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Full-Day Sorrento Positano Pompeii Tour

Full-Day Sorrento Positano Pompeii Tour - Portici, Italy Star Rating

Duration: 9 hours
Location: Portici, Italy

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$828.13

Explore the Campania coast during your shore excursion with this 9-hour trip to Sorrento, Positano, and Pompeii from the ports of either Naples or Salerno. Depart the port at 8:00am and return to the ship by 5:00pm, with all transportation taken care of.

Meet your driver/guide at the port after your ship docks and climb into your comfortable vehicle for the day trip.

Travel first to Sorrento, one of the most important resorts in southern Italy ... More info ›

Explore the Campania coast during your shore excursion with this 9-hour trip to Sorrento, Positano, and Pompeii from the ports of either Naples or Salerno. Depart the port at 8:00am and return to the ship by 5:00pm, with all transportation taken care of.

Meet your driver/guide at the port after your ship docks and climb into your comfortable vehicle for the day trip.

Travel first to Sorrento, one of the most important resorts in southern Italy. Spend an hour walking through streets with fine old shops selling ceramics, lacework and intarsio (marquetry items), and many other unique items famously produced in this area.

After the visit in Sorrento, drive along the Amalfi Coast to Positano, stopping many times for to admire the views and take photos. Positano is known as the vertical city and it's one of the most popular tourist destinations in Italy. It is the coast’s most picturesque and photogenic town, with houses tumbling down to the sea in a cascade of sun-bleached peach, pink, and terracotta colors. No less colorful are its steep streets and steps lined with wisteria-draped hotels, smart restaurants, and fashionable boutiques. Enjoy one hour to discover the beauty of the city. 

After Positano, drive to Pompeii with a lunch stop along the way. Getting in Pompeii, (around 2:30pm) your driver will introduce you to a local guide who will take you for a 2-hour tour of the archaeological site.

Pompeii was founded in the 7th century B.C. by the Oscans who settled on the slopes of Vesuvius and in an area not far from the river Sarno. In that period Pompeii was an important trade center, so it became an object of Greek, Etruscan, and Samnites expansionist aims. In the third century B.C. Pompeii was conquered by the Romans and in a short time it became the most important port on the bay of Naples. It was very important for the Roman trade exchanges as it began to export wine and olive oil to Provence and Spain.

In 62 A.D. when the city had about 2,000 inhabitants and was economically very important, it suffered heavy damage from an earthquake and the Roman senate ordered immediately the reconstruction of the town. Only 17 years later while many works were under construction, on August 24th 79 A.D. a tremendous eruption of the volcano Vesuvius completely submerged the city under 6-7 meters of lava and volcanic ash which destroyed the city and everyone in it.

A few hundred years after the disaster, the name and also the location of Pompeii was forgotten. The town was accidentally discovered in the 1600s and excavated in the 19th and 20th centuries. Due to its excellent state of preservation it has given an invaluable insight into the Roman world and may lay claim to being the richest archaeological site in the world.

Return to the car by 4:45pm and drive back to your ship.

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Caserta Royal Palace Entrance Ticket

Caserta Royal Palace Entrance Ticket - Caserta, Italy Star Rating

Duration: Flexible
Location: Caserta, Italy

From USD
$17.43

Discover Caserta Royal Palace, a lavish complex, considered the Versailles of the Campania region, that also accommodated a university, the ministries, a public library, the magistracy, a large theater, a seminary, and a cathedral church. Once the residence of the Bourbon Kings the palace is now considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site and offers breathtaking architecture, splendid vistas, beautiful parks and gardens.

In 1750, Charles of Bourbon decided to build the Royal Palace as the ideal center of the new Kingdom of Naples, and intended to compete with other European royal residences ... More info ›

Discover Caserta Royal Palace, a lavish complex, considered the Versailles of the Campania region, that also accommodated a university, the ministries, a public library, the magistracy, a large theater, a seminary, and a cathedral church. Once the residence of the Bourbon Kings the palace is now considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site and offers breathtaking architecture, splendid vistas, beautiful parks and gardens.

In 1750, Charles of Bourbon decided to build the Royal Palace as the ideal center of the new Kingdom of Naples, and intended to compete with other European royal residences. The project was committed to architect Luigi Vanvitelli and inspired by Versailles, where Charles the VII had spent much time as guest of the French court.

Vanvitelli's wanted to built a magnificent palace and help develop the new city beside it, but unfortunately the Gran Viale between Naples and the great waterfall from the hillside of Briano, connecting the new capital with the far away metropolis, was never realized. Beyond housing for the royal family, Vanvitelli's plans for the Caserta Palace included a university, the ministries, a public library, the magistracy, a large theater, a seminary, and a cathedral church.

With your entrance ticket, visit the royal apartments, the paintings gallery and the Palatine chapel, the Quadreria with paintings from the deposits and, of course the gardens.

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The Best of Pompeii Small-group Tour - Unveiling The Buried City

The Best of Pompeii Small-group Tour - Unveiling The Buried City - Pompei, Italy Star Rating

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Pompei, Italy

From USD
$64.29

Seeing Pompeii on your own can be confusing, so we have designed the 'Best of Pompeii Tour: Unveiling The Buried City' to bring you closer to the amazing history and tragic end of Pompeii than you could ever get on your own (or at least without a degree in archaeology). Led by an official Pompeii tour guide – most of whom are trained archaeologists – you will wander the well-preserved streets of Pompeii and visit the most interesting and heart-wrenching sights from the city that was lost under the massive eruption of Mt ... More info ›

Seeing Pompeii on your own can be confusing, so we have designed the 'Best of Pompeii Tour: Unveiling The Buried City' to bring you closer to the amazing history and tragic end of Pompeii than you could ever get on your own (or at least without a degree in archaeology). Led by an official Pompeii tour guide – most of whom are trained archaeologists – you will wander the well-preserved streets of Pompeii and visit the most interesting and heart-wrenching sights from the city that was lost under the massive eruption of Mt. Vesuvius.

Arrive at Pompeii and skip the lines meet one of our expert English-speaking guides. As you walk through the shops, temples, public baths, and houses that composed the thriving city, your guide will recount the fascinating stories of ancient life and how it was decimated by the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius.

See how people lived nearly 2,000 years ago with stops at a Roman bakery, the Temple of Apollo, the Roman Forum, an ancient supermarket, an old cemetery, and an amphitheater. The tour will also visit the touching and eerie plaster death casts of a few of the unfortunate people caught in the eruption. If appropriate for the group, you’ll also step into an ancient brothel.

The walk is capped off with a stroll along the city walls offering panoramic views of Naples and Capri.

With a group of 15 people or fewer you won’t ever struggle to hear your guide, and you will have plenty of time and access to ask all the questions you’re going to have about ancient life in this incredibly well-preserved city. Our expert Pompeii guides have dedicated their lives to the study of this city and there are no better people to introduce you to this jewel of world heritage.

Sites Visited:

  • Plaster-cast remains of Pompeii’s doomed inhabitants
  • Porta Marina
  • Temple of Apollo
  • The Roman Forum
  • Roman Baths
  • Roman Houses "Domus"
  • Pompeii's Main Street
  • Ancient "shops"
  • Brothel
  • Cemetery
  • Amphitheatre
  • Panoramic View of Pompeii

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Private Tour: 2-Hour Pompeii Tour from Sorrento

Private Tour: 2-Hour Pompeii Tour from Sorrento - Pompei, Italy

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Pompei, Italy

From USD
$130.76

This standard private tour of the archaeological ruins of Pompeii, a UNESCO World Heritage site, lasts about two hours and introduces you to major features such as the forum, baths, villas and temples. Take a walk along Pompeii's main shopping thoroughfare, Via dell'Abbondanza, and see plaster cast examples of the victims of the Mt Vesuvius eruption that destroyed the ancient Roman town, covering it in volcanic ash.

Your tour to Pompeii starts in Sorrento, where you'll meet your private guide and take the local train (Circumvesuviana; ticket at your own expense) to the ancient village ... More info ›

This standard private tour of the archaeological ruins of Pompeii, a UNESCO World Heritage site, lasts about two hours and introduces you to major features such as the forum, baths, villas and temples. Take a walk along Pompeii's main shopping thoroughfare, Via dell'Abbondanza, and see plaster cast examples of the victims of the Mt Vesuvius eruption that destroyed the ancient Roman town, covering it in volcanic ash.

Your tour to Pompeii starts in Sorrento, where you'll meet your private guide and take the local train (Circumvesuviana; ticket at your own expense) to the ancient village.

By booking this tour, you'll enjoy the full attention and insights of a licensed professional tour guide who has a solid background in and knowledge of Pompeii's history, politics, daily life and social backdrop related to the main events in the village 2,000 years ago. When you arrive, see some of the major archaeological ruins such as the public baths, Roman villas, temples and the brothel (the Lupanare), and imagine what life was like here before the volcanic eruption that buried the town in ash.

Please note: Pompeii entrance ticket is not included in the price of the tour.

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Cooking Class on the Amalfi Coast

Cooking Class on the Amalfi Coast - Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi, Italy

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi, Italy

From USD
$151.46

Learn the secrets of Amalfi traditional cuisine in a farm house! Enjoy the lunch with a fine selection of wine with your friends and family.

Upon your arrival, you will visit the vegetable garden and through the assistance of the chef, you will pick the vegetables that will create a typical Amalfi menù.

Guests, equipped with hat and apron, will put their hands on and prepare a traditional farmer menu with the supervision of staff and chef.
You will prepare a starters, a first course, a second course and the farmhouse desserts.

The several phases of the fresh pasta making will be illustrated: the typical and famous ravioli of the Campania region filled with fresh ricotta and herbs, as well as the gnocchi dressed with traditional sauces, for example the sauce with the “pomodorini” of “piennolo vesuviano” quality which will be producted.

At the end of the course you will receive the farmhouse cook-book and a participation certificate. At the end of the session you will enjoy the lunch with a fine selection of wines.

It will be a once in a lifetime experience !

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Learn the secrets of Amalfi traditional cuisine in a farm house! Enjoy the lunch with a fine selection of wine with your friends and family.

Upon your arrival, you will visit the vegetable garden and through the assistance of the chef, you will pick the vegetables that will create a typical Amalfi menù.

Guests, equipped with hat and apron, will put their hands on and prepare a traditional farmer menu with the supervision of staff and chef.
You will prepare a starters, a first course, a second course and the farmhouse desserts.

The several phases of the fresh pasta making will be illustrated: the typical and famous ravioli of the Campania region filled with fresh ricotta and herbs, as well as the gnocchi dressed with traditional sauces, for example the sauce with the “pomodorini” of “piennolo vesuviano” quality which will be producted.

At the end of the course you will receive the farmhouse cook-book and a participation certificate. At the end of the session you will enjoy the lunch with a fine selection of wines.

It will be a once in a lifetime experience !

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Pastry Lesson at a Farmhouse in the Amalfi Coast

Pastry Lesson at a Farmhouse in the Amalfi Coast - Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi, Italy

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi, Italy

From USD
$92.62

Learn the secrets of Sorrentine pastry and enjoy a delicious tasting with your friends and family at a splendid farmhouse on the Amalfi Coast.

The Farmhouse is located in the heart of the land of the sirens, on the hills of Sant’Agata Sui Due Golfi. Traditional recipes using only original ingredients that distinguish sorrentine pastry ... More info ›

Learn the secrets of Sorrentine pastry and enjoy a delicious tasting with your friends and family at a splendid farmhouse on the Amalfi Coast.

The Farmhouse is located in the heart of the land of the sirens, on the hills of Sant’Agata Sui Due Golfi. Traditional recipes using only original ingredients that distinguish sorrentine pastry. Avoid tourist traps and live authentic Italian moments.

This pastry lesson is a delightful moment where you will learn ''hands on'' with the pastry chef how to make typical sorrentine pastry. Guests are equipped with hats, branded aprons as well as the necessary ingredients for the preparation of the pastry chosen (tiramisu - fruit tarts - chocolate cookies - filled cakes).

At the end of the lesson taste your creation accompanied with coffee Vecchia Napoli or Mediterranean Herb Tea. Get ready for an amazing experience.

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