Entrance tickets to the Ruins of Pompeii

Piazza Esedra, 80045 Pompeii, Naples, Italy, Pompeii, Italy
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Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997, Pompeii undoubtedly tells a fascinating chapter in the history of Ancient Rome. Here time stopped in 79AD, when the eruption of the nearby volcano Vesuvius covered the city, the buildings, the streets and its inhabitants.Discover how people lived in ancient Rome in the first century and visit the monumental buildings and houses where you can still admire the walls decorated with incredible mosaics and paintings. You can also visit the forum, the center of political and social life in the city, and where plaster casts of the victims are exposed along with everyday objects.

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  • People with disabilities and one carer are admitted for free and don't need to buy a ticket. A certificate of disability might be requested by the venue
  • Guests can visit any time within the opening hours: from 1 April to 31 October - from 09.00 am to 07.00 pm (last entrance at 05.30 pm) and from 1 November to 31 March 2024 - from 09.00 am to 05.00 pm (last entrance at 03:30 pm)
  • It is not permitted to bring bags, backpacks, suitcases or briefcases larger than 30 x 30 x 15 cm into the site. You may leave them at the bag check free of charge
  • Please note that children under 18 years old enter for free and don't need a ticket
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Entrance to Pompeii archeological site
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Visit a UNESCO World Heritage Site and admire the city's Forum, the Amphitheater and Ancient Romans' private houses. Travel back in time to see the city's last moments, admiring its remains covered by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79AD. Discover the incredible, perfectly preserved paintings, everyday objects and plaster casts of the victims

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Access the archaeological area from Piazza Esedra.