Pompeii and Vesuvius private guided tour

Enjoy first a guided tour in Pompeii...
Enjoy first a guided tour in Pompeii...
...later drive along the slopes of Mt. Vesuvius
...later drive along the slopes of Mt. Vesuvius
until the parking lot...
until the parking lot...
finally you will conquer the top of the volcano.
finally you will conquer the top of the volcano.

Meeting point and pick-up at the hotel with driver and with licensed tour guide, Pompeii is possibly the most famous excavation in the world. The guided tour will last about 2 hours, here a flourishing civilization, buried for 1,700 years, has been brought to life again and where you can see how the citizens of the greatest empire the world has ever known lived and loved, worked and played, ate and drank and died.
Entering Pompeii by the Sea Gate you will be guided first in the Forum, Pompei's main square, surrounded by temples, porticoes and law courts. 20,000 people lived in this provincial town, of which 2,000 perished in the horrifying eruption of Vesuvius in AD 79. Twenty feet of volcanic ash and pumice stone covered Pompeii. Much of this has been removed over the last 200 years to reveal the details of everyday life in Pompeii.
In the second part of the day you will drive south via the motorway towards Mount Vesuvius, Europe's only still-active volcano that is located on the west coast of Naples.
Driving along the winding roads of the volcanic slopes, admiring stunning views of the Neapolitan and Caserta plain, the petrified road of lava of 1944, the Old Observatory built by the Bourbons dinasty, theancient crater in the Somma Valley until approximately 3,000 feet, where the road comes to the end.
There ( if you want ! ) begin your trek on foot over narrow paths that zigzag up the mountain another 1,000 feet to reach the very top of the crater, to walk along the rim to get the very best picture of the inner part of the crater and the Neapolitan Riviera.
You will descend along the narrow paths to the parking lot and proceed back to the hotel.

All our Excursion rates INCLUDE guided tours with Licensed Professional Guides, tax and transportation services.

An Official Certified Tourist Guide is a professional with a license (compulsory for the Italian law) allowed to take people inside museums, archeological sites, churches and any other place of historical interest giving specific detailed information.

A Good Tour Guide must be : informative, passionate, knowledgeable, friendly, easy to understand. flexible.

For this Private Tour type we accept a deposit of 30% of the full amount payable by PAY PAL SECURE SYSTEM  
( web link on each page of our internet site ) or by money transfer on our company bank account. 
The remaining balance will be paid to our guide the same day of the excursion. 

Insert the number of the partecipants below and click on " Book Now ",
Fill the Reservation Form and click on "Pay Now" to finalize the tour booking. 

As soon as we receive the payment an automatic confirmation reply will be sent, within 48 hours we will issue and e-mail to you the Excursion Voucher in which will be listed,:

- date of the excursion with number of the partecipants,
- tour itinerary and services included,
- information on who to look for, 
- details of the sign that our guide will be holding, 
- specific location of where to meet our guide 
- two emergency phone numbers.

For customers who wish to pay the full amount of the excursion in advance we will send you a Pay Pal invoice.

Please, note that there will be no charge if you cancel your reservation by e-mail within at least 7 days before the date of requested service. If is not done in these terms, our company reserves the right to debit the total amount of requested services

Pompeii and Vesuvius private guided tour

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