Archeologia a Napoli. Guide Turistiche e servizi per l'archeologia

Tours in Naples and its sorroundings

Tours in Campania

Are you passionate about archaeology? At Archeologia a Napoli, we offer customizable and exclusive tours in Campania, specifically tailored for archaeology enthusiasts. Explore the incredible sites in the Bay of Naples, including Pompeii, Herculaneum, Oplontis, Stabiae, Caserta, Paestum, and the fascinating Campi Flegrei. 

Discover the secrets of the ancient world while marveling at preserved ruins and artifacts. From the tragic story of Pompeii to the grandeur of Caserta, each site offers a glimpse into the past. Whether you're a seasoned archaeology enthusiast or discovering the world of ancient civilizations for the first time, Archeologia a Napoli provides a range of tour options to cater to your interests and needs. Unearth the treasures of Campania with us and embark on a journey through history like no other.

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Tours in Pompeii

Explore the fascinating world of archaeology with Archeologia a Napoli! Catering to passionate archaeology enthusiasts, we offer unique tours in Pompeii guided by experienced archaeologists. Immerse yourself in the ancient ruins, uncovering the secrets of this captivating city through expert guidance. Join us for an unforgettable journey into the past!

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Tours in Naples


A unique city, characterised by the multitude of cultures that over the course of three millenia have made it their home, leaving traces of their passage and moulding it into a complex metropolis, eclectic and surprising. Behind every corner hides a thousand year old story, a remarkable event, an unresolved mystery. Its charm between beauty and neglect drove Goethe to remark that Naples was “a haven inhabited by devils”

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Tours in Herculaneum

The extraordinary remains of the ancient Herculaneum are no less than an open door to a precise moment of the past. They show the Roman civilization with such abundance of details and degree of preservation of the organic materials as to be considered unparalleled  throughout the world.

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Tours in Oplontis


This Roman Villa covers a built up area of at least 3,650 square meters and it is made up of two distinct cores; one, dating back to the 1st century BC, descends from the “Atrium house” style and is adorned with beautiful paintings in the “architectonic style” (second style), the other, of the Nero period, centred around the pool (“natatio”).

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Campi Flegrei tours 

Discover the Phlegraean Fields thanks to the guided tours of Archeology in Napoli; you will be guided by a professional archaeologist who will lead you among the places of myth, through the history of a land in which the deepest roots of Western civilization lie, where history, landscape and myth blend together, where every product, every glimpse, every stone tell of a great past, of coexistence with a nature as generous as it is risky, of warriors, emperors, rich aristocrats, poets, writers, entrepreneurs, industrious artisans, loves, crimes and great banquets.

Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of archaeology with an exclusive and tailor-made tours for archeology enthusiasts. Join us on a captivating journey through the ancient wonders of the Tour Campi Flegrei (Phlegrean Fields), exploring archaeological sites such as Kyme, Puteoli (Pozzuoli), and Baia. Discover the rich history and volcanic landscapes of this region, while indulging in a leisurely and informative experience. Book your private tour today and delve into the captivating world of archaeological treasures.



The National Archaeological Museum of Naples exhibits a unique collection of frescos, mosaics, sculptures, gold and silver objects as well as commonly used objects collected from the local region. Also several collections, including the Collezione Farnese.

The Archaeological Museum of Campi Flegrei, situated in the Aragonese castle of Baia, recently upgraded to 47 rooms, has artefacts from the area starting in the prehistoric period and spanning up to the Roman era.

Tour di un giorno a Pompei ed Ercolano

Visit to Pompeii and Herculaneum

A day of immersion in the past, to discover life of the cities buried by the Vesuvius in the 79.

Combining the visit of the two ancient cities you can have a complete sight on  the Roman society of the Bay of Naples.

The extension of Pompeii, a city of 66 hectares (163 acres), will let you to get lost in the past walking along the narrow streets and crowded main streets, visiting the shops, factories and especially the houses, which are the mirror of a society unexpectedly complex and varied.

Thanks to the fascinating casts of the victims (the famous bodies of Pompeii), who photograph the last moments of life of the citizens of Pompeii, you will have the perception of the tragedy that struck the population who lived in the shadow of Vesuvius.

Herculaneum, small and opulent town overlooking the gulf - thanks to the incredible preservation of materials, such as wood, cloth, papyrus- you can perceive with exceptional level of detail the appearance of an ancient Roman city, that comes to life thanks to the stories told by the extraordinary epigraphic documentation that, thanks to the huge amount of public inscriptions, wooden tablets, papyri, is a unique source of information for the study of antiquity.

The excursion includes 3 hours of visit to Pompeii, following an itinerary that touches all aspects of daily life, focusing on the houses, characterized by an incredible state of conservation of the decorations (mosaics and paintings).

After a lunch break of 1 hour, you will visit the ancient Herculaneum (about 2 hours), where the tour will touch the entire Archaeological Park selecting the most characteristic examples, the exhibition area of the boat and the Antiquarium.


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Ivan Varriale
Archeologia a Napoli. Servizi per l'Archeologia e per il Turismo culturale
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