- Hotel Pick-up & Drop-off
- Licensed Tour Guide Full Day
- Private car or Minivan
- Chauffeur Driver
- Taxes & Insurance
- Tolls & Parkings
- Entrance Fees
Meeting point and pick-up with our driver and our licensed guide at the hotel/pier you will drive south via the motorway towards the archeological site of Pompei first, possibly the most famous excavation in the world.
Meet our licensed guide and enter Pompeii by one of its eight different gates you will be guided in the Forum, Pompei's main square,the Basilica, The Large Theater, the Roman Baths, its temples and porticoes. 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. There 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.
After the guided tour of Pompeii you will continue with the driver your scenic drive along the slopes of mount Vesuvius, Europe's only still-active volcano that is located on the west coast of Naples. At approximately 3,000 feet, begin your trek on foot over narrow paths that zigzag up to the mountain another 1,000 feet. Once on the rim of the crater walls, you will skirt the edge with an official alpine guide while enjoying the panoramic views that includes Naples and its bay. You will descend along the narrow paths to the parking lot and proceed back to Naples.
Discover the vibrant city of Naples board on your air-conditioned car/minivan for a narrated drive and guided walking tour through Naples. The route takes you pass the Piazza Garibaldi, Piazza Carlo III with the imposing 18th-century Royal Palace built by the Borbons, Via Foria as the Castle Nuovo, the San Carlo Opera House, the Umberto I Gallery, the former Royal Palace, and the San Francesco di Paola Church. Pass Villa Comunale Park and climb into the surrounding hills. Return back to the hotel/ pier.