1) Visit a real ancient Roman city.
2) Learn about Roman life in the 1st century.
3) Enjoy Free time in Sorrento on your own.
return transfer to listed meeting points,
tour leader for big groups,
3 course menu lunch (drinks excluded)
entrance fees and extras
Know before you go
- It is recommended to wear comfortable clothes and footwear
- Audio guide
- Entrance fees
- Food and drinks
- Pick-up and drop off
- Private tour
- Professional guide
- Special activities
- Transport by air-conditioned
- Complimentary pick up and drop off
- Easy cancellation
- Instant confirmation
- Pick-up Possible
- Skip the line
How many people will be on my trip?
Max 50 persons.
Can I just do part of the trip?
Although you won’t be reimbursed for any portion of the trip unused, you can opt to sign off the trip if you need to leave a day or so earlier. If you let us know before travel that you’ll be arriving late or need to leave before the trips ends, we will notify our team on the ground to best accommodate your requirements.
Pompeii was a town that disappeared from the maps and from people’s memories as it got completely buried under the ashes erupted by the volcano in 79 AD. That dramatic day, in a matter of few hours, stopped the lives of an entire bustling city to only come unearthed many centuries later. These ruins give an incredible picture of ancient Romans’ daily life and their original urban setting: homes, shops, frescoes, thermal baths, mosaics and much more. Included in this tour there is a stop to a Cameos and Corals workshop, to learn more about this ancient art-craft, for which the Neapolitan school is still considered of great importance. Cameos in particular are carved sea shells representing scenes of mythological deities. Lunch in a local restaurant. Continue to the beating heart of Sorrento, an historical center crowded with tourists with many nice local activities to do: stop for a coffee in one of the many bars in the area, try the famous lemon-based liqueur called Limoncello in one of the many factories still deeply rooted in ancient production methods, enjoy shopping in the streets of the center or take a trip near the port area to breathe some sea air. You can visit the Municipal villa, The Correale di Terranova Museum with its Capodimonte porcelain and its paintings from the 600s, the Cathedral and the Sedile Dominova.