Gita di un giorno da Napoli: Pompei e il Vesuvio
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Passa da: Pompeii - Parco Archeologico, SP Villa dei Misteri Porta Marina Superiore, 80045 Pompei Italia
Cogli l'occasione di visitare in sole 2 ore le rovine della città romana di Pompei, il vasto sito archeologico patrimonio dell'umanità dell'UNESCO.
Passa da: Foro, Pompei Italia
Il Foro era il centro di Pompei quando fu fondata, e persino dopo l'allargamento della città, quando difficilmente poteva essere chiamato "centro", rimase il fulcro della vita politica, economica e religiosa.
Passa da: Terme Stabiane, Pompei Italia
Le Terme di Stabia prendono il nome dal fatto che si trovano all'incrocio tra Via Stabiana e Via dell'Abbondanza. Sono le più antiche terme romane di Pompei e si possono identificare quattro diverse fasi costruttive.
Passa da: Tempio di Giove, Pompei Italia
Il Tempio di Giove, dedicato alla triade capitolina di Giove, Giunone e Minerva, domina il lato nord del Foro.
Passa da: Macellum, Via Villa Dei Misteri Regio VII, Building 12, 80045 Pompei Italia
Il Macellum, o mercato alimentare, si trova nell'angolo nord-est del Foro. Il complesso, costruito in età imperiale come mercato coperto, ospitava un gran numero di negozi lungo il suo perimetro sulla Via degli Augustali sul Foro, nonché all'interno sotto un colonnato attorno al suo grande cortile interno.
Passa da: Parco Nazionale del Vesuvio, Via Palazzo del Principe, 80044 Ottaviano Italia
Dipinto nel corso dei secoli da vari artisti, il Vesuvio è l'attrazione naturale del golfo di Napoli. Questo vulcano è un'attrazione turistica da vedere per tutti i visitatori.
- Guida professionale
- Commento dal vivo a bordo
- Cuffie per ascoltare chiaramente la guida
- Acqua in bottiglia
- Hotel / porto pick-up e drop-off
- Garantito per saltare le lunghe code
- Trasporto con minibus con aria condizionata
- Garanzia saltafila
- Biglietti d'ingresso (Pompei € 15pp e Mt.Vesuvio € 10pp)
- Riceverai una conferma al momento della prenotazione
- Non accessibile in sedia a rotelle
- I viaggiatori devono avere una buona forma fisica
- Durante la bassa stagione (novembre - marzo) la guida live all'interno delle rovine di Pompei verrà sostituita da un'audioguida per gruppi di meno di sei
- I passeggeri delle navi da crociera devono fornire le seguenti informazioni al momento della prenotazione: nome della nave, ora di ormeggio, orario di sbarco e tempo di rientro.
- È richiesto un minimo di 2 persone per prenotazione
- Funziona in tutte le condizioni atmosferiche, si prega di vestirsi in modo appropriato
We did a your with Connie as our tour guide. Once in Pompeii we were then set up with the guide Anna who was tremendous. Super knowledgeable and nice. We had a delicious lunch on the way to Vesuvius. At Vesuvius it was beautiful but beware it is a strenuous hike but worth the view!
We were picked up in a minibus by our tour guide Sarah, a very friendly and caring lady. Along the way she explained the history of Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius which was really nice! At Pompeii she arranged the tour guide and he guided us through the ruins and gave a wonderful explanation of everything. Lunch was simple but nice. It was a very hot day so the airconditioned minibus was perfect. It was also lovely that we were just a small group of 15 or so which made it much cozier and personal.
My son and I did this excursion while visiting Naples. It wasn't as professional as some of the other tours we did while on this vacation. My biggest let down was on the bus when the operator was collecting the money for the ticket cost to get into Pompeii and Mt Vesuvius, he tried to get more money from me than what the ticket to Mt Vesuvius cost. Once I questioned him and told him that I was told it would only be 10 euro to do Mt Vesuvius he said no it was more...cant' remember if he said 12 or 13 euro. Once I showed him my voucher where it said 10 euro he acted like he didn't know.
So when I first booked this tour, I had checked on it what the starting time was because wanted something that suited. I states 8.30am. Myself and my cousin were to do this yesterday and we arrived at the meeting poing at 8.15am. We are left waiting there till I decide to ring the tour company at 9am to ask where exactly they are. They tell me that they already waited and that we missed them, because they were at the meeting point for 8am. The ticket also states 8.30am, and they insist on telling me that I was wrong and that I didn't check over things correctly. They then told me the name of a station that we could get a taxi to and meet the tour group there, so we got a taxi straight away to the station, no sign of any tour group. I rang back and said that they had been there and waited and was told that they tried ringing me and sent details. I received no calls from this group. We tried to meet them. They should clarify details better than this! And we paid €65 each for tickets each for this tour. We ended up getting a train out to Pompeii ourselves. Tickets for train cost less than €4 each.. We then arrived at Pompeii and decided to pay for an English tour guide group tour, which was €12 each. So I'd recommend doing it yourself, and not paying out €65 for this. That cost is extortion and totally doable for cheaper by yourself.
Pompeii is so amazing to have existed on 0079 year. To know how they lived and they were buried by volcanic ash is unbelievable. It is a must see. Climb to volcanic crate is not easy but worth a try.
Tour guide was very knowledgeable and the archeological site was absolutely amazing!
Everything ran smooth, on time, etc, but I would consider this a pretty basic tour. The Pompeii guide we had was nice, but I wouldn't say she provided much insight that you couldn't gather up yourself with a little research and touring through the grounds on your own is pretty easy, it is well laid out with provided maps. Found it difficult to hear her as the tour size was small, so they don't provide audio device which is good, but the site itself was packed with tourists and many of the larger groups with audio devices simply drowned her out several times. As for Mt. Vesuvius, awesome site and would recommend it, the guide here was much better, easy to hear and provided a lot of insight. Overall, was ok, but for the price I don't feel it was worth it. I could have easily arranged this myself for much less cost. There are all kinds of train/bus/car options to get to the main tourist points and the guide info was so-so. Nothing I couldn't look up myself in 20 minutes, so would likely do that next time. If you are in a pinch for time, I'd suggest it, otherwise, these 2 locations are very easy to arrange yourself in retrospect, at least in my opinion.
This tour was just ok. I'm not a complainer and Pompeii was truly an amazing site. Unfortunately we found out 18 hours prior to our tour departure that Mt. Vesuvius was closed and it had been closed for a month. More notice would have given us time to plan better. No headset for guide and hard to hear