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Pompeii: Fast Track Entrance Ticket with Audio Guide

1. Pompeii: Fast Track Entrance Ticket with Audio Guide

Skip the long lines and discover the remains of the Roman city. See ancient ruins, destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD, leaving the city buried under mountains of volcanic ash. Take advantage of an audio guide service to see houses and everyday items that are still almost intact. Experience this everyday Roman town, almost like it was under the Roman Empire. Learn more about the history of the town from your audio guide commentary. Visit highlights of the town such as the Roman amphitheater, the small theater, and the public gym. Discover what remains of shopfronts and stores. See frescoes that have been preserved, depicting various scenes of Roman mythology and daily life.

Pompeii: Archeological Site Entry Ticket

2. Pompeii: Archeological Site Entry Ticket

Step back in time with this ticket to the archeological site of Pompeii. Expereince the thrill of walking down streets that were preserved by volcanic ash. Discover its temples, theaters, elegant villas, and public buildings. Roam comfortably thorugh the site with free luggage storage. Show your ticket at the door and begin your exploration of one of the most famous archeological sites in the world. On the morning of August 24, AD 79, the Vesuvius eruption took Pompeii's 11,000 residents by surprise. The dramatic event killed the inhabitants and the city was buried beneath ash. Feel the thrill of seeing where Romans picked up lunch in the market place. View the intricate mosaics in the public baths. View Hellenistic places like the House of the Faun. Imagine sitting in the audience at the amphitheater or admire the frescoed Villa of the Mysteries. Stroll to the temples of Venus, Apollo, and Jupiter. Capture picture of the city with Vesuvius looming in the background. Have time to explore the site at your own pace and skip the stress of booking tickets to this popular attraction.

Naples: San Lorenzo Maggiore and Neapolis Sotterrata Ticket

3. Naples: San Lorenzo Maggiore and Neapolis Sotterrata Ticket

Explore the complex of San Lorenzo Maggiore, at the geographic center of ancient Naples, and the subterranean treasures that lie beneath it. See colorful frescoes in the Sisto V Hall, the Gothic charm of the Chamber Hall, and excavated relics in the museum. Marvel at the beauty of the San Lorenzo Maggiore Church and its Franciscan frescoes before gazing at the stunning ceiling frescoes in the Sisto V Hall. Pass through the Cloister and visit Chapter Hall, decorated with a Gothic portal from the late fourteenth century. Then, descend 10 meters underground and discover the ancient ruins of the Neapolis, the old Greek-Roman city which was founded in 470 B.C. Discover the ancient commercial heart of the city, the Macellum (market). End your visit with some time in the museum, which presents a cross-section of the history of Naples from the classical age until the nineteenth century.

Naples: National Archaeological Museum Ticket and Pemcards

4. Naples: National Archaeological Museum Ticket and Pemcards

Visit the Naples National Archeological Museum with your day admission ticket and marvel at one of the world’s finest collections of Greco-Roman artifacts. Charles III of Spain founded the museum in the mid-18th century.  The museum hosts extensive collections of Greek and Roman antiquities. The core of the collection comes from the Farnese Collection and includes engraved gems and the Farnese Marbles. You can also see the museum’s best-known collections as well as new displays including the history of coins and the celebrated Secret Cabinet.

Naples: Palazzo Reale Entrance Ticket & Pemcards

5. Naples: Palazzo Reale Entrance Ticket & Pemcards

Explore the primary royal residence of the Bourbon kings with a full-day entrance ticket to the Palazzo Reale in Naples. Home to the Bourbon rulers in the first half of the 18th century, the Palazzo Reale was designed by one of the most prominent architects of the day, Domenico Fontana. The palace is situated on the elegant Piazza Plebiscito, the largest square in Naples.  Inside, discover a beautiful double staircase that leads you up to the royal apartments, now home to the palace's museum of furnishings and art. Admire a huge 18th-century nativity scene in the Cappella Reale (Royal Chapel). Learn about the vast collection of texts in the National Library, including thousands of papyrus scrolls found at Herculaneum, and the remains of a 5th-century Coptic Bible.

Naples: Castel Sant'Elmo Ticket and Pemcards

6. Naples: Castel Sant'Elmo Ticket and Pemcards

Visit the star-shaped military fortress of the Castel Sant'Elmo at the summit of Vomero Hill. Take in the fantastic views of Naples and its stunning surroundings from the rooftop. Explore the magnificent building at your own pace. Discover its interesting history, from the original church dedicated to St. Erasmus, to the current structure as a unique example of 16th-century military architecture carved into the city's famous tufa rock. Designed by the Viceroy Don Pedro Alvarez de Toledo and Pedro Luis Escriva, a military engineer from Valencia, the roof-top terrace covering the perimeter of the castle is without a doubt a stand-out feature. After enjoying the views over St. Martin's Charterhouse (Certosa di San Martino), admire the various views of the city and the gulf. Don’t miss the cultural activities and events that often enliven the spaces of the castle, from ancient art through to more contemporary styles.

Naples: Traditional Neapolitan Music Concert

7. Naples: Traditional Neapolitan Music Concert

Neapolitan songs are famous across the world. Take the chance to experience this incredible musical cultural heritage with a 1-hour concert. Listen as performers play the most famous songs and tunes from Naples.  You will be transported to an authentic Neapolitan venue to enjoy the sounds, language, manners and hospitality characteristic of this tradition. The musicians, singers, actors, and dancers will perform each day with a different performer featuring each evening.  The performers do not use microphones or other tools, so you will have the chance to experience the Italian passion of the performers. They will play the most renowned Neapolitan melodies, and the show finishes with a sing-along to the famous 'O Sole Mio' at the end. An unmissable event for any music lover. 

Naples: Treasure of St. Gennaro with audio guide

8. Naples: Treasure of St. Gennaro with audio guide

The word ‘Treasure’, in sacred art, indicates the Chapel of the Relics, but in Naples the Treasure of San Gennaro also houses a priceless heritage of devotional objects made of gold, silver, bronze and precious stones. Over the centuries these riches have been donated to San Gennaro by Neapolitan and foreign kings, by Popes and by the people. The audio guide welcomes the extraordinary interpretation by Toni Servillo, the passionate narration by Nunzia Schiano, the engaging story by Patrizio Rispo, the introduction by Maurizio de Giovanni, the welcome by Don Riccardo Carafa d’Andria and Monsignor Vincenzo de Gregorio and the original music composed by Antonio Fresa with the special participation of Raiz, Pietra Montercorvino, Eugenio Bennato, Vincenzo de Gregorio, Maurizio Capone, Marco Zurzolo and the Sanitansamble Youth Orchestra. The audio guide is available in Italian, English, French, German, Spanish and also in Neapolitan! Choose the option with catalog and / or soundtrack CD to keep a tangible memory of the experience forever

Naples: Capodimonte National Museum Ticket and Pemcards

9. Naples: Capodimonte National Museum Ticket and Pemcards

Visit the National Museum of Capodimonte, located on a hilltop in Naples from which you can admire the incredible views over the city and the sea. Discover how the palace began its long royal connection in the 18th-century as a hunting lodge to King Charles, the Bourbon king of Naples and Sicily. As you stroll through the museum, admire the stunning interiors which were designed by Charles of Bourbon. These rooms were the former residence of the Bourbon family and now houses the family’s art collection, including masterpieces by Titian, Parmigianino, Carracci, Borgia, and d’Avalos. Head to the Porcelain Gallery on the 2nd and the 3rd floors and see the famous porcelain cabinet in the Royal Apartments.

Naples: Opera Concert at the Salotto Barbaja Ticket

10. Naples: Opera Concert at the Salotto Barbaja Ticket

Listen to a live opera concert in the Salotto Barbaja at Naples' Palazzo Medici Acquaviva. Go to the Palazzo Medici Acquaviva, a historic 18th-century building in the heart of Naples. Admire the artwork as you enter the elegant Salotto Barbaja. Have a drink at the cocktail bar before the show and take in your surroundings. Afterward, sit down to an intimate concert of opera arias performed by a soprano and tenor accompanied by a string quartet.

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4.4 / 5

based on 12,662 reviews

Have to show the voucher and get the ticket from the gate right away The audio guide location is next to the gate .

Easy to find via the Napoli-Sorento train line, staff were helpful to getting us where we needed to be.

Worked great! We were able to enter immediately with our tour group and saw everything we wanted.

No line early so you may not need the fast track if you get there early, weekday, October.

Getting our own tickets meant we didn’t have to get up early and join a tour.