Pompeii and Amalfi Coast: Full-Day Private Tour
- See how the ancient Romans lived at Pompeii
- Marvel at the coastline of southern Italy
- Take photos of the spectacular views from Positano
Our first stop of the day is Pompeii, which was at one time a thriving Roman town and is now an important archaeological site. You can walk along the town’s streets and visit houses, shops, bars and even a Roman brothel, and marvel at how well the town was preserved.
Pompeii was engulfed by ash and soot from the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 A.D. The entire town was buried, and more than 20,000 residents were killed. Today, Pompeii is an outdoor museum and one of the few sites where an ancient city was so well preserved by volcanic ash. You’ll have the unique opportunity of seeing how the residents lived 2,000 years ago.
You’ll marvel at the spectacular views along the coast. We’ll make a stop overlooking Positano and its bay for photos before continuing to Amalfi. We’ll ensure that you have plenty of time to enjoy the clear blue waters as well.
The Amalfi Coast lies in the southwestern region of Campania, and is best known for its iconic medieval fishing villages, perched atop hills overlooking the Mediterranean.
- Pompeii skip-the-line entrance
- Roundtrip transportation from Naples hotels
- Knowledgeable Italian/English/Spanish/German/French speaking driver
- Bottled water
When you get there
Pick-up and drop-off from/to your hotel in Naples if within the city's boundaries, or in Port of Naples ( outside your ship ). If you are arriving in Naples by train, your pick-up/drop-off points will be outside The Hotel Terminus, located just across the road from train station.Open in Google Maps ⟶