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$1205 per person

Pompeii, Amalfi and Capri:
This tour starts by the famous Pompeii, one of the most significant proofs of Roman civilization, providing outstanding information on the art, customs, trades and everyday life of the past. The city has re-emerged from the darkness of centuries as it was unexpectedly buried in the thick layer of ash and lava which poured down from the devastating eruption of Vesuvius in the 79 AD.

Earning its name “Divina Costiera” meaning divine coast, the natural beauty and picturesque landscapes of the south Italian coast have made it one of the most popular destinations of the world.

Covering around 50 kilometer stretch of Italy’s western coastline. The Amalfi coast is a UNESCO listed world heritage site with sheer cliffs and a rugged shoreline dotted with small beaches and pastel-colored fishing villages, terraced with vineyards and cliffside lemon groves. From the coast you will head to Capri, set in the blue waters of Italy’s Tyrrhenian Sea in the Bay of Naples. The island is connected to the mainland all year round with ferries and hydrofoils. It takes about 30 minutes to one hour to reach Capri, so is an easy day trip from the mainland.

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Day 1
Welcome to Rome, you will depart from Rome by coach heading to southern Italy crossing the regions of Lazio and Campania. The first stop is Naples, one of the most enchanting cities in the Mediterranean, famous worldwide for its rich history, art, culture and gastronomy, where you will take a short panoramic tour from the comfort of your coach climbing up the Vomero hill. The town overlooks the bay of Naples, and the volcanic area of Phlegrean fields, offering an impressive sight perfect to take stunning pictures. Descending towards the port of Mergellina, you will reach the town of Pompeii, enjoy lunch with the real Neapolitan pizza! After lunch, you will enter into one of the most important archaeological sites in the world with skip the line entrance and guided tour, to learn how the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD destroyed the city, walk along the ancient streets for a glimpse of the old roman lives. After the visit, you will drive along the Sorrentine Coast, arriving to Amalfi. Check in at your hotel and have an overnight stay.
Day 2
Spend a leisurely day exploring the splendid Amalfi, admire the city’s main sites, plunging into the waters of the gulf of Salerno, or sipping on some of the locally-produced limoncello. Return to your hotel and rest for the night.
Day 3
After breakfast in your hotel, stroll around the beautiful coastal town of Amalfi, and around 10 am, transfer to Sorrento, where you will board on the ferry to Capri. check in at your new hotel and enjoy a night of good sleep.
Day 4
Set out early to discover the beauty of Capri at your own pace. Depending on weather and sea conditions, you could choose an optional visit on a small rowboat to the famous and mysterious Blue Grotto. Return to your hotel for your last evening in Capri.
Day 5
After breakfast at your hotel, do some sightseeing or shopping in Capri. Then, around 4/4:30 in the afternoon, board on the ferry to Naples and continue on to Rome, where the tour will come to an end (estimated arrival in Rome is 9 pm).
  • Italy- Southern Europe
Things to do and see:
  • Stop in Naples to enjoy the original Napoleon Pizza
  • Go back in history and have a chance to walk in the oldest Amphitheatre ever existed
  • Being the symbol of Amalfi Coast, you should definitely taste the mouthwatering Limoncello!
  • Many food and music festivals are held in Sorrento, find one and have an amazing experience.
  • Don’t ever miss a gorgeous sunset whether being away or near the beach
  • Hike the breathtaking Path of Gods
  • To catch the perfect view of Amalfi by visiting The Terrace of Infinity
  • It is a must to enjoy the landmarks in Capri specially the marvelous grottos
  • Admire the breathtaking views from the Tragara overlook, and tour the ancient Roman ruins of Tiberius' villas.
  • Known for its enchanting bright blue waters, you need to explore the Blue Grotto in Capri
Eating and nightlife:
  • Buy extra virgin olive oil from coastal towns
  • Don’t miss Gelato al Limone made from regional lemons
  • Have the best Caprese salad at Villa Verde in Capri
  • Enjoy lunch in Capri while having Pasta alla caprese, Bruschetta alla caprese with some Limoncello
  • Have a cocktail in Piazzetta
  • Visit the Quisisana, which the famed “Taverna Anema e Core” is located, the island's landmark pub
Moving around:
  • It is cheapest to go on foot, but also use buses and ferries
  • The region has a Mediterranean climate, with cool winters and hot summers
Dess code:
  • T-shirts
  • Shorts
  • Sundresses
  • Tennis shoes and sandals
  • Very light cardigan for the night
  • Euro is used in Italy
  • Avoid credit cards, since is it not very common to use them on the coast
  • ATMs are found easily around the city
  • Exchange currency at certified currency bureau found around the city
  • Schengen visa I required for Lebanese citizens (call us for further details)

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