Pompeii – Herculanium – Naples National Archaeological Museum
A HINT OF HISTORY...On August 24 AD 79, Mount Vesuvius erupted violently. By the end of the following day, thousands of people were dead and the flourishing Roman cities of Pompeii and Herculanium had disappeared beneath tons of ash, pumice and solidified mud.
The excavations at Pompeii and Herculanium, by contrast, offer an intact vision of daily life in a Roman society in all its aspects. They have produced not only many treasures, but also many less precious objects extremely useful for the understanding of everyday life during the years of the Roman empire. In the buildings of these towns - from the monumental to the most simple - the ancient world appears in all its complexity, with great clarity.
The National Archaeological Museum in Naples hosts extensive collections of Greek and Roman antiquities. Their core is from the Farnese Collection, which includes a collection of engraved gems (including the Farnese Cup, a Ptolemaic bowl made of sardonyx agate and the most famous piece in the "Treasure of the Magnificent", and is founded upon gems collected by Cosimo de' Medici and Lorenzo il Magnifico in the 15th century) and the Farnese Marbles.
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Note: For the visit of Herculanium and Pompeii ruins we kindly suggest you to reserve a private authorized guide that we can provide for.
Please , do not hesitate to contact us for any further information you might need.
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*Not included: entrance fees, lunch and tips.
*Entrance fees to visit Pompeii and Herculanium ruins is 23 Euro per person (Kombo Tickets), free for under 18's.
If you reserve the private authorized guide for the visit of both ruins you will skip the line cause the guide will provide to arrange tickets for you.
*Entrance fee to visit the Archaeological Museum is 10€ per person.