Visit the old town of Pozzuoli on the seaside and discover its ancien origins, enjoy delicious local seafood and a sailing tour.
Pozzuoli, older than cities like Rome and Naples, was one of the first site in south Italy to be founded by the Greeks more than 2700 years ago.
Explore the Flavian Amphitheater, the third largest in the Roman world, after those of Rome and Capua, located in an intersection that connected Naples, Capua and Cuma.
We will then descend towards the heart of Pozzuoli where we can admire the Temple of Serapis or “Macellum”, a public Roman market, today a symbol of the bradyseism of the Phlegraean area, which causes the raising and lowering of the ground level, as it is visible from the three tallest columns which until 1983 were the main instrument for measuring the phenomenon.
We will admire the ”Campi Flegrei”, the Phlegraean Fields are volcanic fields with numerous different active eruptive spots.
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This activity is only available on request: please contact us here for inquiries and further information.
This is a private activity, organised exclusively for your group and its price varies by group size.
Transfer service is available on request at a surcharge.