from Mar 01 to Dec 01
- Private car or Minivan
- Capri Train Cablecar
- Chauffeur Driver
- Entrance Fees
- Licensed Tour Guide Full Day
- Pier Pick-up & Drop off
- Tolls & Parkings
A tour which can be operated only as a private tour with an expert professional tour guide.
Meet your Licensed Guide at the cruise terminal, you will walk to the nearby jetfoil terminal for a 50-minutes ride to the isle of Capri.
From the dock at Marina Grande, weather permitting you could visit the famous Blue Grotto* ( optional ), then your tour guide time permitting will organize the transfer by train-cablecar or minibus to Capri Town.
The view from the town overlooks the marina and the Sorrento Peninsular, but you will enjoy visiting La Piazzetta, the heart of the shopping and nightlife area. Wander through the narrow streets and explore the shops and sights.
Return to the marina where you will catch a jetfoil to go to Positano and the Amalfi Coastline, where - whitewashed and pastel houses tumble down the cliffs to a beach dotted with brightly colored fishing boats. Long a draw for sophisticated world travellers, Positano boasts elegant boutiques, luxury shops and seaside cafes.
After your lunch time by car or minivan you will drive along the scenic Amalfi coastline road till you the Vesuvian plain and Pompei - This Roman resort was buried in volcanic ash after Mt. Vesuvius erupted in 79 A.D.
Your guided walking tour surveys Pompei's villas, theatres and wrestling grounds. Visit an ancient wine shop, a bakery with millstones and wood oven. Plaster casts mark the positions of the fallen, swiftly overwhelmed by volcanic ash and gasses.
After the Pompeii guided tour and some time for shopping you will return by minivan to the cruise terminal in Naples.
The itinerary of the tour may be changed but always covering the mentioned sites.
On request it is possible to insert the Blue Grotto tour in the program.
*CAPRI'S BLUE GROTTO is known throughout the world for its intense blue tones. Visitors arrive by boat and stop at the entrance, in order to enter the Grotta Azzurra visitors climb aboard small rowing boats, with a capacity for two, maximum three, passengers and, lying on the bottom of the boat, enter the low and narrow mouth of the cave. Passengers are obliged to lie down in the boat whilst passing in to the cave. The boatman sets down his rows and maneuvers the boat inside with the aid of a chain attached to the vault of the entrance. Entrance to the cave is not possible in the presence of south westerly and mistral wind.
Blue Grotto tour rate = ab. 30 Euros per person. it is possible to substitute Herculaneum with Pompeii ( Capri, Positano and Herculaneum ).