Pompeii Tour


Combine the passion for the ancient with the modern with a tour that will allow you to discover both the ancient Roman history and the magnificent views of the Amalfi Coast.

Discover the two most famous realities of our region in a private day tour with a driver at your disposal.

Leave Villa Fiorentino early and head to the Pompeii Ruins, one of the most famous sites in Italy, UNESCO Heritage Site. In about 2 hours you will explore the Roman Villas, the Forum and the Baths bringing back to life the habits of the Ancient Romans.
Rely on us to book a tour with a guide or skip the line tickets, or visit the site independently.
Once you have finished visiting the ruins of Pompeii, you can decide with your driver the itinerary of the Amalfi Coast to follow for the remaining part of the day.
Travel along the scenic Amalfi coast road to reach Sorrento, Amalfi or Ravello.

  • private car with English speaking driver
  • visit the ruins of Pompeii and the main attractions of the Amalfi Coast
  • enjoy the freedom to decide the route you prefer with the driver
  • stop to take photos along the way


Immerse yourself in art, history and culture with a visit to the archaeological sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum.

Start the day with a visit to one of the most fascinating places in the world: the majestic excavations of Pompeii. The driver with private car will accompany you to the entrance of the archaeological site and will wait at the exit. During the tour of about 2 hours, you can relive the customs of the ancient Roman civilization thanks to this journey back in time, where the streets, palaces and public buildings have been perfectly preserved over the centuries.
Continue the day with a visit to the excavations of Herculaneum. The city suffered the same fate as Pompeii because it was annihilated by the eruption of Vesuvius, but in addition to it was hit by a tidal wave that covered it with mud, lapilli and debris. The excavations of Herculaneum are smaller than those of Pompeii and therefore it will take about 1 hour and a half for his visit.
Rely on us to book a guided tour of the sites or skip the line tickets, or visit them independently.

  • private car with English speaking driver
  • visit to the archaeological sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum


If you are passionate about discoveries and adventures, the tour of Pompeii Ruins and Mount Vesuvius is the one for you.

Admire one of the largest and most fascinating archaeological sites in Italy and climb the top of Mount Vesuvius that caused its destruction,both in one day.
Equip yourself with comfortable shoes and early parts to discover the Pompeii Ruins.
The beauties of this site can be found in a 2 hours visit along the Abundance Street, passing through Imperial Forums, Temples, Thermal Baths, Roman Villa, and the Amphitheatre.
The driver with the private car will wait at the exit of the archeological site and will take you, climbing through the National Park of Vesuvius, on one of the largest active volcanoes in Europe.
In a walk of about 1 hour up and 1 hour down,you will be able to reach the crater from which you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the Gulf of Naples.
Rely on us to book a guided tour of the sites or skip the line tickets, or visit the sites independently.

  • private car with English speaking driver
  • visit the ruins of Pompeii and the Mount Vesuvius
  • stop to take photos along the way.


Perfectly preserved with the image of a sea nymph on horseback and animals with bright colors. In the containers there are still traces of food that were sold in the street: the ancient “Street food”.
Another extraordinary discovery in Pompeii. In the new excavations, resumed within the maintenance and restoration project of Regio V, it resurfaces a perfectly preserved Thermopolio with the image of a sea nymph on horseback and animals with bright and bright colors.But what is amazing is the discovery in the containers of Thermopolio of traces of food that were sold in the street.
The thermopoles, where drinks and hot foods were served, as the name of Greek origin indicates, preserved in large dolias (jars) embedded in the masonry counter, were very common in the Roman world, where it was customary to consume prandium (the meal) outside the house that they bought on the street and consumed standing. A real gastronomic approach “street food”, a bar-diner from two thousand years ago. In Pompeii alone there are about eighty, but none with the bar entirely painted, confirming the exceptional nature of the discovery.
Traces of food have been found – thanks to excavations that have given a great boost in recent years to the archaeological site of Campania – too. The specialists of the Archaeological Park of Pompeii are already studying the material to verify how much this discovery can widen the knowledge about the eating habits of the Roman age.
The commercial plant where Termopolio resurfaced was only partially investigated in 2019, during the interventions of the Great Pompeii Project for the safety and consolidation of the historic excavation fronts.
The decorations of the counter – the first emerged from the excavation – present on the front the image of a Nereid riding in a marine environment and, on the shorter side, the illustration probably of the same workshop as a commercial sign. At the time of the excavation, the discovery of amphorae placed in front of the counter reflected the painted image.
In this new phase of excavation have emerged other valuable scenes of still lifes with representations of animals, probably slaughtered and sold in the room. Bone fragments, relevant to the animals themselves, were also found in containers made from the thickness of the counter containing food for sale. Like the two ducks exposed upside down, ready to be prepared and consumed, a rooster and a dog on a leash.
Another interesting fact is the discovery of human bones, found partially upset by the passage of tunnels made in modern times by clandestine excavators in search of precious objects. Some of them belong to an individual of at least 50 years old who was probably, at the time of the arrival of the pyroclastic current, placed on a bed of which traces remain.
Other bones, still to be investigated, belong to another individual and have been found inside a large dolio, perhaps always stored here by the first diggers. Also in Termopolio was found different material from pantry and transport: nine amphorae, a bronze Earth, two flasks, a common ceramic olla for canteen. The floor plan of the entire room consists of a layer of cocciopesto (waterproof coating composed of terracotta fragments), in which in some places were inserted fragments of polychrome marble (alabaster, door holder, green breccia and bardiglio).

Official source AGI.IT