Pompeii, Sorrento and Positano from Sorrento

Pompeii, Vesuvius and Sorrento from Naples

Amalfi Coast Shared Tour from Naples

  • private, English speaking driver
  • parking
  • highway, tolls and fuel
  • Guide to the Archaelogical sites
Not Included


  • entrance ticket to monuments
  • Pompeii 15 euros pp
  • Herculaneum 15 euro spp
  • Oplontis 7 euros pp
  • lunch
  • tips(optional)

Pompeii, Herculaneum and Oplontis w/full day guide

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Full day tour (8 hour)

Here you will have a full day guided tour by a licensed guide. He/she will provide ample historical insights to all 3 sites where they are able enhance your experience ( help you visualize and have an understanding of all 3 magnificent ruins). 

Pompeii: This is a ruin site that is simply indescribable.This is a ruin site that is simply indescribable. 

An Ancient Roman City that got destroyed and buried under 20 feet of ash after volcano Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79AD. It had a population of approximately 15,000 people and an estimated 2,000 died. Pompeii is well preserved because the city was buried very quickly by volcanic ash. Pompeii was discovered 1748 when workers stumbled while building King Charles III Palace. 

Pompeii is filled with an abundance of history, this partially buried town offers marvelous scenery that one must personally see to believe, as pictures do not do the spectacular views justice. A must see site that will provide you with a rare and knowledgeable experience.



Herculaneum , you will be able to choose which city you would rather visit. Named after one of the Roman mythological heroes, Hercules, Ercolano was destroyed by the 79AD eruption of Mt. Vesuvius. The slow walk across all of Ercolano shows and allows tourists to really take part in the molding of civilization in this remote town. Ercolano is one of the links to a much more grandiose past in Italy, which almost all the sights are known for. Buried by the same eruption was also Pompeii, now a marvelous historic site filled with an abundance of history and breathtaking views. Both these cities offer spectacular ruins, relics and interesting markings left behind by the people who did not survive Mt. Vesuvuis’ eruption to further enhance your experience of Pompeii. 



An ancient Roman site near Pompeii. Also known as Villa Poppea.  This grand residential building  was constructed in the mid 1st century BC. It was attributed to Poppaeea Sabina, The second wife of Emperor Nero.  

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