Get picked up at your hotel or other accommodation in central Rome at 7am for the trip to the Amalfi Coast.
Stop first in Sorrento, the gateway to the Amalfi Coast, for a 1-hour visit around 10am. One of the best-known international tourist towns, Sorrento is the hometown of the poet Torquato Tasso, who was born here in 1544. It is also known for land of mermaids, and the city of orange and lemon groves.
Continue to Positano, where you'll stop for lunch. Ask your driver for restaurant suggestions if you like. After lunch, browse in the many boutiques and craft shops in Positano. Treat yourself to a pair of made-to- fit sandals, perfect for climbing up the steps of Positano.
The final stop will be in Amalfi for about a hour. Take a stroll along the many lovely little streets full of amazing shops of all kinds. Amalfi was one of the first Italian cities to emerge from the dark ages and by the 9th century was the most important port in southern Italy. It's the oldest of the four great Maritime Republics (including Genoa, Pisa and Venice) that lasted through the 12th century. Its military and trading power brought it great fame and influenced its architecture. Besides history and beauty, the town is noted for its good beaches and bathing facilities, historic hotels, lemons, and handmade paper.
The drive back to Rome takes about 4 hours. You can expect to be back at your hotel around 8pm. The tour does not include restaurant and bar expenses, entrance fees, and gratuities.
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Children must be accompanied by an adult
Infant seats are available on request, please specify it while you are booking