Today's Bacoli, a Greek settlement founded around the sixth century BC, was a resort in Roman times; here the powerful of the time were built luxurious villas among marble and mosaics, exploiting the therapeutic power of the waters. Bacoli is witness of a thousand-year history and includes places full of history: Baia, Miseno, Miliscola, Torregaveta, Fusaro and Cuma. The highest part of the city of Bacoli houses an archaeological complex known as Cento Camerelle . So called for the multitude of environments and tunnels that make it up. The site is also known as "Prisons of Nero", it is said that it is here that the Emperor Nero welcomed his mother before ordering her murder. It is actually a system of tanks partially explored, created to meet a huge water requirement of what was to be the villa above, certainly equipped with water features, water lilies and fish ponds.

Fusaro - The Real Casino Borbonico del Fusaro, better known as Casina Vanvitelliana, is a splendid jewel of late Baroque architecture. It was built in 1782 by the architect Carlo Vanvitelli, son of the famous Luigi (the author of the Royal Palace of Caserta) on commission of Ferdinand IV of Bourbon, King of the Kingdom of Naples. The residence occupies a small surface of land within Lake Fusaro and was used as a resting place after the hunting and fishing trips of the King.

Baia - For centuries Baia has been an important resort town, able to satisfy the recreational whims of the rich and powerful of the Roman elite. The city, which stood above natural volcanic vents, was famous for its healing hot springs. The sunken city, due to bradyseism, has suffered a sinking with the consequent submersion of all the buildings of great importance in Roman times. Today the ancient remains of Baia can be visited in one of the few underwater archaeological parks in the world. Visitors can see the crumbling structures and amazingly preserved statuary of the city through glazed bottom boats, snorkeling or even scuba diving that allow people to swim through the copious ruins.

Campi Flegrei - The tour of the Campi Flegrei is perfect for those who want to combine art, history and geology. From the Greek phlegraios,, "burning land", the Phlegraean Fields hide in their name their volcanic nature, with the phenomenon of bradyseism, raising or lowering of the ground level. The extension of the site allows you to structure more routes through which you can immerse yourself in one of the most fascinating places of the Campania region.

Pozzuoli Pozzuoli - Pozzuoli, founded with the name of Dicearchia (right government) and ancient port in Roman times, is famous for the Flavian Amphitheater, which with its underground is the third largest Roman amphitheater in Italy. Only the Roman Coliseum and the Capuan Amphitheatre are larger. The arena can accommodate up to 20,000 spectators. The interior is largely intact and you can still see parts of gears that were used to lift the cages up to the arena floor. Also near the port is the monumental temple of Serapis, the ancient market of the city, through which you can observe the famous phenomenon of bradysism.


- Pick-up and drop-off service

- Explanation on board the places of the itinerary

- English speaking driver

- Wifi on board

- Water on board

- possibility to book an authorized tour guide (the cost of the guide is not included in the price)

- possibility to have on board a tour guide (the cost is not included in the price)


- Entrance ticket to archaeological sites

- Tourist guide to archaeological sites

- Tour leader on board

- Additional costs for optional activities

- Extra hours

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