Explore the marvellous Naples and Pompeii just in one day!
This day-trip will bring you to the most beautiful neighbourhoods of Naples where you will appreciate the stunning Gulf of Naples. Also, we will bring you to the ruins of Pompeii where you can explore this spectacular archaeological site affected by the Vesuvius eruption in 79 AD.
This tour option is made so you won’t miss anything that is worth seeing.
Your private driver will pick you up at your accommodation and will bring you to Termini central Train station in Rome from where you will leave, with a high-speed train, to Naples. Your private guide and driver will wait for you at Naples central station and you will be ready to start your exploration.
You will have an Italian breakfast in Naples and you will have a chance to stop in one of the most characteristic points in Naples for a spectacular view of the city. Afterwards we will reach Pompeii in approximately 40 minutes.
You can decide to explore Pompeii on your own or you can choose to have a a private guide for 2 hours, only for you, who will show you the best sections of this immense archaeological site.
Afterwards, you can decide to proceed exploring on your own, or you can meet your driver and reach one of the local restaurants for lunch.
Your driver will then take you to Naples central train station and a high-speed train will bring you back to Rome in around 1hr and 15 minutes.
This tour option will allow you to explore all the sites at your own pace and to enjoy every minute of this experience.
A short drive through the city will give you a historical overlook on this marvellous and fascinating city. We will stop to take some pictures of the panorama of the magnificent Gulf of Naples.
This city was one of the most known cities of the Roman Empire, nowadays especially due to the Vesuvius eruption in 79 AD. The eruption itself has left the city completely destroyed, but the accurate archaeological research and excavations have permitted us to have this unique testimony of the life and death of a Roman city.