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Positano, Amalfi and Ravello Sharing Tour from Sorrento

1. Positano, Amalfi and Ravello Sharing Tour from Sorrento

PROGRAM: Pick-up in hotel by Mercedes van and enjoy the Amalfi Coast drive which is arguably the world's most beautiful and thrilling sightseeing road. Your English-speaking driver, along the journey, will give you general information including how to spend your free time for each of the 3 stops programmed: Positano is a true paradise, developed vertically within a tangled overlay of streets, alleys and shops that expose the colorful Positano fashions well-known all around the world. In the town center is the Parish Church of Santa Maria Assunta that shows up with its large dome, tiled in majolica and sheltering some precious works like polychrome marble altars. It’s nice to get lost in Positano… To fully embrace the beauty of the town it’s probably better to walk without a precise destination; You will be able to enjoy the streets, the little shops, the restaurants, the monuments, the churches, the beaches. Amalfi, a picturesque interlacing of alleys and stairways overlooks the sea with all its extraordinary colors reflecting the enchanting landscape of Amalfi, the town whose name blesses the entire coast. Dominated by the majestic Cathedral dedicated to Sant'Andrea (St. Andrew), Amalfi proffers innumerable testimonies of its glorious past as a Maritime Republic. Ravello, another pearl of the coast, an elegant and refined village, dipped in green and characterized by luxurious villas. Ravello is famous all around the world for its Festival, in the garden of Villa Rufolo, where an evocative setting and the emotion of listening to great music create an experience of extraordinary intensity. The heart of Ravello is represented by Piazza Vescovado, framed by the architecture of Palazzo Rufolo and the Cathedral with its magnificent portal (the first ever made with this innovative mould technique) and 10-feet-high bell tower. Return in hotel at about 4:30 pm.

Amalfi Coast: Path of the Gods Private Walking Tour

2. Amalfi Coast: Path of the Gods Private Walking Tour

Discover the Path of the Gods following its only original route from Agerola to Positano. You will hike approximately 4.5 miles (7km) on the mountain trail through the Mediterranean scrub and oak woods of the Amalfi Coast. Walk between the sky and sea along one of the most popular trails in all of Italy and the jewel of the Amalfi Coast and take stunning photos of the Amalfi landscape and its beautiful coastline. After about 2-hours walking you will arrive in the small hamlet of Nocelle, a very cute village overlooking Positano bay; here the tour ends and you can decide to rest or have lunch in a local trattoria. Your guide will be glad to help you in making a reservation and lead you to the restaurant. If you would like you can also follow your guide along scenic stairs down to Positano's center. If you want to enrich your day even more by letting yourself be pampered during this private tour, you can choose an additional option when booking your tour to have a private transfer service for you and a great lunch in a local "trattoria" right at the end of Path of the Gods.

Ravello: 2-Hour Private Walking Tour

3. Ravello: 2-Hour Private Walking Tour

Ravello is one of the most enchanting places of the Amalfi Coast and the dream destination of intellectuals, artists and musicians of the 19th century. It is here that Wagner composed the second act of the Parsifal. The medieval town is set 365 meters above the Tyrrhenian Sea. You'll visit the beautiful villas located in the town such as Villa Rufolo, where every year the international Ravello Festival takes place and Villa Cimbrone, which is famous for its scenic belvedere named the Terrace of Infinity. it is here that in 1938 Greta Garbo and the composer Leopold Stokowski spent wonderful days of love. The Nobel prize winner for literature Andre Gide has said, "Ravello is closer to the sky than it is far from the shore." In Ravello, you can enjoy the most enchanting views of the Amalfi Coast, as you are on a suspended terrace between the cobalt blue Tyrrhenian Sea and the Lattari Mountains. You’ll visit the Cathedral of Saint Pantaleone and, through the splendid access tower, you’ll enter into Villa Rufolo, a wonderful medieval site adorned with enchanting gardens.

Amalfi: 3-Hour Valle delle Ferriere Nature Reserve Walk

4. Amalfi: 3-Hour Valle delle Ferriere Nature Reserve Walk

Embark on a spectacular walk in one of southern Italy’s most stunning Nature Reserves — the Valle delle Ferriere. Meet your guide at the Central Duomo Square of Amalfi and head in the direction of the Amalfi Valley. Wander along the valley’s river and take in breathtaking views over Amalfi. Then, climb up a flight of stairs, and with the entrance ticket included, you can enter the Valle delle Ferriere Nature Reserve. After crossing the mainstream, the path gradually descends through the forest towards the little medieval village of Pontone, dominating the valley of Amalfi from the east. From here, a beautiful medieval mule track curves down to Amalfi, amidst lemon groves and ancient ruins of old paper mills, with views over the valley. The tour starts and ends in Central Amalfi. After exploring the enchanting hamlets with your guide, enjoy some free time eating delicious ice cream or visiting other places. Your guide will be happy to give you recommendations on places to visit.

Amalfi Coast: Pompeii & Vesuvius Trip with Tickets and Lunch

5. Amalfi Coast: Pompeii & Vesuvius Trip with Tickets and Lunch

Discover the wonders of the archaeological site of Pompeii and the famous Mount Vesuvius on this trip from the Amalfi Coast. Take advantage of an all-inclusive trip including round-trip transportation, skip-the-line entry tickets, a guided tour, and lunch with a wine tasting. Head to Pompeii first and find out what life was like before the catastrophic eruption of Vesuvius in 79 A.D. Observe important buildings and structures such as the basilica, the forum, the thermal baths, the bakery, residential houses, and more. Drive up to Mt. Vesuvius to explore one of the most famous volcanoes in the world while enjoying the breathtaking view of the Gulf of Naples. Start from 1000 m above sea level, then continue walking along the Gran Cono path leading to the crater. Afterward, visit an authentic winery and vineyard for lunch and a wine tasting before getting driven back to your accommodation.

Positano: Private Walking Tour

6. Positano: Private Walking Tour

Discover the beautiful, little beach town in Italy. Wander the winding roads of Positano and explore the beach path that hugs the mountainside. Together with your guide, visit the most charming places in the village. Appreciate the exquisite artistry of the local artisans and their ceramics. Take a stroll along the beach. Listen to anecdotes, stories, and be surprised how many are hidden in the streets, buildings, and corners of Positano.

Positano: Old Town Walking Tour with Archaeologist Guide

7. Positano: Old Town Walking Tour with Archaeologist Guide

Explore Old Town and Downtown Positano with a guide on this walking tour. Visit an underground Roman villa, explore the fine shops and beach of Downtown Positano, and explore Old Town Positano and see its historical sights. Meet with a guide on the upper side of the village, leave the tourists and the hustlers behind for a well-deserved break, and follow the local guide along the hidden paths and staircases of the old town, pass by a 13th-century fort from the medieval age, and take some time to enjoy the lesser-known Fornillo Beach. Travel to Downtown Positano and explore its fine shops and restaurants before moving down to the main beach, Spiaggia Maggiore. Start the uphill walk to a street with a variety of ceramic shops, sandal makers, and shoemakers, along with galleries featuring the work of local artists. Approach the Church of Santa Maria Assunta, originally the abbey of Positano’s 10th-century Benedictine monastery, and visit the interior of the amazing Roman Villa, recently discovered and open to the public with its wonderful fresco paintings. After that, across the lane, Hotel Palazzo Murat fills what was once a grand Benedictine monastery. End the tour at La Zagara restaurant, and taste delicacies such as lemon delice, tiramisu, or rum baba.

Amalfi Coast: Walking Tour and Cooking Class with Tasting

8. Amalfi Coast: Walking Tour and Cooking Class with Tasting

Discover the Amalfi Coast from a different perspective, its farmers and food tradition. Collect fresh local ingredients. In kitchen, we will prepare the meal in a cooking class learning how to set up traditional and innovative recipes using the best of food production of the region. Prepare the entire lunch making several starters, colorful salads, fresh pasta, pesto or other sauces and desserts. Tasting the prepared three courses learning how to pair it with local wine and beer and homemade liquors.

Sorrento: Sant'Antonino Church & Marina Grande Walking Tour

9. Sorrento: Sant'Antonino Church & Marina Grande Walking Tour

Discover the beauty and history of Sorrento on a group walking tour. Stroll through the old fishing village of Marina Grande and admire the Neapolitan Riviera from breathtaking viewpoints with your local guide. Meet your guide amid the vibrantly colored buildings and Baroque architecture in Tasso Square. View the Romanesque façade of the Sant'Antonino Church where the remains are kept of the city's patron saint, Sant'Antonino. Continue to the San Francesco Cloister for breathtaking views of the Gulf of Naples. Take in views of the greenery that has crept up over the ruins of the Valley of the Mills. Get a sense of what local life is like as you stroll around the old fishing village of Marina Grande. Make your through narrow winding alleys full of cafes, boutiques, and local craftsmen selling inlaid woodworks and Sorrento-style sandals. Return to your meeting point in Tasso Square.

Ravello: Christmas Magic Walking Tour

10. Ravello: Christmas Magic Walking Tour

Get into the holiday spirit on this guided walking tour in the charming town of Ravello, Italy. Together with a professional local guide, visit the most decorated places and hear local Christmas stories and legends. Witness the magic of Ravello during this special time of year. Spot a festive Christmas tree that looks straight out of a fairytale, discover must-taste local Christmas products, and more. Prepare to be spellbound by the charming Christmas atmosphere all around, something you can only experience in Ravello this time of year.

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What people are saying about Amalfi Coast

Very pleasant day accompanied by a guide, Sophia, generous with comments, attentive to her group and enthusiastic. Great to be able to visit the three cities in the same day. Personally, I would have preferred spending more time in Positano than in Amalfi! I recommend this excursion without hesitation!