Naples is a dream destination for many history buffs - and there's good reason for that! Just a little outside of Naples you can visit two ancient Roman towns, Pompeii and Herculaneum. Both towns were devastated by the cataclysmic eruption of Mount Vesuvius over 2000 years ago. The volcanic ashes has 'frozen' the towns in time giving you the unique possibility of traveling back in time to the Roman Empire's glory days. Here you can buy tickets to both popular sights. If you are more into football than ruins, then we can help with tickets for SSC Napoli too.
Pompeii & Herculaneum: Skip the linepå Pompeii & Herculaneum: Skip the line, lör, 20 jul 2019 - mån, 30 dec 2019
Skip the line and explore two ancient Roman towns - Pompeii and Herculaneum. Both towns were devastated and perfectly preserved by the cataclysmic eruption of Mount Vesuvius over 2000 years ago. Don't miss these two Naples' highlights!
Vesuvius nationalpark: entré & guidad turpå Vesuvio: Park Entrance & Guided Visit, lör, 20 jul 2019 - tor, 16 jan 2020
Join your guide and scale the gentle slopes of the world's most famous volcano, which once destroyed the Roman cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum. Smell the earth's magma bubbling beneath you, get amazing views of the Gulf of Naples, and walk a unique lunar landscape. It's a once-in-a-lifetime climb!
Herculaneum: Skip the linepå Herculaneum: Skip the line, lör, 20 jul 2019 - tis, 31 dec 2019
Explore Herculaneum - an ancient Roman town that has, most unfairly, been overshadowed by Pompeii's fame. Herculaneum is, in fact, more interesting, better preserved and far easier to navigate. See clothing, mosaics, and frescoes in their near-perfect Roman glory. Buy your tickets from home and skip the long lines!
Pompeii: Skip the linepå Pompeii: Skip the line, lör, 20 jul 2019 - mån, 30 dec 2019
Skip the line to Pompeii. Explore one of the world's most important and well-preserved archaeological sites. The ancient Roman town covers over 50 hectares and contains a remarkable collection of objects, art and buildings preserved by the ashes from Vesuvius from the eruption over 2000 years ago. Book tickets from home!