Private Pompeii (skip the line), wine and ceramics on Amalfi coast
79 AD volcanic ashes destroyed but also preserved a whole ancient Roman town: Pompeii. Through my story telling you will be able to really see and feel how people lived, ate, made business and entertained in Pompeii - I will make you discover the real way of living in the 1st century AD. An amazing experience, back in history!
After the ruins, is the turn of palate! On the Amalfi coast there's a place, hidden in a corner of peace on terraces, cultivated with lemon grove and vineyard. A gorgeous landscape is the setting for all this. After a visit to cellar and vineyard, a wine tasting will be waiting for you. It will be on a marvelous terrace, matching with a typical, refined Italian lunch, and the owner to talk to. An experience you won't forget!
Driving back to Salerno, a last pleasant stop will be in Vietri sul Mare, which is the city of the ceramic tradition. A typical Italian South coast village, with wonderful painted ceramics in and outside the shops.
8, 30 am pick up at cruise ship port/hotel by guide and driver
Drive to Pompeii and visit at the ruins
11, 30 depart to Amalfi coast
12, 15 we reach the farm. Visit at the lemon grove, cellar and vineyard
1, 30 pm lunch and wine tasting
3 pm visit of Vietri sul Mare - the ceramic city of the Amalfi coast
4, 30 pm back to Salerno (cruise ship port/hotel)
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection
Duration: 7 hours 30 min.
Mercedes/Volkswagen van for up to 7 persons
Estimated Local Cash Needed
60 Euros - Pompeii entrance fee (15 Euro per person).
I can arrange tours for bigger or smaller groups/families as well. Just enquire!
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Apres un tour de Naples avec Simona, nous avons passé une nouvelle journée à Pompei ... les petites anecdotes que vous ne lirez pas dans les livres, elle les connait ;-) ! Nous n'oublierons pas l'origine des vespasiennes !!