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Are you on a cruise ship, stopping in Naples or Sorrento? You can visit everything you wish in the area! Book now our shore excursions to visit the ruins of Pompeii, the Amalfi Coast or the island of Capri! You will be picked up comfortably at the Port and will be back there at the end of the day!
Take the best from your stay in Naples or Sorrento: explore the main attractions of the area in one day. With our day trips you can visit the Amalfi Coast, Capri island or Pompeii departing comfortably from Naples or Sorrento!
Naples, the capital of the Campania region, is the largest and the most visited among the cities of Southern Italy. It is a beautiful city with thousand faces to be discovered: rich of myths and legends, culture and traditions, a place of great touristic interest, quoted in books, songs and movies.
The historic centre of Naples preserves historical and artistic treasures of such importance that has been declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Walking through the picturesque streets of the centre you can cross twenty centuries of history, admiring monuments of different styles and periods: the ruins of the Greek and Roman colonies, visitable in the Museums and in the archaeological areas such as San Lorenzo Maggiore; the Cathedral, which houses the famous Chapel of San Gennaro (the saint patron of the city), and the Castel dell’Ovo; the Royal Palace, which dominates the Piazza del Plebiscito, and various other monuments and attractions such as the Monastery of Santa Chiara and the Castel Nuovo, also called "Maschio Angioino".
Naples is a city that surprises the visitors with its artistic and historic jewels, and with its breathtaking views of the Gulf of Naples. World-famous for its culinary traditions, Naples boasts a myriad of gastronomic specialties: first of all the pizza… But let’s not forget the pastiera, the sfogliatella (shell-shaped pastries filled with cream), the babbà and, last but least, the mozzarella.
Naples is also a great starting point for exciting surroundings excursions: from here, in fact, you can easily reach the ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum, the ancient Roman cities destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius over two thousand years ago. Or, you can visit the enchanting island of Capri, the famous Royal Palace of Caserta and, moreover, the picturesque towns of the Amalfi Coast: Positano, Ravello and Amalfi.
|2-hour Private Walking Tour around Pompeii archaeological site||Discover one of the marvels of ancient world, the amazing historical site of Pompeii. Join us for a fascinating 2-hour private tour of Pompeii, where you get to see the best preserved parts of the city and learn about life in the Roman Age!|
|Full Day Tour to Pompeii and the Vesuvius for small groups from Sorrento||Depart from Sorrento for an extraordinary tour: visit Pompeii and the Mount Vesuvius, the volcano that destroyed the ancient Roman town with the eruption of 79 AD. It is an exciting small group excursionnot to be missed, sick into both history and uncontaminated nature!|
|Full day Tour to Pompeii and Herculaneum, departing from Sorrento||Do not miss this extraordinary excursion departing from Sorrento: in one day you will visit two of the most important archaeological sites in the world: Pompeii and Herculaneum, two ancient Roman cities that suffered the same tragic fate, destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD.|
|Full day Tour to Pompeii and Herculaneum, departing from Naples with lunch included||With this exciting excursion departing from Naples, you can explore in a single epic day two of the most important archaeological sites in the world: both the ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum, both ancient Roman towns completely destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD.|
|Full Day Small group Tour to Pompeii and to the Mount Vesuvius, departing from Naples||Leave from Naples for an exciting excursion: in one day you can visit both Pompeii with its ruins and the Vesuvius, the volcano that submerged the ancient Roman city with the disastrous eruption of 79 AD.|