TOUR OF 8 HOURS TRIP (FROM 8:30am until 4:30pm)
This tour is one of the best itinerary that we can provide because you will have a taste of our wonderful region visiting the ruins of Pompeii, the town of Positano on the stunning Amalfi Coast and Sorrento the pearl of the Sorrento Peninsula.
Your driver will pick you up at the Sorrento port in the morning at 8:30am and will drive you first to Pompeii. Here you will have 2 hours visiting the highlights of the this amazing Archeological site walking through the Roman Forum (the ancient downtown of Pompeii) where is located the Basilica, some beautiful temples (Giove, Apollo) and the Granai where you can admire the plaster casts.
Then we will drive you farther south through the Amalfi Coast where you will have some photos opportunities along the way, before to get to Positano where we will give you some free time to visit the centre with its beautiful boutiques, and we can also recommend you an excellent Restaurant for lunch where the mamma in the morning still makes the home made pasta, gnocchi, ravioli and scialatielli (fresh pasta) and you will join an amazing view.
After lunch we will drive you back to Sorrento with the opportunity to visit an olive oil factory along the way before to arrive in Piazza Tasso (named from the famous writer that was born here: Torquato Tasso) which represent the downtown and you can take a stroll in the Via San Cesareo and Via Fuoro (the historical centre of Sorrento famous for its shopping).
We will drive you back to the Sorrento port
We require only CASH payment in Euros at the end.
The price doesn’t include lunch, gratuities, entrance fees for Pompeii and the additional cost to arrange a licensed guide there.
The price includes taxes, parking tolls and fuel.
Entrance fees for Pompeii is 11 Euros per person but free of charge for kids under 18 and for everybody only the 1st Sunday of every month.
Please note that the order of the places included in the itinerary can be altered during the high season (especially in June, July and August) for traffic issues.