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Full-Day Private Guided Trip to Pompeii from Rome




FULL-DAY GUIDED TOUR OF POMPEII AND MOUNT VESUVIUS FROM ROME



If you want to visit Pompeii but do not have the time to stay in Naples or the Amalfi area, consider this stress-free way to truly experience Pompeii. You will be picked up at your downtown hotel and drive for about 90 minutes to the world's most fascinating ruins. Here you'll recreate a day in the life of your ancient counterparts: vacationers bent on enjoying the amenities of what was then a world-class resort town. You'll peek in on their homes, their baths, their clubs, and all the facilities used by the large local population of workers to ensure that everything worked smoothly in Pompeii.

But why did it all come so suddenly to an end? As any schoolchild knows, this whole area was buried under twenty feet of ash one dark day in 79 A.D. The fatal blanket spewed forth from Mount Vesuvius, which still looms overhead. As a result of that same ash, the slopes of the volcano are now a lush Garden of Eden. Heavenly-scented citrus groves and vast Lacrima Christi vineyards surround gracious homes on the way up to the summit, which is still one of the world's most active craters (though not considered dangerous). It also offers the very best view of the Bay of Naples, one of the panoramic wonders of the world. Along the way to the top, we'll stop for lunch at a fantastic local restaurant. Your guide will help you order local specialties, if you like. After your excursion to the crater, you can relax on the drive back to your hotel.


Round-trip from Rome:
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Price includes pick-up from and return to your downtown hotel, transportation, entrance fees, lunch of pizza and drink, and private guide

Round-trip from Rome:
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Price includes pick-up from and return to your downtown hotel, transportation, entrance fees, full lunch, and private guide


This can also be a one-way tour starting in Rome and ending in Naples, or vice-versa

One-way from Rome to Naples or from Naples to Rome:
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Price includes pick-up from and return to your downtown hotel, transportation, entrance fees, lunch of pizza and drink, and private guide

One-way from Rome to Naples or from Naples to Rome:
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Price includes pick-up from and return to your downtown hotel, transportation, entrance fees, full lunch, and private guide

One-way from Rome to Amalfi Coast Towns or from Amalfi Coast Towns to Rome:
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Price includes pick-up from and return to your downtown hotel, transportation, entrance fees, lunch of pizza and drink, and private guide

One-way from Rome to Amalfi Coast Towns or from Amalfi Coast Towns to Rome:
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  961 EURO
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Price includes pick-up from and return to your downtown hotel, transportation, entrance fees, full lunch, and private guide

You can also tour Pompeii & the Amalfi Coast from Rome or Naples.

Don't have the time or Euros to visit Pompeii on this trip? Consider an easy half-day trip to Ostia Antica, the fascinating ancient harbor of Rome. In three hours you can visit the entire town, which is remarkably well preserved. Click here for details about Ostia Antica.