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- Duration: 8 Hrs
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OverviewExplore Phlegraean Fieldsfew kilometers north ofNaples onthis unique full daytour.
Here art, history, architecture and nature are merged together.The area was known since ancient times when Greeks establish a colony at Cuma, the seat of the Cumae Sibyl.
Visit the Flavian Amphitheatre of Pozzuoli, the third-largest Italianamphitheatre after theColosseumand theCapuan Amphitheatre.
Have a walk in the Acropolis of Cuma, one of the oldest greek acropolis in the world.
Discover the Castle and the ruins of Baiabuilt by Alfonso II of Aragon in XV century on the remains of a Roman villa. Take a photo of the stunning panorama from the terrace of the castle.
Moreover, visit the famous Piscina Mirabilis and more.
- Full day transportation by a private Minivan and a professional driver including pick up and drop off.
- Local taxes fuel and parking expenses.
- Guidance and assistance for the entire duration of the tour.
- Admission fee for Phlegrean museum and sites included
Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
Service animals allowed
Specialized infant seats are available
Suitable for all physical fitness levels
We recommend comfortable shoes, climbing the acropoli of Cuma involves a 10 minutes walk uphill
The acropolis at cuma was closed as was the flavian amphitheater at pozzuoli, so two of the three items we wished to see were not available. The primary reason we booked the tour was to see the acropolis at cuma, and were bitterly dissapointed. The driver and tour guide were very good and we spent more time at Baia,
This tour was the highlight of my vacation. The visited sites are beautiful and significant (the first Greek colony on Italian land (Cuma), a medieval castle built by Spanish conquerors, an ancient Roman bath complex (Baia), and the world’s third largest and impressively preserved amphitheater (Pozzuoli), built by the same emperor who had built the Colosseum in Rome. To be honest, I had never heard of any of these locations before my stay in Italy. And vacationing in Naples, the question arose whether more ruins are necessarily a “must-see”, after I had already visited Pompeii and Herculaneum. The answer to this question turned out to be a resounding “yes”. That Baia, Cuma, and Pozzuoli are very little known, means they are not overrun by tourists - despite their beauty. I had a private tour with guide Daniela, who really made all these ancient sites and remains from so many periods come alive. Because there was very little traffic on the streets, she even offered to take me to an additional site - an excavated Roman market place in Pozzuoli. And finally - another addition to the regular tour - we walked up to a viewing point looking over a gigantic crater of the supervulcano of the Phlegrean Fields. All in all, I had a wonderful day. Thanks Daniela! I highly recommend this tour.
Cuma piena di fascino, Pozzuoli con il bradfisimo ed infine la splendida Baia con i suoi resti, ma, soprattutto i panorami mozzafiato. Tutti dovrebbero vedere i laghi vulcanici di Averno, Lucrino e Fusano ed apprezzarne l'origene e le leggende con i rimandi letterari ad Enea e Virgilio. Consiglio un tour con guida professionista e autista del luogo.
un viaggio che ci riporta agli studi classici, l'antro della sibilla cumana , il lago averno, punta miseno, Puteoli l'attuale pozzuoli , il quartiere terra il bradisismo insomma un tour da fare basta una giornata per ammirare delle cose meravigliose