Forming a UNESCO World Heritage Site together with Herculaneum and Oplontis, Pompeii is one the most visited museum sites in Italy and attracts huge numbers of tourists every year. It is a unique place ensuring an incomparable experience for visitors. There are nine "Regio" i.e. the nine areas that can be visited in this ancient city, divided between ancient streets and alleys, amphitheatres and the evocative necropolis, as well as villas, homes, temples and public and recreational buildings. This important archaeological site was buried by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 A.D. It is a step back in time ensuring in-depth testimony of Roman history. A visit to the Pompeii Archaeological Area can also take in visits to Boscoreale, Oplontis, Stabiae, Longola, Castello di Lettere, Villa Sora, Polverificio Borbonico and Reggia di Quisisana.
Entirely accessible to people with disabilities and other challenged persons.
For information and details, please contact the Information Desk.
Audio guides are available for visitors.
There is a baby area as well as baby care services
Luggage storage is available for visitors
There is an Information Desk, which is always open to the public during visiting hours.
There is a refreshment area for visitors
Toilets are available.
There is a bookshop for visitor purchases.
Visitors can book guided tours.
The venue has been adapted in compliance with Covid-19 rules and regulations. Wearing masks is mandatory. For detailed information and specific rules of conduct, visit the website.
Opening hours: 9.00
Closing hours: 17.00
Last admission: 15.30
Full price 16 € (reduced rate of €10.00 for afternoon access from 15.30)
Reduced 2 € (#)
(+1.50 on-line advanced sale)