What will we see on the tour?On your trip through Naples Underground you’ll discover ancient Roman aqueducts and sewer tunnels, cavernous rooms left over from quarrying in the area, evidence of Greco-Roman shops and businesses, and other tunnels which were used during World War II to hold supplies, keep people safe during air raids, and once even hide a stolen German tank.
How long will the tour take?The tour through Naples Underground takes approximately 90 minutes.
Is Naples Underground suitable for children?Yes! Apart from being underground and sometimes a bit dark, there’s nothing in the tour that is particularly unsuitable for children. Depending on the child, you might want to skip the section through the narrow candle-lit tunnel or make sure you have a phone or torch on-hand. It isn’t possible to take a stroller into the tunnels, but babies can be brought in a carrier and there are handrails on the stairs for balance.