- 9 hours
- Product Type
- Pompeii Archaeological Site
- Amalfi Coast
- Pompeii Archeological Site
- Sorrento (Seasonal)
- Amalfi (Seasonal)
- 9 hours with a PhD or MA-level archaeologist or expert guide
- Private car service during the duration of the tour
- Tickets to Pompeii Archaeological Park
Leaving Pompeii before noon, you will then continue your day trip by heading to the Amalfi Coast to see its picturesque villages for yourself. Boasting a rich history back to the Greek era (when the Ulysses of Homer's Odyssey was captivated by the Sirens' song), the region was a major naval power during the Middle Ages and rose to fame and fortune again in the 1960s when it became the playground of the rich and famous.
Depending on the season you are visiting, your tour may take different routes along this stretch of coastline on the Tyrrhenian Sea. A stop in Positano can’t be missed, where stunning architecture and landscapes of lemon trees or beaches await. Your expert may lead the group to Sorrento, where you may explore its cafe-lined square and sip on limoncello, or to the seafront village of Amalfi, where you will witness picturesque views and the Duomo di Amalfi.
At the end of your day, your guide will deliver you back to your Naples accommodation. You’ll leave the Amalfi Coast and Pompeii with an appreciation for the beauty of these villages and a deeper understanding of the most important archeological site in the world.
You will start and end at your Naples accommodation where you will be picked up by your private driver.
Is the cost of lunch included in the excursion?
No, you'll be responsible to cover for the cost of lunch for you and the expert. Since this day trip is packed with sites to visit you may have a quick pizza lunch on the go to avoid Amalfi traffic.
What are skip-the-line tickets?
The Amalfi Coast has become very busy over the years, resulting in excessive traffic. In order to avoid it as much as possible, different routes are taken depending on the season so this tour visits Sorrento from November 1 - March 31 and Amalfi from April 1 - October 31. Positano is visited year-round as well as Pompeii.
What if it’s raining?
Tours operate rain or shine, but in the case of inclement weather, your expert will modify the tour so more time is spent indoors. It never hurts to be prepared; we encourage keeping an eye on the weather and bringing along an umbrella, sunscreen, water, or a hat as needed.
Is this tour walking intensive, and/or wheelchair accessible?
We do cover extensive territory on this tour. With so many steep inclines and cobblestoned streets in the towns this tour isn’t recommended to wheelchair users. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding accessibility.