Enjoy a full day trip to the Amalfi coast
You are in Rome and want to visit the Amalfi Coast? Do not be intimidated by the distance, thanks to new high-speed trains reach Naples in an hour and our driver will pick you up at the platform to begin your tour!
Upon arrival at Napoli Centrale Station, I will wait for you at your arrival track showing a sign with your name.
The tour last about 8 hours and then you will be brought back to the station to Naples Central, allowing you to take the train back to Rome.
This is one of the most breathtaking excursions that exist, enjoy one day tour that takes you to a UNESCO site.
The Amalfi Coast deserves to be defined quite simply one of the most beautiful and dramatic coastlines in the world. With me, you will discover places of legendary fame and visit the most charming locations. This tour will allow you to admire the view of Positano and its pastel-coloured houses, visit Amalfi built on the cliff as to brave storms and walk among the villas and the gardens of Ravello.
- Visit Positano and stroll through its cute narrow roads full of shops.
- Stop along the twisty road of the Amalfi Coast to take breathtaking photos.
- Walk in the central square of Amalfi to admire its beautiful Cathedral, eat in one of the famous small restaurants of the seafront of Amalfi.
- Drive up the cliff and see the last town of the coast, Ravello capital of classical music in Italy, praised for over a century by writers and artists such as Richard Wagner, Federico Fellini, Roberto Rossellini.
We will spend 1hour in each village!
The drive back to Naples lasts 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: At the end of your train's platform at the central station in Naples.
End location: At the central station in Naples.
Duration: 9 hours
From Naples, a comfortable Mercedes Minivan full optional up 8 passengers.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 euro - personal expenses
I am not a licensed guide an will not able to guide you inside of the historical places like for example Pompeii, Herculaneum and museums.