The Ruins of Pompeii
Pompeii is only half an hour away from Napels and is notorious for its long ticket queues. Attracting 2 million tourists per year, Pompeii is one of the most important archeological sites in Italy, if not the world. However, you can skip the line with these tickets and enjoy a deep dive into history as you see sights from over 2 millennia ago. Save precious time with skip-the-line tickets for Pompeii by simply showing the digital tickets on your phone. Above all, as your time matters, skip the hassle and gain immediate access. Buy the cheapest Skip The Line Tickets Pompeii now.
Background Info Pompeii
On the morning of August 24, AD 79, the Vesuvius eruption took Pompeii’s 11,000 residents by surprise. The dramatic event killed the inhabitants and the city was buried beneath the ash. This dramatic event resulted in one of the most preserved archeological sites in the world today. Every year millions of tourists visit Pompeii. Therefore, skip the long waiting lines and discover the remains of this exceptional Roman city.
- Visit a UNESCO World Heritage Site and learn more about the heartbreaking history of this town
Admire the ruins of the city covered by the eruption of Vesuvio.
- Discover the incredible, perfectly preserved paintings
- Indulge in a historic adventure into the Roman town and see common artifacts which resemble those found in the 21st century
- Besides your priority entrance tickets, take advantage of a guided tour for the full experience!
Opening Hours & Best Time to visit The Ruins of Pompeii
You can access the site when you desire during the opening hours:
From April to October: 9.00am to 7.30pm (last entrance at 6.00pm)
From November to March: 9.00am to 5.00pm (last entrance at 3.30pm)
Every Saturday and Sunday from 1 April to 29 October: 8.30am to 7.30pm
How To get to The Ruins of Pompeii
The easiest way to reach both Pompeii and Herculaneum is the Circumvesuviana train that runs between Naples and Sorrento. From the Circumvesuviana stations, you can easily walk to the ruins or catch a bus for the Mount Vesuvius National Park.
The highway A3 Pompei Ovest exit leads directly to the archaeological park entrance, and there are a number of parking lots near the entrances.