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Phlegraean Fields

The Phlegraean Fields (or Campi Flegrei) are among the world’s most geologically active sites, and visitors will be able to see geothermal and volcanic phenomena up close when they take a tour of the area. Tours often include the crater of Solfatara, the amphitheater of Pozzuoli, and the cave of the Cumean Sybil in Cuma. There’s also a museum dedicated to the site in Baia which holds artifacts from the various temples and structures built among the fields by the ancient Greeks and Romans.
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2-day ticket for the Archaeological sites of the Phlegraean Fields

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Buy your entry (2-day validity) for the Phlegrean Fields Archaeological Complex and enjoy access to 4 archaeological sites.
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Transfer from Naples to Volcano Solfatara with Entrance Ticket

 
Visit the Campi Flegrei volcanic area and explore ancient Roman sites at your own pace on this Solfatara of Pozzuoli visit from Naples. Travel from Naples into the Campi Flegrei volcanic area — home to the mighty Solfatara of Pozzuoli. Explore the site and marvel at the jets of steam and bubbling mud pools you find. Then, take in top sites of interest from the Roman era such as the Acropolis of Cuma, the Baths of Baia and the Flavian Amphitheater (own expense) before returning to Naples.
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From Naples: Phlegraean Fields 5-Hour Fiat 500/600 Tour

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Enjoy a real tour of the Phlegraean Fields in a vintage Fiat 500 or 600 on this private 5-hour tour from Naples. Discover the history of the ancient Romans and admire the beautiful scenery as you explore the most important sights in the Phlegraean area.
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Private Tour from Naples to Phlegrean Fields, Pozzuoli, and Cuma

 
With your private driver you will discover some of the most beautiful areas close to Naples such as Pozzuoli, an ancient Roman harbour, the Phlegrean fields, a large volcanic area, and Cuma, originally a Greek colony.
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Phlegraean Fields tour

 
Let the beauty of the volcanic area of the Phlegraean Fields enthrall you on this tour which includes transportation from Naples. After that, visit the Flavian Amphitheater, the most remarkable testament to Roman Empire in Pozzuoli.
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Naples: Phlegraean Fields Vintage Vespa Private Tour

 
Ride along ancient Roman roads on a 5-hour countryside tour from Naples, traveling by vintage Vespa. Discover historic baths, monumental necropoli and amphitheaters of the volcanic Phlegraean Fields. Stop for coffee at a floating café, and more.
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General Information

Opening Hours:

Please note that tours to the Solfatara crater have been suspended until further notice.

The Baia archaeological site is open from 9 am until one hour before sunset. The Phlegraean Fields Archaeological Museum is open from 9 am to 2.30 pm. All sites are open every day except Mondays.

Address:

Phlegraean Fields
80078 Pozzuoli
Metropolitan City of Naples
Italy

Tickets:

Combined tickets to the Archaeological Museum, the amphitheater, and the archaeological park cost 4€ for adults and 2€ for EU citizens aged 18-24. Entry is free for children under the age of 18.

How to get there:

The museum can be reached by metro (line 2 to Pozzuoli station) or by bus (SEPSA line 1 to Monte di Pocida-Napoli Via Terracciano). The archaeological site in Baia can be reached by taking the EAVBUS line to the Lucrino-Piazzetta stop.
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