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Sorrento • Amalfi Coast • ITALY Very Exclusive Private Tours Departing from Naples, Sorrento, Positano & Amalfi


PRIVATE Pompeii Visiting Pompeii is an unforgettable experiences: it offers visitors the opportunity to see how the town was at that time, because the lava allowed to the it to holds up to us. Inclusions: private guide, private car, entrance fee. Duration: 3 hours guided tour, total 4 hours approximately.


PRIVATE Pompeii and Vesuvius Visit of Pompei, one of the last cities that offer a real image of the ancient Roman settlements; the city is part of the National Park of Mount Vesuvio and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997.The tour continues to Mount Vesuvio for a visit of the site. Duration: 8 hours


PRIVATE Pompeii and Herculaneum The tour is dedicated to the discovery of an important piece of Neapolitan history. Your guide will take you slowly through some of the ancient streets of Pompeii where you can see Baths, Forums and Villas built by the prosperous Romans in the year 80 B.C. Marvel at the fabulously preserved Frescos which adorned the walls and floors of the Villas. Duration: 8 hours


PRIVATE Positano, Amalfi and Ravello Not far from Amalfi is situated Ravello, a town that has been historically a destination for artists, musicians and writers. Ravello is famous for its villas, such as Villa Cimbrone and villa Rufolo. Duration: 7 hours


PRIVATE Sorrento and Amalfi Coast Boat Excursion Relaxing and comfortable boat trips along the Sorrentine peninsula and the Amalfi coast.As your eyes enjoy the panorama, you will also relax with the fantastic odour of the sea, the best aroma therapy!


PRIVATE Sorrento and Amalfi Coast Helicopter Excursion An opportunity of your lifetime to admire from a privileged point of view all the major touristic and natural attractions of the CAMPANIA region.


PRIVATE Caserta and Cassino Caserta is known as the “Versailles of Naples” thanks to the Royal Palace built here in the 18th Century. The enchanting palace overlooking the huge square is one of the most sumptuous buildings of its kind in Italy. During the tour you will have the chance to go to Monte Cassino to visit the famous Abbey. Duration: 8 hours


PRIVATE Salerno & Paestum Salerno is best remembered for the Allied troops landing on its beaches, during


the Second World War.Paestum is one of the most important archaeological sites in the country. Here you will see some of the best-preserved Greek ruins, architecture and monuments. Duration: 8 hours


Regular English Speaking sightseeing from Sorrento


CAPRI & ANACAPRI AMALFI DRIVE


POMPEI & VESUVIO POMPEI & ERCOLANO SALERNO & PAESTUM POMPEI HALF DAY


ERCOLANO HALF DAY ISCHIA


VESUVIO HALF DAY DUE GOLFI TRAIN TOUR ** Daily


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Sorrento and Amalfi Coast Helicopter Transfers


To devote more time to your vacation we offer the possibility to reach shortly in helicopter the touristic places of Gulf of Naples and the Amalfi Coast.


Time of transfers: Napoli/Sorrento Napoli/Capri Napoli/Ravello Roma/Sorrrento


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