Guided tour in Pompeii: who to trust 

What to see in Pompeii: discovering the ancient city  

The ancient city of Pompeii has very ancient origins and guards a historical and artistic heritage that has enchanted millions of tourists from all over the world for years. It is a city in Campania, known for its ancient city buried in 79 AD by the eruption of Vesuvius. The first attraction to visit in Pompeii is undoubtedly the excavations. Entering from Via Marina leads directly to the ancient centre of Pompeii, right in the heart of the archaeological excavations. The heart of the city is the Forum, which in those days was also the religious, economic and cultural centre of society. Meetings were also held here and political decisions were made. In the 2nd century B.C., the Forum was enlarged, deciding to replace the traditional tufa paving with travertine. At the same time, the square also became the site of numerous workshops and public buildings. At the centre of the Agora rose the famous temple of Apollo, which is still one of the oldest cult buildings in Pompeii. Inside the temple, in addition to the cult of the god Apollo, the cult of Mercury was also celebrated. The archaeological park is very large, about 44 hectares, so you need at least two hours for a quick visit and a full day to admire them all. A guided tour in Pompeii lasts an average of two hours, covering the points of greatest interest.

Guided tour in Pompeii: who to contact 

For a guided tour in Pompeii you can rely on the competence and professionalism of Ctourguide, which over the years has become a real point of reference for all history lovers. Through the guided tour it will be possible to discover all the hidden secrets of the city that was overwhelmed by the fury of Vesuvius. It will be a leap back in time thanks to which it will be possible to discover the customs and habits of the inhabitants of Pompeii, touching symbolic places and objects of the time.