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Amalfi & Atrani: 2-Hour Private Walking Tour

1. 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.

Naples: Spaccanapoli, Veiled Christ, & Sansevero Chapel Tour

2. Naples: Spaccanapoli, Veiled Christ, & Sansevero Chapel Tour

Discover all the stories and curiosities of Neapolitan tradition and folklore on a guided walk through the old center of Naples along historic streets and squares, including Spaccanapoi, Piazza del Gesù Nuovo, and Via San Gregorio Armeno. Enjoy skip-the-line entry to the Sansevero Chapel. The tour starts in Piazza del Gesù Nuovo, one of the most famous squares in the city’s historic center. See the Gesù Nuovo Baroque church full of history and legends, then look to the middle of the square to admire the towering obelisk dedicated to the Immacolata Concezione. Along Via San Biagio, best known as Spaccanapoli, you’ll be guided to discover the most fascinating and relevant sites like the Chiesa di Santa Chiara and the square of San Domenico Maggiore. Next on the itinerary is the Cappella Sansevero (Sansevero Chapel) that hosts the statue of the Veiled Christ, one of the most admired sculptures in the world. Enter inside to see works of Rococo art by leading Italian artists of the 18th century and the anatomical machines. Back on Via San Biagio dei Librai, stop in Piazzetta Nilo where the Statue of the Nile God sits. Nearby, reach Via San Gregorio Armeno, a historic street with artisan shops, particularly known for the production of presepe (static nativity scenes). See the usual nativity characters along with figures representing famous personalities from cinema, TV, soccer, and politics. The tour continues to Piazza San Gaetano before heading to the final stop of the trip, the Napoli Dome. The Napoli Dome was dedicated to San Gennaro and Santa Maria Assunta and features Neapolitan Gothic and Baroque art. The main attraction of the interior is the Royal Chapel of the Treasure of San Gennaro. The church also houses a vial of the blood of San Gennaro, which is brought out three times a year, when the dried blood usually liquefies. According to legend, if the blood fails to liquefy, a disaster will befall Naples.

From Sorrento: Private Tour of the Amalfi Coast

3. From Sorrento: Private Tour of the Amalfi Coast

Enjoy a private Amalfi coastal tour for a day and see the sights. Receive hotel pickup and travel to seven different locations from Positano, the diamond of the coast, to the spiritual mecca of Ravello. Customize your tour and experience a truly unique and exclusive ride. Head out from Sorrento along the Amalfi drive, famous for its twists, turns and stunning views of the Mediterranean sea. Arrive in the heart of Positano and stroll the narrow streets. Visit the church of Santa Maria Assunta and see the black Madonna. Continue to the town of Amalfi and pass through fishing villages such as Conca Dei Marini where The Emerald Grotto is found. Take an optional boat ride to the dazzling emerald cave full of stalactites, stalagmites, and a submersed nativity scene. Arrive in Amalfi and read the famous plaque by Renato Fucini. Take in the dramatic sights of the town, surrounded by steep cliffs and coastal scenery. Walk the Square Pizza Duomo and find the cathedral of St. Andrew or sit and enjoy some gelato. Find yourself in the magical and ancient medieval town of Ravello. Discover the magical landscapes, learn the unique town's history, view astonishing monuments, and get to know the real reason it has been called the Country of Spirit.

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