After the forced closure on March, caused to the Covid pandemic situation, the archaeological park of Pompeii reopens its gates from today 26 of May. In order to give the possibility to visit safely the ruins there will be an experimental phase of two weeks where visitors, with a fixed undirectional route and respecting the social distancing, can visit some of the most important places and monuments of the ancient city (here you can see the opened buildings -> [...]

In order to counter and contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus, with the Decree of the 8th March 2020 - Art. 2, Letter D, the Archaeological Park of Pompeii will be temporarily closed, like all the museums and all the places of State culture, until the 3rd April. With that new urgent provision Italy closes, all over the peninsula, cinemas, theatre, museums, archeological sites, archives and libraries. We really hope to welcome you back soon to Pompeii!!  

2019 was a very important year in terms of culture for Italy and especially for the Campania Region. Many of the sites in the Campania Region received a large number of visitors and the excavations of Pompeii ranked third in the Italian list of the most visited museums in Italy with 3,937,468 million visitors. Decades of excavations, discoveries and studies allow us today to visit a large part of the ancient town with the most famous and beautiful streets, houses and shops. The actual excavation [...]

What are you waiting for? Hurry up and book the innovative Sharing Tour of Pompeii Discovery that will bring you back to life, starting April 1st, thanks to the narration of our Storytellers and innovative Virtual Reality Headsets, to admire the city destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD. Thanks to authorized guides you will have the opportunity to learn the history, the culture and myths of the ancient city of Pompeii walking through its most famous streets and squares. Pompeii was fou [...]

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