Private Day Trip From Rome inc Transportation: Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast
An incredible day-tour along the Amalfi Coast, with stop-offs in Positano, Sorrento, and Amalfi.
- Your own private car for the day – no need to worry about getting back to Rome.
- Go where you want to go and spend as much time in each place as you want.
- Expert fluent-English speaking local guide to show you the very best of the Amalfi Coast.
- Plenty of variety: from food, markets, churches, ice creams to villas and magical alleyways.
- Visit Sorrento and Amalfi with stop offs in between.
- Adapt your itinerary on the day to suit your needs and interests.
Fall under the spell of the enchanting Amalfi coast, one of the most beautiful coasts in the world on this full-day private tour. Over the course of the day, you will visit some of the most idyllic and historical towns in Italy with your expert guide. Sample the beauty of places that were once frequented by the likes of John Steinbeck and Picasso – from stunning Sorrento to Positano, and the smaller towns of Amalfi and Ravello.
Commence your experience from your hotel in Rome, before travelling three hours to Sorrento. Perched above the sea with its picturesque bays, the town of Sorrento has been a popular magnet for visitors since Roman Times. Experience amazing views of the Isle of Capri from this fairytale town. Spend as much or as little time here as you wish – from wandering around markets and exploring churches, to simply perching in little squares and watching life go by.
Next stop off in Positano. Stroll through the narrow alleys of what is the coast's most picturesque and photogenic town- with its postcard beaches, ancient fishing port, and artisan shops, you'll be sure to enjoy a taste of the "Dolce Vita" here. You might want to relax and even have a paddle in the clear blue sea, or climb up the hillside to get a better view of the bay – the choice is yours.
Your final stop will be to Amalfi, a town which enjoyed a prestigious past when it was once a major naval power. Made up of a labyrinth of narrow lanes and alleyways that climb the surrounding hills, the town features typical Mediterranean style architecture with houses piled one on top of the other. Here you can sample the local Limoncello drink or perhaps visit the celebrated "Paradise Cloister" built in Arabian style that dates back to the thirteenth century.