Naples & the Amalfi Coast

“See Naples and die” goes the famous saying that is the beauty of this city. Naples is so beautiful, in fact, that once you’ve seen it you will never look at anything the same way again. And so it is: Naples is the queen of the contrast where two souls collide and coexist at the same time, making it a unique city. Good and evil merged together in this land that offers glimpses of a scene and lifestyle like no other, and those who visit it for the first time can’t be indifferent to it.
You can’t miss the landmarks of this controversial and extraordinary city on Tour of Naples. The holiday packages to Naples visit all the most characteristic and representative places of the city.
Spaccanapoli is undoubtedly the soul of Naples and the best way to experience it with its contradictions is simply on foot. It is a road that connects the Spanish Quarter to the Forcella quarter, originally built by the Romans. Walking along this street you feel the ancient history and the modern heart of the city, churches and old buildings coexist with the scent of Neapolitan cuisine and modern craftsmen.

If Spaccanapoli is the main artery of the city, Piazza del Plebiscito is undoubtedly the heart of Naples. Historically, it was created to host medieval tournaments, Piazza del Plebiscito today welcomes the rhythm and energy of Neapolitan life, overlooked by the colonnade of the Chiesa di San Francesco di Paola and Palazzo Reale.
Naples is beautiful, as beautiful as the nearby Amalfi coast. A tour of the Amalfi Coast, allows you to discover the coastal stretch of the region overlooking the Gulf of Salerno, famous throughout the world for its wild and uncontaminated nature.

A striking landscape, unique in its genre, and enchanting places await tourists who decide to travel on our holiday package to the Amalfi Coast: Amalfi, is famous for its cathedral and its streets in the affluent centre, with shopping opportunities and its typical shops, Ravello, full of famous villas and numerous churches, Vietri sul Mare, home of master potters and home to the museum of ceramics, Positano, famous for its beautiful beaches and its gentle position in the mountains, Atrani, a small fishing village that is a real masterpiece, Cetara, known around the world for its excellent food and for the production of anchovies, and Conca dei Marini, which is home to the enchanted Grotta dello Smeraldo. This cave is an inlet of the coast that encompasses all shades of blue and blue sea to dazzle the eyes of many visitors each year who feel speechless by the beauty of this unique place in the world.

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  • A day in Naples

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    Discover the magic and history hidden in the vibrant city of Naples. This beautiful city, rich of contrasts and colours, sits in an incredible natural context crowned by Mt. Vesuvius, continental Europe’s only active volcano and its gulf with the islands of Capri and Ischia on the horizon. And what about its incredible city centre with its rich history, beautiful architecture and delicious food?

    Let our expert guide, reveal the unique history of this ancient capital city, as well as its secrets, anecdotes and surprising superstition.


  • Food Tour in the heart of Naples

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    Join us for an exciting food tour in the heart of the ancient city of Naples. This food, wine and walking tour is designed for people who want to visit the monuments and artworks of Naples with a great local guide as well as taste genuine traditional dishes and wine.

     


  • Discovering the gems of Amalfi Coast

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    The Amalfi Coast is so rich in scenic and cultural attractions!

    This tour will take you on one of the most beautiful drives that you will ever enjoy in Italy.  Led by our expert driver, hop aboard your luxury car/minivan and enjoy a day along Italy’s famed Amalfi Coast , UNESCO world heritage. Along the way you’ll visit the coastal villages of Positano, Amalfi and Ravello and stop for lunch in a local restauran with a breathtaken view!


  • Paestum

    Login to see price! Temples of Paestum Archaeological Site, Salerno, Campania, Italy

    One of Italy’s most majestic sights lies on the edge of a flat coastal plain: the remarkably well-preserved Greek temples of Paestum. The ruins stand on the site of the ancient city of Posedonia, founded by Greek colonists in the 7th  century BC. When the Romans took over the colony in 273BCand called Paestum, they enlarged the settlement, adding an amphitheatre and a forum.


  • THE MESEUM OF CAPODIMONTE

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    The Museum of Capodimonte is one of the most important Italian museums, collections made by the Farnese and Bourbon. The collection was begun by Alessandro Farnese Farnese (later Pope Paul III) and can be divided into two branches: the Roman collection (including works by Raphael, Sebastiano del Piombo, Titian, El Greek, the Carracci brothers and Botticelli) and Parmesana collection (with important works of Emilia and fiaminghe). The Farnese collection was inherited by Charles of Bourbon, and was enriched in the course of two centuries of important acquisitions Bourbon era, forming what is now known as the collection Bornone. The museum also hosts a series of paintings from Neapolitan churches, including two masterpieces by Caravaggio. In the halls of the museum can be seen paintings of the school Ligurian-Provencal, Tuscany and Verona in the fifteenth century, the Venetian and Emilian schools of XVI, XVII and XVIII; work maniersti and Flemings of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, and a rich collection of Neapolitan school from the fifteenth to the seventeenth century. The second floor houses the museum’s collection of contemporary art. On the second floor of the museum is its collection of contemporary art, representing the production of famous artists of the last decade.


  • POMPEI & ERCOLANO

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    Starting from the harbor of Naples will reach the ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum where you will discover what happened on August 24th in 79 BC, when one of the most frightening eruptions of Vesuvius buried the flourishing little time in Roman centers. The two cities in the ashes rested for more than 1700 years when a cavalry general of the Kingdom of Naples, by digging a pit in his house he found a wall of the theater. Towards the middle of the century began the excavations of Pompeii. Currently were found two-thirds of the city. Lunch at a seafood restaurant on the harbor mare.Ritorno.


  • PAESTUM: Wine & Ruins

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    Located on the southeast Gulf of Salerno, Paestum was one of the richest and most prosperous Greek colonies of southern Italy along the west coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Moving from the inland, you will find many farms with herds of buffalo. This tour will amaze you with the amazing combination of history, wine and buffalo mozzarella. Visit the Dairy Barlotti, with tasting of cheese and wine cellar of De Conciliis, and a visit to the Temples of Paestum. In addition to history and art, you will discover how it is produced buffalo mozzarella, before you enjoy it in front of spectacular landscapes drinking good wine.

     


  • CASERTA AND HIS ROYAL PALACE

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    Journey to discover the Royal Palace of Caserta. Located at the foot of the hills casertane, the fertile land of work, residence, after that of Naples, the Bourbon royal family, is a huge rectangular building, divided into four courtyards. With her statuesque groups, its large sets of fountains and waterfalls and the lawn on the highest part, the park of the Palace is the last great example of Baroque park design, today proclaimed World Heritage Site by UNESCO .


  • The Ruins of Pompeii

    Login to see price! Ruins of the antique Temple of Apollo with bronze Apollo statue in Pompeii, Naples, Italy. Pompeii was destroyed by Vesuvius eruption in 79 AD.

    Our 30 min drive from Naples will take us to Pompeii and another world. Pompeii which was buried under cinder from 79 A.D. In of the most disastrous volcanic eruptions, today provides us with first class evidence of how the way of life was in a Roman city during the time of the Roman Empire. This site is located in an extremely attractive setting and your guide, who will meet you in Pompeii will not only make this city become alive for you but she can rebuild the city before your very eyes. The Roman Forum, the Basilica, the town centre, the stores, the fast food places, the Stabian Baths with their separate men/women sections, the swimming pools, the hot and cold rooms which are in an amazingly excellent state of preservation, this is all there to be lived, enjoyed and understood, learn how life over the centuries or should we say way of life has changed very, very little What to some people may be a few old rocks and stoned is in fact one of the most beautiful cities of a past Roman Empire.


  • The Ruins of Herculaneum

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    Just a short drive from Naples Centre. Herculaneum like Pompeii was badly damaged in the Earthquake of 62. It then had to deal with the eruption in 79 falling victim of the lava with mud  however we can still enjoy this ancient city. The present state of the excavations are very different to hose in Pompeii. Herculaneum is much smaller, it is thought that it adhered more closely to the traditions inherited from the Samnite period in its customs and building practices. As we explore these ruins and the ancient city becomes alive we learn to understand that the main industries here were once agriculture and fishing, learn how we can understand that the lower classes once mingled freely with the representatives of families of ancient lineage, learn about the leisure time and entertainment that once existed here and much, much more.