Discover Pompeii and walk through the alleys of Sorrento
One ticket for 3 sites of the Vesuvian archaeological area: Pompeii, Oplontis-Stabie and the Boscoreale Museum.
Explore Pompeii and walk around the crater of the world-famous volcano Vesuvius, 1,200 metres above sea level, overlooking the Bay of Naples!
Discover Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast on your own and let yourself be seduced by one of the most beautiful areas of the Mediterranean
Visit Ercolano, a small coastal town that was submerged by a river of volcanic mud
Explore the legendary Pompeii with an organised tour.
VISIT NAPOLI: OUR ADVICE
Where to stay in Naples?
Naples offers various strategic places to stay it all depend on your needs. To stay close to the places of interest and to live in full the Neapolitan folklore we recommend you to stay in the historic center, in the area of Via Toledo close to the major tourist destinations, great for shopping and well supplied by public transport. If you prefer a peaceful area but still well connected to the rest of the city, we recommend you the Chiaia area. If you want to enjoy the view, you can go to Vomero or to Posillipo.
How to get to Naples?
Being well provided with domestic transportation, we recommend getting to Naples by train or plane, avoiding in this way the problems of traffic and parking in case you arrive by car. The airport is well connected to the city and by public transport you can easily get to the center. The central station is very well connected from here you can reach any point of interest with the subway. Study well your shifts in the city considering that buses are subject to the city traffic.
What to eat in Naples?
You can´t go to Naples and not try the pizza! One of the best pizzas we suggest you is Sorbillo in Via dei Tribunali. But Naples has more than pizza to offer. During your sightseeing, stop and taste the Neapolitan street food, the fried is the most popular! Donuts, panzarotti, or “o’ cuoppo” (paper cone with mixed fried fish), croquettes, fried pizza, but also “o’ brore e’ purp” (octopus broth) and “o’ per’ e o’ muss” (boiled pork parts and cooled season with salt and lemon). A must-try are the desserts including puffs, babà and the donuts of San Giuseppe. Don´t forget a good coffee.