Frozen in time by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD, Pompeii offers a haunting yet unparalleled window into ancient Roman life. Read more

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Visit Pompeii in 2024

As you tread its ancient cobbles, you're transported back two millennia, walking alongside the shadows of its once-thriving inhabitants. Pompeii was a bustling Roman city until it met its tragic end, buried under meters of ash and pumice. Now a UNESCO World Heritage site, it provides an extraordinarily detailed insight into everyday life during the Pax Romana. The suddenness of the volcanic eruption preserved buildings, artefacts, and even the imprints of its citizens, rendering Pompeii one of the world's most evocative archaeological sites. Beyond its historical significance, the ruins against the backdrop of the menacing Vesuvius offers a captivating aesthetic that has inspired artists, writers, and thinkers for centuries.
Visiting Pompeii is akin to travelling back in time, letting one experience the grandeur, complexity, and ultimately, the fragility of human civilization.

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The most famous sights
What to do in Pompeii

The Forum

Once the heart of Pompeii's political, commercial, and social life, the Forum remains surrounded by ancient temples and governmental buildings.

House of the Faun

Named after the bronze statue of a dancing faun, this grand mansion provides a glimpse into the luxurious lifestyle of Pompeii's wealthy citizens.

Pompeii Amphitheatre

One of the oldest surviving Roman amphitheatres, it once echoed with the cheers of gladiatorial combats and other public spectacles.

Temple of Apollo

A significant religious site in Pompeii, it is dominated by the statue of Apollo and offers a peek into the spiritual beliefs of the ancient Romans.

Villa of the Mysteries

Famous for its well-preserved frescoes, this villa showcases scenes that are believed to depict initiation rites into a Dionysian mystery cult.

Plaster Casts

Eerily capturing the last moments of Pompeii's residents, these casts were made by pouring plaster into the voids left by the decomposed bodies.

House of the Vettii

A wealthy residence adorned with stunning frescoes and intricate artworks, highlighting the opulence of some Pompeian homes.

Baths of Pompeii

The public baths, like the Stabian Baths, elucidate the social and hygienic customs of the Roman populace.

Lupanar (Brothel)

Noted for its erotic frescoes, the brothel provides a candid look into the sensual aspects of Roman culture.

Pompeii Archaeological Museum

Situated nearby in Naples, it houses many of the artefacts recovered from Pompeii, offering a more detailed exploration of the city's life and art.

What else to visit
In and around Pompeii

Mount Vesuvius (11.04 km)

Dominating the Bay of Naples' skyline, Mount Vesuvius is not just an iconic natural landmark, but also a symbol of nature's unpredictable might.

Amalfi (15.02 km)

Clinging to soaring cliffs with the Tyrrhenian Sea stretching infinitely before it, Amalfi is a symphony of colors, aromas, and history. As the namesake of the famed Amalfi Coast, this town promises a journey of sun, sea, and Italian splendor.

Sorrento (17.11 km)

Perched on a cliff overlooking the azure Tyrrhenian Sea, Sorrento is a symphony of citrus groves, sun-kissed terraces, and Italian charm. This coastal town, with its captivating panoramas, serves as a melodious prelude to the Amalfi Coast.

Naples (23.16 km)

Embrace the vibrancy of Naples, a city where ancient history and lively modernity dance under the shadow of the majestic Mount Vesuvius.

Termoli (145.24 km)

San Giovanni Rotondo (148.06 km)

Set against the rugged Gargano Peninsula, San Giovanni Rotondo is a beacon of faith and devotion. Revered as the dwelling place of Padre Pio, this spiritual sanctuary beckons millions to its serene embrace, seeking solace and inspiration.

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