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  • amalfi coast
  • amalfi coast
  • Pompeii
  • amalfi coast
  • vesuvius

Pompeii Herculaneum and Winery 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

    Herculanum entrance fees – €10 per person

    Lunch at the wine farm – €35 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

    About the tour

    Pompeii, Herculaneum and winery tour with your English speaking driver

    A day completely immersed in the local history  exploring the famous archaeological sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum  with this 8-hour shore excursion followed by  lunch at winery based on Mt Vesuvius.

    Travel to each site in a comfortable Mercedes vehicle with a local driver/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 buried by the volcano Vesuvius that erupted in 79 AD. 



    Pompeii was a thriving ancient Roman city located in the Bay of Naples, Italy. It is renowned for its tragic history and the unique preservation of its ruins due to the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD.

    The eruption buried the city under layers of volcanic ash and pumice, effectively freezing it in time and allowing modern archaeologists to uncover a detailed snapshot of life in ancient Rome.

    Pompeii was situated about 5 miles southeast of Naples and was a prominent port city overlooking the Gulf of Naples. Its strategic position made it a hub for trade and commerce in the region.

    The city’s origins date back to the 6th or 7th century BC when it was settled by the Oscan people before becoming a Roman colony around 80 BC.

    Pompeii’s urban layout was characterized by well-organized streets laid out in a grid pattern. The city was divided into distinct districts, each with its own public buildings, residential areas, and amenities.



    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.

    wine tasting on mount vesuvius

    If we want to find a positive aspect of the eruption of the Vesuvius in 79 D.C. is that the ash remained by it worked as a fertilizer for the lands surrounding the volcano, hence all the beautiful wine farms.
    Here you will be welcomed by the warm staff of the farm, who will first make you taste some of the finest wines that the lands have to offer to then proceed to take you on a tour of the beautiful and luscious vineyards of the farm, after the tour the staff will take you inside for lunch where you will have the chance to satisfy your appetite with a number of delicacies rigorously cooked with the freshest and most genuine ingredients of the region.
    The experience at the wine farm is truly one that can give pleasure to all of your senses, and one that you really shouldn’t miss out on!