Pompeii and Naples full-day walking tour
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Pompeii and Naples full-day walking tour

Free cancellation
Language: English , Italian , French , Spanish , German , Portuguese , Russian
Availability: Every day
Mobile voucher accepted
Duration: up to 7 hours
Safety measures applied
Do this because
  • Enjoy a full-day experience combining a guided tour of Pompeii's archeological area with visit of Naples
  • Retrace the history of Pompeii and its inhabitants visiting the Ancient Roman best-preserved houses and shops
  • Take a pleasant stroll through Naples' historic center and admire top sights like the Cathedral and the Veiled Christ
What to expect

Enjoy a full-day experience among the ruins of Pompeii and the beautiful sights of Naples!

Begin your experience visiting Pompeii. Your expert guide will lead you through the Marina Gate, and show you the Ancient city's best-preserved buildings like the Basilica (courthouse), Forum (main square) and the Termopolium Capuano. Retrace the history of the city exploring the baths, Lupanar (brothel) and bakery, access the House of Faun, House of Menander and have a close look at the famous plaster casts of the inhabitants.

Then, head to Naples by train and stop for lunch in a classical pizzeria to taste the most famous Neapolitan dish. Begin your walking tour of Naples passing by the square Piazza del Gesù, where the church of Gesù Nuovo stands. Walk along the city's main road, called Spaccanapoli and learn more about the city's importance and about its most recent history. See the wonderful 14th-century church and monastery of Saint Chiara and the famous Saint Severo Chapel, where the stunning Veiled Christ statue by Sammartino is kept. Access the early 13th-century Church of Saint Lorenzo and the city's main cathedral, dedicated to patron Saint Gennaro.

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COVID-19 information
The following health and safety measures are in place, so you can relax and enjoy your experience.
  • Visitor numbers are limited to reduce crowds
  • The experience complies with government regulations
  • Social distancing is enforced
  • Visitors are required to bring and wear masks
  • Guides and all other staff are required to wear masks
  • Temperature screening is compulsory for all visitors
  • What's included
    • Licensed guide
    • Walking tour
    • Skip-the-line ticket to Pompeii archeological area
    What's not included
    • Transportation
    • Food and drinks
    Where

    80045 Pompei, Naples

    Meeting point:

    At Porta Marina Superiore, the main entrance of Pompeii's archeological area

    What to remember
    • It is suggested to wear comfortable shoes and, in the summer, to bring a hat, sunscreen and a bottle of water
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    When

    Every day from 9.00am to 12.30am every half of hour

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    Provider
    Askos Tours
    Booking fee
    Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
    Cancellation policy
    Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 1 day before the activity begins.

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