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Skip The Line Pompeii Guided Tour & Mt. Vesuvius Volcano from Sorrento
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Skip The Line Pompeii Guided Tour & Mt. Vesuvius Volcano from Sorrento

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Tackle two of Italy’s historical sites with ease on a full-day tour that includes round-trip transport—guaranteed to save you hours of time planning. Discover little-known facts about the UNESCO-listed ruins of Pompeii from a guide, and wander around the crater of Mt. Vesuvius without worrying about safety. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included for added convenience.
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Ovidiana C wrote a review Aug 2019
Romania699 contributions133 helpful votes
The inside castle museum is important to see . But is not a must. Is good to feel the first vibe of the city starting with this one. But don t forget at finish to go and feel happy looking at the sea from the beautifull therace!! Is very nice. Shame that the bar is not open and you can not find or join a drink on that beautifull view
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Date of experience: August 2019
EnakshiC wrote a review Nov 2018
Navi Mumbai, India748 contributions199 helpful votes
Actually on our sightseeing tour, it was a bit difficult to locate this palace. It’s in an alley. Of course the locals guide you, but just that it’s not conveniently located. There’s an entry charge. Facade actually looks pretty like a normal house instead of a palace.
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Date of experience: December 2017
CatieGuide wrote a review Oct 2018
London, United Kingdom185 contributions46 helpful votes
Went here first on our day our to Sorrento - knew our time was limited to a couple of hours but plenty to see and watch. Highlights include the amazing clock room, the botany pages alongside some abasing pieces of furniture and paintings. We also spent a great time enjoying the gardens and the diverse things growing there. Well worth the 8 euros and would encourage anyone to try and fit this into their trip.
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Date of experience: October 2018
vessi80 wrote a review Apr 2018
North Lanarkshire, United Kingdom905 contributions324 helpful votes
Again thanks to Cristina and Luana in the tourist office for telling me about this. Well signposted. Easy to find. Good leaflet in English explains that the Villa and its contents were gifted by the Correale brothers , a noble family from Sorrento. Entrance at 8 euros I thought a bit steep, especially as having spent day after day in Naples with all its wonderful museums at just a fraction more. However when I saw the restorer in action upstairs and the new lay out on the third floor, it's clear that funds are needed for all this work. Talking of 'steep', there is a lift which in the heat of the summer would be very welcome I imagine. Remember it's closed on Mondays as most museums are in the region. The top floor is the best and where I should have started. It has some lovely landscapes from the Posillipo school. There's also some fine porcelain as well. The clock collection I found so sweet especially as some don't work and they're not all perfectly regulated so on the hour (or half I imagine), it was just glorious to listen to them chiming within seconds/minutes of each other. Downstairs the marquetry or 'intarsia' as the Italians call it , is quite stunning. Loved the huge boxes but would have liked the lids open to see the linings. The staff here are lovely. The walk down to the Belvedere is very bumpy but they do warn you about that. Gardens were a bit of an anti- climax (well after Caserta Palace and Capodimonte what wouldn't be ? ) but still a charming place to sit .
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Date of experience: April 2018
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idopam wrote a review Sep 2017
scotland227 contributions73 helpful votes
I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to this museum and good value at 8 euros. As you work your way through the rooms and up each floor you travel through time. There is plenty to see and on each level the views from the museum are lovely. We walked through the garden first and the panorama at the end was beautiful. There is a lift available in the museum. Well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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