This is the Archeologic Roman Tour: discovering the most important Roman Ruins of the south of Italy. Herculaneum, Pompeii and Poppae’s Villa in Oplontis are real witness of the authentic lifestyle, archiecture and culture ofthe ancient romans. What you see in these places is what is left after the eruption of Mount Vesuvius (the Volcano) that erupted in 79 A.D. and erased down the towns. If you love history and arts you cannot miss it. (Recommended for cruise passengers)
The first stop is Herculaneum, which you will have 2 hours. Herculaneum – named after one of the Roman mythological heroes, Hercules – was destroyed by the 79AD eruption of Mt. Vesuvius. The slow walk across all of Ercolano will allow you to observe the moulding of civilization into this remote town. Buried by the same eruption as Pompeii, it’s now a marvellous historic site filled with an abundance of history and breathtaking views. Both these cities offer spectacular ruins, relics and interesting markings left behind by the people who did not survive the eruption.
You will have approximately an hour and a half to explore the Villa of Poppea. Oplontis is an ancient Roman seaside villa situated between Naples and Sorrento. It is also referred to as the Villa Oplontis. On this tour, you will see well-preserved frescos and small garden alcoves. Evidence suggests that it was owned by Emperor Nero and believed to have been used by his second wife Poppaea Sabin as her main residence when she was not in Rome
(Optional Lunch on demand according to the client)
You will have roughly 2 hours to explore this ancient ruin which was buried under meters of ash and pumice after the catastrophic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79A.D. Filled with an abundance of history, this partially buried town offers captivating scenery that one must personally see to believe. It is a must-see landmark that will provide you with a thoroughly unique experience.
Luxury and Comfortable and private air-conditioned mercedes benz vehicle. English-speaking driver or escort guide with live commetary. Parking, highway tolls, fuel, all taxes and driver maintenance included and 22% of italian sale tax.
Meals, drinks (€20-€45 depending menu order)
Gratuities between 15/20% (optional but really appreciated)
Pompeii (Admission fee €15pp, children younger than 18 years old enter free showing a valid ID passport/citizenship/driver’s license)
Admission fee Oplontis (€6.50 roughly)
Admission fee Herculaneum (€15 children younger than 18 years old enter free showing a valid ID passport/citizenship/driver’s license)
No archeological guide is included but we highly recommend to hire, please ask in the note the price during the request for a price quote.
Non sono ancora stati inseriti orari specifici per questo tour, ma inserendo i tuoi dati verrai ricontattato al più presto.
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