The tour of Phlegraean Fields that includes Cuma, Baia and Pozzuoli is a bit unusual but highly recommended, especially for fans of the natural and archaeological heritage. You can explore a unique and suggestive area thanks to the new archaeological discoveries. The 6-hour journey with our tour guide is very surprising. First, you can stop at Solfatara volcano where you can walk around the crater, among geysers of sulphurous steam and boiling mud bubbles. The tour will then continue with a visit to the Flavian Amphitheatre, which is a wonderful example of a well-preserved Roman amphitheatre, the third largest amphitheatre built during Roman period.
After Pozzuoli, you will take the chance to visit the ancient Greek city of Cuma, the oldest one among Greek colonies, which later became a rich and prestigious centre. Ancient legends tell that it was founded in 740 BC by settlers from Chalkis and soon became an important centre for trade. From an artistic point of view, today it is possible to admire the archaeological park of Cuma, known above all for the famous Temple of Jupiter, the amphitheatre, the thermal building and other numerous bequests from the Roman period as well as the famous Sybil's cave.
In short, you just have to take advantage of this private tour guide along the Phlegraean Fields for an in-depth knowledge of some of the oldest Greek-Roman colonies, which have populated the Campania coast for centuries.
Private local guide
Skip the line assistance
Roman thermal baths of Baia
CANCELLATION – the customer can cancel the tour (free of charge) up to 24 hours before the booked service, after this deadline no refund will be allowed. Within 24 hours before the tour departure the customer can also ask for an amendment of her/his booking (changes are related to: tour typology, number of participants, tour date, and so on).
LIABILITY – the tour operator is not liable for any loss of personal belongings. If the client has a train or a flight or a ship booked on the same day of the tour, it would be suggested to inform the tour operator to better manage the situation. The tour operator is not responsible if customers miss a train, a flight or a ship. Given the scheduled time-sheet customers should be aware about the real possibility to enjoy the tour they booked for.