Like Pompeii, Herculaneum was destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD Herculaneum was a residential area, without any commercial importance such as Pompeii. It boasted beautiful villas of wealthy Romans. Herculaneum was submerged by a torrent of mud that turned into a soft tufa stone. The conditions preserved a lot of frescoes and artefacts, whose majority are kept in the Archaeological Museum of Naples, today. The most part of the ancient Herculaneum is still underneath.
The day trip is not private: You’ll share the bus and the guide with other customers
This day trip is by bus and takes place on Monday and Wednesda ... continue
COME AND DISCOVER THE BEAUTIES OF ITALY
Come and Discover the Beauties in Italy
Beautiful places to visit for Your vacation.
Each region of Italy has his own extraordinary tradition, gastronomy and more waiting for You.