When Mt. Vesuvius erupted in 79AD, it left behind a wake of destruction and buried surrounding towns in several meters of lava, mud, and ash. Though tragic for the residents of the time, with the help of several generations of archeologists this natural disaster offers a unique glimpse into the past. Journey back in time to walk the streets of Herculaneum, Pompeii's less well-known sister city, then follow up with a visit to the National Archeological Museum of Naples (MANN).
Travel back to 79AD with a visit to the Roman city of Herculaneum
Marvel at the exquisite details archeologists have uncovered
Learn about Pompeii, Naples and other ancient civilizations at MANN
Skip the lines and enjoy an informative tour from a professional guide