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Mt. Vesuvius and Pompeii Day Trip from Naples all inclusive
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Mt. Vesuvius and Pompeii Day Trip from Naples all inclusive

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Don't waste your precious vacation time planning out your own tour of Mt. Vesuvius and Pompeii. Let a guide take care of the finer details on a stress-free trip from Naples. Travel between the sites with ease on an air-conditioned coach; hike to the summit of Mt. Vesuvius; and discover little-known info from a guide. Lunch and round-trip hotel transport are included for a seamless experience.
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Therese G wrote a review May 2019
10 contributions1 helpful vote
This is a good oasis in the middle of a sad side of the city. They are still building some attraction, like the new planetarium and human body exhibition. Anyway it's interesting and will be better.
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Date of experience: April 2019
Sonia T wrote a review Oct 2017
St. Albans, United Kingdom99 contributions37 helpful votes
The museum is closed due to the long standing non-payment of salaries and the questionable losses of large sums of public monies. We arrived to find the employees still on site. We were invited to join a staff lunch with home made food and delicious wines. I hope that this marvellous facility can be reinstated and the dedicated employees be reimbursed for the considerable sums owing to them. Despite their obvious suffering they made us very welcome. Thank you, we pray that justice will prevail and that your science project will be reinstated to benefit the community in Naples and beyond.
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Date of experience: October 2017
Response from CDSnapoli, Responsabile reception at Città della Scienza
Responded Mar 9, 2020
Thank you very much for your kind words full of hope. Città della Scienza is now open and we are working hard, as usual, to restore ordinary activities and give a new impulse to our museum. It was a big pleasure for us to share with u such a good time. We wait for you as soon as possible.
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r0sscamer0n wrote a review May 2017
Bergamo, Italy5 contributions2 helpful votes
We took 7 grade 7 students here for a field trip. Below are the comments they made about the trip. The museum was good and the area was big and interesting. Near the Museum there was a small lake with turtles and fish. In the museum, there were a lot of interesting things connected to physics and biology, but the problem was that the guides with other students didn't let us watch or do much. When an exhibition was free they came there and explained to the other students about it, and we had to stay and wait until they finished. In the museum there was also a planetarium that was closed and there was an aquarium that was exciting. Overall it was good.
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Date of experience: May 2017
rearcardoor wrote a review Nov 2016
Northampton, United Kingdom476 contributions227 helpful votes
This was actually quite a nice oasis in the middle of a very run down and sad side of Naples. We took the R7 bus that drops you very close to it, you just need to continue down the road 150 metres or so. When we went they were still building the new planetarium and human body exhibition and they will definitely add a lot more value to this place and would push it up to a Very Good or Excellent. It does take a while to get there on the bus but it is worth visiting and the kids enjoyed it. The original museum was destroyed by fire and you can still see the old building as you walk around the new. When you arrive, you get your ticket and then you are given an introduction by a member of staff before you enter through the shark's mouth into the science museum. They do get a lot of school trips here so instead of going straight into the marine exhibition we walked along to the kids interactive area in the building down on the right. This was fun and there were quite a lot of hands-on things to do. Our kids especially loved talking to the digital creature Bit. The guys even let us have a go at speaking through the Mic, once we realised that there was a person talking and not AI! The marine section was interesting and at 12 o'clock you can meet one of the staff and they will let you touch interact with the starfish. The other parts that we liked included the mussel that you could open up and close yourself inside, we got a few videos of the kids opening it; the strange sand that you could mould with your hands to see the effect of erosion by the sea; and the leaf-cutting ants. The disappointing part was that the parts of the museum over the road were not open and those that were (the lake etc) were very run down. There was also a large international convention on and this restricted access to some areas. It also meant that the restaurant wasn't serving its normal food selection and the only choice was slices of pizza that weren't good. It's all accessible, clean and easy to get around. Worth a visit but it is in the middle of nowhere.
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Date of experience: October 2016
Bill R wrote a review Feb 2016
Toronto, Canada396 contributions40 helpful votes
A bit difficult to find, this site has a lot to offer. We went on a weekend and the staff was genuine, helpful and great with children. The aquatic touch tank was a big hit with many of the little kids as the staff explained each aquatic animal. The site is recovering from an fire incident in 2013 so many of the original exhibits are gone. We enjoyed our visit but call ahead to confirm opening hours and availability.
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Date of experience: January 2016