Streets packed with history, mythology and vestiges of an imperial past. Visit the magnificent southern region of Pozzuoli with this trip from Naples.
Pozzuoli Day Trip
At 2:30 pm we'll meet in Piazzetta Olivella square in Naples. From here we'll take the metro to Pozzuoli, a town built to defend the Roman Empire against the attacks of Hannibal the Carthaginian.
After a half an hour metro journey we'll arrive in Pozzuoli. We'll begin by admiring the Flavian Amphitheatre, which is believed to have been built by the same architects who built the Colosseum in Rome. Afterwards, we'll head to a viewpoint where we'll see the islands of Procida, Ischia and Capri. Did you know that Virgil was inspired by some of these places for The Aeneid?
Then we'll walk through the Rione Terra district, the oldest part of the city where the acropolis was located. Later, we'll visit the Macellum di Pozzuoli, the archaeological remains of what was a large Flavian building.
At the end of the trip we'll get the metro back to Naples, arriving between 4:30 pm and 5:30 pm.
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|Adults||Children between 5 and 14 years old||Children under 5 years old|
Children between 5 and 14 years oldUS$ 11.90
Children under 5 years oldFree
2 hours - 3 hours.
This is a bilingual (English/Spanish) guided tour.
English and Spanish speaking guide.
Metro ticket from Naples to Pozzuoli (around 2.20 EUR per person).
When to book?
Book as soon as possible to guarantee availability, especially during public holidays and festivities.
You can book up until the previous day (11:59 pm) if there are still places available.
We will send you a voucher that you can show on your phone to take part in the activity.
Frequently asked questions
Q - How to book?
A - To reserve the activity, choose the date and complete the form on this page. You will receive your confirmation immediately.
No (not suitable for people with reduced mobility).