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We visited here on our way back from Pompei after stumbling across some reviews online of the villa.
It neatly ties into the ruins experience, as the villa is very well preserved and much quieter than anywhere else you may visit. We walked around with...More
This is a nice addition to the more famous excavations like Pompeii and Herkulaneum. If you have already seen these, then go to Torre Annunziata. There are almost no other tourists and you feel as if you are the one who discovers this place. Unfortunatelly...More
This site is sublime. It is compact enough to comfortably explore it all in a few hours. It has some brilliant well-preserved wall paintings and there is a lot to see without being overwhelmed. It is shady and quiet (most visitors stick to Pompeii and...More
It’s easy to reach Villa Poppea walking from the Torre Annunziata train station (just two stops before the Pompeii stop). One of the attendants spoke very good English, and was able to answer our questions and you great detail. The villa is quite extensive, and...More
We visited this site on our way back to Naples from Pompeii. It's quite small site, but it's in better condition than the other sites so it's well worth visiting if you're serious about your roman archeology. Not many people there too so you'll get...More
We spoiled ourselves and booked a private car to take us to Pompeii, Herculaneum and Oplontis. This enabled us to be early, rest our feet in between sites and thus walk much more inside the towns.
Oplontis is a fantastic place to visit. First you...More
We were charged €5.50 each to enter the villa only then to be told unapologetically that not only was there no audioguide, there were only 'plans' of the villa available in Spanish and German. We were advised that we could download a 'plan' on our...More
We visited having purchased the triple site ticket at Pompeii and it was very well worth both the extra euro and the train journey. We arrived just as a tour group was starting round but there was plenty of space to enjoy our visit without...More