Naples Underground Entrance Ticket
- Travel beneath Naples on a fascinating underground tour
- Experience a historical journey through Naples with your guide
- Admire the remains of the Greek-Roman Aqueduct and the Roman Theater
The tour includes a visit to the Greek-Roman Aqueduct, the remains of the Roman Theater and the Summa Cavea, a new fragment of the Roman theater just brought back to life.
The guide will speak English or Italian, or you can follow the visit in other languages, thanks to the free multilingual app that you can download at the beginning of your visit. In addition, a brochure in several languages is always delivered in order to follow the visit better. You may also take pictures along the way.
- Entrance ticket
- Guided tour
Prepare for the activity
It won't be possible to carry out the visit autonomously, there will always be a guide to accompany you during your visit.
It's recommended to wear comfortable shoes and a sweatshirt during the warm periods.
The path is efficiently illuminated, the access ladder is equipped with a handrail and the steps are very low. The only narrow and partially illuminated path is optional.
Children who attend primary school and junior high school should bring a small flashlight.
The path isn't accessible by wheelchair as there are 121 steps to climb uphill and downhill. There are no elevators or escalators. You can leave strollers at the main entrance and take them back at the exit.