Explore the ruins of Pompeii at your own pace with a multilingual audio guide on a day trip from Rome. Explore a once thriving city of the Roman Empire that was buried under molten ash after the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD.
Pick-up from your hotel in Rome, if centrally located. Please note that pick-up is not provided from B&Bs, guesthouses or apartments.
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Explore the ruins of Pompeii at your own pace with a multilingual audio guide
Spend more time exploring Pompeii and less time waiting with a skip-the-line entrance ticket
Marvel at the ruins of a once thriving city of the Roman Empire
See highlights such as the remains of villas, shops, thermal baths and more
Benefit from hotel pick-up and drop off in central Rome
Journey through time at the stunning archaeological site of Pompeii, and get a unique insight into life in the Roman Empire.
Depart Rome and travel along the Highway of the Sun, admiring the countryside of Lazio and the Castelli Romani along the way. Get incredible views of the Mediterranean Sea and Mount Vesuvius as you approach the Gulf of Naples.
Stop for a traditional Italian lunch, and then make your way to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Pompeii. Get fast track entry on arrival with your skip-the-line tickets, and then spend the afternoon exploring this once thriving city, frozen in time by layers of volcanic ash in 79 AD. Buried under a layer of pumice stones and ash up to 19 to 23 feet (6 to 7 meters) deep for 17 centuries, Pompeii was able to survive the ravages of time and the destructive effects of climate and heavy weather.
Resume your trip through the Roman countryside and enjoy the scenery as you make your way back to the city at a relaxed pace. Arrive in time to enjoy the rest of the night in Rome at your leisure.
Skip-the-line entrance tickets to Pompeii
Multilingual audio guide
What’s not included
Beverages at lunch, and any other meal not mentioned
When you get there
Know before you go
• This activity starts at 07:30
Multilingual audio guides are available in:
• Italian, French, German language and from Monday to Friday only: Portuguese, Chinese, Russian and Japanese (November to March)
• Italian, Portuguese, Chinese, Russian and Japanese (April to October)