- English speaking driver, fuel, tolls parking fees and taxes
- entrance fees, private guides, and lunch.
- Entrance fees in Pompei Eur 11 per person
- Entrance fees in Naples Eur 10 per person in each museum
- Private guide in Pompei Eur 120 (if requested)
- Private guide in Naples museum Eur 120 (if requested)
Pick-up at your location around 9:00 AM /Earlier
Pompeii was founded around the eighth century BC by Oscans who settled, divided into 5 villages at the southern foot of Vesuvius's slopes not very distant from the river Sarno then navigable. Then, as happened to the Campania region, it was conquered by the Romans in the III century AC. Under the rule of Rome Pompeii it became first municipium and then colony "Veneria Cornelia Pompeianorum" because governed by dictator Publio Cornelio Silla. Under Nero Campania suffered extensive damage due to an earthquake occurred in 62 or 63 A.D. The Roman senate immediately ordered the reconstruction, but all was in vain, because on August 24, 79 d. C., when they were still running the works of reconstruction of the town, a disastrous eruption of Vesuvius wiped out entirely Pompeii and with it Herculaneum, Stabiae and Oplontis. There was no escape for almost anyone and the thriving Pompeii was only a lava mantle often up to three meters cement kilns that the inhabitants and destroyed every kind of life. Today, Pompei is considered the most important archaeological site in Europe, with approximately 3 milion visitors a year.
Naples, regional capital of Campania, was founded by the Greeks in the 7th century B.C. with the name NEAPOLIS. Its wonderful gulf is surrounded the Sorrentine Peninsula and island of Capri on the south and by mounth Vesuvius on the east. The tour include a visit to the historic centre, to look all the different type of architecture, as the Medieval, the Renasissance and the Baroque. In this area there is same of the very important Churches than needs to be seen, as: Santa Chiara, Gesù Nuovo, San Severo Chapel and the Duomo of San Gennaro.