Project Description

Naples and Pompeii: two legendary sites

If you are looking for mysterious myths and handed down narratives, Outreach’s tour in Naples and Pompeii is exactly what you should be looking for.

This tour offers roundtrip transportation from your hotel in Rome to Naples, a city known for its warm and welcoming culture, which will seduce you with its lively streets and ancient traditions.

Our bilingual guide, expert in art history, will lead you through an accessible path designed ad hoc to make you discover all the artistic treasures of this city: from the quaint old town with its palaces and churches, to the catacombs of underground Naples, passing through the Archaeological Museum, Castel Nuovo and the Royal Palace.

Naples coffee
Naples pizza
Naples skyline

Johann Wolfgang Goethe famously wrote “we spent today in ecstasies over the most astonishing sights. One may write or paint as much as one likes, but this place, the shore, the gulf, Vesuvius, the citadels, the villas, everything, defies description… Now I can forgive anyone for going off his head about Naples!”

You will have lunch in the center of Naples in an elegant restaurant where you can try some of the best dishes of traditional Neapolitan cuisine. Treat yourself with an authentic and world-class Neapolitan pizza and sip one of the best espressos in Italy in some of the oldest and most elegant cafés in town.

The journey continues in the afternoon to the archaeological site of Pompeii, a place of great charm for tourists from all over the world which became a UNESCO heritage site in 1997.
Going through the Pompeian excavations is a unique and timeless experience: you will walk through the ruins of a thriving city whose life was interrupted by the eruption of the Vesuvius and you will experience the last moments of the citizens who lived there. As of today, you can admire the remains of ancient streets and small shops still intact from the eruption.
The latest works carried out on the site have allowed the construction of an accessible 3-km long path that allows anyone to visit the entire site.