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  • napoli driving tour
  • Pompeii
  • Pompeii
  • napoli

Pompeii Herculaneum and Naples private tour

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    Tour details

    8 hours (Approx.)

    Pickup offered

    Mobile ticket

    Offered in: English

    Departure Time

    8:00 – 9:00 am

    Departure & Return Location

    airports, railway station, ports and hotels all through Italy.


    approximately 8 hours


    Deluxe air-conditioned vehicle,
    English speaking driver,
    All tolls, parking, petrol (gas) and taxes.



    Pompeii entrance fees: €16 per person

    Herculaneum entrance fees: €10 per person



    Pompeii opening hours:

    from April 1 to October 31 from 9 am to 9 pm

    from November 1 to March 31 from 9 am to 5 pm

    closing days, December 25 – January 1 – May 1

    Hercolanum opening hours:

    from March 16 to October 14 from 8:30 am to 7:30 pm

    from October 15 to March 15 from 8:30 am to 5 pm

    closing day, December 25

    Pompeii, Herculaneum and Naples tour with english speaking driver

    A day around the bay of Naples visiting the highlights of it. Pompeii, Herculaneum and Naples are included in this historical tour.

    Travel to each site in a comfortable Mercedes vehicle with a personal local Guide  who’ll give you important information about the history and the culture of the places that you will visit. Explore each of the archaeological sites and the city of Naples.

    You can also get some of the local food during this tour, just ask your guide to get recommendation about the best places of the area



    The houses of Pompeii varied in size and grandeur, from simple dwellings to luxurious villas. Many houses were centered around a central courtyard known as the atrium, which often featured an impluvium (a shallow basin to collect rainwater) and a compluvium (an opening in the roof to allow light and rainwater into the atrium).

    These houses also featured beautifully decorated rooms with intricate frescoes depicting a wide range of subjects, from mythological scenes to daily life.

    Pompeii’s streets were laid out in a grid pattern, with a complex system of roads connecting different parts of the city. Along these streets were various commercial establishments, such as bakeries, taverns, and shops, providing a glimpse into the economic activities of the time.


    In contrast to modern Ercolano, classical Herculaneum was a peaceful fishing and port town of about 4000 inhabitants, and something of a resort for wealthy Romans and Campanians.

    Herculaneum’s fate paralleled that of nearby Pompeii. Destroyed by an earthquake in AD 63, it was completely submerged in the AD 79 eruption of Mt Vesuvius. However, as it was much closer to the volcano than Pompeii, it drowned in a 16m-thick sea of mud rather than in the lapilli (burning pumice stone) and ash that rained down on Pompeii. This essentially fossilised the town, ensuring that even delicate items, like furniture and clothing, were discovered remarkably well preserved.

    The town was rediscovered in 1709 and amateur excavations were carried out intermittently until 1874, with many finds being carted off to Naples to decorate the houses of the well-to-do or to end up in museums. Serious archaeological work began again in 1927 and continues to this day.


    Naples is a cultural epicenter, boasting numerous museums, galleries, and historic sites. The National Archaeological Museum houses an extensive collection of artifacts from Pompeii and Herculaneum, while the Naples National Gallery showcases an impressive collection of Renaissance and Baroque art.

    Renowned as the birthplace of pizza, Naples is a paradise for food lovers.

    Authentic Neapolitan pizza, with its thin, chewy crust and traditional toppings, is a local specialty. The city’s culinary scene also includes delicious pastas, seafood dishes, and an array of street food offerings.

    Nestled along the Bay of Naples, the city offers breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea.