Pompeii apartment with terrace and Vesuvius view

Pompeii apartment with terrace and Vesuvius view

Pompeii apartment with terrace and Vesuvius view! Your family holiday with pool, wifi, parking.

Pompeii apartment with terrace and Vesuvius view! 

This apartment of 50 sqm has 2 separate rooms: one bedroom with one (1) large double bed + one bunk bed; one bedroom with 3 single beds and can accommodate up to a maximum of 7 persons (the beds are very comfortable with memory foam mattresses and pillows, high quality), with private bathroom for the exclusive use (shower, hairdryer, free toiletries, toilet, bidet, washing machine).

This apartment has a kitchenette for exclusive use (sink, 4 burner hob, utensils and crockery, microwave).

Pompeii apartment with terrace and Vesuvius view

This apartment is situated on the terrace (2nd floor) and has exclusive use of a terrace of 80 m2 with view on Mt. Vesuvius, equipped with chairs, tables and chaise longue.

Room Size: 50 m²
Bedroom 1: 1 queen bed + 1 bunk bed
Bedroom 2: 3 twin beds

Services in this room:

  • Air conditioning
  • Heating
  • Double Tv-led 40″ with DVD
  • Streaming channels (Netflix, primevideo)
  • Refrigerator freezer 130 lt.
  • Electronic safe for laptop
  • Kitchenette
  • WIFI Internet connection
  • Kettle with tea and coffee
  • Nespresso coffee machine
  • Brochures and tourist information
  • Private entrance
  • Desk, Ironing facilities
  • Washing machine
  • Mobile charger
  • Vesuvius / Pool view

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    • Best rate guaranteed
    • Breakfast for € 5
    • Packages and exclusive offers
    • Early check-in
    • Free access to the SPA
    • Welcome Drink

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    • Quick check-in
    • Free luggage storage
    • Netflix free
    • Discount codes for future bookings
    • Free parking
    • Fast WiFi Internet
    • Outdoor Pool
    Pompeii double room

    Pompeii double room with whirlpool tub, wifi and parking!

    Pompeii double room with whirlpool tub, wifi and parking!

    Pompeii Double Room 

    The Double Room with whirlpool tub has a double bed and can accommodate up to 2 people (the beds are very comfortable with memory foam mattresses and pillows, high quality. I feel like sleeping in the clouds), with private bathroom for the exclusive use (large shower 140 cm, hairdryer, free toiletries, toilet).

    Room Size: 14 m²
    Bed Size(s): 1 double bed

    Services in this room:

    • Whirlpool tub
    • Air conditioning
    • Heating
    • Tv-led 32″ with streaming channels (Netflix, primevideo)
    • Minibar 40 lt.
    • Electronic safe
    • WIFI Internet connection
    • Nespresso coffee machine
    • Kettle with tea selection and coffee
    • Brochures and tourist information
    • Private entrance
    • Desk, Ironing facilities
    • Mobile charger qi
    • Equipped balcony
    • Garden/ Vesuvius view
    Pompeii double room

    Whirlpool tub

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      Exclusive benefits reserved only for those who book directly on our official website!

      Book directly with us and you will have full access to our full range of benefits. From serenity to a greater number of places to stay, everything will be available to you from the moment of booking.

      • Best rate guaranteed
      • Breakfast for € 5
      • Packages and exclusive offers
      • Early check-in
      • Free access to the SPA
      • Welcome Drink

      Book your room now

      • Quick check-in
      • Free luggage storage
      • Netflix free
      • Discount codes for future bookings
      • Free parking
      • Fast WiFi Internet
      • Outdoor Pool

      Herculaneum and Pompeii, ruins open at Christmas and New Year

      The sites of Pompeii, Herculaneum, Oplontis, Stabiae and Boscoreale also be visited December 25 and January 1.

      The initiative will allow many tourists who chose the Campania for the festive season to admire the remains of the Roman city buried by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD.In addition, Saturday 28 December, the entry will be free in all places of art state.

      B&B Pompeii The Fauno is just 1 km from the Pompeii Ruins and near to the other vesuvian sites, you can easily reach by car (5 minutes) or train of Circumvesuviana ( 500 mt . from the B&B) .

       For more information or a customized offer, you can also contact us by E-Mail or with WhatsApp:(+39) 327 3543655 

      Special Openings

       

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      The ancients ruins did not go on vacation: stay open on Christmas and New Year. In making the announcement the Superintendence for Archaeological Heritage of Naples and Pompeii, who joined the national project sponsored by the Ministry of Heritage, Culture and Tourism.

      Precisely because of this project, the archaeological sites of Pompeii and HerculaneumOplontis (Villa di Poppea)Stabia (romans villas off  Varano hill) and the Antiquarium of Boscoreale, can be visited exceptionally December 25 and January 1. The initiative will allow, thus, to the many tourists who have chosen to spend the holidays in Campania end of the year to visit the Roman sites buried by the fury of Vesuvius.

      In addition, Saturday 28 December, the entry will be free in all places of art state. Including archaeological areas. One more opportunity to spend some time at the foot of the most famous volcano in the world and appreciate the cultural significance of the remains of the Latin civilization wiped out in a hot summer day in 79 AD.

      Special openings Christmas and New Year

      Ruins of Pompeii

      Visiting hours: from 9.00 to 15.00. Last admission at 13.30 .

      Ruins of Herculaneum, Oplontis, Stabiae and Boscoreale Antiquarium

      Visiting hours: from 8.30 to 14.30 . Last entry at 13.30 .

      Cost of the ticket:

      Entrance Pompeii and Herculaneum: 11,00 € (reduced 5.50 for youth community aged between 18 and 24 years old and free for children up to 18 years and for EU citizens over 65 years).

      Input Oplontis , Boscoreale and Stabia : € 5.50 € (reduced € 2.75 ) .

      Tickets can be purchased at the ticket office of the archaeological sites , or online at www.pompeiisites.org

       

      Herculaneum – Buried Stories – August to November 2013

      Ruins of Herculaneum Fascinating evenings encompassing archaeology theatre, virtual reality and light paths

      The Route

      The journey begins with the virtual story – told through 3D images – of the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD and continues with a guided tour by an archaeologist.

      The walk, in addition to offering an extraordinary view of the site from above, leads to the Padiglione della Barca (Boat Pavilion), specially open for this event, where this extraordinary find is shown and others connected to maritime activities.

      The descent continues to the Roman city, following a path of light and sound, to the arches where a timeless character gives a striking theatrical performance, sharing his thoughts on the ephemeral existence of humans, tracing the “buried” stories of men, women, the old and the young up to the unexpected catastrophe, thus offering the spectator a “special” point of view about the value of existence.

      “How you get lost easily in the small and trivial issues of everyday life, unnecessary quarrels, losing sight of the profound value of existence!”

      The bed and breakfast Pompei “IL FAUNO” is just 18 Km from the entrance of the excavations of Herculaneum and just 500 metres from the Circumvesuviana train, from which you can reach in few minutes the other archaeological sites: Pompeii, Oplonti, Stabia and the Antiquarium of Boscoreale!

       For more information or a customized offer, you can also contact us by E-Mail or with WhatsApp:(+39) 327 3543655 

      From 2 August to November 2, 2013

      Every Friday and Saturday: from August 2 to 30 and September 27, 2013.

      Thursday, August 29, 2013.

      Every Saturday: from September 7 to November 2, 2013, except September 29, 2013.

      The ancient marina and the arches on the beach of Herculaneum

      In 79 AD, a glowing cloud of gas and ash with a temperature of 400° rolled down the slopes of Mount Vesuvius to attack Herculaneum. The few victims found within the city, including a newborn baby in its cradle, indicate that the majority of the inhabitants had already left their homes, resorting to the sea as an escape route. When the surge reached the beach area, three hundred evacuees died instantly of thermal shock, who had taken refuge in the shelters for boat (arches), which opened on it. A boat, m 9 in length, was found capsized next to the victims.

      Hours

      from 8:30 pm to 10:00 pm

      with tours every 30 minutes

      duration of the tour 1 hour and 15 minutes

      from Saturday, August 31 start at 9:30 pm

      tours in English by appointment only

      Entrance

      Ruins of Herculaneum, entrance from Via Alveo

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      How to get there

      Circumvesuviana, Herculaneum stop

      By car , highway A3 from Naples to Salerno: exit Ercolano
      from Salerno to Naples: exit Ercolano – Portici

      In case of rain, the event might be canceled

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      Excavations of Herculaneum

      Excavations Herculaneum, really gives you an idea of how ancient Romans lived

      Excavations Herculaneum , really gives you an idea of how ancient Romans lived

      Excavations Herculaneum .. really gives you an idea of how ancient Romans lived. For the independent traveller there is an additional advantage over Pompei. There are far fewer visitors to Herculaneum than Pompei and you can explore the ruins at leisure without being overwhelmed by tour groups.

      These excavations also cover a much smaller site than do those of Pompei and thus seeing the whole site is much less exhausting.

      Excavations Herculaneum

      Herculaneum was destroyed by an eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in AD 79, the same eruption that destroyed Pompei.

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       B&B The Fauno is just 16 km from the Excavations Herculaneum, you can easily reach by car (15 minutes) or with train of Circumvesuviana ( 500 mt . from the B&B).

      You can book your accomodation online with immediate confirmation by clicking here and choosing your room.

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      Excavations of Herculaneum

      Excavations Herculaneum

      In many ways Herculaneum is arguably a more interesting place to visit than Pompeii. Surrounded by volcanic rock, its location gives you a far clearer idea of the magnitude of the volcanic eruption. While roofs in Pompei collapsed under the weight of falling ash, only a few centimetres of ash fell on Herculaneum, causing little damage.

      Subsequently, there was a succession of six flows of boiling mud (a mixture of ash and gases) which then solidified. These gradually buried the city’s buildings from the bottom up, causing relatively little damage. The good state of preservation of the site is due to its rapid filling by these flows, which prevented the buildings from collapsing. The high temperature of the first flow carbonized wood in the buildings and extracted water from it.

      Restoration work is ongoing, and while a lot of the timbers have been replaced, there is still much of the original timberwork present, albeit, badly charred. Finally, the volcanic rock, ortufo, that covered the site for 1700 years formed an airtight seal. As a consequence there are many well-preserved buildings, many with the upper stories still intact, and some excellent frescoes and mosaics on both walls and floors to be seen.

      Additional Excavations Herculaneum Tips

      Walking shoes, or those with low heels, are highly recommended. In addition, in warmer weather you may want to bring your own bottle of water. For those with much younger children I advise a backpack style carrier if your stroller is not heavy duty and up to the ancient Roman roads. Allow 2-3 hours to tour the site.

      Access

      Corso Resina, Ercolano (NA)

      School parties must book in advance
      For all information:
      Sezione Didattica – tel: +39 081 8575331

      School parties’ admission and reservations

      Opening Times

      November – March, every day from 8.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (last admission 3.30 p.m.)
      April – October, every day from 8.30 a.m. to 7.30 p.m. (last admission 6 p.m.)

      Closed: 1 January, 1 May, 25 December

      Main Routes

      by train:
      Circumvesuviana Napoli-Sorrento or Napoli-Poggiomarino or Napoli -Torre Annunziata (stop Ercolano)

      by car:
      Autostrada A3 Napoli-Salerno (exit Ercolano)

      Admission

      Single ticket – valid for 1 day
      Full price: € 11.00
      Half price: € 5.50 (*)

      Free of charge: for EU citizens under 18 or over 65 years old.

      (*) Reductions: for EU citizens aged 18-24 and EU permanent school teachers.
      Reductions and free tickets can be issued only by showing a valid document (passport, identity card, driving license).

      • Baths. Both the male and female baths, which are next to each other, are well preserved. They were fed by a large well, which brought water from a depth of 8.25m, heated by a large furnace and distributed around the baths by a network of pipes that also served to provide central heating.

      • House of Neptune and Amphitrite. Worth the visit alone for its stunning mosaics, particularly that of Neptune and Amphitrite (a sea goddess and wife of Poseidon), after which the house is named.
      • Gymnasium. This large complex extends over much of the southeast side of the excavations and is on your right as you walk down to the ticket office.
      • Villa of the Papyri. The coastline was significantly altered by the eruption but this large and luxurious villa originally stretched down to the sea in four terraces. Its sea front was about 250m long. It is below you on your right as you leave the ticket office and head towards the audio guide kiosk. The villa contained a fine library of scrolls and, although these were badly carbonized, there is hope that modern technology will soon make it possible to read them without destroying them by opening them.
      • House of the Deer, :-). This was another luxurious waterfront dwelling.And very popular.
      • Samnite House. This is one of the oldest properties so far discovered on the site. Excavations suggest that, at various times, the upper floor was rented out and the courtyard was sold off. What remains now is a large roofed and elegantly decorated atrium with a few small rooms around it.
      • House of the Beautiful Courtyard. . The attractive courtyard is said to resemble an Italian medieval courtyard more than a Roman building. In a display case there are two skeletons fused with volcanic rock.
      • College of the Augustales. The Augustales were an order of Roman priests responsible for attending to the maintenance of the cult of Augustus, who was considered the first emperor of the Roman Empire. The building consists of one large, well-decorated roofed room.

      • Herculaneum is the Latin name of the site – the Italian name is Ercolano, and like Pompei (with one I, the new town next to the excavations) there’s a modern city of Ercolano around (and above) the Ercolano excavations.
      • Allow roughly 2 hours on site at Herculaneum; it’s quite small, especially in comparison to Pompeii, and even if you stroll you won’t need much more time than that.
      • When you walk down the steps from the train station, you’re greeted by a small parking lot full of taxis and their eager drivers. Walk through this phalanx of cars, ignoring the drivers offers of rides to Ercolano and Vesuvius, because the walk from the station to the Ercolano entrance is short and all downhill. (Yes, the walk back is uphill, but it’s not bad. Really.)
      • The same note from the Pompeii tips above about parents toting kids in backpacks or expecting them to walk (rather than using strollers) goes for Herculaneum, too – even more so because Herculaneum is more hilly than Pompeii in addition to being cobblestoned.
      • You’ll be able to refill that water bottle I suggested you bring to Pompeii at the many similar water fountains of Herculaneum, too, so hang onto the bottle.
      • Bring a guide of some kind – a podcast audio guide or walking tour – with you.  If you stay at the B & B Pompei Il Fauno, upon your arrival you will receive free loan with a detailed guide map for your visit to the archaeological site of Herculaneum. You get a map and booklet for free with your ticket, just like you do at Pompeii, but the information in the booklet isn’t as interesting as what you’d get from a real walking tour.

      Address:
      Via IV Novembre n.44 80056 – Ercolano (NA)
      E-mail: info@museomav.it
      Telephone:+39 081-19806511
      Fax: +39 081-19806599
      http://www.museomav.it

      MAV (Museo Archeologico Virtuale), Via 4 Novembre 44 (200m up the hill from the entrance to the excavations: on the left.), (info@museomav.it). 09.00-17.30 Tues-Sun.  An enjoyable interactive museum that recreates life as it was in Herculaneum and Pompei before the eruption. Great fun for kids, although some parents may not appreciate the virtual visit to one of Pompei’s brothels! Buildings are reconstructed before your eyes at a wave of your hand; you can brush ash off a fresco; make a virtual pool of water over a mosaic ripple; see 3-D images of jewelry found at the sites; walk next to marching legionaries; learn of the lifestyle of the Roman times at an interactive table, and visit public baths and the brothel! €7.50 (reduced €6.00)

      The Museum

      A dip into the past through a multisensory experience, to learn and discover in detail, a dive into the past through a multisensory experience, to learn and discover in detail the historical realities of Herculaneum and Pompeii before the eruption of the Vesuvius 79 AD. This is the mission of the MAV structure that was created in the heart of Herculaneum and provides new ways of using cultural.

      The visitor will be transported in a virtual context faithfully reconstructed by the use of modern technologies.

      The journey begins after passing a sort of ancestral door dematerialized bodies in streams and connective intelligence leading to the discovery of names and faces of the ancient Herculaneum, with which it is aware of the history of the community and their way living.

      Information Herculaneum

      Information

      Access

      Corso Resina, Ercolano (NA)
      School parties must book in advance
      For all information:
      Sezione Didattica – tel: +39 081 8575331School parties’ admission and reservations

      Opening Times

      November – March, every day from 8.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (last admission 3.30 p.m.)
      April – October, every day from 8.30 a.m. to 7.30 p.m. (last admission 6 p.m.)
      Closed:  1st May

      Main Routes

      by train:
      CircumvesuvianaNapoli-Sorrento or Napoli-Poggiomarino or Napoli -Torre Annunziata (stop Ercolano)by car:
      Autostrada A3 Napoli-Salerno (exit Ercolano)

      Admission

      Single ticket – valid for 1 day
      Full price: € 11.00
      Half price: € 5.50 (*)
      Access to 5 sites: (Herculaneum, Pompeii, Oplontis, Stabiae, Boscoreale) – valid for 3 days
      Full price: € 20.00
      Half price : € 10.00 (*)
      Free of charge: for EU citizens under 18 or over 65 years old.
      (*) Reductions: for EU citizens aged 18-24 and EU permanent school teachers.
      Reductions and free tickets can be issued only by showing a valid document (passport, identity card, driving license).

      The Excavation of Erculaneum is far from our bed and breakfast only 18 Km.

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