Boscoreale campano is a municipality of over 27,500 inhabitants that is located in the province of Naples. The origins of the town date back to Roman times when it was the outskirts of Pompeii.
The Antiquarium Boscoreale showing of exceptional archaeological and equipment captions accompanying the main features of Vesuvius in Roman times and the farming and trade. The tour is completed with a visit to the archaeological site of Villa Regina, a Roman farm in a good state of preservation specialist in the production of wine. The Antiquarian and the distance from Villa Regina Villa Julia just 1 km.
You can reach the archaeological site of Boscoreale:
A3 motorway (Napoli - Salerno) exit west Pompeii, here turn right and take Via Settetermini where the entrance to the archaeological site of Boscoreale.
Circumvesuviana (Napoli - Poggiomarino) Boscoreale stop here to take the bus or taxi that will take you to Settetermini street where the entrance to the archaeological site of Boscoreale.
Ferrovie dello Stato (Napoli - Salerno) Torre Annunziata Centrale stop here to take the bus or taxi that will take you to Settetermini street where the entrance to the archaeological site of Boscoreale.
In any case, the Julia Villa offers its guests a shuttle service to the archaeological site of Boscoreale with an additional cost of € 5.00