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Caserta Royal Palace & La Reggia Designer Outlet Shuttle Service from Naples
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The Royal Palace of Caserta: Priority Entrance with Transport from Naples
- Duration: 5h
- Group of max. 15 people
Royal Palace of Caserta: Guided Tour & Skip the Line
- Duration: 3h
- Live guide in English, Italian
- Group of max. 16 people
Royal Palace of Caserta: Roundtrip Shuttle Bus from Naples
- Duration: 6h
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Naples Underground is easy to reach by metro or bus and takes guests on an amazing underground tour of a city that's over 2400 years old! See the ancient aquaduct that's been providing the city with water for 23 centuries, an ancient theater, and more! You won't believe what's down there.
Step into life before the Vesuvius eruption with a visit to Herculaneum (Ercolano in Italian). This ancient Roman town lies in the shadows of Mount Vesuvius, and was once wealthier than Pompeii. Both towns were destroyed by volcanic flows in 79 AD. Pompeii is well-preserved but Herculaneum is even more so - the eruption preserved doors, bedding and even food here. This UNESCO World Heritage site allows you to explore several villas and taverns and examine the mosaics and frescoes preserved for centuries by the volcanic water, ash and debris.
Mount Vesuvius is a famous volcano which completely buried the Roman cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum in 79 AD. Visitors can walk the scenic slopes, learn about the volcano's history, and get incredible views of the Gulf of Naples. Vesuvius is easy to reach by bus from both Naples and Pompeii.
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Paestum is located south of Naples and is easy to reach with public transport, making for a great day (or half-day) trip from Naples. This Greco-Roman archaeological site is home to the remains of three ancient Greek temples and a museum. Founded as a Greek colony in the 6th century BC, Paestum still has defensive walls, a Roman forum, what's left of a Roman amphitheater and a collection of ancient tombs, all of which can be explored at your leisure!