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SMALL GROUP Tours in the Amalfi Coast


SMALL GROUP PRESTIGE FULL DAY POMPEI & HERCULANEUM SELECT TOUR *Max 18 pax* (Approx 8 hrs and half) Every Sundays. Travel from Sorrento, along the scenic route to Herculaneum. Herculaneum was a residential coastal town which has been superbly preserved after the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD. The guide will give people the chance to view the town from above before heading down and beginning the guided tour which lasts about an hour. We will reach Pompeii for a light lunch (3 courses menu included in tour price). After lunch we will have guided tour inside Pompeii ruins. Tour takes in the House of the Argus, the Public Baths with their frescoes and mosaics, the House of the carbonized furniture , the House of the Neptune , Villa dei Misteri (Villa of Mysteries). At last, here we are at the most beautiful building outside the city walls. It is dedicated to Dionysius, also known as Bacchus, the god of wine. After visit we will departing from Pompei and arrival back in Sorrento at approximately 5.00 pm. No pick-up at hotels


SMALL GROUP NAPLES FULL DAY *Max 18 pax* (Approx. 8 hours) ** Every Mondays, and Thursdays. Departure from your hotel to Naples.The tour will lead you to the historical centre, starting from via Duomo for a comfort stop pass through San Lorenzo (San Gaetano Square) and the famous Christmas Alley of San Gregorio Armeno.You will reach Spaccanapoli ( Via San Biagio dei Librari ) passing through San Domenico Maggiore near San Severo chapel with its masterpiece Veiled Christ and finally to arrive to Piazza del Gesù and visit of Santa Chiara and Gesù Nuovo. Time at leisure and stop for lunch with a delicious pizza. Panoramic tour of Naples by bus stopping for beautiful picture reaching Posillipo Hill. In the afternoon walking tour with the monumental square of Piazza del Pleibiscito where you’ll have some free time at disposal to admire the outside of the Royal Palace, the San Carlo Opera, the Galleria Umberto I, Via Toledo, Piazza Trento e Trieste.Enjoy a typical Neapolitan cake and coffee in the famous Bar Gambrinus.Depart from Naples to Sorrento.Back to your hotel.


SMALL GROUP TOUR POSITANO BY NIGHT *Max 18 pax* (Approx. 6 hours) ** Every Tuesdays and Sundays - 01 MAY to 15 OCTOBER ** Positano by Night is one of the most suggestive scenes of the world, an inspiration for many artists and poets Pick up at your hotel. Transportation in deluxe coach with soft drinks on board with English speaking assistant. Upon arrival, time at your leisure to visit this beautiful small town, with tiny little streets, with many shops. Dinner in the garden of the most historical restaurant of the Amalfi Coast, where you can taste typical dishes of the local tradition. (3 courses menu-water included). Free pick-up service from centrally located hotel in Sorrento at 04.45 p.m.


SMALL GROUP PRESTIGE FULL DAY AMALFI DRIVE TOUR *Max 18 pax* (Approx. 8 hours and half) Every Mondays, Thursdays & Saturdays. No pick-up at hotels. Clients have to reach meeting point on their own **. Departing Sorrento the coach joins the Amalfi Coastal Road “One of the most scenic Coastal Drives in Europe”. The scenery is superb, looking out over the bay of Naples and Salerno and along the coa- stline as the road twists and turns its way towards “Positano” The town is built on different levels from the main road all the way down to sea level “ This spectacular journey continues with fabulous views all the way to Amalfi (approximately Guests have 2 hours free time in Amalfi ( where they can visit “the magnificent 9th century Cathedral which proudly dominates the main square of Amalfi” and “wander through the narrow streets of the town and browse around the many shops” or “enjoy a coffee in one of the cafes around Amalfi”. Lunch (drinks included) in the small village of Scala Pontone. The excursion carries on to “Ravello Free Time. Return to Sorrento.


SMALL GROUP PRESTIGE FULL DAY VESUVIUS 4 x 4 SELECT TOUR *Max 18 pax* (Approx. 8 hours and half) ** Every Mondays & Saturdays. Reach the heights of Mount Vesuvius on a 4x4 ecological bus along a scenic route. Where the road ends, a pedestrian path begins,


winding up the side of the volcano’s cone to the edge of one of the world’s most impressive craters, with spectacular views spanning the entire Gulf of Naples, the Sorrento Peninsula and the islands of Capri and Ischia. After the exhilarating climb, wind down with a visit to a wine farm at the foot of Mount Vesuvius. Here you’ll stroll through the vineyards and learn about the wine making process, then sit down for a leisurely lunch accompanied by a tasting of three of wine farm’s own wines: a white, a red and a rosé. Lunch menu includes: Appetizer (bruschetta with cherry tomatoes, local cheeses and salami), Spaghetti with fresh tomatoes, Typical Neapolitan Pastiera pie, served with a tasting of grappa liquor.


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