• We pick you up at the Cruise Terminal...
    We pick you up at the Cruise Terminal...
  • we take you to Sorrento...
    we take you to Sorrento...
  • along the Amalfi Coastline...
    along the Amalfi Coastline...
  • to enchanting Positano...
    to enchanting Positano...
  • finally to Ancient Pompeii.
    finally to Ancient Pompeii.

Start time

08:30

Duration

7 / 8 hours

Inclusions

  • Private car or Minivan
  • Chauffeur Driver
  • Pier Pick-up & Drop off
  • Taxes & Insurance
  • Tolls & Parkings

Exclusions

  • Entrance Fees
Designed for guests who wish to enjoy an overview of the Amalfi Coast, visit the famous village of *Positano, explore Pompeii ( walking tour with licensed tour guide INCLUDED ), which probably is the most important excavation of the world, and lastly to see Sorrento, world famous summer resort . This tour will be conducted by small minivans or private cars, giving you the opportunity to reach Positano, and the possibility to see in the same day the most important sights that characterize the Gulf of Naples.
Known as one of the most spectacular sceneries anywhere, the Amalfi Drive is a favorite destination for countless visitors.
Meeting point and pick-up at the cruise terminal, departing from Naples you will pass Mount Vesuvius as you begin your coastal drive south to the ancient City of Pompeii, which is one of the most famous archeological sites in the world.
Ironically, one of the ancient world's worst disasters preserved time in Pompeii, your tour guide will let you experience life as it was  in 79 AD. Once a thriving empire 1,900 years ago, it was devastated by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD when 30 feet of volcanic ash and pumice stone covered the city.
As you enter a short walk takes you to the city's hub, the Forum. Surrounded by lavish temples and porticoes, your guide'll will help you to grasp the lifestyle of the inhabitants; you'll be guided into houses and shops to admire original roman fresco paintings, mosaic floors and inscriptions.You'll be walking through the streets.narrow lanes,passing by the red light district, stopping by Theaters and Baths of 2000 years ago.
Driving towards Sorrento, you will see the dolomitic cliff towering straight up out of the sea and typical villages, which have characterized its peninsula for many centuries.
The next stop is the fabled town of Sorrento. Legend tells us it was the "sirens" of Sorrento who attempted to lure Ulysses onto the rocks. This delightful town has a wonderful climate and marvelous views of Naples Bay. Take a stroll around the main square and explore the side streets. There are many souvenir shops and local specialties including articles of highly polished wood inlaid with beautiful marquetry. You'll see first-hand why its delightful climate make the village a favorite Mediterranean resort.
You will proceed along the Amalfi Coast to Positano, where a picture postcard comes to life - a patchwork of flat and domed roofs and vine-covered stairways tumbling down to meet the gentle curve of beach, which is dotted with brightly colored fishing boats. Enjoy time at leisure to explore this elegant spot with its designer boutiques, shops, and seaside cafés.
After Positano, return back to the ship.

*IMPORTANT NOTICE: It is possible to drive down into Positano village only with Minibusses ( from 8 to 25
persons ) with a special permission which must be booked and pre-paid in advance.




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Shore excursione Naples, shore excursion Salerno, shore excursion Sorrento, shore excursion Amalfi, shore excursion Capri, shore excursion Positano

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Pompeii, Positano, Amalfi Coast and Sorrento tour

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