Amalfi Tour 2 | From Amalfi to Pompeii, Sorrento and Positano

Visit Pompeii, Sorrento and Positano is An a mix of 2 most wonderful  coast who are the Sorrentine coast and the Amalfitane coast, plus the most important archeological site in the word as Pompeii is.

Pompeii, Naples, Salerno, Sorrento, Amalfi coast

Considered as one of the most important archaeological sites in the world.
Pompeii was partially destroyed by an earthquake in 62 A.D., and then totally in 79 A.D. by the first recorded eruption of Mount Vesuvius that engulfed the city and its inhabitants with a terrible storm of cinders and ash. Pompeii was once a thriving commercial centre with a large seaport.

only a little over an hour take from the port of Amalfi to Pompeii. on the way to Pompeii will discuss with you the areas and also the tours itinerary and history of the area. In Pompeii we will spend about 2 hours in the ruins. here we can see how the Romans lived in the 79Ad.

After this great experience stepping back in time, back to present day ...We now take the coast road,

Situated in an area of singular beauty it is an enchanting place in all seasons. The locals have gone a long way to make visitors feel welcome and safe, the district is special noted for its oranges, lemons, nuts and the town for inlaid woodwork (intarsia), lace and local liquors (limoncello).

Situated in an area of singular beauty it is an enchanting place in all seasons. The locals have gone a long way to make visitors feel welcome and safe, the district is special noted for its oranges, lemons, nuts and the town for inlaid woodwork (intarsia), lace and local liquors (limoncello).

stopping for an amazing panoramic photos of the Bay of Sorrento and of Mt. Vesuvius before reaching the center of Sorrento. From here you will have free time to explore the delightful historical centre, with its numerous churches, cafes, shops to suit all, or enjoy a drink in the main square named Piazza Tasso and ‘people-watch’ with the locals.

Then will drive to Positano along the famous the Amalfi Drive. Once there we will descend down the winding one-way road, bypassing many picturesque houses and shops, and arrive in the heart of the town, at Piazza "dei Mulini" is the last point where we can get by car ,

Positano is reached by a one-way road, inaccessible to large local buses and coaches. Your smaller vehicle will take you right down to Piazza Mulino, from here begins the journey on foot through the traffic-free lanes of Positano. A pleasant gathering of shops selling souvenirs, pastries, local crafts and wines, and the world famous “Moda Positano and sandals”.

Positano is reached by a one-way road, inaccessible to large local buses and coaches. Your smaller vehicle will take you right down to Piazza Mulino, from here begins the journey on foot through the traffic-free lanes of Positano. A pleasant gathering of shops selling souvenirs, pastries, local crafts and wines, and the world famous “Moda Positano and sandals”.

we park our car  and we walk downtown where all the streets leading to the waterfront are .Here we can have about one hour or more to discover this beautiful village denominated "the jewel of  The Amalfi coast".

 

 

 

 

Duration of the tour 8-9 hours

* 2 hours in Pompeii – .

* Drive along the famous Amalfi Coast.

* Free time to stroll the beautiful narrow streets of Positano.

* Lunch in a typical Italian Restaurant (optional).

* Free time in Sorrento.

* Enjoy a spectacular view of the bay of Naples.

Groups of 1-3 people – 360 Euro,

Groups of 4-6 people – 420 Euro,

Groups of 7-8 people – 450 Euro

INCLUDED: Luxury air-conditioned vehicle, English speaking driver, All tolls, parking, petrol (gas) and taxes.

NOT INCLUDED: Entrance tickets where applicable, Lunch if requested, Optional authorised guide in Pompeii available on request (100 Euro for 2 hours tour in the ruins of Pompeii)

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