Archaeological Museum Naples
Mount Vesuvius - Naples

Pompeii - Herculaneum - Museum of Naples

We leave for the ancient of Pompeii and Museum of Naples.

Pompeii are an extraordinary testimony of the ancient world thanks to the Roman city state of conservation, practically intact after the eruption that struck in 79. C. erasing it from the Vesuvian landscape. From the middle of the '700 excavations, wanted by the Bourbons and carried out for over a century, have brought to light the city, giving us a complete picture of daily life in Roman times. The path winds through the streets, as a way of Abundance the most important, on which overlooked the houses and the most famous shops of the city, including public monuments such as the amphitheater and the theater and through the buildings that still stand , with their magnitude, on the hole. The visit to the private houses that retain a luxurious look with elegant frescoes and marble decorations, offers an overview of the Roman habits and taste of the owners. Thanks to the cast technique gardens were also reconstructed with ancient essences.

Herculaneum, the younger sister of Pompeii, is a destination for lovers of beauty. Visitors to the ancient city have the rare opportunity to see perfectly intact patrician villas. A conservation miracle in which even the wood and the strings of the 2000 year old city are on display, along with stunning brick work, mosaics and frescoes. The detail with which Herculaneum has been preserved is remarkable considering the volcanic eruption of violence that devastated the city.

The National Archaeological Museum of Naples, one of the first made in Europe in the seventeenth century monumental building between the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century, boasts the richest and most valuable collection of works of art and artefacts of archaeological interest in Italy. In it are exposed more than three thousand of exemplary valuables into several thematic sections and kept hundreds of thousands of artifacts dating from prehistory to late antiquity, both from various ancient sites of the South, is the acquisition of relevant collected antiques, starting from the Farnese collection belonged to the royal dynasty of the Bourbons, the founders of the Museum.

Our rates include transportation in comfortable car with air conditioning, highway tolls, car fuel and parking. Not included: entrance fees, lunch and any extras and gratuities.

Each itinerary can be modified to fit any special need or request.

Duration: 8-9 hours

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