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Naples: Day-Trip to Herculaneum and Vesuvius

1. Naples: Day-Trip to Herculaneum and Vesuvius

Start your full-day trip from the historical city center of Naples from where you will venture to the Herculaneum ruins. After approximately 40 minutes of driving, the bus will drop you off nearby the main entrance of the ruins. You can enjoy skip-the-line entrance with your voucher, before being able to discover Herculaneum on your own. Herculaneum was the first archaeological site discovered in the 18th century, and became one of the most famous sites in the world. Nowadays, Herculaneum boasts several landmarks such as the house with the mosaic atrium, the house of the deer, the thermal spas of the forum, the house of the mosaic of Neptune and Amphitrite, which definitely deserves to be visited. Afterwards you will continue on to Mount Vesuvius, enjoying a drive through a national park that features amazing views of the Bay of Naples. The bus will climb to a height of 1,000 meters, from where you will take a walking path up to the crater where you can admire area views and learn more about local geology from the volcanological guides. Following your Mt. Vesuvius visit, you’ll head back to Naples.

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From Rome: Transfer to Amalfi Coastline via Herculaneum

2. From Rome: Transfer to Amalfi Coastline via Herculaneum

Benefit from pick-up at Rome Airport (FCO), Central Station, or your hotel in Rome and be transferred in style to your accommodation in Amalfi area riding a modern minivan or sedan. Sit back and relax while your English-speaking driver takes you to your destination. Stop in Herculaneum for 2 hours and have a walk by yourself in the archaeological site with skip-the-line included. Afterward, resume the journey and enjoy the ride along the winding roads of the Amalfi coast with dramatic sights on the bay of Salerno and the island of Capri. Finally, you will be dropped off at your hotel, B&B, apartment or other accommodation on the Almalfi coastline.

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Transfer from Naples to Amalfi with Tour in Herculaneum

3. Transfer from Naples to Amalfi with Tour in Herculaneum

This transfer service includes pick-up at Naples airport, central station or your hotel and drop-off at your accommodation in the area of Amalfi/Ravello, and includes all taxes and gas. All drivers are professional, competent and punctual, also providing you with a lot of information along the way. Along the way, stop at the Herculaneum ruins for a two-hour private walking tour with an archaeological guide. You will meet the guide at the ticket office of Herculaneum ruins. See the most important monuments: the Northern Cardo (road oriented north-south), the House of the Skeleton, Thermopolium, men's thermal bath, Temple of Augustali, forum, House of the Black Saloon, House of Neptune and Amphitrite, House of Bel Cortile, the Samnite House, the House of the Wooden Partition, the bakery, the gym, the Home of the Bucks, the Marina gate, terrace of Marcus Nonius Balbus and the beach where hundreds of skeletons of the victims of the eruption were discovered. After this fascinating tour, you will continue with your driver to reach your destination in the area of Amalfi/Ravello and be dropped off at your hotel.

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Transfer from Naples to Sorrento with Tour in Herculaneum

4. Transfer from Naples to Sorrento with Tour in Herculaneum

Relax with a direct pick-up from your hotel or airport or central station at Naples, to begin your tour. Your driver will provide you with information along the journey as you drive to Sorrento.  There will be one major stop along the trip at the Herculaneum. This will give you the opportunity to walk around with an Archaeologist guide to explore the sites and hear the history. Your guide will be waiting for you at the ticket office of the Herculaneum ruins. The tour will cover the most important monuments of the site, such as the baths, the House of the Skeleton, the House of the Black Saloon, the House of Neptune and Amphitrite and many of the temples. See the remains of how daily life was spent and how it ended.  After the visit, you will climb back into your luxury ride and be driven to Sorrento Peninsula where your specified new accommodation is located. 

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What people are saying about Ercolano

Exciting experience

The tourist company welcomed us in the office, clarified the program, and gave us the vouchers. We travelled by shuttle buses of another local company. There is no guide during the day. Vouchers must be substituted for tickets at entrances. In the case of Vesuvius, this was uncomfortable. The bus stopped near the starting point of Vesuvius's pedestrian ascent, and the ticket office was 200 meters down the road.The parking for buses and taxis is crowded and dangerous for pedestrians. It takes at least an hour and a half to climb to the volcano crater and return. It is possible to return to Naples on a later bus.

Basically a shuttle bus

Could have done with less time at mount vesuvius and more time at herculaneum. There was no wine tasting stop as advertised either. Mister White, who is the actual tour company, asked get your guide to remove that part of the tour from their adverts a couple of months ago.

Nice view over Naples, there is not much to see at Vesuvius. Put on sturdy shoes. The ascent is a bit steep and already exhausting for older people. In between there are small kiosks where you can catch your breath. Toilets are only at the entrance and are very dirty.

Great trip well organised with a well spoken bus driver

Although u never got a guide on the trip to take you on the bus it was well worth doing. The bus had a guided talk as u went along and the driver always helped with meeting times and information needed. Both places were great.

Catching the bus was easy and the lady doing the ticketing was very helpful. The fact that it was a Hop on and Off bus was suprising but ended up being great.. we took a train from Rome to do the tour and had a great day.