Departure in the morning to Herculaneum, archaeological site lesser known to Pompeii but definitely more beautiful. The geographical position and the microclimate of this ancient Roman city made it a holiday home for the ancient Roman patricians. Unlike Pompeii, you will see doors, windows, beams and original charred wood objects of the time. Optional lunch stop and then departure for Vesuvius, the most known volcano in the world, dormant but still active. We will arrive at an altitude of 1000 meters and then continue on foot through a spectacular path that shows us from above the crater and in the outside, the solidified casting from 1944.