Skip-the-line tour of Pompeii with an archaeologist
- Explore the ruins with an Archaeologist
- Walk through the ruins in group of only 15 people
- No waiting in queues with skip-th-line entry
Experience a two-hour guided tour of Pompeii with an archaeologist and skip-the-line admission fees included!
You'll visit the Western part of the ruins, where the most important public buildings, homes and shops are located.
The highlights of your tour will include the Marina Gate, the Basilica, the Forum, the baths, the Lupanar (brothel), the bakery, the house of Faun, the Termopolium, the main street, the Plaster Casts of the dead's, and Theaters.
At the end of the tour, you can bid your guide farewell and are free to spend the day as you wish.
- Guidance and assistance for the tour
- Tour led by an archaeologist-guide
- Skip-the-line admission fees to Pompeii ruins
- Meals and drinks
- Children (aged 3-12)
- Infants (aged 0-2) : Free
Via Villa dei Misteri, 3, 80045 Pompei NA, Italy
Meet the guide at the main entrance of the archaeological site called "Porta Marina Superiore"; the guide will be holding a sign with the company's name "Askos Tours" on the top. We meet people by the entrance gate, just in front of the bar-restaurant "Hortus" with a lot of lemons and oranges outside. Stations nearby: Local train "Circumvesuviana" direction Sorrento sp, Pompei-Villa dei Misteri.
- Maximum of 15 people per tour group
- Children must be accompanied by an adult
- Dress code is smart casual
- Wear comfortable shoes, sunglasses and sunscreen in the summer
- Bring a small bottle of water
- Daily at 10.30am
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