TOURS & EXCURSIONS

What to see around Naples? Naples is one of the most beautiful cities in Italy, and a corollary of extraordinary attractions revolve around it. Not only, therefore monuments and places of interest not to be missed in the city limits, but also pearls of exceptional beauty within walking distance. Here are the best excursions: the most interesting things to see around the Neapolitan capital.

Just a few minutes by ferry or hydrofoil to find yourself in a piece of poetry.
Capri, Ischia and Procida are really lovely little islands, ideal for boat trips or dream weekends.
In Capri you can arrive from Naples or Sorrento, in about 45 minutes by hydrofoil. Once at the port of Marina Grande you can decide to take part in the organized tours or take a solo walk among the beauties of the islet.
Do not miss the caves of Capri: Grotta del Corallo, Grotta Bianca, Grotta Verde, and of course the famous Blue Grotto.

Ischia is the ideal place for those seeking maximum relaxation between beaches and spas. It is the largest in the Gulf of Naples, and can be reached from Naples or Pozzuoli. In addition to the beaches, even here you can not miss a boat trip to visit the caves but also a walk up to the Aragonese Castle.
If you are a spa lover, here you will find several springs where you can spend your time in absolute relaxation.

Finally Procida is the wildest and also the smallest. Also connected from Naples or Pozzuoli, it is a real fishing village, with a medieval center known as "Terra Murata", accessible only through a panoramic road overlooking the sea. In Procida it is possible to visit an island in the island: in fact Vivara is a small island connected through a small bridge, today a natural park that can be visited by appointment, but originally a hunting reserve of Charles III.

How to get there :
Capri and Ischia can be reached in about 1 hour by ferry from Naples, the cost is € 50.00 round trip and includes, ferry and lunch to choose from 5 restaurants.
Procida in half an hour by ferry from Naples, the cost is € 50.00 round trip and includes, ferry and lunch choice between 5 restaurants.

Departure from Massa Harbor

Red city tour bus N. 23 € 8.15 in front of Hotel Naples in corso Umberto I °

14 places of unparalleled beauty, a few kilometers from Naples, on a scenic road that the whole world envies us: the Amalfi coast, from Positano to Vietri, passing through Amalfi, Positano, the Emerald Grotto. Along the way there are villages with houses clinging to the rock and overlooking the sea, full of colors and surrounded by the sea.

The Path of the Gods, from Agerola to Positano, is about 10 km long, and will give you decidedly breathtaking views, winding between the Amalfi Coast and the Sorrento Coast, all along the Lattari Mountains.
The Sorrento coast stretches from Castellammare di Stabia to Punta Campanella. Sorrento, the pride of this route but of the whole Campania, is a maze of narrow streets full of artisan shops. And do we want to talk about food? Limoncelli, desserts, a true concentrate of sun and Campania.

How to get there :
Tour for Amalfi and Positano , departure in front of the Hotel Naples in corso Umberto I °, the cost is € 70.00 , lunch included.

Or:
Amalfi is connected to Naples by SITA buses (around 2 hours). By car A3 motorway, exit Vietri sul Mare, then coastal road SS163. For Sorrento, Circumvesuviana from Naples (about € 3.50), by car A3 motorway towards Penisola Sorrentina, take the Castellammare di Stabia exit, then take the state road to Sorrento.

An unmissable stop for those visiting Naples, Pompeii and Herculaneum are the two cities buried by the eruption of 79 AD, crystallizing the houses, streets, even people in an almost surreal way. The area of ​​the excavations is in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Discovered in the eighteenth century almost by accident by a prince who carried out excavations in his villa in Portici, today only a small part of the ancient urban area has been brought to light.

How to get there :
Pompeii departure at 8.15, Corso Umberto I ° difronte Hotel Naples, transfers + lunch + guide + entry € 65.00 , the guide is in English and Spanish, for the guide in French, Russian or German the cost is optional, to be requested on site.

Pompeii + visit to the Parco del Vesuvio € 85.00 with bus and lunch included in the price + € 15.00 Pompeii entrance + € 10.00 entrance to the park of Vesuvius.

Ercolano departure at 8.15, Corso Umberto I ° difronte Hotel Naples, transfers + lunch + guide + entry € 65.00 , the guide is in English and Spanish, for the guide in French, Russian or German the cost is optional, to be requested on site.

Or:
Circumvesuviana Naples-Sorrento, cost € 3.60 for a 30-40 minute journey. Get off at the Pompei Scavi - Villa dei Misteri stop (250 meters away from the Porta Marina entrance). By car, about 27 km, reachable in 23 minutes by the A3 Naples-Salerno motorway (exit Pompei).

Vesuvius is the symbol of Campania together with Naples and the Amalfi Coast. A natural park with nine paths, 54 km, 1,200 meters of altitude, excursions of all kinds, craters, observatories, and a truly unique flora and fauna.
The most requested excursion is the one that reaches the "Gran Cono", the extinct crater, a route suitable for everyone.
A slightly more demanding excursion is the one through the "Valle dell'Inferno", a path that unfolds mostly on a background of solidified lava through a pine forest.
In general, if you plan to visit the park, do not spend less than 4 hours. More yes.
Excursions start from 1,000 meters high at the upper square, where you can buy tickets (€ 10.00). On the summit is the Vesuvian Observatory, the oldest volcanological observatory in the world.

How to get there :
Pompeii + visit to the Parco del Vesuvio € 85.00 with bus and lunch included in the price + € 15.00 Pompeii entrance + € 10.00 entrance to the park of Vesuvius.

Or:
by car Highway A3, exit Torre Del Greco and then follow the signs to the parking lot. The cost of parking is € 5.00 for the whole day, from there a shuttle bus (€ 2.00) to the ticket office. By public transport, bus to Pompeii and then tramway to the ticket office square (tram cost € 10.00 for children and € 15.00 for adults).