Take part of this full day excursion without being restricted by reduced mobility and visit one of the most known archaeological site in the world , Pompeii and the beauty and heritage of the Naples city.
The tour starts with pickup from your hotel or accommodation and then heads towards one of the most famous archaeological landmarks in the world, Pompeii. The ancient Roman city was completely buried in the ash of nearby Mount Vesuvius when it erupted in 79 AD. For UNESCO World Heritage Site, Pompeii is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Italy and is valued for providing archaeologists with a well-preserved snapshot of ancient Roman life. Using the provided itinerary, explore this fascinating site along a 2 km path that has been tailored to make Pompeii accessible to everyone.
After exploring Pompeii for around two hours, it’s time to return to the bus and travel toward Naples City.
You will accompanied throughout the most important 3areas of the city: the monumental sights like Piazza Plebiscito (Naples’ central square), Gallery Umberto I (a fully-restored shopping arcade built at the end of the nineteenth century, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the Royal Palace (home to the kings of the city state of Naples before the unification of Italy), San Carlo Theatre (the oldest, continually active opera house in the world), and Castel Nuovo (a central and prominent medieval castle first built in 1279).
Following your guided tour of these important landmarks, you will be treated to a panoramic drive along the seafront of Naples. Taking the scenic Via Caracciolo through the seaside neighborhood of Mergellina, you will make your way to Posillipo Hill, once a favored site for ancient Roman villas. Take in views of the sparkling Mediterranean to end a beautiful day in Naples.
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