Positano - Sorrento - Pompeii
This private tour is the best choice to visit enchanting Amalfi and Sorrento coasts and the ancient Pompeii.
Will take you to discover the beautiful and colorful town of Positano “vertical city” with it’s he suggestive scenarios and the stunning attractions.
Vehicle, Driver, Parking Positano,Sorrento,Pompeii, Toll and petrol.
Extra Services (On Request)
Guide for Half Day: 120 € (2 hours). Guide for Full Day: 250 €.
Entrance ticket for Pompeii (Ticket for Pompeii costs € 15). Children under 18 will not pay the entrance in Pompeii (Identity document needed). Lunch, meals & drinks.
Positano is a magic place, that is called the gem of the divine coast, where you can walk among the the small narrow streets with stairs, that bring you to the beaches, full of shops of the famous Positano fashion, where you can enjoy a good Made in Italy shopping.
Sorrento is one of the obligatory steps of the Italian and international tourism for its natural beauty, scenery, culinary and artistic. In Sorrento you can walking through the streets of Sorrento, which still retain the old charm of the past thanks to the parks and fragrant gardens of villas and hotels and the lush orange groves and olive trees, you can shop you all the typical products of the Sorrentine gastronomic tradition, the Sorrento lemon IGP from which it produces the famous limoncello, and even the provolone del Monaco. You can enjoy the beauty of fischermen village and picturesque Marina Grande, the Cloisters of San Francisco, one of the most romantic and magical places to visit in Sorrento.
In Pompeii, the tour takes about two hours. It is by far the most impressive archaeological site on the peninsula and the one that stands among the first in terms of number of visitors. The expanse of ruins of a locked city in the year 79 by the eruption of Vesuvius is capable of winning over everyone who visits.
From the entrance of Porta Marina, you can visit the Antiquarium, which exhibits various materials, including casts of Pompeii in the eruption died. To these are added other important buildings: the Temple of Vespasian, Diomede Villa, the famous Villa of the Mysteries, the house of the faun, the great and small theater, the amphitheater and much more.