Naples and Pompeii Vespa Tour

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Naples is a brilliant city on Italy’s southwest cost; it’s a mishmash of architectural styles, with elegant 18th-century palazzos, castles and wonderful churches. Try to make time to venture into the helter-skelter world of Naples itself. The city, settled by the ancient Greeks, was at one time the capital of southern Italy. You really haven’t seen all of Italy if you haven’t experience Naples!

highlights: Angevin castle, San carlo theatre, Umberto I gallery, Royal palace, Plebiscito square, Corso Vittorio Emanuele (panorama), historical park, Posillipo (panorama), seafront, Castle dell’ovo, Seaside suburb, old town alleys with churches, St. Gennaro duomo, street of the nativity scene makers and much more…

40 minutes highway transfer

Pompeii lies about 13 miles southeast of Naples. This ancient Roman town was buried in 79 ad when Mt. Vesuvius (a still-active volcano) erupted. Pompeii is considered to be one of the few sites where an ancient city has been preserved in detail. It is a walking site and strolling around with our archaeologist-guide you’ll have the sense to be still alive ancient roman city. It’s a Unesco World Heritage Site.

highlights: Forum markets, thermal baths, plaster casts, brothel, bakery, faun’s house, temples, frescoes and much more..

Itinerary

whole day tour about 7 hours
(240 € per person + 90 € guided tour of Pompeii to be shared among the participants)

we pick you up and drop you off at your accommodation

Naples tour (3 h) – pizza break (1h) – transfer to Pompeii (20 min) – Pompeii guided tour (2 h) – back to Naples (20 min)

tours on the other way round are possible!

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