Discover Pompeii with a walking tour guided by an archaeologist everyday at 10.15 am
Ready to go back to the 79 AD?
The tour consists of a marvelous 2 hours walking tour inside the Pompeii ruins, the Roman city that was covered of lava in 79 AD.
During this tour you will be guided by an archaeologist through Pompeii streets, giving a glimpse of the ancient roman life.
The tour will start everyday at 10.15 am from “Porta Anfiteatro”, the nearest entrance to the city centre of modern Pompeii. The meeting place will be easily accessible from people accommodated downtown Pompeii and in the surrounding towns.
Pompeii is a must-see place if you visit Italy. It’s only here that you will be able to get a glimpse of the sophistication of the Roman civilization. You probably think Pompeii consists of several ruins and a lot of columns. Actually it’s a real medium-sized town we’ll show you.
THE TOUR IS DELIVERED IN BOTH ENGLISH AND ITALIAN LANGUAGE.
- Tour will start every day from the Amphitheater entrance of Pompeii ruins at 10:15 am where you will meet your Guide.
The Guide will be holding a sign with "Askos tour" written on it.
- You'll see most important public buildings, luxurious urban villas, shops, Necropolis, Amphitheater, Gym, Brothel, Fountains and lead pipes, Forum (the main square), Temple of Juppiter, Municipal buildings (curia), Thermal baths as well as the famous plaster clasts of victims.
- End of the visit and return at the Amphitheater Entrance.
The site of Pompeii is vast and also very exposed with minimal shade, so in the summer the use of sunscreen, sunglasses and wearing a hat is recommended.
Make sure to take plenty of water.
It is best to use closed shoes and not flip flops.
Tours Nearby Pompeii Group tour from Amphitheater Entrance – Skip the line included
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