Pompeii Tickets

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Explore Pompeii and find out what life was like in this Ancient Roman city . Destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD, Pompeii was buried under a blanket of ash which, paradoxically, allowed the city to be preserved, freezing it in time. Throughout the visit, therefore, you will be able to contemplate one of the best-preserved cultural heritages in history .

You will discover many details about the daily life of the ancient Romans, and you will be able to see what their houses, shops and signs were like . You will also have the opportunity to stroll around and enjoy views of the city's forum, as well as the temples of Jupiter and Apollo. This is a visit full of history and life, ideal for culture lovers.

  • Discover Pompeii, the best-preserved Roman city in the world.
  • Stroll through the streets of the city and discover what daily life was like in Ancient Rome.
  • See some of Pompeii's main monuments, such as the Forum and the Basilica.

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  • Reserved entrance to Pompeii

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On this tour you will have the opportunity to visit Pompeii, famous for having been destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in the year 79. The ruins of the city were discovered in the 18th century and are currently one of the best preserved archaeological heritages on the planet .

Pompeii was sunk under the ashes of Vesuvius, which allowed the ruins to be preserved and now allows us to discover the details of what life was like in the city at the time it was destroyed. You will be able to visit houses, shops, statues, signs and public buildings, all of which are perfectly preserved. This will give you an idea of what life was like in Roman times .

Some of the most important archaeological remains of the city are the following:

  • Forum of Pompeii: This was the civic centre and the heart of Pompeii's commercial life. It was accessed through a large bronze gate and no carriages were allowed inside.
  • Temple of Jupiter: The temple was built in the 2nd century BC in honour of the Roman god Jupiter, equivalent to the Greek god Zeus. It was severely damaged by the earthquake of 62 AD and was being restored at the time of the eruption of Vesuvius.
  • Basilica: The Basilica of Pompeii was the seat of the administration of justice and, together with the Forum, was the most important building in the city.
  • Temple of Apollo: This temple was located in an area enclosed by 48 columns and worshipped the Greek deity Apollo, whose cult had been widespread in the region for centuries. Among other things, Apollo was known as the god of the sun.

A visit to a city that has remained intact since the 1st century, which will allow you to stroll through its streets and enjoy the secrets and curiosities it holds.


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    The entrance fee should include a guide.
  • K
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    Impressive way to see the ruins of a city.
  • E
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    It is impressive to see how life developed in those times, the aqueduct systems advanced to their time.
  • N
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    It is sad to think of how these people died without having a chance to survive.
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