Porta Marina in the ruins of Pompeii
Minivan with ramp for wheelchair confined people
Wheelchair ramp in Pompeii
View of Positano from the beach
Cathedral of Amalfi
|According to the number of participants|
Air-conditioned minivan with driver at Your disposal for 8/9 hours
English-speaking guide at Your disposal for 8/9 hours
Pompeii entrance fee is included
Gratuities for the guide and the driver are not included
Itinerary Details are listed below:
TOUR SCHEDULE OF POMPEII & SORRENTO & AMALFI COAST
|Meeting with Your English-speaking guide, minivan and driver by Your hotel or cruiseship|
|Transfer to Pompeii and 2-hour tour with Your private guide|
|Transfer to Sorrento, guided visit of the town and 1 hour of free time|
|Transfer to the terrace of Positano for a photo (10 minutes)|
|Transfer to Amalfi: guided visit of the town and 1 hour of free time|
|Back to Your cruiseship/hotel|
A professional English-speaking guide, a minivan - with air conditioning - and its driver will pick You up by Your hotel or cruise. The first stop will be Pompeii for a two-hour private tour there along a "special" itinerary for disabled.
No archaeological site in Italy has the drama of Pompeii. Suddenly, in 79 A.D. its life was frozen when the ashes from Mt. Vesuvius buried this bustling town. But the same disaster created a miracle for modern-day visitors as the volcanic ash has preserved intact so far Pompeiiís buildings, streets, mosaics, and frescoes.
The secon stop will be Sorrento, perched on cliffs high above the Mediterranean sea. There, Your guide can show You the Tasso Square and the small streets in the old town and You'll have free time on Your own (1 hour).
After that, by minivan You'll drive along the Amalfi Coast, the southern part of the Sorrento Peninsula. The Amalfi Drive is considered one of the most spectacular roads in Europe and from Sorrento the winding cliff top road offers breathtaking panoramic views from every bend. But after a first stretch of the drive, all along this enchanting road that seems to be suspended in air, Positano is reached. Short-Stop (10 minutes) to admire that beautiful village from a panoramic terrace. Then, You continue for Amalfi , now a thriving holiday resort, but once it was a powerful and prosperous Maritime Republic, and homeland of Flavio Gioia, the inventor of the compass. The beautiful cathedral, with its richly decorated facade, stands at the top of steps leading up from the main square, and houses the remains of the patron saint of Amalfi, Saint Andrew. There, You can have free time on Your own (1 hour). So, You'll drive back to Your cruise/hotel.
ON REQUEST, IT IS POSSIBLE TO PROVIDE A WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE MINIVAN (EXTRA CHARGE).