Pompeii Tour from Rome with Amalfi Coast Drive

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13 hrs

Max 18

Why take this tour?

This Amalfi Coast day trip from Rome combines two of Italy's most iconic locations into a single, unforgettable day. First you'll visit Pompeii for a guided tour that includes all of the highlights of the ancient city. Then drive out onto the jaw-dropping Amalfi Coast and explore the lovely town of Positano.

Highlights

  • Created with Sketch.Private transport to Pompeii from Rome
  • Created with Sketch.Explore the ancient city and hear the story of its rise and fall from your expert guide
  • Created with Sketch.Travel along the stunning Amalfi Coast via private transportation
  • Created with Sketch.Stop at the Italian town of Positano
  • Created with Sketch.Skip-the-line Pompeii tickets

Explore the once-buried streets of Pompeii

The Amalfi Coast and the ruins of Pompeii are two of Italy's most iconic destinations - but most people don't realize that they're manageable on a day trip from Rome. Meet your fluent, English-speaking tour leader and hop onboard our air-conditioned minibus for a well-balanced adventure. We'll even have you home in time for dinner!

Your day starts early in central Rome, where we pick you up before rush hour and slip out of the city for the three and a half hour drive to Pompeii. Once there, you'll meet a local archeologist - the perfect guide for this leg of your adventure. Explore 2,000 year-old streets and the ruins of houses, restaurants, temples, business, and (if appropriate for the ...

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The Amalfi Coast and the ruins of Pompeii are two of Italy's most iconic destinations - but most people don't realize that they're manageable on a day trip from Rome. Meet your fluent, English-speaking tour leader and hop onboard our air-conditioned minibus for a well-balanced adventure. We'll even have you home in time for dinner!

Your day starts early in central Rome, where we pick you up before rush hour and slip out of the city for the three and a half hour drive to Pompeii. Once there, you'll meet a local archeologist - the perfect guide for this leg of your adventure. Explore 2,000 year-old streets and the ruins of houses, restaurants, temples, business, and (if appropriate for the group) brothels. As you wander the streets, your guide will tell you stories of the rise of this once-bustling city and its catastrophic demise after the eruption of the nearby Mount Vesuvius.

Timings on our Pompeii tour change to suit the visitor flow on that particular day. In most cases, we visit Pompeii early in the morning, before the cruise ships arrive. However, there are days where cruise ships arrive early and we flip the tour, to visit Pompeii in the quieter afternoon. Whatever the timing on your tour, rest assured that your day will be carefully planned to give you the best experience possible.

After Pompeii you'll get back into the van to enjoy one of the most beautiful drives in the world, as you head into the fabled Amalfi Coast. Snap a few pictures from unbelievable lookout points, as your tour leader tells you the history of this stretch of coastline, which has changed from a collection of fishing villages to one of the most visited areas of Italy.

You'll disembark in the lovely town of Positano where you can enjoy a leisurely lunch of fresh seafood, shop in the fashionable boutiques, or even hop into the blue waters of the Bay of Naples (so don't forget to bring a swimsuit!).

After an enchanting afternoon you'll board your transport for the final drive back to Rome. You should be back in your hotel room just in time for a late meal.

Our Pompeii day trip from Rome is not only a fun, activity-packed day, but an unforgettable insight into an ancient civilization.

PLEASE NOTE: In low season (November - March) most restaurants and businesses in Positano close, making the town a rather dull visit. During this time we will instead visit Sorrento town - another beautiful Amalfi Coast town, where you will have ample choices for lunch and shopping.

  • Sites Visited
  • Death casts at Pompeii
  • Examples of Pompeii homes
  • Public Baths
  • Ancient fast-food restaurants
  • The famous Pompeii brothels (if suitable for group)
  • Pompeii Amphitheater
  • A Pompeii temple
  • Amalfi Coast drive
  • Positano town
  • Tour Includes
  • Round-trip transport from Rome
  • Skip-the-line entrance tickets to Pompeii
  • Expert Pompeii tour guide
  • Fluent tour leader to accompany you from Rome
  • Small groups of 18 people or fewer
  • Free time in Positano town (lunch is not included)
Our tour leaders are skilled storytellers
Our tour leaders are skilled storytellers
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FAQ

Can I bring a bag with me into Pompeii?
Small bags and purses are allowed inside pompeii. However, any large backpacks or luggage will have to be left in your transport van.
Is lunch included?
No. Your guide will give you a few great recommendations for lunch spots and give you plenty of time, but where and what you eat is up to you.
Is this tour wheelchair accessible?
No. Unfortunately, due to site restrictions we cannot accommodate wheelchairs on this tour. If you use a wheelchair and book this tour by accident, we are happy to offer you credit for a future tour that is wheelchair accessible anywhere in the world, or a full refund.
If I bring a swimming suit can I go for a dip in the sea?
Yes! Although be aware that there is not always a lifeguard on duty in the areas you might want to swim so you will be getting in the water at your own risk.
What if the weather is bad (rain, snow, hail, etc.) on the day of my tour?
Our tours run rain or shine so please dress for the elements. We also ask you to please remember hats and sunscreen if you are taking this tour in the summer as it might be very hot.
Is Pompeii accessible to people in wheelchairs?
The streets of Pompeii have never been repaved or smoothed over so much of the city is nearly impossible to navigate for those with mobility impairments. If you use a wheelchair there is a special route for you, so please contact our customer service department for details.
Can I use this tour as a transfer to Positano?
Unfortunately our transport vans do not have enough space to accommodate luggage so it's not possible to use this tour as a transfer to Positano from Rome. Moreover, on some occasions the tour stops in Positano before Pompeii and does not return to the town afterwards.