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Steve Abman
Steve Abman
Emmanuel ADDO-YOBO
Emmanuel ADDO-YOBO
Savvas Andronikou
Savvas Andronikou
Eugenio Baraldi
Eugenio Baraldi
Danielle Belgrave
Danielle Belgrave
Klaus Bonnelykke
Klaus Bonnelykke
Andrew Bush
Andrew Bush
Carlo Castellani
Carlo Castellani
Andrew Colin
Andrew Colin
Adnan Custovic
Adnan Custovic
Renato Cutrera
Renato Cutrera
Pierre Goussard
Pierre Goussard
Robert P. Guillerman
Robert P. Guillerman
Eitan Kerem
Eitan Kerem
Indu Khosla
Indu Khosla
Jane Kirkby
Jane Kirkby
Keith Klugman
Keith Klugman
Amir Kugelman
Amir Kugelman
Enrico Lombardi
Enrico Lombardi
Sooky Lum
Sooky Lum
Fernando Martinez
Fernando Martinez
Giovanni Morana
Giovanni Morana
Liam O'Mahony
Liam O'Mahony
Giorgio Piacentini
Giorgio Piacentini
Giovanni Piedimonte
Giovanni Piedimonte
Christian Poets
Christian Poets
Petr Pohunek
Petr Pohunek
Jean-Paul Praud
Jean-Paul Praud
Giovanni Rossi
Giovanni Rossi
Bruce Rubin
Bruce Rubin
Sejal Saglani
Sejal Saglani
Francesca Santamaria
Francesca Santamaria
Isabelle Sermet-Gaudelus
Isabelle Sermet-Gaudelus
Florian Singer
Florian Singer
Peter Sly
Peter Sly
Manuel Soto-Martínez
Manuel Soto-Martínez
Renato Stein
Renato Stein
Alexander Tuazon
Alexander Tuazon
Mariapia Vila
Mariapia Vila
Tsu Fuh Yeh
Tsu Fuh Yeh
Heather Zar
Heather Zar

Sightseeing tours


Complete Tour of Capri (full day)

The Island of Capri is one of the most picturesque and visited locations in Campania. Its unique beauties were celebrated in ancient times and later published for the world in Homer's works: Odysseus (known in Latin as Ulysses) sailing past the island, narrowly escaped the fate of those who hear the voices of the Sirens. Thus the island has a mythical charm, as well as its natural treasures, through the writings and legends of Ancient Greece. Its breath-taking landscapes and beauty stretch from the rocky caves around the island to the edge of the horizon, and has been an inspiration to poets, lovers and travellers throughout the centuries.

Geologically speaking, the island is Karst, underlain with limestone which has been eroded by dissolution over the years forming fantastical ridges towers and sinkholes in the rock. This process over time separated Capri from the mainland.

The island of Capri is composed of two municipalities: Capri and Anacapri, each with their own administration and touch of regional rivalry. The latter is built on a high plateau, affording staggering views of sheer cliffs from dizzying vantage points.

  •   8.00 am        departure from Naples harbor;
  •   8.45 am        arrival in Capri
  •   9.00 am        visit of “Grotta Azzurra” by boat
  • 10.30 am        visit to the “Villa S. Michele”
  •   1.00 pm        lunch in a typical restaurant
  •   3.30 pm        tour of Capri by bus
  •   6.00 pm        visit to the “Piazzetta” Capri’s most glamour place
  •   7.00 pm        return to Naples.         

Cost per person: € 125  p.p. (lunch, ticket to the Villa S. Michele, English guide, bus, ticket for funicolare are included)
Min. attendees: 10    


Complete Tour of Ischia (full day)

Inaugurated on 4 November 1737, on the occasion of king Charles of Bourbon’s name-day, and built by the architects Giovanni Antonio Medrano and Angelo Carasale, the project included a 28 m long and 22m wide room with 18 stages set on six levels and a Royal stage, for a total of 1379 seats. In 1767, the architect Ferdinando Fuga enriched the interior decorations and adds big mirrors to the stage, so to create showy light effects inside the room. Around 1810, Antonio Niccolini intervened on the façade, creating a Neoclassic body of the building in front of the theatre, through a portico with an ashlar adorned with 5 bas-reliefs, dominated by a travertine balustrade and 14 white marble columns to support the triangular gable. The theatre, destroyed by a fire in 1816, was re-built by Niccolini, who keeps the original Medrano horseshoe plant. Niccolini enriched the interiors by decorating the stages parapets with golden friezes and silver bas-reliefs. The ceiling’s curtain is a work by Giuseppe Cammarano. The main stage curtain, portraying Parnassus, was made by Giuseppe Mancinelli in 1854. The theatre has recently had important restoration works: a new foyer has been built under the room, which has been equipped with a modern and efficient air-conditioning system.

  • 7.35 am       departure from Naples harbor; 
  • 8.30 am      arrival in Ischia 
  • 9.00 am      visit of Ischia Ponte (The most ancient place in Ischia); 
  • 10.00 am     visit to the Aragonese Castle 
  • 1.00 pm       lunch in a typical restaurant
  • 3.30 pm       stop in Sant’ Angelo, guided tour of fisherman’s village
  • 5.30 pm       on the way back stop to some  local Ischia 
  • 7.00 pm       return to Naples.      

- Cost per person: €96 p.p. (lunch, ticket to the Castle, English guide, bus, wine taste are included)  
Min. attendees: 10   


Discovering Naples (full day)

Naples, a city of art, takes the form of an amphitheatre on the sea with Vesuvius, the coastal mountains and the islands of Capri, Ischia and Procida, and Capo Miseno as its landmarks. Situated at the centre of the Mediterranean, the main town of the Campania Region and "capital" of Italy's Mezzogiorno, Naples extends over an area of 117.27 square km and has a population of about 1,020,120 inhabitants. Its history is well-known. The territory was first colonized in 900 BC, almost 3000 years ago, when "Anatolian and Achaean merchants and travellers arrived in the gulf on their way to the ore trading centres of the High Tyrrhene" and founded Partenope in the area which includes the isle of Megaride (the present-day Castel dell'Ovo) and the Monte Echia Promontory (the present-day Monte di Dio and Pizzofalcone). Later, after the wars, Partenope was abandoned and took the name of "Palepolis" (old city). 
In 475 AD the inhabitants of Cuma founded Neapolis (new city) to the east of the original city. Neapolis was built according to a plan called "Ippomadeo", or "per strigas", a network of streets placed at right angles which are still visible in the city of today.

  • 9.00 am Departure for Excursion to the historical centre of Naples including: Naples Underground, Scavi di San Lorenzo Maggiore and San Severo, Monastero S. Chiara
  • 1.00 pm     Lunch in a typical restaurant
  • 2.30 pm     Guided visit to Santa Chiara
  • 4.00 pm     Guided visit to the Palazzo Reale and Piazza Plebiscito
  • 5.30 pm     Walking in Via Roma for shopping
  • 7.00 pm  Return to the hotels       

Cost per person: 60,00 p.p. (lunch, tickets, English guide, bus, are included)
Min.  attendees: 10  


Pompeii and Amalfi Coast (full day)

A wonderful place where dreams come true, amazing landscapes that will take your breaths away and so many other beauties, that's the Amalfi Coast.
Promontories, fiords, caves, these are only few of the superb characteristics of the well-known Divina (Divine, like a Goddess). But beyond the landscapes, the sea, there is more: the mystic sensation of a complete esthetical fulfilment in front of this "terra al di là del mare, dove s'incontrano l'onde con le montagne" (place beyond the sea where waves merge into the mountains - by H.W. Longfellow).

If there is a place where creativity, intelligence and quality are jointed surely it's the Amalfi Coast. Indeed this little strip of Salerno province represents the peak of many peculiarities that coexist in sweet harmony in an almost supernatural symbiosis where art, culture, natural beauties and civilization are related.

That's the triumph of biodiversity: in fact in this fantastic location you could find so many typical products, as for istance, focusing on the natural point of view, we have the famous Sfusato Amalfitano: a specific type of lemon that you can find only in Amalfi Coast and that has a unique flavour. Another unbelievable charactestic of this spectacular zone is undoubtedly the craft especially the renowned Ceramic of Vietri sul Mare.

  •   8.00 am        Departure from Naples 
  •   9.00 am        Visit to the famous local place as well as the basilica of Pompeii
  • 12.30 am        Lunch
  •   2.00 pm        Departure to Amalfi Cost (Vietri, Amalfi, Positano, Sorrento)
  •   7.00 pm        Return to the hotels

- Cost per person: €85 p.p. (lunch, ticket to enter to Pompeii, English guide, bus, are included)
- Min.  attendees:  10         

 

 


Visit to “Capodimonte Museum “ (half day)

It stretches over a hundred hectares and it is the widest green area of the entire city of Naples. The green lung of a chaotic metropolis like this. Designed by the architect Ferdinando Sanfelice in 1734, the Parco di Capodimonte was considered the hunting preserve of Charles of Bourbon. Five main alleys divide into various cross-roads and spur roads that lead to the different areas contained in this enormous green stretch: the Museo di Capodimonte, the Casino dei Principi, Palazzo Palazziotti, the stables and the church of San Gennaro. The current aspect is the fruit of the work by the botanist Dehnardt, around the middle of the XIX century, which changed the gardens according to the trend of the time, giving it a ‘Romantic’ English style. Dehnardt enriched the park with new arboreous species of exotic charm, bearing witness to the faraway lands and cultures that easily adapted and proliferated also in our territories. Elms, oaks, lime trees, chestnut trees, cypress trees and pine trees. The precious and century-old trees planted by Dehnardt resist, still today, to the continuous flow of the time. 

The tour can be organized in the morning or in the afternoon (3 hours).  

- Cost per person: €35 p.p. (English guide and bus are included)
- Min. attendees: 5          


Visit to “Mozzarella’s factories” (half day)

The tour can be organized in the morning or in the afternoon (3h30 hours). 

- Cost per person: €35 p.p. (English guide and bus are included)
Min. attendees: 5   


Visit to “Palazzo Reale and S. Carlo Theatre” (half day)

Inaugurated on 4 November 1737, on the occasion of king Charles of Bourbon’s name-day, and built by the architects Giovanni Antonio Medrano and Angelo Carasale, the project included a 28 m long and 22m wide room with 18 stages set on six levels and a Royal stage, for a total of 1379 seats. In 1767, the architect Ferdinando Fuga enriched the interior decorations and adds big mirrors to the stage, so to create showy light effects inside the room. Around 1810, Antonio Niccolini intervened on the façade, creating a Neoclassic body of the building in front of the theatre, through a portico with an ashlar adorned with 5 bas-reliefs, dominated by a travertine balustrade and 14 white marble columns to support the triangular gable. The theatre, destroyed by a fire in 1816, was re-built by Niccolini, who keeps the original Medrano horseshoe plant. Niccolini enriched the interiors by decorating the stages parapets with golden friezes and silver bas-reliefs. The ceiling’s curtain is a work by Giuseppe Cammarano. The main stage curtain, portraying Parnassus, was made by Giuseppe Mancinelli in 1854. The theatre has recently had important restoration works: a new foyer has been built under the room, which has been equipped with a modern and efficient air-conditioning system.

The tour can be organized in the morning or in the afternoon (3 hours).        

Cost per person: €35 p.p. (English guide and bus are included)
Min. attendees: 5    


Visit to “Vesuvio” (half day)

The only active volcano on the European mainland it last erupted in 1944. It is undoubtedly the most famous, most observed, most dangerous, volcano in the world and the first to be scientifically studied. In 1841 the Observatory Vesuviano was inaugurated on its slopes, the first volcanological observatory in the world. The volcano is 1281 m. high and its characteristic profile is one with the gulf and the city of Naples.
The volcano is a typical double conical volcano with two concentric cones of different sizes and ages but with a common base. The interior cone formed more recently was given the name Vesuvius and the name Monte Somma was used to indicated the other crater and probably comes from the nearby town of the same name.  The most used road to the crater, is the one that start near Torre del Greco, exit on the highway Napoli-Salerno. The road is 13 km. long and ends at an altitude of 1071 m., from there the crater can be reached on foot using a path that is 1200 m. long that takes you to the summit of the volcano.

The tour can be organized in the morning or in the afternoon (4 hours). 

Cost per person: €43 p.p. (English guide and bus are included)
Min. attendees: 5   

Visit to “Vesuvio” (half day)