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We visited twice to view, this year and last year and had a chuckle at the street sign/symbol which is quite prominent once you know what you are looking for !
Our guide also pointed a sign/symbol out on the pavement, so that visitors to...More
Just getting in to the Lupanare is a trial. Six feet from the entrance is a flimsy barrier across the road with Signora Jobsworth forbidding passage entailing a 600 yard detour in 30C heat to arrive at the entrance. I could understand it if it...More
Of all the spots in pompei, this is probably the biggest attraction. I went and saw the house, and there was quite a line. When there is a long line, the park attendant was asking everybody to just single file through, and to not stop....More
We were lucky enough to fined no line at this small house and there were only a few people inside. The pictures on the wall shows clearly what services were rendered. I was just astonished that those services could be done on those small hard...More
Well preserved, probably because the house had two floors. The paintings in the walls and above the doors are quite well preserved and indicated the services provided in every room. A very interesting spot, don't miss it!
This is a tiny back street house of ill repute which of course generates a fair bit of interest so we found a short queue to get in and because it is so small you just file through. It is all very basic and functional...More
All of Pompeii is fascinating, but the Lupanare is particularly interesting as a place where men went to engage in carnal discourse with ladies of the night (and probably, daytime). Colorful frescoes on the wall offer sort of an explicit menu of services rendered back...More