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3-Day Italy Trip: Naples, Pompeii and Amalfi

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$444.33

Spend three days exploring Naples, Pompeii and Amalfi. You'll visit several UNESCO World Heritage Sites and discover the rich history of Italy. Departing Rome, you'll travel through the Campania region where high-end hotels meet historical sites. This is also the capital of Italian comfort food, home to pizza, spaghetti and mozzarella cheese.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking, unless booked within 7 days of travel. In this case confirmation will be received within 48 hours, subject to availability
- Not wheelchair accessible
- One piece of check-in luggage per person is permitted on this tour and is transported by travelers. No porterage included
- The tour involves a mix of excursions, transfers and other services, so you may be required to swap between different vehicles
- When booking for 3 people a triple room is assigned
- Not recommended for travelers with back problems
- Not recommended for pregnant travelers
- No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
- Starting from November 2019 accommodation for the 4* star will be at hotel Miralamalfi
- Most travelers can participate
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 50 travelers

Description:

Itinerary

Day 1: Rome-Naples-Pompeii-Amalfi

Stop At: Pompeii Archaeological Park, Porta Marina (via Villa dei Misteri), 80045 Pompeii Italy
Your 3-day tour from Rome starts with a visit to Naples, a city of castles and historical landmarks that was first settled by the ancient Greeks, who named it Neapolis (new city). The city center is a World Heritage site. Next, explore another UNESCO site, Pompeii, a once-forgotten city covered in ash from a volcanic eruption in 79 AD that was accidentally discovered about 1,700 years later. You’ll then continue your tour along coastal roads to the seaside village of Amalfi, known for its colorful terraces that sit on dramatic cliffs. During your free time, wander the public plazas, enjoying the many cafes and shops, where red coral jewelry is a popular gift to take home. Two nights of accommodation in Amalfi at your choice of a 3-star, 4-star hotel (select when booking) and some meals are included; you’ll have free time for other meals.
Duration: 8 hours

Meals included:
• Lunch
Accommodation included: Accommodation depending on the hotel category is at the hotel Fontana 3* or La Bussola 4* or Lidomare 3*

Day 2: Amalfi

Stop At: Duomo di Sant'Andrea, Piazza Duomo, 84011, Amalfi Italy
Amalfi is a city in a striking natural environment under the steep cliffs on the south-west coast of Italy. Between the ninth and eleventh centuries, it was the seat of a powerful maritime republic. In the heart of the city, the Cathedral of Sant'Andrea, of the Arab-Norman era, is characterized by a striped Byzantine facade.
Duration: 4 hours

Meals included:
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Accommodation depending on the hotel category is at the hotel Fontana 3* or La Bussola 4* or Lidomare 3*

Day 3: Amalfi-Rome

Stop At: Duomo di Sant'Andrea, Piazza Duomo, 84011, Amalfi Italy
Amalfi is a city in a striking natural environment under the steep cliffs on the south-west coast of Italy. Between the ninth and eleventh centuries, it was the seat of a powerful maritime republic. In the heart of the city, the Cathedral of Sant'Andrea, of the Arab-Norman era, is characterized by a striped Byzantine facade.
Duration: 30 minutes

Meals included:
• Breakfast
No accommodation included on this day.

Departure:

Departure point:

Traveler pickup is offered
Hotel pick-up available only from centrally located hotels. Not service available for B&B, Guesthouse and apartments. Please call 24 hours in advance to reconfirm your pick-up time.

Departure time:

7:30 AM

Duration:

3 days

Inclusions:

Exclusions:

Terms and Conditions:

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.


Reviews:

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Lorena G

From the coordination, communication, to the private vehicle driver, and the location of the hotel...this trip was an A+++! The agencies contracted, I love Rome and Carrani Tours, were so great to us and we had an excellent time. The guided tour of Pompeii and trip to Amalfi Coast with this company is a must if you're in Rome

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michellerapacon

From the pick up to our Rome hotel to the bus going to Naples, service was excellent. Mercedez Benz private transfer round trip from Pompeii to Amalfi Coast, the Hotel was fabulous!!! oceanfront view with a terrace, food was excellent, fine dining every night. The response to my inquiry via email during the tour was awesome, on time and on point. Thank Viator, I will definitely book with you again.

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Mary N

This was an amazing trip. It was well worth the cost. Viator took care of all of our travel, the hotel was fantastic, everything went really well. I highly recommend this trip!

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Kelly A

This tour was Amazing!! We loved Pompeii our tour guide was so informative and helpful. I have a slight disability and he was very good at making sure I too got the most out of the tour so appreciated! Hotel in Amalfi was perfect across the street from the ocean, Food and staff were wonderful!

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Jose Chavez

Nice and relaxing time good service and hotel

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Inna G

Carrani Tours / I Love Rome needs to significantly improve its communication with their clients. I expected a 3 day group tour however ended up only spending half of the first day with a group to drive by Naples we did not leave the bus for this portion of the tour and visit Pompei. At Pompei a private chauffeur showed up and whisked me to Amalfi by myself. The tour company did not inform me this would be happening and I spent the 1.5 hour drive panicking and trying to get through to Carrani Tours to no avail. Once in Amalfi the staff at Hotel La Bussola finally explained that I would be staying with them for 2 days and will then be collected and brought back to Pompei where I will rejoin the bus and go back to Rome. Amalfi was stunning, the hotel booked by Carrani Tours was gorgeous and my balcony looked out over the entire coast. I ended up loving the tour but proper communication could've saved me a lot of anxiety.

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Kris.riordan

Partly my fault, but I hadn't realised everything happened on Day 1 then nothing. The tour by bus with one quick photo stop in Naples was barely worth a mention. The lunch on Day 1 was horrible. Pompeii was interesting and very crowded. The trip to Amalfi by myself with a non-English speaking driver was a little scary as he couldn't tell me where we were going and I had no itinerary. The 3-star hotel in Amalfi is well situated and the food's pretty good. I guess I'd expected others on the tour and something happening on Days 2 and 3. Amalfi is a very beautiful town.

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Patricia N

The tour turned out to be only for Pompeii and Naples. The driver advised that we were separating from the group and took us to Amalfi hotel. No other information was provided. This caused serious anxiety on how we would get back to Rome. I had to call tour company next day. No group touring of Amalfi offered.

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dianeboydgalagher

The natural beauty is amazing but Carrani Tours made it disappointing. I never received information about my hotel name or where it was located nor the timing. I was just dropped off at the steps of a hotel. No written info or description by the company.
Although the tour of Pompeii, lunch, and hotel was marvelous, the guide on our bus was hard to understand and not helpful. The non speaking driver that rushed a few of us off to the hotel in Amalfi made it impossible to communicate so I was without my bag for 2 days. The Carrani bus company did not help until the hotel clerk insisted and even then the driver did not come until the second day and was 45 minutes late. I was given no information on the schedule so I spent 7 hours in the hotel lobby waiting. This meant I missed the transportation that would have taken me back to Rome sooner. Also, no one told me that food was included so I spent money for meals. The hotel said they have no customer service with that bus company, they just drop people off. It is not right to say it is a tour when actually the only tour is the great guide in Pompeii.

IT-1035631595 through Viator departed Thursday, Sept 14-

I would encourage people to book a hotel in the coastal area and find their own transportation because there is no advantage to this tour. It is not a tour.

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Julie S

On August 31 of 2016, my friend and I left Rome for a three day tour, which included Naples, Pompeii, and the Amalfi coast. From the very start, we were met with difficulties.

First, we were instructed to meet our driver at a hotel near our accommodations at 6:30 am. We arrived at 6:20 am and found him in the lobby, very irritated that we weren't already there. He tossed our luggage into the back of the van and pealed out with us and two men. As we careened through the twists and turns of Rome, we all buckled our seat belts out of necessity or we may have been thrown from our seats. Then we picked up two additional tourists and headed at breakneck speed to the Carrani tour hub. Our driver didn't tell us where to go or what to do, but we found our bus and embarked only to wait about 45 minutes to an hour to depart. I don't understand the haste and discourtesy of our first driver when we had to wait on the bus for so long to leave.

Finally we left Rome and arrived in Naples. We expected some sort of tour, but all we did was get off the bus for a photo of the bay and we were hustled back on to the bus to a hotel/restaurant where we were served tasteless and barely warm food. We were constantly reminded to tip the waitstaff at least one euro. I thought for the cost of the tour this was unnecessary and condescending.

The tour of Pompeii was fine.

After Pompeii, we separated from the main group and were driven to the Amalfi coast. We had upgraded to a 4 star hotel, and found our accommodations to be lacking. Our refrigerator didn't work the entire time we were there. We asked about it at least three times and were assured it would be fixed it was not. The room was very hot the air conditioner couldn't keep up with the heat outside. The food for dinner at the hotel was not 4 star quality at all.

Before we left the states for our Italy trip, we had booked train tickets from Naples to Milan for the afternoon of our last day on the Amalfi Coast. When we arrived at our hotel in Amalfi, we asked the staff to call Carrani and arrange for an earlier departure, from 3 to 12. They assured us that it was all taken care of. Then the morning of our departure, we discovered that the hotel staff had merely booked us a taxi, costing us each 50 Euro on top of the cost of our trip. We had paid for the transfer from the hotel to Rome, and we simply needed to leave earlier to catch our train in Naples.

The Amalfi coast was beautiful and Pompeii was an interesting visit, but I would not recommend this tour to anyone because of the expense and the low quality service, accommodations, and food.


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3-Day Italy Trip: Naples, Pompeii and Amalfi
Overview:

Spend three days exploring Naples, Pompeii and Amalfi. You'll visit several UNESCO World Heritage Sites and discover the rich history of Italy. Departing Rome, you'll travel through the Campania region where high-end hotels meet historical sites. This is also the capital of Italian comfort food, home to pizza, spaghetti and mozzarella cheese.

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$444.33

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