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EXCLUDING NATIONAL Holidays (1 MAY, 2 JUNE, 15 AUGUST)
Meet your local guide for the day and board the coach to depart for Pompeii, passing the beautiful towns along the Amalfi Road. When you arrive in Pompeii, you will have approximately 2 hours of guided tour of the archaeological excavations of this commercial center which was buried by the eruption of Vesuvius. Discover the conditions and contexts of ancient life which ended abruptly in the night between 24 and 25 August 79 AD when 5 meters of lapilli and ash buried this city on the Campania coast. You will have free time for lunch before continuing to Herculaneum. When you reach Herculaneum, the other city buried by Vesuvius, you will have about 2 hours visit to the excavations. Unlike Pompeii, which was a thriving commercial center, Herculaneum was a quaint residential coastal town. On the return journey you will stop at the well-known cameo atelier. Please note this tour is not suitable for those with limited mobility as it involves a long day of walking around the excavation sites.
Minori - Via Roma (at the fountain in the parking area)
Departure : 8.15 am Return: 2.00 pm
IMPORTANT INFORMATION / VOUCHER INSTRUCTIONS:
Please wait at the meeting point 5 minutes before the scheduled time.
We recommend that you bring with you on an excursion:
- Low shoes suitable for walking;
- Protective sunscreen, water, umbrella and / or raincoat;
- Camera or video camera;
- Cash for optional lunches, personal expenses and entrances (not included);
- Identity document to get free / discounted admission to state sites and museums
RATE: €125.00 per person
What's included: Transportation for the whole day • Expert guide • Earphones • Skip-the-line tickets
Not included: Lunch and personal expenses • Tips
Customers under 18 are entitled to free access to excavations and state museums upon presentation of a valid identity document.