas
Beato chi poté conoscere la causa delle cose
Amantium irae amoris integratio est
I litigi tra gli innamorati sono complemento dell'amore
Ut pictura poesis
La poesia è come un quadro
This tour is excellent. So much history and so much to see. Our tour guide advised that many of the artifacts recovered to date have been stored at...