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I agree with most of the negative reviews. My wife and I visited Pompeii and used them for a Vesuvius trip on our first day. The bus used was horrible and the driver quite mad! The journey was scary and uncomfortable. But we did see...More
Awful agency. They grab you in the street and, rather than honestly showing their services and letting you decide, they tell lies after lies about the places you are going and public transport to trick you into using them.
They lie about the boat to...More
Booked a Capri tour through Pompei Services. Picked up at 7.00am no problem. Dropped off at port about 3 miles away. Driver assisted buying tickets for ferry. Return ticket for 17.15 which is the ferry we took back . When arrived back at our original...More
We paid €75 for two adults and one child to be collected from our hotel and driven about three miles to the port for a Capri Island tour as advertised in the brochure. We don't speak Italian so the driver got our ferry tickets (more...More
Having visited the Pompeii archaelogical site, we finished at the ampitheatre entrance where we found this place nearby.
We wanted to visit Mt Vesuvius and sought some information. Having already rented a car we wanted to know if we could simply drive to Mt Vesuvius....More
Made the mistake buying this faulty audio guide for 8 euros. We were approached by a polite girl wearing yellow short saying she'll give us free maps to the archaeological area. We bought this old fashioned audio guide but when we went to Pompeii we...More
Even though several reviews call this a scam, we had excellent service. When we realized our lodging required a taxi drive to the train station, the company even sent a driver to come get us in the morning before the tour without additional cost. We...More
We were stopped by a nice, very helpful girl who said she is from the info point and that she will give us some directions and a free map.
Inside the office point she started selling all kind of stuffs from books to trips to...More
We came to Pompei and were immediately stopped by a man in a yellow shirt - "don't worry," he said. "We're not going to sell you something, we're the tourist office. Come inside, you'll need a map." We fell for it - it was "the...More