Sorrento: 2-Hour Walking Tour
- Skip the line
- Duration: 2 hours
Meet your professional driver in the center of Sorrento, then board a van and drive to the hills of Aregola, a small village overlooking the Amalfi Coast. Upon arrival, get welcomed by your hiking guide and receive a short briefing about the hike. Have time for a drink and comfort break, then begin the tour's most active and scenic part by walking toward the natural path in the rocky mountains of the coast. After about an hour of walking — during which the guide will give in-depth explanations about the nature, landscape, and world surrounding the Path of the Gods — arrive at the panoramic viewpoint.
There, enjoy some time to take spectacular photos of Positano from above before continuing along a high variant stretch of the normal path to the starting point. Meet your driver again in Aregola and then return to Sorrento in the van.
Take part on an amazing sightseeing tour that is both fascinating and extremely educational at the same time. Departing from your chosen meeting point in Naples, head to the ancient Roman town of Pompeii, a site of excellent preservation following the tragic destruction of the town by volcanic lava almost 2000 years ago. Explore the beautiful city of Sorrento with its outstanding panoramic views of the Mediterranean coastline. As your travel, enjoy live commentary from your driver and learn interesting facts about the most visited places in the region. The tour expects the stop in Pompeii for 2 so you will have sufficient free time to explore. There is also the recommended option of taking a 2-hour guided tour of the ancient ruins of Pompeii with skip-the-line access to the archeological site. Walk through the ruins with your small group and explore this ancient city, buried by Vesuvius...
Sorrento is a relaxing and quiet town on the Bay of Naples. Set on a large tufa terrace overlooking the sea, Sorrento is an ancient place of residence of international fame that extends from Castellammare to Punta Campanella, as a watershed between the Gulf of Naples and Salerno. Walk through the town with a locally certified tour guide. Walk along the main street of the city named Corso Italia and through the typical alleys with shops selling souvenirs, liquors (limoncello) and fashion. Visit the Tasso Square with the statue of Torquato Tasso, the famous Italian writer born here. Then head to the Church of Sant'Antonino, patron saint of the city and the diocese of Sorrento. View the Deep Valley of the Mills and the belvedere with its breathtaking views of the Bay of Naples. Walk through the downtown lane and admire the Nobles Council known as Sedile Dominova. Visit the Gothic cathedra...
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