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is there a place to store bags at the Pompeii train station

by jonathandavid

My wife and I want to tour Pompeii on the way back from Sorrento to Rome. We will have two medium sized bags, and need a place to store these while we tour the ruins. Any one know of a place, eg, at the train station, to store the bags for a few hours?

Jonathan David, MD

Re: is there a place to store bags at the Pompeii train station

by leics

No, there is no left luggage at Popmpeii Scavi station. I assume you mean that one? It's the one on the Circumvesuviana train line, directly opposite the site entrance. There is another Pompeii station, in the modern town, but it' a long trek from the site (maybe 15/20 minutes walk) so be sure you take the Naples>Sorrento Circumvesuviana train from Napoli Garibaldi station, adjacent to and signed from Napoli Centrale.

Circumvesuviana train times and info here:


It's not listed on the Trenitalia site.

There is a left luggage facility at Pompeii site itself, just inside the entrance (on the right near the ticket office/bookshop). I have not used them myself but think they cater for suitcases/backpacks.

Re: is there a place to store bags at the Pompeii train station

by leics

Sorry, I missed the 'Sorrento to Rome' part of your post. You will be using the Circumvesuviana on that route, of course.

Re: is there a place to store bags at the Pompeii train station

by goodfish

Just to expand on this, here's a fairly recent answer to your question from Rick Steves' site:


Do take any valuables with you.

Travel Tips for Pompeii

Entrance and Guides

by roamer61

Once you enter the archeaological area and buy your ticket, you will be approached by guides.
Though not 100% necessary, especially if you have a good map, if you choose to hire one, make sure he is government licensed and agree on a price before you set off.

Best Pompeii Informational Websites:

by Ewingjr98

Click here for a great collection of stories, maps, photos and other Pompeii links.

This site has hundreds of images of Pompeii, focusing mainly on the city's artworks.

Here you can find background information on Pompeii's roads, houses, temples, baths, theaters, and other aspects of the lost city.

Nothing to do other than see the ruins

by Venturingnow

I just wanted to let you know that Pompeii itself really isn't that nice, in fact, it's quite disgusting in my opinion. It's really rundown in some parts, and it's pretty full of cars. Just get in and get out, it isn't worth staying there because you can daytrip from the Amalfi Coast, Naples, or even Rome (like my friend Tony did). Here is a photo of some nice flowers I shot during my walk around Pompeii.


by BerniShand

To those of you who know me its no suprise that I have included a picture of this particular Roman God.... one lady in our party said it was disgusting, but its an ancient relic so must be preserved. This statue was in the home of a wealthy merchant


by BerniShand

take plenty of water especially in summer months, it gets very hot here

check and re-check your camera, this is not the place for it to stop working as mine did, and bring one more roll of film than you think you will need

wear sturdy shoes or walking boots

get here as early as you can, it gets crowded

hire a guide or use a good guide book to give you more insight into the town

allow plenty of time, it really is a full day trip I loved the way that many buildings looked as though they had been abandoned recently, it really brought the history to life


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