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Green Pass communication

Starting from August 6, 2021, visitors will be able to access the Pompeii Archaeological Park only after showing the green covid / green pass certification (vaccine or antigenic swab certificate with negative result) in compliance with law decree n. 105 of 23 July 2021. The COVID-19 green certification is not required for children under the age of 12, not included by age in the vaccination campaign.

The Archaeological Park of Pompeii, in collaboration with the Campania Region - ASL 3 Naples, will activate a station for the administration of rapid antigenic swabs and relative certification.

Below is the link to the list of Pharmacies in the Metropolitan City of Naples area, participating in the voluntary screening campaign (in the list there are only the pharmacies that have made a regular request for voluntary membership following the indications of the Regional Protocol of 14/12 / 2020 N ° UC.2020.0002977):
https://www.federfarmanapoli.it/asso/index.php/2-uncategorised/1333-farmacie-aderenti-al-protocollo-per-l-effettuzione-dei-test

For more information on the green pass, visit the website www.dgc.gov.it.

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Pompeii Ruins winter opening times

Guests are kindly informed that starting from the 1st November the Pompeii Sites will observe the following opening hours:

opening time 9 am

last entry 3:30 pm

closing time 5 pm

We look forward to welcoming you soon!

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Reopening of the Porta Marina Superiore entrance and abolition on closing day

In order to facilitate and limit entrances from 7 June 2021, the entrance of Porta Marina Superiore will reopen to the public in addition to the already operational gates of Piazza Esedra and Piazza Anfiteatro. As per instructions, always from day 7 until new communications, the site will always remain open, without closing days. All previous communications on limited entries remain unchanged.

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Archeological site of Pompeii summer re-opening

A good news that the world of tourism has been waiting for is the reopening of the Pompeii excavations which will take place from 27/04/2021 following the yellow zone declared in the Campania region. It will be possible to enter from the entrances of Piazza Esedra and Piazza Anfiteatro from Tuesday to Sunday from 9:00 to 19:00 (with last admission at 17:30) while Monday will be the weekly closing day until 07/06/2021. The entrance will be available every 15 minutes for up to 500 people. However, the anticovid rules already applied last January remain unchanged. In addition, you can walk inside according to a defined itinerary of the amphitheater and admire the exhibition "Venustats. Grace and beauty in Pompeii "and have access to the main houses and attractions located on Via dell’Abbondanza.

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Reopening of the archaeological excavations of Pompeii

From Monday 18 January 2021 there will be the reopening of the Pompeii site. The opening hours will be from 9:00 to 15:30 for entrances with a general exit at 17:00. In this phase of gradual reopening, access and exit to the archaeological area of Pompeii will be possible from the gate of Piazza Anfiteatro. The visit will develop along a path marked within the site in order to ensure a safe visit to the site and in full compliance with anti-Covid health provisions. It will be possible to walk inside the Amphitheater, access the large gymnasium and the exhibition “Venustas. Grace and Beauty in Pompeii ". You can visit the Praedia of Giulia Felice and move on via dell'Abbondanza with access to the main domus, but also cross the necropolis of Porta Nocera, the Garden of the fugitives, arrive at the theater district and the triangular forum. From via dell’abbondanza, you can also reach the Forum with all its public and religious buildings, visit the external space of the Stabian Baths or go up via Stabiana to via del Vesuvio where you can admire the house of Leda and the swan. Visitors will be subjected, upon arrival, to temperature measurement using a thermoscanner. The use of the mask in closed and open places remains mandatory, regardless of interpersonal distance. All information relating to the safety measures for the containment of the SARS-COV 2 contagion and how to visit will be provided to visitors through the monitors present at the entrances and the signs. The visit will take place in full compliance with the spacing measures envisaged by the Technical Scientific Committee, also with the support of directional signs specially installed by the Park.




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Gabriel Zuchtriegel new manager of the archaeological excavations of Pompeii

A warm welcome to Gabriel Zuchtriegel, the new director of the Archaeological Park of Pompeii, was given in these days following the designation of the minister of culture Dario Franceschini. The new Italian-German director has barely 40 years old and will replace the previous director Massimo Osanna, who recently passed to the general management of the Mibact Museums. Graduated with honors in archeology, Zuchtriegel had previously been director of the Archaeological excavations of Peastum, reporting excellent results that assured him the full confidence of the minister regarding the new designation for Pompeii.


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Pompeii and Herculaneum archeological sites closure due to Covid-19 restrictions

In accordance with the new Prime Ministerial Decree of the 3rd November 2020 regarding the prevention of the spread of Coronavirus, all sites under the jurisdiction of the Archaeological Park of Pompeii will remain closed from the 6th November until the 3rd December 2020

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List of the open buildings in Pompeii archelogical site and closing time itinerary 1

Itinerary 1

Amphitheater  (Regio II)
Large Palaestra  (Regio II) (accessible for VENUSTAS exhibition) (Opening times: 9:15 – 16:40)
Praedia of Giulia Felice  (access from the garden and boardwalk) (Opening times: 9:15 – 17:00)
Necropolis of Nocera Gate  (Regio II)
Garden of the Fugitives  (Regio I)
House of the Europa Ship  (Regio I) (Opening times: 9:15 – 16:40)
House of Octavius Quartio  (Regio II) (access from the garden) (Opening times: 9:15 – 16:40)
House of the Menander  (Regio I) (Opening times: 9:15 – 16:40)
House of the Lovers (Regio I) (Opening times: 9:15 – 16:40)
House of the Cryptoporticus  (Regio I) (Opening times: 9:15 – 16:40)
Stabian Baths (Regio VII) (access only to the open area )
Cornelii House (Regio VIII)
House of the wounded bear  (Regio VII) (visible from outside)
Forum Granary  (Regio VII) (visible from outside)
Sanctuary of Apollo  (Regio VII)
Basilica (Regio VIII)
Eumachia building (Regio VII)
Temple of Genius Augusti (Regio VII)
Sanctuary of the Public Lares  (Regio VII) (visible from outside)
Macellum  (Regio VII) (visible from outside)
Forum  (Regio VII)
Temple of Jupiter  (Regio VII)
Honorary Arches  (Regio VII)
Sanctuary of Venus (Regio VIII)
House of Championnet (Regio VIII) (Opening times: 9:15 – 16:40)
House of Geometric Mosaics (Regio VIII)
Botanical garden (Regio VIII)
Triangular Forum  (Regio VIII)
Doric Temple – Sanctuary of Athena and Hercules  (Regio VIII)
Large Theatre  (Regio VIII) (visible from outside)
Small Theatre – Odeon – Odeion (Regio VIII) ( visible from outside)
Quadriporticus of the theatres or Gladiators Barracks  (Regio VIII)


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List of the open buildings in Pompeii archelogical site and closing time itinerary 2

Itinerary  2

Suburban Baths  (Regio VII) (Opening times: 9:15 – 16:40)
Basilica (Regio VIII)
Comitium ed Edifici Municipali (Regio VIII)
Eumachia building (Regio VII)
Sanctuary of the Public Lares  (Regio VII)  (visible from outside)
Temple of Genius Augusti (visible Regio VII)
Macellum (Regio VII)  (from outside)
Forum Granary  (Regio VII) (visible from outside)
Sanctuary of Apollo  (Regio VII)
Forum  (Regio VII)
Temple of Jupiter  (Regio VII)
Honorary Arches  (Regio VII)
Temple of Fortuna Augusta  (Regio VII)
Cave Canem (Regio VI) (mosaic visible from outside)
Thermopolium (Regio VI)
House of Faun (Regio VI)
House of Vettii (Regio VI) (visible from outside)
House of  Golden Cupids (Regio VI) (Opening times: 9:15 – 16:40)
House of Leda (Regio V) (fresco visible from outside)
Central Baths  (Regio IX)
House of Marcus Lucretius in via Stabiana  (Regio IX) (Opening times: 9:15 – 16:40)
Stabian Baths (Regio VII) (access only to the open area )
Cornelii House(Regio VIII)
Triangular Forum  (Regio VIII)
Doric Temple – Sanctuary of Athena and Hercules  (Regio VIII)
Large Theatre  (Regio VIII) (visible from outside)
Quadriporticus of the theatres or Gladiators Barracks  (Regio VIII)
Small Theatre – Odeon – Odeon (Regio VIII) (visible from outside)
House of the Menander  (Regio I) (Opening times: 9:15 – 16:40)
House of the Lovers (Regio I) (Opening times: 9:15 – 16:40)
House of the Cryptoporticus (Regio I) (Opening times: 9:15 – 16:40)

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