Positano

Positano is one of the most spectacular and well-known destinations in Italy. This pearl of the Amalfi Coast is famous for its romantic atmosphere, the sea and the finest in local fashion, clothing and footwear. The Positano sandals, for example, are tailor made directly in the shop, keeping the charm of craftsmanship handed down from generation to generation. The walking tour explores this unique village perched on a steep hill overlooking the sea.

It will be pleasant to wander among the characteristic alleys full of craft shops and restaurants, and then get down to the sea along the stairs carved into the rock.

Amalfi

The "Amalfi Drive" is one of the most spectacular in Europe and passes through some stunning scenery. Starting from Sorrento you will enjoy breathtaking scenery overlooking the sea. It reaches Amalfi, one of the four Maritime Republics and birthplace of Flavio Gioia, inventor of the "compass".
At the center of Amalfi stands the imposing IX-century cathedral, with its famous striking façade decorated with gilded XIX-century mosaics. Your journey then continues to another charming tourist destination, Ravello, with its villas "Rufolo" and "Cimbrone", famous throughout the world.

Pompeii

Pompeii is one of the most visited archaeological sites in the world, which attracts visitors mainly for the rediscovery of the ancient ruins of the Roman Empire. The city was destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius 79 AD. The excavations began only in the eighteenth century which have gradually brought to light the splendors of the past civilization, like the fabulous villas rich in frescoes or the majestic amphitheater.

Vesuvius

Vesuvius is the symbol of Naples many hikers visit every year and one of the largest active volcanoes in the world. The massive volcanic mountain, overlooking the Gulf and the city from above, can be reached to a height of 1,000 meters. The visit to the crater then continues on foot with licensed guides.

Herculaneum

Herculaneum, which according to legend was founded by Hercules, is a preserved Roman town.

Built in the period between 80 and 70 BC, it was destroyed during the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD.
Herculaneum was not buried solely by lava but with a mixture of water and lava. It solidified into soft tufa rock, thus preserving the many frescoes and objects that can be seen today. The city was discovered in 1709 and excavations have brought to light sumptuous villas, baths, theaters and even a villa belonging to the stepfather of Julius Caesar, called Villa of Piso. Much of the city is still buried and excavations continue today.

Naples

A unique special city known worldwide  worldwide for its warm and friendly people. It is one of the oldest cities in Europe, founded by the Greeks in seventh century BC, then conquered by the Romans. During the eleventh century, Naples was controlled for a period of time by the Normans, Swabians, Angevins, Aragonese, Spanish and Bourbon. This blend of cultures is most evident in the old town, a World Heritage Site, and a treasure trove of unparalleled beauty.