Pompeii Ruins

Pompeii is the most important archaeological site in the whole West and the only city where you can touch the daily life of the Roman people.
The rain of ash and lapilli that buried it in 79 AD, during the violent eruption of Vesuvius, seems to have stopped time. Today we can admire it as it was two thousand years ago, walking among its remains in perfect condition.
The archaeological excavations carried out starting from the mid-eighteenth century, in fact, have brought to light a large part of the ancient city.
Let’s retrace the history of this unique archaeological site in the world with a thousand-year charm!