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Amalfi: 2.5-Hour Private Walking Tour w/ a Local Guide

1. Amalfi: 2.5-Hour Private Walking Tour w/ a Local Guide

Join this private walking tour led by a local guide to discover the beautiful little town of Amalfi with its sun filled piazzas and small beach. It is was once a maritime superpower with a population of more than 70,000. During this 2.5-hour tour, your expert guide will take you to discover the secrets and the wonders of this picturesque village that lies at the mouth of a deep ravine at the foot of Monte Cerreto (1,315 meters, 4,314 feet), surrounded by dramatic cliffs and coastal scenery.  Follow your expert guide and discover the most important spots of this town, including UNESCO World Heritage sites. You will see Saint Andrew's Cathedral (Duomo) which overlooks the Piazza Duomo, walk along Via dei Mercanti and spot the beautiful Chiostro del Paradiso. Admire the pretty Fontana (fountain) of Sant'Andrea, the Santuario (sanctuary) of Santa Maria Addolorata in Atrani, Piazza (square) Umberto I, Santa Maria Maddalena and Via dei Dogi. Just one tip: don't forget to bring your camera with you.

Amalfi & Atrani: 2-Hour Private Walking Tour

2. Amalfi & Atrani: 2-Hour Private Walking Tour

Let yourself be enchanted by a 2-hour guided tour starting from the historic center of Amalfi to Atrani experiencing the colors, the typical tastes and the millenary history of the Amalfi Coast. Amalfi was the capital of an ancient maritime republic. Its historic center is justly considered an outdoor museum and preserves, almost intact, the architectural and urban drug of its past. Towers, walls, vaulted houses, ancient churches, chapels and convents, testify, with its rich medieval mercantile houses of the aristocracy, the historical past of Amalfi.  Come to the 'so-called' piazzetta right in the center of Atrani from where you can admire a beautiful view. Start in the Flavio Gioia Square, with the statue in marble of the inventor of the compass. View the Arsenale and visit the big and graceful historic center with an overwhelmingly beautiful St. Andrew's Cathedral (or Duomo) in the Arab-Sicilian style dedicated to Saint Andrew, the apostle and a patron saint of Amalfi whose relics are kept here. Visit the Fountain of Sant'Andrea with marble sculptures of Saint Andrea and marine gods carved in the 18th century. View the narrow medieval alleys densely sorrounded by souvenir shops and limoncello. Walk up to the characteristic Atrani. Stop for a panoramic view at the cemetery of the ancient monastery of San Lorenzo. Arrive to Piazza Atrani and visit Chiesa di San Salvatore de’ Birecto. End your visit with a 5 minute walk to return on foot downtown to Amalfi.

From Naples: Amalfi Drive Private Tour

3. From Naples: Amalfi Drive Private Tour

Along the coast, there are many charming little towns, each different from the other. The picturesque, Positano will charm you with it's incredible legends and beautiful tiny streets full of clothes and souvenir shops. You also can't miss a visit to Amalfi, one of the ancient Maritime Republics, which features the famous St. Andrew Cathedral. On the road, you will find Ravello, the town of music. It has views that have enchanted thousands of visitors during the course of it's history. It is located at 350 meters above sea level in a unique panoramic position, the ideal spot for lunch. Sample some of the flavours of Neapolitan cuisine. Here, you can also visit the amazing gardens of Villa Rufolo and Villa Cimbrone. The itinerary is very flexible and customizable. But will included many stops for taking pictures, about an hour to visit each village (again, flexible) and time for lunch.

From Naples: Private Amalfi Coast Tour

4. From Naples: Private Amalfi Coast Tour

Travel to Positano by way of private car. Arrive at the summit of this picturesque little town and descend slowly toward the beach by way of small narrow streets and ancient alleyways. Pass by numerous houses in vibrant colors facing the sea and unimaginable terraces suspended over the sheer cliff face. Pass by typical ceramic and fabric shops and fragrant gardens filled with orange and lemon trees. Make your way to the church of Santa Maria dell'Assunta and let your guide introduce you to its incredible dome, covered in colored majolica. Continue along the coast to Amalfi, once a maritime republic in the Middle Ages. Learn about the unique history of a town that went through a period of prosperity in the 10th century thanks to its control of some important ports when the sea trade in the Mediterranean was booming. Visit the Duomo of St. Andrea and the Cloister of Paradise in addition to the shops selling traditional products on the seafront. Return to Naples by way of Monti Lattari, the mountain range that forms the backbone of the Sorrento Peninsula. Head to the peak reaching the peak to glimpse a truly spectacular view of the entire peninsula of Sorrento, the Amalfi coast, and the sea. From here, you will be able to fully appreciate the beauty of the landscape and the audacity of those who crossed these waters in sailboats with only the wind and their wits to help them. Snap some photos before heading back to Naples.

Amalfi: Christmas Magic Walking Tour

5. Amalfi: Christmas Magic Walking Tour

Get into the Christmas spirit on this guided walking tour in the charming town of Amalfi. Together with a professional local guide, explore the most decorated places and hear local Christmas stories and legends. Visit Duomo di Sant'Andrea, a local Christmas market, and more. Enjoy a half hour to explore the outside of Duomo di Sant'Andrea. Then, visit the local old-fashioned Christmas market to shop and taste local Christmas products for a half hour. Later, head to the center of Amalfi for an hour. Prepare to be spellbound by the charming Christmas atmosphere all around, something you can only experience in Amalfi this time of year.

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What people are saying about Amalfi Cathedral

Great guide who is very knowledgeable about Amalfi and it’s history. Learnt about many of the main historical attributes to Amalfi and it’s gorgeous architecture. A great cheeky lemon tasting (honestly, the products are better than restaurant quality and shop world wide!). Definitely worth while! Stairs optional