Naples to Amalfi & Ravello
An Enchanting Visit to the Amalfi Coast
DURATION: UP TO 7-HOURS
Private full-day excursion with a knowledgeable English-speaking driver from Naples to Amalfi and Ravello for independent sightseeing.
Set in a wide cleft in the cliffs, Amalfi is the largest town and perhaps the highlight of the coast. It has been an established seaside resort since Edwardian times, when the British upper class found the town a pleasant spot to spend their winters. Actually, Amalfi's credentials go back much further. It was an independent republic during Byzantine times and the city's traders established outposts all over the Mediterranean, setting up the Order of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem. Amalfi was finally vanquished by the Normans in 1131, and devastated by an earthquake in 1343, but there is still the odd remnant of Amalfi's past glories around today. The town has a crumbly attractiveness to its whitewashed courtyards and alleys that makes it fun to wander through.
Located on a promontory 350 meters above sea level, Ravello is a small, incomparably, beautiful village which has attracted many people over the centuries. The first one to be astonished by such beauty was the writer Giovanni Boccaccio who quotes it in his Decameron. Since, then many international celebrities have been enchanted by this place. In addition to the cathedral of St. Pantaleone, the Roman churches and wonderful landscapes, Ravello is worth a visit for its two pearls, the Villa Rufolo and the Villa Cimbrone.
Pick-up/Drop-off: Our driver will pick you up from your Naples Hotel, or from the Naples Port. At the conclusion of the excursion you will be dropped back off at your hotel in Naples.
Includes: Private knowledgeable English-speaking driver for 7-hours.
Excludes: Driver Gratuity, Extra Hours, Extra Kilometers.
- The driver, while knowledgeable, is not a licensed guide, and may not leave the vehicle to guide on foot.