Naples and Pompeii Archeology and Classical Studies

4 days/3 nights

From only £439pp


4 days/3 nights From only £439pp

The Sorrento peninsular provides an excellent opportunity to discover geography. Visits to Mount Vesuvius, Solfatara Volcano and the Roman city of Pompeii provide brilliant prospects for some of the most fascinating fieldtrips.

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What's included in the trip?

  • Return executive coach travel
  • Return scheduled flights
  • Accommodation on a half board basis
  • Multi-bedded rooms for students
  • Single/twin rooms for leaders
  • Free itinerary planning and visits booking service
  • Comprehensive travel pack
  • 1:10 leader place ratio

Sample itinerary

  • Day 1

    Flight to Naples. Transfer to hotel and free time to explore the local area. Evening meal at local restaurant.

  • Day 2

    Visit to Mount Vesuvius National Park. Visit to the archaeological site of Pompeii. Evening meal at local restaurant.

  • Day 3

    Full day excursion to the Island of Capri. Evening meal at local restaurant.

  • Day 4

    Visit to Archaeology Museum. Transfer to airport and return flight to UK. Arrive UK.

Enhance your trip

  • A victim of the Vesuvius eruption that took Pompeii, Herculaneum is often seen as better preserved than Pompeii.
  • The Naples National Archaeological Museum is a museum in Naples, southern Italy, at the northwest corner of the original Greek wall of the city of Neapolis. The museum contains a large collection of Roman artifacts from Pompeii, Stabiae and Herculaneum. The collection includes works of the highest quality produced in Greek, Roman and Renaissance times. It is the most important Italian archaeological museum.
  • Naples is built layer over layer out of the compacted volcanic ash and rock that Italians call tufo. Porous and easily manipulated, it was used by the Greeks, starting around 470 B.C., as they built their Neapolis; the name means “New City” and emerged over time as Napoli — or, in English, Naples. Later the Romans used the tufo quarries for an extensive system of underground aqueducts. Over the centuries a massive honeycomb of caverns and passageways has been created beneath Naples and its environs. In World War II many of the quarry shafts were enlarged and spiraling stairways were added, opening up the caverns for use as air raid shelters.
  • Take your students to a local farmhouse to visit how Mozzarella cheese is made and taste it for yourself!