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We travelled by train from Sorrento to Pompei, which was packed. We joined a group with a guide, but now I wish we had hired the headsets as we could have gone round more at our own pace. Make sure you wear flat shoes as...More
Every year, some two million people visit the ruins of Roman Pompei. They come and go and that’s a pity because the city has much more to offer. Compared to Napoli, Pompei is clean and less hectic. The centre is dominated by the Beata Vergine...More
It is unbelievable to that this civilization existed 2000 years ago, the attention to detail was amazing. The white Stones in the roads which were used as cat eyes. The site is amazing and best to take a guide. Some sad sites as well.
This vast area of ruined buildings and temples can be overwhelming. It is best to hire a guide. We hired a guide for 120 Euros and she took us on a 2 hour walk around the major sites. It was well worth the money. It...More
We all know the tragic history of Pompeii but you'll never fully understand unless you go there. When you go there, you'll see the human bodies turned into ashes and you'll be shocked by thinking how big and dangerous the mother nature can be.
They have 3 of the original plaster body casts on display we remember seeing in books but most of the artifacts have been moved to the archaeology museum in Naples. Pompei (moderna)
Pompei (moderna) is a world heritage site with a bone chilling history that...More
Another thought; if you skip going into Pompeii itself, you could go to Naples by train, taxi or with a private tour guide and see the the Archeological museum there, where all the best items found in Pompeii and... More
Another thought; if you skip going into Pompeii itself, you could go to Naples by train, taxi or with a private tour guide and see the the Archeological museum there, where all the best items found in Pompeii and Herculaneum are displayed. The mosaics and statues and even the every day items are fascinating.