Day 1 – Fly from USA or Canada
Day 2 – Arrive Naples~Private transfer to Positano
Day 3 – Positano~Full-day private Amalfi Coast excursion
Day 4 – Positano
Day 5 – Train to Rome
Day 6 – Rome~Half-day private walking tour
Day 7 – Rome~Vatican small-group tour
Day 8 – Fly to USA or Canada
$2,895 per person, double occupancy
April 1 – October 31* — 2015 and 2016
LAND ONLY (airfare NOT included)
Fly into Naples and out of Rome
* Prices are for travel which begins and ends within dates shown.
Here’s a natural combination we do a lot. Amalfi Coast & Rome Honeymoon.
Note: Amalfi Coast and Positano are among the most popular tourist destinations in Europe — book early!
You start by flying into Naples. At the Naples airport, your private transfer driver will meet you for a drive to Positano, the most popular destination on the Amalfi Coast, for three nights in a hotel with sea view and balcony. Next day, your driver will meet you again for a full-day excursion on the Amalfi Coast, including Ravello. For your second full day, you have choices. You can simply relax at Positano, or take the boat along the coast to the town of Amalfi, for views you can’t get from the road. Or you can take the boat to the Isle of Capri. Our tips will explain how we recommend spending a day at Capri.
Then it’s on to Rome, beginning with a transfer by private car to the train station at Naples. In less than 2 hours, the fast train will speed you to Rome, where you’ll be met by another private transfer, this time to your hotel in the very center of the city.
When you step out the door of your Rome hotel, you are just a few blocks from the most famous sites, including the Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps and Pantheon. Your Rome services include a 4-hour private walking tour with a licensed artistic guide who’s well versed in the history, art and architecture old Rome. We suggest that you spend your guide time in ancient Rome, in the area from the Colosseum through the forum to the Capitoline Hill. We also include a small-group tour to the Vatican, so you don’t need to stand in the big line.
So with just 6 days you get two really great Italian experiences, city and country, art and scenery, with good balance between structured activities and some free time, and with private transfers to ease your way along.
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