Amalfi Coast Tour

    Amalfi coast

Amalfi coast

I highly recommend the Amalfi Coast Tour by private limo! The excursion begins with a chauffeur-guide picking you up from Rome International Airport. He will then take you to Tivoli, where you will see Villa d’Este, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, built in the 16th century, featuring jets and fountains decorating terraces. Marvel the over-2600-years-old paintings at Tarquinia, another World Heritage Site and the home of the Etruscan civilization.

The trip includes a visit to Naples, the capital of southern Italy, which has a wealth of cultural, historic and artistic heritage. Catch a boat to the beautiful island of Capri, a hill town with narrow streets and passageways, and listen to stories about the local culture. Indulge in local food, churches and museums along the Amalfi Coast in a gorge along Mount Cerreto. Visit Sorrento and enjoy the beautiful gardens, natural attractions, pleasant climate and great history.

The guide will show you Revello, which has history dating back to the sixth century BC and has the best preserved temples of Neptune and Ceres. Walk in the Castelcivita caves, prehistoric dwellings more than 40,000 years old, at Paestum. Take a history lesson at the ruins of Herculaneum, which was destroyed by the volcanic eruption of 79 AD that also destroyed Pompeii. Climb to the top of Mount Vesuvius for a final glimpse of the Bay of Naples before heading home. All that by the famous guides of A La Carte Italy Tours, who will also show you around Rome, Venice, Milan, Florence and all other major Italian landmarks.

For instance, see attractions including the Pantheon, Coliseum, Vatican museums and the Statue of David in the Rome-Venice Tour. Enjoy sights of Palazzo Venezia on Piazza Venizia that hosts art galleries, pottery and sculptures from the Renaissance era. Explore the Coliseum, which was built in 70 AD and could seat 80,000 people. Learn about gladiator games and other shows held during the Roman civilization. The guide will show you other attractions including Fori Imperiali, the Arch of Constantine built in 315 AD, the Palatine Hill where Lupercal is located, Bocca della Verita, and the Capitol Square with the museums. Walk along St. Peter’s Square in the Vatican, and see the museums and the Sistine Chapel. Learn about the history associated with the holiest site in the world. Take a water taxi to discover Venice along the Grand Canal. Take a leisurely stroll and admire Rialto Bridge, a stone bridge built in 1591, with shops on both sides. Explore local art and architecture at Santa Maria dei Frari Church and Palazzo Querini Stampalia. Complete the tour with a gondola ride with music and songs.

The Sicily Tour is an excursion of Palermo, Syracuse and Catania. Fly to Palermo, the capital of Sicily, which was founded in 700 BC. Start by visiting Piazza Bellini that has historical churches dating back to 1143, and see baroque style curved houses in Quattro Canti. Explore the unique architecture and cultural history of Monreale town. Visit Segesta, the capital of Elymians, from the Iron Age. See the Valley of the Temples, ruins of Doric temples from the fifth century BC, in Agrigento.

The guide will show you the Cathedral of St. George in Ragusa, with history that can be traced back two thousand years BC. Spend the day in Syracuse exploring the Archaeological Park of Neapolis, the Greek Theatre, the Roman Amphitheatre and the Piazza del Duomo. Explore the historic Piazza del Duomo and Acireale in Catania, where people have roots dating back to 729 BC.

Climb Mount Etna to see the active volcano, and explore the rich history of Taormina. Enjoy leisurely walks at Villa Comunale Gardens established over 100 years ago. See the exquisite mosaic pavements at the Villa of Casale, with the best well preserved Roman mosaics. You’ll realize why Sicily has been featured in books and movies as you indulge in reminiscence about the trip on the flight back home.

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