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Discover the Ancient Ruins of Pompeii: Day Trip from Rome

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  • Combination tour to Pompeii and Naples includes transportation between sites
  • Hear in-depth history about Naples and Pompeii from your guide
  • Included admission ticket to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Pompeii
Discover the Ancient Ruins of Pompeii: Day Trip from Rome
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Combine the two top destinations in southern Italy—Pompeii and Naples—on this full-day trip from Rome. Visit all the area’s highlights, including the Naples Royal Palace, the Piazza del Plebiscito, Castel dell’Ovo, and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Pompeii (admission ticket included), with commentary from your guide. The tour also includes lunch at a local restaurant and all transportation, including convenient pickup and drop-off. 

What to Expect
Be ready bright and early for pickup at Rome's Termini Station or from your hotel, depending on the option you've booked. Board your bus and relax while the driver handles navigation.

Upon arrival in Naples, you’ll visit the area’s the top attractions including the fishing district of Santa Lucia, the seaside fort of Castel dell'Ovo, and Naples Royal Palaces. Listen to engaging commentary from your guide about the city's rich history.

Next, enjoy the ride to Pompeii, where you’ll stop for lunch at a local restaurant before heading on to the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

On the 2-hour guided tour, your guide will paint a picture of what life was like on the day Mt. Vesuvius erupted. View excavated ruins, such as the enormous Teatro Grande.

Back on the coach, relax on the ride back to Rome for evening drop-off.
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Cheap cash grab

Gave it two stars only because Pompeii was amazing. The bus was fine, but we stopped at multiple affiliated shops where you feel pressured to purchase things. The tour of Naples was just a breeze through town with some commentary. Then there was a stop...More

Thank Jessica B
Reviewed 1 week ago
Pompeii Day Trip from Rome

Hotel pick-up and drop-off was perfect. Christina our tour guide was excellent and guided our exit from Rome with interesting facts. Naples - fast drive through very disappointing. Coral Factory waste of time and lunch was terrible. Guido our guide from Naples was very poor...More

Thank vanitas972
Reviewed 1 week ago
Bus broke down on return to Rome

Everything was going well until we started to return to Rome, we left Pompeii at about 4.40pm, the bus broke down about 10/20 minutes after the start of the trip, we turned to a service station where we were told by the guide how fast...More

Thank Adelina G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Bus Broke Down On Return from Tour

The tour was visit to Pompeii ancient ruins with a panoramic tour of Naples on the way there. Excellent tour guides on this trip and enjoyed the sights. However on the return journey the bus broke down, a new bus was sent after 5.5 hours,...More

1  Thank fimagill
Reviewed August 15, 2018 via mobile
Poor organization

The tour started off on a not so great start from the beginning when the bus left a good 30 minutes later than was intended. We traveled on a bus which was older and didn’t have as much room as some newer busses do but...More

1  Thank travelgirl484
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May 22, 2018|
Response from Leslied2 | Reviewed this property |
You can't push a carriage around the ruins.