With 3 simple steps you can buy tickets and visit the Pompeii Ruins without standing in line and led by an authorized english speaking guide.
Do not waste time during your holidays by standing in line. Buy tickets online through our safe and easy system and you will have immediate access to the masterpieces of Naples.
Take the opportunity and participate to this group tour led by a guide of the Campania Region, and so you can share the price of the guide with other people and then have available a ticket for the whole day to continue to discover this wonderful labyrinth in total autonomy!
The guide will take you back in time and you will discover the everyday habits of the ancient Romans, walking through the remains of a beautiful city long remained buried under the ashes of the sadly famous eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD.
You will admire sacred buildings such as the temples of Apollo, Jupiter and Isis, public buildings like the Forum and the baths, the Lupanar (brothel), the frescoes and mosaics, bakeries and the human casts of victims.
The Tour will last 2 hours, and will give you an high quality and entertaining introduction to the archaeological area of Pompeii and then you can stay inside by yourself for the rest of the day!
Please note: the tour is conducted only in English
Service fees and eventual temporary exhibition fees are always due.
Infopoint of Via Villa dei Misteri n.1 (inside the Circumvesuviana train station, platform 1).
Please note that you do not have to enter the Pompeii Ruins from the main entrance, but you have to go first to the meeting point specified above.
2 hours (guided tour) and then you can stay inside for the rest of the day
Tour conducted by a licensed Campania Region Guide.
You will receive two vouchers:
Founded around the VII century, Pompeii was conquered by the Romans in the III century and had such a large urban development with the construction of the Forum, some temples and many houses. In 79AD it was entirely buried by the eruption of Vesuvius and remained hidden for about 1700 years.
In 1748 by the will of Charles III of Bourbon it began the excavations that, in a discontinuous manner over the years, brought to light this wonderful archaeological area, which in 1997 became part of the UNESCO World Heritage.
Inside the archaeological area you can find private and public buildings such as: