Pompeii Private Walking Tour

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Tour details

2 hours (Approx.)

Pickup offered

Mobile ticket

Offered in: English

Departure Time

tour is available everyday 

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Departure & Return Location

airports, railway station, ports and hotels all through Italy.


approximately 2 hours


English speaking guide 



Pompeii is one of the most important archeological site in the world. Our  experience as local guides will allow you to enjoy culture and history of this amazing place. We will be able to walk through the streets of Pompeii as the Romans did more than 2,000 years ago. A relaxing 2h pompeii tour visiting the ruins of Pompeii, part of an ancient Roman city destroyed and buried by the eruption of the volcano Vesuvius in 79 A.D. . The remainder of the uncovered city is today buried under the new Pompeii rebuilt many years subsequent to the eruption. The rain of ash and lava and the resulting thick layer of dust have crystallized, preserving Pompeii for centuries.
Enjoy the ancient ruins of Pompeii on this semi private 2-hour tour.
tour details :
The tour starts from porta marina superiore corrisponding to the ancient port of pompeii – suburban baths – temple of Apollo – forum – temple of Jupiter – granary where are displayed the casts of the victims of the eruption – house of the tragic poet – thermopolium – house of the faun- bakery of popidio prisco – house of the wounded bear – Stabian baths – lupanare, the ancient brothel – building of Eumachia – temple of Vespasiano – macellum – basilica – temple of venus



Pompeii is a fascinating mix of beauty, history and culture. As you explore the uncanny ruins of this ancient micropolis, the nearly 20 centuries that separate its streets, buildings and inhabitants from us seem to fall away like the 20 ft. of hardened ash that were removed to bring its story to light. Nothing could have prepared Pompeii’s residents for the force building below their beloved grass covered mountain (portrayed in many a fresco), so when Mt. Vesuvius blew its top on August 24, 79 AD, virtually everyone and everything remained. As a result, a stop motion photograph of each phase of the eruption and a perfectly rendered portrait of how these ancient people lived has been handed down to us. Today Pompeii represents one of the largest archeological areas in the world, Unesco World Heritage site, it is a very popular tourist destination. Not to visit he so-called “buried town” means missing a unique experience in the world.