Hotel Vittoria

Piazza Porta Marina, 1, Pompeii, 80045, Italy
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Luggage @ Pompeii

by williampit

How safe is the luggage storage @ Pompei? My wife and I would like to stop on our way to Positano, so as to make the most of the three days we have in the area. Is this a good idea or should we return after checking into our hotel?

Re: Luggage @ Pompeii

by hawkhead

While I have no idea as o the security of the luggage storage at Pompeii, I have not read any adverse comments about it. In one day, you would be reasonably hard-pressed to go to Positano and drop your luggage at the hotel and then return to Pompeii. It's doable but you would not have much time at Pompeii. I assume you are arriving by train or do you have a car? Either way, it is best to visit Pompeii on your way to Positano providing you have allowed plenty of time to visit the site.

Re: Luggage @ Pompeii

by williampit

Thanks for your prompt reply. Actually we would not try and check in to our hotel, and return to Pompei on the same day.We are just trying to make the best of the time we do have. My wife is just a bit apprehensive when it comes to leaving our belongings in an unknown place.

Re: Luggage @ Pompeii

by goodfish

The trick with left luggage - regardless of where you leave it - is to not leave anything of value. If you can't afford to lose it, don't leave it. We travel with no items (like jewelry) that are expensive and can't be left where we may not get it back. Take all valuables with you (like cameras, jewelry (if you must have it) and whatnot and you should be fine. I haven't read that there has been any issue at Pompeii with their luggage storage services.

Re: Luggage @ Pompeii

by hawkhead

Well, then, I would go on to my hotel and check-in and spend the rest of the day in Positano and leave Pompeii for another day.

Re: Luggage @ Pompeii

by annahill


I visited Pompeii on my way back from staying on the Amalfi Coast for 3 days. We left our luggage at the small bar/trainstation right when you get off to got to Pompeii. I believe we paid a small amount and everything was ok when we came back to pick our luggage up. Just make sure you allow enough time to see Pompeii, it is huge!! Hope this helps.

Travel Tips for Pompeii

The Forum at Pompeii

by VeronicaG

One of the more striking structures in Pompeii was the Forum. It was a place for the city's economic and religious dealings. A public, pedestrianized gathering spot where the public could move about without hindrance.

This large square with its massive columns was constructed of travertine and marble. In this same area was a Basilica, local government offices and religious buildings. In so many words, this was the nerve center of the city.

Campania Arte Card

by Jetgirly

The Campania Arte Card is a great way to explore Campania's many attractions and archaeological sites. Here's what you need to know in order to take advantage of this deal:

Anyone can use the full-price Arte Card. The reduced-rate card for those 18-25 can only be purchased by people residing in EU countries or countries with a reciprocal agreement with Italy. This does not include American and Canadian citizens. For childen, it is less expensive to simply pay the reduced children's rate at the site entrance.

The three-day card includes free admission to the first two sites and half price admission to any others, plus transportation. You can travel on the local transportation system (Circumvesuviana train, local busses, one return trip on the Metro del Mare's Line 1 and one trip on the airport bus). The three-day card costs EUR 25 for adults or EUR 18 for those 18-25 (see above).

The seven-day card includes free admission to all the sites for a week, but no transportation. It costs EUR 28 for adults and EUR 21 for those 18-25 (see above). If you're moving to the area, a year-round card is also available.

The card is available for purchase at the entrance to the sites, usually in the bookstore or information center. Once you buy the card, write your name and the date on the back and go to the ticket window, where they will activate your card.

You can enter each site only once using the card. No repeat vists are allowed.

Popular sites include Pompeii, Herculaneum, Paestum and it's museum, and the Naples Archaeological Museum. Included are also a variety of discounts on local services and tourist attractions.

At Pompeii, the card gives you admission to the site and discounts at the bookshop and restaurant. Show your card when you pay for the audioguide to receive a discount as well.

The Brothel!!!

by squeak_tj97

I would not have believed my eyes. It was amazing that they had brothels that far back in the day. To mark directions from the main road were engravings of male genitalia in the stone road. One was to follow the direction it was pointing to. The building is located in a very narrow alley and had a back door for people to sneak out. There were about 5 room and each one had a cement bed. Pictures were painted on the wall above each room. These pictures depicted the womans specialty that she offered.
We had walked in behind an English tour group of Senior Citizens and all I remember was an elderly man asking which woman was going to service him.


by Jmill42

If you thought Pompeii had it bad when Vesuvius erupted, you might not have heard of Herculaneum! This ancient city was a luxurious coastal village, and is today called Ercolano. The reason why it got the worse end of the deal, was that not only did it get the ubiquitous 3 meters of ash falling from the sky, but it was also hit by the pyroclastic flow of "liquid hot magma", that buried the town under 75 feet (27 meters) of the stuff!!

Thankfully, most of the estimated 5,000 inhabitants were smart enough to drop what they were doing and leave at the first evidence that something was wrong with Vesuvius' health.


by Azhut

The streets of Pompei are not too large, even those that lead to the main cities attractions, almost all are straights and ortogonals, following the model of the Roman urbanistic tradition (Romans had two major streets called Cardum and Decumanum, that leaded to all around the city. One of this streets had an horizontal direction, the other one was perpendicular).
The pavement is made with big cut basalt stones, and along every street, there were many houses and shops. The archeological escavations are easy to find from Napoli and from the other Vesuvian famous centers after taken the Circumvesuviana.


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Address: Piazza Porta Marina, 1, Pompeii, 80045, Italy