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A guidebook is essential. Even though we paid an official guide to show us the highlights of the city, I'm glad we purchased a book from one of the street vendors near the train station. This book proved useful before, during and after the tour.
What to buy: Pompeii Under The Volcano-Guide to the town buried by Mount Vesuvius 2000 Years Ago, by edizioi spano. The book contains guided itineraries illustrated with 250 photos, reconstructions, maps, drawings and thematic notes. This book was especially helpful to me as a reference for my photo album and VT pages!
What to pay: We paid 7.23 Euros for the book.
Updated Jan 17, 2003
Address: the street leading to the ruins
What to buy: Some sellers offering pieces of lava from volcano Vesuvius. Covered with green and purple crystal it look great (better then on the picture). For few € you may buy some like I did.
Updated Jan 31, 2012
We visited a cameo factory and I was totally bowled over. This is a dying artform and I truly hope that the Italian government will ensure and put plans into action to keep this art form alive.
What to buy: Cameos
Written Oct 26, 2005
2 Reviews and 529 Opinions We intended to stay 2 nites.... we ended up finishing our month in Italy here, a little over a week....
1 Review and 237 Opinions stayed in pompei 1 night but well worth it. get off at the cicrcumsision station pompei and turn...
1 Review and 3 Opinions The four of us, grandparents, daughter and grandson, had a very good stay here. The accommodation...