Get out of the hustle and bustle of Rome and allow yourself a vacation within a vacation. Visit the scenic Amalfi Coast with this Day Trip and enjoy every bit of it.
If it seems complicated or far away, or too much to-do in one day, just relax and we will take care of everything else.
You will have a dedicated driver who will take you on an unforgettable journey around the Amalfi coastal towns such as Positano, Ravello, Sorrento and of course Amalfi.
Smell the aroma of Sorrento lemons, have lunch in a typical trattoria in the Amalfi Coast, and consume all of the scenic views that you may have only seen on pictures and TV. The Amalfi Coast is much closer to you than you think.
With this tour option you will have a transfer from your accommodation (only from centrally located hotels and apartments) to Roma Termini station. We will book high-speed train tickets for you from Rome to Naples which will take around one hour. Your driver will wait for you at Naples central station and your discovery of Amalfi coast will begin.
Your local guide will reveal all the peculiarities of these marvelous, enchanting locations.
In the late afternoon you will leave the Amalfi Coast and reach Naples where you will return to Rome on a high-speed train.
A delicious lunch with typical local food and limoncello will be served for you in one of the most characteristic trattorias of the Amalfi Coast.
Historically, Sorrento was founded by Greeks and later became a very vivid and dynamic Roman settlement. Subsequently, the city has developed into a very active political centre. Today, Sorrento is an enchanting and romantic town over the Mediterranean sea and it will leave you breathless with its panorama and culinary delicacies.
The famous Roman Positano villas and mythological tales about sirens are just a couple of most famous peculiarities of this famous town of the Amalfi Coast. Since 1700 this town has been one of the major maritime and trade intersections. Today Positano is the one of the main destinations for tourists from all over the world for its peculiar architecture and natural beauty.
Amalfi is on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. Initially, founded by Romans, Amalfi has been a very active community. Together with Genova, Pisa and Venezia, this small town has actively struggled for domination over the Mediterranean sea. Besides its beauty and geographical position, Amalfi is very well known also for the production of refined, elegant paper.