Tour from your Hotel of Private Transfer from Naples ( Train Station/Airport ) to Sorrento/ Positano/ Amalfi/ Ravello with a stop of 2 hrs in Pompeii
Departing from: Naples Area, Amalfi Coast Area
Private Transfer from Naples ( Train Station/Airport ) to Sorrento/ Positano/ Amalfi / Ravello with a stop of 2 hrs in Pompeii
The transfer will begin after you meet your private driver who will be easily recognizable due to the sign on which will be written your name and our agency logo at Naples Train Station or Naples Airport. After a brief presentation your private driver will accompany you at the luxurious vehicle where and will offer you every comfort you need.
Not only that, but the driver will help you with your luggage, and will accommodate all of your requests. Please communicate the type of vehicle you need to be comfortable (from 1 to 8 seats or from 9 to 19 people) , the number of people and the number of luggages for each person. For the planes/trains we check the schedule to guarantee the service even if the plane/train is late.
Before to take you to your final destination , you can visit the old city of Pompeii. If your staying in the area for a limited time , you can choose to combine your transfer with a short visit (2 hrs) in one of most historical place of the area.
The volcano is responsible for one of the most famous historical events in Italy, the tragic eruption that hit the old city of Pompeii as well, and this city is our next stop. The old city of Pompeii is located at the base of the Vesuvius and was flourish during the Period of the Roman Empire. After the eruptions of the Volcano in 79 B.C. the city has been destroyed and covered by ashes and lapillus. The Archeological dig started in 1748 and in three centuries only 3/5 part of the city has been discovered. Now the city has declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO and 3.750.000 tourists each year come to visit it. Pompeii before the eruption was known as a vacation community for high society. It had a forum, amphitheater, gymnasium, shops and an aqueduct that delivered water for irrigation, fountains and private baths. Some of the ruins are remarkably preserved with elaborately detailed mosaics and colorful frescoes decorating the interiors of wealthy homeowners' villas.
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