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20e to visit Vesuvio? OK, it's more expensive than tickets on internet but OK.
The crater visit is closed? OK the advertising said the bus will go at 1000m....
Finally the bus stay at 450m during more than half an hour and we go back...More
Be sure you are positive the road has reopened before booking tour. The tour company I used said road was open until we were already on the way to Pompeii. Very disappointing. Everything else in Napoli has been superb.
Bit of a travel on the winding slopes up to the carpark where it’s an easy walk to the top for great views on the clear day we had.
Well worth heading up to the go to say you’ve been up a live volcano ☺️
Take the time to drive up and then walk to the caldera. This massive volcano wiped out the entire surrounding area 2000 years ago. Walk around the caldera and see the still fuming center. A very neat hike.
Imagine to leave nearby a so called "inactive vulcano" and be relaxed. This is what people do around Vesuvio (1340m/4400ft). However, the active vulcano Etna is just 350 km South and in between there the island of Stromboli with its regular eruptions. Should you wish...More
We picked up a coach from outside Herculaneum station on the Circumvesuviana train line. There is a ticket shop on the left as you exit the station. It costs 10 euro to go up to the end of the road with a further 10 euros...More
After a visit to Pompeii we took the private bus from outside Pompeii Scavi station. You can purchase a ticket for €10 from a small ticket office at the train station. The bus journey was comfortable and at first is uninteresting until it begins the...More
The bus stop for the EAV bus to Vessuvius is across the road from the Pompeii Scavi station entrance. It starts in Pompeii town at Piazza Anfiteatro. It cost 3.10 Euro each way and takes just under the hour. It stops at the National Park...More
Is the effort of getting to Vesuvius worth it? My boyfriend says yes, I am on the fence. Let’s start with the positives, the trip from Naples to Pompei is easy, €2.80 on the train, 30 minutes no changes.
At Pompei, we planned to get...More
Its a hard climb to the top but its worth it. You can see over the landscape from the top as well as being able to see the crater of the volcano. There are 2 wee shops along the climb to stop for refreshments or...More