Your tour start in Pompeii by meeting your guide, who ensures you see the major sights of this vast archaeological complex to make the most of your visit.
As you explore the many ruins, from the ancient baths to the brothel, your guide regales you with facts about Pompeii society, including the lifestyle of the citizens, their customs and traditions, and their food and cuisine. So much is known about the village because everythingpeople as well as buildingswas preserved for centuries under layers of volcanic ash from Mt. Vesuvius' eruption, providing historians with a wealth of facts about what life was like in ancient Roman times.
At the end of your fascinating tour, enjoy a Roman banquet where you will taste food made using ancient recipes and, of course, enjoy some local wine.
Sample menu (subject to change):
Suckling pig with herbs
Goat cheese mousse and figs
Half an amphora of spiced wine, honey, ginger pepper
Cold soup with barley and asparagus