Herculaneum is one of the cities that was covered by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD.
The beauty of this town was so high that the cultured and wealthy Romans made it holiday homes to enjoy the excellent climate and enchanting landscapes. After the eruption of the volcano, the city was entirely covered by mud and lava and almost all of its buildings were well preserved thanks to the layer of tuffaceous lava. To date, after many years of archaeological excavations, only a very small part is visible.
The Pompeii ruins are a UNESCO heritage site and are one of the most beautiful and visited sites by tourists from all over the world. Immersing yourself in the streets of the excavations and enjoying panorama, you can admire: the Amphitheater, the Lupanare, the House of the Faun, the Villa of the Mysteries, the House of the Great Fountain, the Temple of Jupiter and the Temple of Apollo, and then you can walk the streets of Vesuvius city and Castellum Aquae, the Via dell'Abbondanza, Via del Foro and the Arch of Caligula.
A unique experience that will leave you with beautiful memories in the baggage of your travels.
Vesuvius enjoys an immense natural beauty. It is one of the largest volcanoes in the world and it is the protagonist of billions of photos taken in and around Naples. It is known throughout the world for the eruption that took place in 79 AD. which many cities such as Pompeii and Herculaneum destroyed with rain of ash and lapilli. Since 1955 Vesuvius has become a national park accessible via a footpath. The Gran Cono is the tourist trail that leads directly to the mouth of the crater.
- Luxury private air-conditioned vehicle
- English-speaking driver
- Parking highway tolls
- Fuel and insurance fee
- Passenger Insurance
- Sanitizing vehicle
- Entrance Tickets
- Private Guide