Millennia of history can be traced on the Italian peninsula. Book your tickets for Italy’s archaeological sites and museums, and discover the history of Western civilization in often stunning natural settings and fascinating museums.
Colosseum, Palatine Museum, and Roman Forum Combo 24h Ticket + Audioguide
Don't miss the most famous monument in the world
The three most important Roman sites - on one easy ticket and audioguide.
Pompeii Archaeological Area
Pompeii is the only archaeological site in the world to show an ancient Roman center and represents a unique heritage of architecture, sculptures, paintings and mosaics.
Pompeii represents a unique heritage of architecture, sculpture, paintings, and mosaics - don't miss it!
Virtual Archaeological Museum Herculaneum
Take a journey through history and discover the beauty and fascination of a world that disappeared two thousand years ago - through interactive displays that digitally reconstruct the destroyed Roman towns and recreate life as it once was.
Combo Ticket Quintili Villa and Tomb Cecilia Metella
Visit architectural feats from Ancient Roman times - a sumptuous villa, and a mausoleum - both of them located on the famed Via Appia.
Valley of the Temples Archaeological Area
The largest archaeological site in the world, an entire valley populated by Greek and Roman buildings and incredible temples.
Your ticket to the Valley of the Temples - one of the most sublime examples of Greek art and architecture in Italy - is the perfect complement to the Museum of Agrigento.
Heraclea Minoa Archaeological Area and Antiquarium
Visit what remains of this ancient Greek city and its theater - in a beautiful natural site, perched on white cliffs above the sea, just west of Agrigento.
Regional Archaeological Museum Antonio Salinas
The famous metopes of the temples in Selinunte are the focal point of the Regional Archaeological Museum in Palermo, which also preserves precious artifacts from Pompeii, and one of the most important collections of Etruscan and Punic art in Italy.
Stefano Bardini Museum
The Stefano Bardini Museum, a civic museum dedicated to him, once his extremely refined shop, was donated by the antique dealer to the city of Florence in his will and today is an extraordinary treasure trove of masterpieces of all kinds
A private collection finally open to the public who knows how to choose