Visit Pompeii in one day

Excursion in history – Daily itinerary of the famous Archaeological Area

Visit Pompeii in one day

Excursion in history – Daily itinerary of the famous Archaeological Area

Daily tour to the archaeological excavations of Pompeii, UNESCO heritage: a fascinating journey to discover the past

Tour giornaliero agli scavi archeologici di Pompei, patrimonio UNESCO: un affascinante percorso alla scoperta del passato

Tour itinerary in the history of the immortal Pompeii

Departure from Paestum, Agropoli or Castellabate – Visit to the archaeological area of Pompeii – Return to the hotel

Tour itinerary in the history of the immortal Pompeii

Departure from Paestum, Agropoli or Castellabate – Visit to the archaeological area of Pompeii – Return to the hotel

Pompeii, one of the most beautiful and best preserved archaeological sites in the world

The Archaeological Area of Pompeii, with its remains perfectly preserved until today, is the strongest evidence of that tremendous calamity that was the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD. which destroyed the city and most of the neighboring communities such as Ercolanto, Stabia and Oplonti.
Over the centuries, since the sixteenth century, many relics of extraordinary value have been returned. In 1748, however, during the reign of Charles III of Spain, they began to systematically begin the excavation campaigns that, to date, continue with exceptional results.
Today, the Pompeii Excavations are the third most visited state museum in Italy, above only the Pantheon and the Colosseum with the Roman Forum. Together with those of Ercolano and Oplonti, the excavations of Pompeii have become part of the UNESCO heritage.

Pompeii, one of the most beautiful and best preserved archaeological sites in the world

The Archaeological Area of Pompeii, with its remains perfectly preserved until today, is the strongest evidence of that tremendous calamity that was the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD. which destroyed the city and most of the neighboring communities such as Ercolanto, Stabia and Oplonti.
Over the centuries, since the sixteenth century, many relics of extraordinary value have been returned. In 1748, however, during the reign of Charles III of Spain, they began to systematically begin the excavation campaigns that, to date, continue with exceptional results.
Today, the Pompeii Excavations are the third most visited state museum in Italy, above only the Pantheon and the Colosseum with the Roman Forum. Together with those of Ercolano and Oplonti, the excavations of Pompeii have become part of the UNESCO heritage.

What is there to see at Pompeii excavations? Magical places immersed in the past

It would not take just one day to visit all the precious places that the archaeological area of Pompeii includes and offers to the gaze of the many passionate visitors: it is vast and the number of things to see and admire is high. To optimize the excursion in one day and try to better understand the glorious history of Pompeii, its habits and its traditions blocked over time by the eruption of 79 AD, it is good to choose at least the landmarks of the ancient city. The Theater, the Casa del Fauno, the Palestra are just some of the most emblematic places to visit and visit, strolling meanwhile through the streets still paved in stone on which overlooked several shops and houses once lived and long lived.

What is there to see at Pompeii excavations? Magical places immersed in the past

It would not take just one day to visit all the precious places that the archaeological area of Pompeii includes and offers to the gaze of the many passionate visitors: it is vast and the number of things to see and admire is high. To optimize the excursion in one day and try to better understand the glorious history of Pompeii, its habits and its traditions blocked over time by the eruption of 79 AD, it is good to choose at least the landmarks of the ancient city. The Theater, the Casa del Fauno, the Palestra are just some of the most emblematic places to visit and visit, strolling meanwhile through the streets still paved in stone on which overlooked several shops and houses once lived and long lived.

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