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Amalfi coast & Pompeii

Amalfi, quaint and picturesque town near the center of Amalfi from which it takes its name, is one of the nation's most famous resorts for the beauty of the landscape, the historical and artistic memories, the uniqueness of the architecture, and the mild climate, sloping down to the sea ​​on a slope at the end of the valley of the Mills. Of Roman origin, it was Byzantine in 839 and became the first Italian maritime republic, which around the Thousand reached its peak. He passed, then, under different feudal lords, until part of the Kingdom of Naples (1461). You should visit the Cathedral of St. Andrew, the most important monument of the whole coast, which dates from the ninth century and was rebuilt at the beginning of the thirteenth century in Arab-Norman style, and a second time in the eighteenth century. From the left atrium area of ​​the cathedral leads to the Cloister of Paradise, built in 1266-68, surrounded by an elegant portico with intertwined arches, held up by flimsy double columns. In Pompeii, the tour takes about two hours. It is by far the most impressive archaeological site on the peninsula and the one that stands among the first in terms of number of visitors. The expanse of ruins of a locked city in the year 79 by the eruption of Vesuvius is capable of winning over everyone who visits. The archaeological site is located in the circumvesuviana plain to the right of the Sarno River. In 62 A.D. the city was the victim of an earthquake, and as he tried to rise from the rubble, 24 August of the year 79 A.D. Vesuvius suddenly awakens and with a terrible eruption buried Pompeii under a blanket of ash and lapilli 7 meter high. At the time of the disaster, Pompeii was a city of about 15,000 inhabitants, surrounded by walls with eight ports for a perimeter of more than 3 km; It was divided into decumani from east to west and from north to south hinges. From the entrance of Porta Marina, you can visit the Antiquarium, which exhibits various materials, including casts of Pompeii in the eruption died. To these are added other important buildings: the Temple of Vespasian, Diomede Villa, the famous Villa of the Mysteries, the house of the faun, the great and small theater, the amphitheater and much more.

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3hours
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Reggia di Caserta

During this tour you will visit the magnificent Royal Palace of Caserta designed by Luigi Vanvitelli and finished in 1774. This is the biggest palace in Europe and no less splendid and luxurious than Versaille or Escorial. Inside the palace you’ll see the grand staircase with 116 steps and marble statues, the Palatine Chapel with beautifully painted vaults, apartment of the neapolitan King, as well as Court Opera theater. Behind the Palace you’ll explore an amazing regular garden in baroque style, which extends in breathtaking panorama up to the foot of a big hill. You’ll marvel at the cascade of fountains and pools, as well as the Great Falls with a dramatic sculpture group of Diana transforming Actaeon into a deer. Why go on this tour? Don’t miss the chance to feel like a Neapolitan king Bourbon in the tremendously vast and luxurious Royal Palace and don’t skip on enjoying sublime beauty of the Royal garden. On this tour you will see something very different from ancient Roman cities, villas and museums. You’ll get first-hand knowledge about the lifestyles of the highest European elite in the XVIII century. You’ll feel what the Neapolitan king felt taking a morning everyday walk in one of the four courtyards and 1200 rooms of the enormous palace, or strolling along the picturesque waterfall cascade in the garden. You don’t need to read tripadvisor to review this place for you, because this is already done by Napoleon’s son-in-law Joachim Murat, who ruled Naples for a short period of time and chose this palace as his residence. This palace is so unbelievably majestic that it was even chosen to feature as background for several scenes of “Star Wars” and “Mission Impossible” movies. The palace garden can be compared to no other. We can’t find enough words to describe its ultimate beauty, so just come and look at the cascade with your own eyes!

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Duration:
6hours
Difficulty:
Easy
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2hours
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Duration:
3.5hours
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Amalfi coast & Pompeii

Amalfi, quaint and picturesque town near the center of Amalfi from which it takes its name, is one of the nation's most famous resorts for the beauty of the landscape, the historical and artistic memories, the uniqueness of the architecture, and the mild climate, sloping down to the sea ​​on a slope at the end of the valley of the Mills. Of Roman origin, it was Byzantine in 839 and became the first Italian maritime republic, which around the Thousand reached its peak. He passed, then, under different feudal lords, until part of the Kingdom of Naples (1461). You should visit the Cathedral of St. Andrew, the most important monument of the whole coast, which dates from the ninth century and was rebuilt at the beginning of the thirteenth century in Arab-Norman style, and a second time in the eighteenth century. From the left atrium area of ​​the cathedral leads to the Cloister of Paradise, built in 1266-68, surrounded by an elegant portico with intertwined arches, held up by flimsy double columns. In Pompeii, the tour takes about two hours. It is by far the most impressive archaeological site on the peninsula and the one that stands among the first in terms of number of visitors. The expanse of ruins of a locked city in the year 79 by the eruption of Vesuvius is capable of winning over everyone who visits. The archaeological site is located in the circumvesuviana plain to the right of the Sarno River. In 62 A.D. the city was the victim of an earthquake, and as he tried to rise from the rubble, 24 August of the year 79 A.D. Vesuvius suddenly awakens and with a terrible eruption buried Pompeii under a blanket of ash and lapilli 7 meter high. At the time of the disaster, Pompeii was a city of about 15,000 inhabitants, surrounded by walls with eight ports for a perimeter of more than 3 km; It was divided into decumani from east to west and from north to south hinges. From the entrance of Porta Marina, you can visit the Antiquarium, which exhibits various materials, including casts of Pompeii in the eruption died. To these are added other important buildings: the Temple of Vespasian, Diomede Villa, the famous Villa of the Mysteries, the house of the faun, the great and small theater, the amphitheater and much more.

Duration:
1day
Available:
Mar. - Dec.
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Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
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Reggia di Caserta

During this tour you will visit the magnificent Royal Palace of Caserta designed by Luigi Vanvitelli and finished in 1774. This is the biggest palace in Europe and no less splendid and luxurious than Versaille or Escorial. Inside the palace you’ll see the grand staircase with 116 steps and marble statues, the Palatine Chapel with beautifully painted vaults, apartment of the neapolitan King, as well as Court Opera theater. Behind the Palace you’ll explore an amazing regular garden in baroque style, which extends in breathtaking panorama up to the foot of a big hill. You’ll marvel at the cascade of fountains and pools, as well as the Great Falls with a dramatic sculpture group of Diana transforming Actaeon into a deer. Why go on this tour? Don’t miss the chance to feel like a Neapolitan king Bourbon in the tremendously vast and luxurious Royal Palace and don’t skip on enjoying sublime beauty of the Royal garden. On this tour you will see something very different from ancient Roman cities, villas and museums. You’ll get first-hand knowledge about the lifestyles of the highest European elite in the XVIII century. You’ll feel what the Neapolitan king felt taking a morning everyday walk in one of the four courtyards and 1200 rooms of the enormous palace, or strolling along the picturesque waterfall cascade in the garden. You don’t need to read tripadvisor to review this place for you, because this is already done by Napoleon’s son-in-law Joachim Murat, who ruled Naples for a short period of time and chose this palace as his residence. This palace is so unbelievably majestic that it was even chosen to feature as background for several scenes of “Star Wars” and “Mission Impossible” movies. The palace garden can be compared to no other. We can’t find enough words to describe its ultimate beauty, so just come and look at the cascade with your own eyes!

Fully booked

Duration:
6hours
Difficulty:
Easy
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History

History

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Duration:
4hours
Available:
All year
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Duration:
2hours
Available:
All year
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Duration:
3.5hours
Available:
All year
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Amalfi coast & Pompeii

Amalfi, quaint and picturesque town near the center of Amalfi from which it takes its name, is one of the nation's most famous resorts for the beauty of the landscape, the historical and artistic memories, the uniqueness of the architecture, and the mild climate, sloping down to the sea ​​on a slope at the end of the valley of the Mills. Of Roman origin, it was Byzantine in 839 and became the first Italian maritime republic, which around the Thousand reached its peak. He passed, then, under different feudal lords, until part of the Kingdom of Naples (1461). You should visit the Cathedral of St. Andrew, the most important monument of the whole coast, which dates from the ninth century and was rebuilt at the beginning of the thirteenth century in Arab-Norman style, and a second time in the eighteenth century. From the left atrium area of ​​the cathedral leads to the Cloister of Paradise, built in 1266-68, surrounded by an elegant portico with intertwined arches, held up by flimsy double columns. In Pompeii, the tour takes about two hours. It is by far the most impressive archaeological site on the peninsula and the one that stands among the first in terms of number of visitors. The expanse of ruins of a locked city in the year 79 by the eruption of Vesuvius is capable of winning over everyone who visits. The archaeological site is located in the circumvesuviana plain to the right of the Sarno River. In 62 A.D. the city was the victim of an earthquake, and as he tried to rise from the rubble, 24 August of the year 79 A.D. Vesuvius suddenly awakens and with a terrible eruption buried Pompeii under a blanket of ash and lapilli 7 meter high. At the time of the disaster, Pompeii was a city of about 15,000 inhabitants, surrounded by walls with eight ports for a perimeter of more than 3 km; It was divided into decumani from east to west and from north to south hinges. From the entrance of Porta Marina, you can visit the Antiquarium, which exhibits various materials, including casts of Pompeii in the eruption died. To these are added other important buildings: the Temple of Vespasian, Diomede Villa, the famous Villa of the Mysteries, the house of the faun, the great and small theater, the amphitheater and much more.

Duration:
1day
Available:
Mar. - Dec.
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Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
See More

Reggia di Caserta

During this tour you will visit the magnificent Royal Palace of Caserta designed by Luigi Vanvitelli and finished in 1774. This is the biggest palace in Europe and no less splendid and luxurious than Versaille or Escorial. Inside the palace you’ll see the grand staircase with 116 steps and marble statues, the Palatine Chapel with beautifully painted vaults, apartment of the neapolitan King, as well as Court Opera theater. Behind the Palace you’ll explore an amazing regular garden in baroque style, which extends in breathtaking panorama up to the foot of a big hill. You’ll marvel at the cascade of fountains and pools, as well as the Great Falls with a dramatic sculpture group of Diana transforming Actaeon into a deer. Why go on this tour? Don’t miss the chance to feel like a Neapolitan king Bourbon in the tremendously vast and luxurious Royal Palace and don’t skip on enjoying sublime beauty of the Royal garden. On this tour you will see something very different from ancient Roman cities, villas and museums. You’ll get first-hand knowledge about the lifestyles of the highest European elite in the XVIII century. You’ll feel what the Neapolitan king felt taking a morning everyday walk in one of the four courtyards and 1200 rooms of the enormous palace, or strolling along the picturesque waterfall cascade in the garden. You don’t need to read tripadvisor to review this place for you, because this is already done by Napoleon’s son-in-law Joachim Murat, who ruled Naples for a short period of time and chose this palace as his residence. This palace is so unbelievably majestic that it was even chosen to feature as background for several scenes of “Star Wars” and “Mission Impossible” movies. The palace garden can be compared to no other. We can’t find enough words to describe its ultimate beauty, so just come and look at the cascade with your own eyes!

Fully booked

Duration:
6hours
Difficulty:
Easy
Sold out