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Vesuvius: Park Entrance & Guided Visit
A scenic walk on the famous volcano that destroyed Pompeii
From Rome: Skip-the-Line Pompeii & Vesuvius Day Trip
Explore the intact remains of the Roman town of Pompeii and climb the mountain that destroyed it. Gaze into the volcanic crater of Mt. Vesuvius, and get panoramic views of the Bay of Naples and Amalfi Coast from its summit (during summer).
From Naples: Pompeii Ruins & Mount Vesuvius Day Tour
Enjoy a combined day tour to Mount Vesuvius and the ruins of the Roman town it destroyed in 79 AD at Pompeii. Stand on the ridge of the crater and look out on magnificent views of the Bay of Naples.
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Pompeii: Full-Day Ruins & Vesuvius Group Tour from Sorrento
Spend a day in the Vesuvian area visiting the amazing archaeological site of Pompeii and the imposing Mount Vesuvius.
From Sorrento: Pompeii and Vesuvius Tour
Journey back in time and visit the archaeological site of Pompeii. Stroll among the ruins of the Roman city, and then hike up the volcano that caused its destruction in 79 AD.
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From Sorrento: Discover Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius
Explore one of Europe's most well-preserved archaeological sites at the ruins of Pompeii, an ancient Roman city buried beneath a layer of ash and lapilli, and hike to the summit of Mount Vesuvius.
Naples: Day-Trip to Mount Vesuvius
A unique experience to reach the most characteristic locations of the region of Vesuvius. This incredible mountain is the best place to enjoy the fantastic views of both Naples city surrounding coast.
Mount Vesuvius Wine Tasting and Lunch from Pompeii
Visit one of the premier vineyards and wineries in the Neapolitan countryside. Learn more about grapes as you stroll amongst the vines, and admire beautiful views of the gulf before digging into a 4-course lunch paired with matching wines.
Herculaneum and Mt. Vesuvius Full-Day Excursion from Naples
Visit the ruins of the ancient Roman town of Herculaneum and walk up to the crater of the volcano that destroyed the town nearly 2,000 years ago.