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Pompei is a city and commune within the Metropolitan City of Naples, and is also the site of the famous ancient city of Pompeii which was buried by volcanic ash after the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. Surrounding an ancient city frozen in time is a more modern and metropolitan city full of life, thriving shopping streets, and a bustling nightlife. The city of Pompei has something for everyone, as it perfectly captures all of the modern attractions to lure in tourism as well as holding on to the remnants of its Roman past. Finding your ideal hotel in Pompei can be a stressful task, particularly so if you have certain expectations and budget. With Hotels.com you can find your perfect hotel with the aid of thousands of user submitted hotel reviews, photo galleries of the rooms, and a location of your potential hotel courtesy of Google maps.

What's Pompei Like?

The city is home to plenty of modern and ancient attractions, and has plenty of ruins, festivals, shopping streets, and restaurants to appeal to anyone. History buffs in particular will be spoiled for choice in Pompei, and some of the most popular sites and landmarks include Ancient Pompeii, Sanctuary of the Madonna of the Rosary, Teatro Grande, Forum, The Forum Baths, and House of the Faun. Many of these sites include guided tours, most of which can be conducted in English. The rich and vibrant culture of modern Pompei makes it home to plenty of music and art festivals throughout the year, such as the Pompei Festival, Settimana Santa, Settimana della Cultura, and Emozioni Pasqua to name but a few.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Pompei

Pompei is easily walkable, required a sturdy and comfortable pair of walking shoes. The same goes for the ancient ruins of Pompeii, yet the lack of shade can make the Summer least a little intense if you are not prepared. The Summer months span from June to August in Pompei, and temperatures can reach as high as 29°C. It would be advisable to carry around bottled water, especially if you are visiting the ruins around the city. Please bear in mind that due to the high level of tourism in the area, it is also a popular place for pickpockets, so ensure that you keep your valuables in zipped pockets and keep any bags strapped to your front, rather than back. You can check the location of your hotel in Pompei via our Hotels.com website in order to find all of the local attractions before your visit.

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