byNIGHT OR DAY
See Pompeii under the stars or by day. This magical experience is a must-see on your travel bucket list. Your expert guide will guide you through Pompeii to discover these incredible ruins. The explosion both destroyed and preserved the town and the bodies, which still lay in the same position as the time they perished. In 79 CE, Mount Vesuvius erupted and buried Pompeii, Italy. This mountain located in Naples is one of the most active volcanoes in the world.
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Half day. Full day also available with overnight stay.
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from €250 p.p
Pick up available from all surrounding areas in & around Naples
•Transfer with luxury car to Pompeii
•Lunch or dinner in Michelin star restaurant (2 restaurants on the island to choose from) with degustation menu and wine pairings.
•Drop off to your preferred location
•Overnight stay in luxury 5 star hotel also available
•Spa and massages also available upon request
You will have the choice of lunch or dinner in a Michelin star award-winning restaurant. The exact restaurant varies depending on availability for lunch or for dinner. We will be in touch with available restaurants and menus for you to choose from based on your preferred time and date so please do get in touch.
Please email us with your preferred dates and let us know of any allergies in advance.
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The Magic of Pompeii
In 79 CE, Mount Vesuvius erupted and buried Pompeii, Italy. This mountain located in Naples Italy is one of the most active volcanoes in the world. Pompei was hidden from the world beneath pumice and ash and was all but forgotten for nearly 1,500 years. But that changed in 1738 when excavation workers discovered the site preserved beneath dust and debris. In 1860, Italian archeologist Giuseppe Fiorelli took charge of the site and began a proper excavation. Fiorelli recognized the soft ashes on the site were actually cavities left from the dead, and he is responsible for filling them with high-grade plaster. Thus, the preserved bodies of Pompeii were born. Nearly 150 years later, modern science revealed strange facts about the bodies thanks to CT scans. Among the many things most folks don’t know about Pompeii is that the bodies themselves, more than almost any other existing artifacts, provide archeologists with vital information about what life was like in the ancient city. Take a look at these little-known Pompeii facts.