Mild climate, wonderful location, freindly people always keen to hospitality: these ingredients made the Land of the Sirens one of the most chosen holiday destination all over the world.
Some of the most featured tours:· Amalfi coast · Capri· Pompeii and Herculaneum · Naples · Mount Vesuvius· Salerno/Paestum · Royal Palace of Caserta · Roma
Our staff will organize these tours to in a skilled way to maximize your time!
The beauty of the Amalfi Coast can not be described through pictures or words, but you should experience it first-hand.
A serpentine coastline with breathtaking views, that you may better enjoy relying on our skilled drivers, who will accompany you to discover Positano, Amalfi and Ravello.
You will have time to stop along the coast for photos, a chat with the locals, and tasting of typical products such as the famous limoncello
and lemon "granita
Each village has its own characteristics, and you may explore them on your own, or with the help of our professional tour guides.
Picturesque houses in pastel colors, narrow streets with boutiques, art galleries, elegant hotels, restaurants and cafes add a touch of cosmopolitan air to this small village, thus making it one of the most fascinating of the Amalfi Coast.
The ancient Maritime Republic was able to enchant visitors already during IXsec., and today it offers a mix of artistic and cultural elements that testify to its glorious past.
It is worth a visit to the baroque Cathedral, which conceals much a more ancient medieval style.
The charm of Amalfi lies in the maze of narrow streets, that will lead into the heart of the village thus reaching the Valley of the Mills, very well known since the Middle Ages for the production of the paper.
Even today you can see the ruins of these buildings, and one of the oldest paper mill houses the Museum of the paper.
During the centuries the enchanting beauty of Ravello has been source of inspiration for many artists including Boccaccio, DH Lawrence, Richard Wagner, Henrik Ibsen, Leopold Stokowski and Greta Garbo.
They were all captured by the charme of this village with its narrow alleys, peculiar architectures in Arab-Sicilian style, lush gardens.
Take your time to visit Villa Rufolo and/or Villa Cimbrone, they are a good example of English garden in a Mediterranean environment, and moreover you will enjoy some of the most charming views of the Amalfi Coast.
Buried by the terrible eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD, Pompeii has been recognized protected site by UNESCO, and it hosts millions of visitors each year.
Thanks to its strategic position, Pompeii attracted became a Roman colony, and a thriving commercial center, but only until 79 AD, when the eruption of Vesuvius caused its burial under many layers of ash, pumice stones and lapilli.
From 1748 the archaeological site will be gradually brought to light, and currently it comprise a protected area of about 44 hectares, with many religious, public, and commercial buildings, theaters, amphitheater, and it is a great opportunity to step into the past and experience the grandeur of the Roman Empire.
The eruption of 79 A.D. struck not only Pompeii, but also other towns that disappear under layers of pyroclastic material, among them Oplontis, Stabia, Boscoreale, and Herculaneum.
Herculaneum was chosen by aristocratic Roman citizens to build their holiday houses.
Currently the site accessible to the public is very limited in size compared to Pompeii, but the quality of decorations, the discovery of statues, furniture, and other items in wood, make it a very important place to understand elements of the Roman civilization.
The Royal Palace of Caserta
Charles III of Bourbon, probably to emulate the glories of the French court at Versailles, built a sumptuous residence, whose works will be directed from 1751 by Luigi Vanvitelli.
The royal palace with its 1200 elegant rooms hosted important personalities, artists, writers including Johann Wolfgang Goethe.
Besides the palace, the most striking visual effect was reached in the park, with its fountains, waterfalls and sculptures.
Founded in the 8th century B.C as a Greek colony, Naples became the center of the philosophical and literary culture.
Its glorious past can not be summarized in a few words, and visiting Naples in one day is impossible, in fact, just think that the historical center, the largest in Europe, since 1995 is listed by UNESCO as World Heritage Site.
Centuries of history are intertwined in the streets of Naples, and you can combine history, art, culture, folklore, completing all with a great gastronomic tour inclusive of: coffee, baba, pastiera, pizza, and more!!!