For more details about transfers from Naples and Campania region - please read here.
Rates - on request.
Entrance tickets - at extra charge
Supplement for night service (after 19:00) and festive days - 20%
Car at disposal - at extra charge, car category - on request
Cancellation policy: less than 48 hours - 100%
3, 4 or 8 hours
Even if you've been to many Italian cities, nothing prepares you for the exuberant, colorful, and sometimes chaotic hubbub of Naples. During the walking tour of Naples you will the Harbor, Castel Nuovo, monument of Victor-Emmanuel II. The first opera house in Europe - Teatro San Carlo, Galleria Umberto I - the shopping gallery of the late 19th century, Plebiscite Square and the Royal Palace, designed by architect Domenico Fontana. After you will have a walk on the seafront promenade of Naples, in the quarter of Santa Lucia, visit to the Norman fortress of Castel dell’Ovo, Royal Gardens of Villa Comunale and the residence of Rothschild.
Historical center, churches and catacombs of Naples
You will have the possibility to visit square and church Gesu Nuovo, Santa Chiara church, San Domenico Maggiore, Cappella Sansevero, San Gregorio Armeno church, piazza Bellini, San Pietro a Majella church, Croce di Lucca, Cappella Pontano, via dei Tribunali, Duomo, Santa Maria Maggiore, Porta Capuana.
The Catacombs of Naples make for a millenary monument to Neapolitan religiosity. Of these, the Catacombs of San Gennaro cover approximately 60,278 sq ft within tuff excavations on the Capodimonte Hill, and host around 2,000 burial recesses, along with 500 sarcophagi dug into wall niches. Other subterranean burial places include the San Severo Catacombs, originally a sort of memorial to the Bishop Severo and remaining only in the form of a small cubiculum.
National Archaeological Museum
The National Archeological Museum is one of the most ancient and important museums for the abundance and uniqueness of its heritage and for the contribution it offered the European cultural survey. Its collection includes works of the highest quality produced in Greek, Roman and Renaissance times and especially Roman artifacts from nearby Pompeii, Stabiae and Herculaneum.
National Museum Capodimonte
Set in one of the Bourbon’s four royal palaces, the Capodimonte Museum is home to an extraordinary collection of works spanning the 13th to 20th century, one of the best collections in Italy. It is one of the largest museums in Italy. Most of the first floor is home to the Farnese Collection while the second floor houses works produced in Naples from the 13th – 18th century. The third floor is home to contemporary art including Andy Warhol’s Vesuvius.
National Museum of San Martino
The National Museum of San Martino with its terrace gardens offers a wonderful view on the Gulf of Naples. Here you can see a famous collection of Neapolitan nativity scenes including the remarkable Presepe Cuciniello (Cuciniello’s crib), among the finest nativity scenes in the world. It consists of more than 150 people, animals, angels, and about 450 miniature items. In over 70 halls, it displays exhibits from different eras of Naples city history. There are paintings and sculptures from the 13th to the 19th century as well as a folk art section, a marine- and a Vesuvius section.
Capri - Pearl of the Mediterranea
Ferry from the seaport of Naples to the island - about 40 minutes. Excursion around the island - the port of Capri - Marina Grande, the magnificent Gardens of Augustus, Certosa San Giacomo, the Carhusian monastery, the winding Krupp street, Marina Piccola, the Blue Grotto, Villa San Michele, the Axel Munthe museum (Swedish doctor 1857-1949) on Anacapri. And, of course, Faraglioni rocks which became the symbol of Capri!
Extra charge for tickets on the boat - on request (on the spot).
Attention! The guide ticket is paid by clients.
The Royal Palace at Caserta and its park, inserted as one of the 50 Italian UNESCO World Heritage Sites, are treasures of truly incomparable splendor. Commissioned by Charles III of Bourbon in the 1700s, Luigi Vanvitelli planned this palace, a triumph of the Italian Baroque and one of the most famous and important works by the Neapolitan architect. The majestic main staircase, whose 116 steps were all carved from one gigantic block of stone, is a perfect combination of rich marbles and dramatic perspectives. It leads to the splendiferous 25 rooms of the royal apartments.
Everyday visitors are left enchanted by the beauty of its interiors and by the magnificence of its exterior. Highly-curated and pronounced in the details and design of its four monumental courtyards, the Palace is set amidst a beautiful park that today is the destination of thousands upon thousands of tourists.
The Amalfi Coast is a 50-kilometer stretch of coastline along the southern edge of Italy’s Sorrentine Peninsula. It’s a popular holiday destination, with sheer cliffs and a rugged shoreline dotted with small beaches and pastel-colored fishing villages. Here, mountains plunge into the sea in a nail-biting vertical scene of precipitous crags, cliff-clinging abodes and verdant woodland. The coastal road between the port city of Salerno and clifftop Sorrento winds past grand villas, terraced vineyards and cliffside lemon groves.
There's jet-set favourite Positano, a pastel-coloured cascade of chic boutiques, spritz-sipping pin-ups and sun-kissed sunbathers. Turquoise seas and postcard-perfect piazzas aside, the region is home to some of Italy's finest hotels and restaurants.
4 or 7 hours
Pompeii is a vast archaeological site near the coast of the Bay of Naples, well-preserved, it features excavated ruins that visitors can freely explore. Pompeii is one of the most significant proofs of Roman civilization and, like an open book, provides outstanding information on the art, customs, trades and everyday life of the past. The city has re-emerged from the darkness of centuries precisely as it would have been when it was unexpectedly buried in the thick layer of ash and lava which poured down from the devastating eruption of Vesuvius.
This is a walking site only.
Vesuvius and Pompeii
Mount Vesuvius, a volcano near the Bay of Naples in Italy, is hundreds of thousands of years old and has erupted more than 50 times. You will have the possibility to make your journey to the top of volcano. The Vesuvius crater presents inside a cavity over 300 metres deep, a circumference of the crateral rim about 500 metres long. Its most famous eruption took place in the year 79 A.D., when the volcano buried the ancient Roman city of Pompeii under a thick carpet of volcanic ash. Two thousand people died, and the city was abandoned for almost as many years. When a group of explorers rediscovered the site in 1748, they were surprised to find that underneath a thick layer of dust and debris Pompeii was mostly intact. The buildings, artifacts and skeletons left behind in the buried city have taught us about everyday life in the ancient world.