Pompeii is one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world, a historical Roman Empire brought to light after the terrible eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD
The city and its inhabitants were covered with mounds of lava and ash from the eruption, and was unearthed after many years of archaeological excavations. The visit to the excavations include: the Amphitheatre, the brothel, the House of the Faun, the Villa of Mysteries, the House of the Great Fountain, the Temple of Jupiter and the Temple of Apollo, and then you can walk the streets of the city of Vesuvius and Castellum Aquae, the Street of Abundance, Via the Forum and the Arch of Caligula..
Herculaneum is known for its tragic fate in 79 AD, when the eruption of Vesuvius completely covered the city with ash, mud and eruptive substances, along with the nearby city of Pompeii. With the archaeological excavations of the last century it was possible to uncover historical artifacts, buildings and more of great cultural value, are an example of the Villa of the Papyri enclosing 1,700 papyrus, the home of genius (for the presence of a statuette It was part of a candlestick of marble); the home of the Argo, Aristide, the gym and the theater witness customs and traditions of the Roman era