The immortal city

Destroyed and buried under volcanic ash and pumice in the terrible eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD79, the old Pompeii has been immortal since then.

From the beginning of the excavation in the middle of the 18th century, so many evidences and treasures were discovered that it is possible to see how they used to live there. The amphitheater, Temple of Apollo, Temple of Jupiter, House of the Faun, House of Menandro, House of the Vettii, Villa of Mysteries are the main place to visit. New excavations still increase the patrimony of this unique site thanks to a number of archaeologists who keep on working at this area.

This place boasts millions of tourists from all the world which appreciate the well-preserved ruins, the architecture of the houses and the famous artistic techniques.


Villa Arianna and Villa San Marco


Ville d’Otium is where Romans went in order to relax and enjoy the benefits of the place.

Even now you can visit their living rooms,dining room, atrium but also admire the sea and the Vesuvius from their own windows or walk on their own geometric mosaic while surrounded by red, yellow and blue frescos with butterflies, fantastic animals or mythological creatures.

Here you feel like living all the spiritual and physical Roman relieves, instead of the volcanic tragedy which actually appears as a sweet dormancy.


Imperial Villa with refined decorations

Villa Poppaea Sabina, in the name of the second wife of Nero, is part of UNESCO’s intangible world heritage, because of its luxurious residential structure and thermal baths-both full of frescos. It is the classical example of Otium Villa because it was built in order to take advantage of the healty weather near the cost which helped them reinforce their spirit and  body.

The buildings is embellished by fantastic pictorial decoration in Pompeian style but also by white marble  sculpture in the garden or in the thermal baths. In Crassius Tertius  Villa, a lot of amphora, weights and furnishings were found; that’s why they think this structure was used as a store of the surrounding agricultural products.

A part of the place was reserved for the dominus- the owner- as a huge number of frescos, jewelry and parts of more than 54 human bodies testify.


Pick up at the accommodation or agreed meeting point

10:00 Arrival at the archaeological site of Villa San Marco and meeting of participants

10:15 am Start of the tour led by a tour guide in an authorized language

11:45 am Transfer to Villa Arianna

12:00 start of the guided tour

13:00 End of the tour

Drop off

Second day

Pick up at the accommodation or agreed meeting point
• 9:00 am arrival in Pompeii, archaeological site
◦ Guided tour (2h) route established by the Institution: narration and stops by the Tourist Guide
Free Time 1 hour (unless otherwise agreed)
• 13:30 departure from Pompeii
• 13:45 Arrival in Oplonti
◦ Guided tour (2:30)
• 17:00 return
• 17:30 drop off at the accommodation




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        Tour type: Daily Tour
        Duration: 9 Hours
        Maximum number of people: 10


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