Pompeii and the path of Bacchus

Each man comes from the culture of his land, that’s why each region of the world has its own food and drink.

In the US people drink whiskey, in Germany beer, in Russia vodka and in Italy wine.

In the region Campania we have produced and drunk wine since the Greeks arrived on our coasts about 3000 years ago. The Greek God of wine Dionysus became later the Roman God Bacchus.

This aphrodisiac and nourishing nectar which is drunk all over the world today has ancient origins. The vineyards which grow on this volcanic land have their roots in history.

The ancient city of Pompeii represents very well the Roman culture of wine. There the vineyards were cultivated close to the city, the wine was sold in the shops and was drunk during the rich Roman parties.

You will walk on the ancient Roman streets visiting the fascinating houses, theaters, thermal baths as far as the city center: the Forum. Your route with Bacchus continues
as far as one of its “temples” where it is cultivated, produced and drunk.

Finally you will walk among the vineyards and taste the God nectar.

Pick up at the meeting point agreed with the guide. Drive with private transportation and driver as far as the archaeological park of Pompeii.
Visit the park to see the highlights.
Then drive as far as the winery where you visit the vineyards and enjoy a delicious wine tasting.
Return to Naples.

Private tour 100%

5 h

Tour in English

Driving and walking tour

Private transportation to quote

Meeting point agreed with the guide

Wine tasting, extras, and tickets not included

From 75€ (min. 4 persons)

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