Amalfi Coast Tour

Positano, Amalfi, Ravello: let the beauty of this gorgeous riviera inspire you


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What’s included

First-class tour with a private guide

Beatiful car ride along the Amalfi Coast

Fluent English Speaking guides with a background in archaeology, history and art

Photo stops at the most popular sights



Positano, Amalfi, Ravello: discover these lovely towns in the most comfortable and fascinating way

Duration: about 8 hours (including a break for lunch)

The Amalfi Coast is one of the most beautiful rivieras in the world. It’s famous for its breathtaking panoramas, for its gigantic lemons, for the deep blue sea merging with the light blue sky, and for the lovely towns that decorate the green landscape.

During your Amalfi Coast tour, we’ll see the three most important towns in the area**: Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello, and we’ll take a nice drive along this Coast. Your private driver will pick you up at your hotel, and you’ll start your tour from Positano, where you will meet your guide.

Positano is simply one of the most beautiful and picturesque places in the world: you’ll wander through the small alleys that, from the top of the hill, lead to the Mediterranean sea. You’ll see picturesque small houses painted in pastel colors, overlooking the marvelous Li Galli islands, and you’ll have an unforgettable view of the Amalfi Coast from one of the many terraces where you can stop to take pictures or enjoy a drink.

The second stop of your Amalfi Coast tour will be the most important town in the area: Amalfi. It’s a gorgeous and historical town which, during the Middle Ages, was the capital of a vast trading empire. Your guide will show you the traces of Amalfi’s greatness, and you will certainly be amazed by the façade of the Cathedral, one of the most beautiful in Italy.

At that point, it will be lunchtime. Campania, the region of the Amalfi Coast, has a huge food tradition and it’s where pizza and espresso have been invented; this area is also famous for its delicious seafood. Ask your guide for a recommendation: he will be happy to take you to a restaurant where you can add the pleasure of food to the pleasure of sightseeing

The last stop of your Amalfi Coast tour will be Ravello, a lovely town up in the Lattari mountains, whose elevation offers the most amazing views of the Amalfi Coast and the sea. Because of the unique panoramas that this town offers, Ravello has always been very popular among artists, musicians, and writers who got inspired by its overwhelming beauty. This is where D.H. Lawrence wrote Lady Chatterley’s Lover, where Wagner composed parts of the Parsifal, and where Gore Vidal lived for more than thirty years.

We are sure that the gorgeous landscapes of the Amalfi Coast will be inspirational also for you, and you will go back to your hotel enriched by this unforgettable experience.

**The order of the sights visited might vary according to the location of your hotel, or to avoid traffic.

Sights Included

Breathtaking views of the sea and the town
Picturesque small alleys and romantic settings
Beautiful Duomo and Campanile (from outside)
Seaside, Duomo area, city center
Unforgettable panoramas from the most scenic town
Lovely city center and Villas to discover!
Great food
Try pizza in the region where it was invented
Have some seafood in a a lovely restaurant (Food not included in the price)

Tour Itinerary

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900 € for to 2 people, 60 € per each additional adult. Kids under 18 pay only 30 € each.

The price includes skip-the-line tickets and pick up at your hotel in Sorrento, Amalfi Coast area, and Salerno. It also includes transportation by private car for the whole day and drop off at your hotel.

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