• Location

    Usually 2 sites are visited.
    For example:
    Pompeii/Herculaneum
    Pompeii/Vesuvius
    Herculaneum/Vesuvius
    Pompeii/National Archaeological Museum, Naples
    National Museum of Capodimonte/Pompeii

  • Duration

    8/9 hrs approx

  • Number of adults

    between 1 and 7

  • Included

    English speaking driver
    parking fees
    fuel
    highway tolls
    Wi-Fi on board

  • Not included

    lunch
    tickets (museums, exhibitions, Pompeii, etc.)
    tips
    tourist guide (Pompeii, etc.)

Archaeological private tour

The driver will take you to the most popular and requested archaeological sites. You can choose the ones you prefer among Pompeii, Herculaneum, Paestum, Caserta Royal Palace, Naples museums, churches, Vesuvius and many other places.

He will wait for you without hurrying and will be happy to suit your needs (stop for lunch, photos and more) and then return to your destination.

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Pompeii

Pompeii was a Roman city. Now it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
On 24 August, 79 AD, a volcano called Mount Vesuvius erupted and destroyed the city and its people, killing 2,000 of them.
Pompeii is now considered one of the world’s most important historical sites because of the way the volcanic ash preserved the city and its people.
This gives historians and archaeologists a vivid picture of life in the Roman Empire around 2,000 years ago.
Archaeologists have found graffiti written by the people who lived in the town.

Vesuvius

Fortune favours the bold.

Pliny the Elder

Mount Vesuvius, active volcano near Naples, famous for its eruption in AD 79 that destroyed the Roman cities of Pompeii, Stabiae, and Herculaneum, is one of only two active volcanoes in Continental Europe and stands about 1281 meters tall, with a symmetrical central cone and steep slopes.
Vesuvius has a long historic and literary tradition. It was considered a divinity at the time of the eruption of AD 79.
The area around Vesuvius was officially declared a national park on June 5, 1995. The summit of Vesuvius is open to visitors.

Herculaneum

Herculaneum was an ancient town, located in the modern-day comune of Ercolano.
The city was destroyed and buried under volcanic ash and pumice in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD.
Like its neighbouring city Pompeii, Herculaneum is famous as one of the few ancient cities preserved more or less intact, with no later accretions or modifications. The thick layer of ash that blanketed the town also protected it against looting and the elements. Unlike Pompeii, the mainly pyroclastic material that covered Herculaneum carbonized and preserved more wood in objects such as roofs, beds, and doors, as well as other organic-based materials such as food and papyrus.

National Archaeological Museum, Naples

The National Archaeological Museum of Naples (Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli, sometimes abbreviated to MANN) is an important Italian archaeological museum, particularly for its ancient Roman remains.
Its collection includes works from Greek, Roman and Renaissance times, and especially Roman artifacts from nearby Pompeii, Stabiae and Herculaneum. It was formerly the Real Museo Borbonico (“Royal Bourbon Museum”).

National Museum of Capodimonte

The Museum of Capodimonte is situated in Naples, on the similarly named hill and is surrounded by the Royal Park, a green area that covers approximately 130 hectares and contains more than 400 species of plants.
Among the avenues, that were masterfully designed by the architecture Ferdinando Sanfelice, there are 16 historical buildings including residences, lodges, labs, storages, churches as well as fountains, statues, orchards and gardens.