Full day Naples Pompei day trip

Full day Naples Pompei day trip

2 px €535 p.p.
4px €330 p.p.
6px €260 p.p.


1-2 € 535 p.p.

Semi Private

4-6 € 330 p.p.

Group Tour

On request


Full Day

Min People


Meeting Point

Piazza Venezia group tour
Hotel pick private tour

Min Age


Starting Time

Morning: 7:30


All Year

Take advantage of your stay in Rome to reach Naples and visit the San Severo Chapel Museum to admire the statue of the famous Veiled Christ or you can simply choose to visit the city on your own to admire the Basilica of San Francesco di Paola, the New Castle, Piazza del Plebiscito or simply let your driver advise you where you can eat typical Neapolitan sweets such as the pastiera or why not, whatever time of day, a piece of pizza take away is something not to be missed in Naple. 

After your 2-hours walk your driver will take you to Pompeii where you can visit the archaeological excavations that bear witness to the famous eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD.
This is a real city still partially standing where you will learn how the roman lived in 1st century AD and how brutally their lives were interrupted.
At the end of your guided tour the driver will lead you back in Rome.
For the visit to Naples you can pay the supplement for the entrance ticket to the San Severo Chapel we will book it for you in case you request at time of booking.
For Pompei the guided tour and entrance tickets are included.


Naples is a very characteristic and beautiful city to visit. You can’t visit it all in one day, but you can choose from the wealth of its most beautiful monuments: the Archaeological Museum, the Duomo, the Monastery of Santa Chiara, Piazza Plebiscito, or don’t miss the underground Naples, which saw the passage first of the Greeks, who dug underground tunnels to extract the tufa used for building, then the Romans, who used the underground tunnels to create a network of aqueducts to supply the city. 


Pompei hosts visitors from all over the world every year because its archaeological park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 
What is striking about the archaeological area is not only the buildings of the Roman civilization that offer themselves to the viewer in their beauty in part still intact with mosaics and frescoes, but the sight of the plaster casts that represent as if frozen in time the agony of death that befell the ancient Pompeians due to the hot gases from Vesuvius.

This tour is likely to sold out. Make sure you reserve it on time. Chat with us to check availability.
An operator will promptly be at your disposal for any further information.

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