The Sorrento and Amalfi coasts are two of the brightest jewels in the shining crown of Italy. To make sure you are not going to miss any of the secrets they holds, we offer you customized Shore Excursions. We will pick you up at the dock, wherever you arrive at the port of Naples,Salerno, Rome (Civitavecchia), Amalfi, Sorrento or Livorno. Pick up time is usually set at 8:00 am, because that is when cruise ships drops you off. Should you have different needs, don’t worry: we will arrange the meeting as you wish. Our professional English speaker drivers will make sure your trip will be unforgettable. All you have to do is to set up your tour, choose times and destinations or ask our experts for suggestions. Our customer service is open 24/7. Cruise companies offer some bundled-in excursions as well, but they are going to take you only to a few places and in large group of people. Instead, we will provide the best experience possible, with tailored tours, a dedicated driver and a high-end car/van reserved exclusively for you. Unlike standard tours, we will give you all the time you need to fully enjoy every moment of your trip. Do you like to stay longer in that museum you love so much? We will wait as long as you want. Do you want to do a detour because you just saw a terrace with a beautiful view on the sea? Just ask and we will stop. No rushing, no stress: you will experience a relaxing and authentic tour!
“Bella Napoli”, where the pizza Margherita was born – a city having many different colors and many different sides, renowned for the character of its people. Naples is situated in the bay where Mount Vesuvius forms the backdrop to the city. Visit the museum of National Archaeology and themuseum Capodimonte that exhibits works of the Renaissance and baroque masters (don’t miss the impressive ceiling). See the cathedral of San Gennaro, impressing churches of San Lorenzo and Ges Nuovo, the charterhouse of San Martino and the cloister of Santa Chiara. There is the theatre of San Carlo and a nearby bar Gambrinus (the bar of the artists) that inherited its name from all the artists that used to drink there after exiting the theatre. There are various squares such as the Piazza Municipio where the castle of Maschio Angioino is located, and the vacant Royal Palace of the former Royal family that rests in Piazza Plebiscito.
Salerno is one of the most exciting ports in the Mediterranean; from here you can visit two of Europe’s finest archaeological sites, one of the most spectacular coastlines in the world. If that’s not enough! add in some Italian shopping, eating and drinking and just soak up all the passion and charm of the local people. With such a short time spent in your ports of call, don’t miss out, maximize your time.
Town with the same name of the peninsula is situated on a tufaceous terrace, overlooking the sea on the northern slopes of the mountains Lattari, including gardens, vast plantations of citrus and major hotels, alternating with typical mansions. Sorrento emerged as a popular resort in the mid-700, welcoming notable visitors. It seems that the name “Sorrento” is derived from the name “Sirenia” perhaps formerly given to the area for the supposed identification of Sorrento with the place of the presence of the sirens, legendary creatures that the Homeric tradition handed down to us as a half woman half fish, who bewitched the sailors with their songs, making them thus wrecked against the rocks.
An internationally renowned tourist destination and famous for its incomparable beauty and mild climate, the town on the southern coast of the Sorrento Peninsula, known as the Amalfi Coast, is closed by the foothills of the mountains Lattari. White houses and narrow streets, many of them with steps, characterize the village, a typical example of Mediterranean architecture. It is an archiepiscopal seat. The Cathedral, dedicated to St. Andrew, is the most impressive building of Amalfi: a rare beauty, built in sec. IX, refurbished in 1203 in the Arab-Norman forms, and restored several times, has a solemn steps to the side of which rises the bell tower (XII-XIII), which preserves intact the polychromy, typical of the Romanesque architecture of the area. The Valley, for its wildlife and environmental characteristics, is now a nature-oriented reserve, declared a World Heritage Site, and will enchant on pleasant walks.
We will begin at St. Peter’s Basilica, the largest church in the world,very famous for its Michelangelo’s “Pietà” and the beautiful Bernini Pulpit, then we move to Piazza Navona, where to admire the beautiful Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain, one of the best examples of a a Baroque masterpiece. Legend says that if you throw a coin into the fountain you will be back to Rome. You will also be introduced to the Ancient Rome of Emperors by enjoying the famous Roman Forum, the heart of ancient Rome, and the Colosseum, one of the best kept Amphiteatre of the world. Have time to go in and imagine the ancient Rome’s people to come and watch gladiators fighting, before continuing on to Palatine Hill and Circus Maximus.
Your driver will show you several more highlights you are going to pass by, such as Castle St. Angelo and its bridge, the Italian Senate, Trajan’s Column, Imperial Fora, Trajan’s Market, Arch of Constantine, Marcus Aurelius’s Column, Parliament and Council of Ministers, St. Nicholas in Chains, temples of Apollo, Vesta and Janus, Quirinal Palace. If you book in advance it will be possible to have a tour of the Vatican Museums(to be done with a licensed private guide) with a visit to the Sistine Chapel frescoed by Michelangelo, the Galeries of the Chandeliers, the Galery of the Tapestries and the one of the Geographical Maps, the Immaculate Conception Hall and the Ancient Vatican Library
BOOK NOW, before you travel. On arrival your professional English speaking driver will be waiting to whisk you away, all you need to do is sit back, relax and soak in all the history, culture and sheer beauty of the Neapolitan Rivera.
We offer private, tailor-made shore excursions, conducted by professional English-speaking drivers in fully air-conditioned vehicles.
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