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Small-Group Tour: Amalfi Coast and Pompeii Day Trip from Rome

Small-Group Tour: Amalfi Coast and Pompeii Day Trip from Rome
Day Trips & Excursions > Day Trips > Day Trips
$174.12
Duration: 12 hours
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Spend a day discovering Pompeii and Amalfi on a Small Group max 12 people from Rome. In an intimate group of just 6 people per minivan, you’ll travel south to the UNESCO-listed ruins of ancient Pompeii. Walk through the remnants of the city, frozen in time by a volcanic eruption, and then head to the Amalfi Coast. Lunch in Positano, sip limoncello in Amalfi, and return to Rome in the early evening.

Spend a day discovering Pompeii and Amalfi on a small group max 12 people from Rome. In an intimate group of just 6 people per minivan, you’ll travel south to the UNESCO-listed ruins of ancient Pompeii.
Enjoy a short stop for breakfast on the freeway, and then continue to the main archaeological site. On arrival, you’ll learn about the 79AD eruption of Mt. Vesuvius, which took the city by surprise. 

Hear how the Pompeii lay buried, yet preserved, for centuries in volcanic lava and ash, as you explore with an official site guide. Sights include the Macellum food market, the thermal baths, dining areas, and the homes of the city’s wealthiest citizens. 

Leave Pompeii for the Amalfi Coast, where you’ll arrive in time for lunch (own expense). Make the most of free time in Positano to eat, shop, and soak up the sights. Then, journey along the spectacular coastline to Amalfi, a town famous for its production of ceramics. Finish with a tasting of the local tipple - limoncello - and relax on your journey back to Rome. Your day ends with a hotel drop-off.

Spend a day discovering Pompeii and Amalfi on a Small Group max 12 people from Rome. In an intimate group of just 6 people per minivan, you’ll travel south to the UNESCO-listed ruins of ancient Pompeii. Walk through the remnants of the city, frozen in time by a volcanic eruption, and then head to the Amalfi Coast. Lunch in Positano, sip limoncello in Amalfi, and return to Rome in the early evening.