Take a Private Tour of Naples for an Eruption of Stunning Natural Beauty

Take a private tour of Naples for an eruption of natural beauty in the third largest city in Italy.
Visit a city that is full of culture and history that is intertwined with charm and fun.

Overlooking a marvellous Bay is the infamous volcano, Mt. Vesuvius. The landscape of Naples, in general, is alluring with beautiful islands dotted in the blue Mediterranean waters.

There is two stand out places in the province of Naples; Sorrento Bay to the south and the Phlegraen Fields to the north. Then in the middle of these two, lies the city of Naples with the majestic Mt. Vesuvius directly behind it.

The vivacious and energetic people of Naples open their doors to tourists with ‘Joie de vivre’ enthusiasm.
For a destination that will offer you any type of holiday at any time of the year then, Naples is it because you have fantastic historical sites, amazing cultural museums, spectacular landscape for breathtaking views and luxury islands to soak up the good life!

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Amalfi Private Coastal Tour from Sorrento
Amalfi Private Coastal Tour from Sorrento
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Book Now Your Amalfi Coast Tour (visiting specially Positano,Amalfi and Ravello) from your own hotel/villa or B&B in Sorrento

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8 to 9 hours Scheduling Private Tour Campania
Bike Tour-Highlights of Naples
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Get around the city with a local to have an full Napoletan experience. Get involved personally into the "biggest theatre in the world without roof", Naples.

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4 hours Scheduling Shared Tour Naples
Ercolano Mt Vesuvio and Winery Tour from Naples
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Enjoy an 8-hour day tour to Ercolano and Mt Vesuvius with a visit to a famous winery located at the base of Mt Vesuvius to visit its cellars!

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8 hours Scheduling Private Tour Naples
Private Transport to Herculaneum Ruins
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Board your private transport and visit the ruin of Herculaneum, named after the Roman hero Hercules. Stop for 2 hours in the ruins area.

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3 hours Scheduling Private Tour Naples
Private Naples City Tour
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Explore Naples in style and take in top city attractions with ease on this private 6-hour city tour. Gain insight into Naples’ rich history and vibrant culture!

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5 hours Scheduling Private Tour Naples
Naples And Campi Flegrei Bike Tour
Naples And Campi Flegrei Bike Tour
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The Vesuvio is not the only volcanic site, Pozzuoli and Campi Flegrei is a place where the Romans settled before arriving in Naples.

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7 to 8 hours Scheduling Semi-Private Tour Naples
Amalfi coast boat tour
Amalfi coast boat tour
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You will be collected from your accommodation to the dock where the boat staff will be waiting for you to give a warm welcome approximately 45 minutes drive

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9 minutes Scheduling Private Tour Campania
'o Sole Mio: Take the Adventure and Fill Your Soul With All Napels Has to Offer
'o Sole Mio: Take the Adventure and Fill Your Soul With All Napels Has to Offer
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Don't miss the chance to treat yourself to some unique experiences! You'll visit the famous excavations of Pompeii, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and see one of the most feared volcanoes in the world, Mount Vesuvius!

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3 days Naples
1 Step back in time on a sightseeing tour of Pompeii. Regarded as Europe’s most compelling archaeological site. Once a thriving and sophisticated Roman city that was buried in ash and pumice after the catastrophic Mt. Vesuvius volcanic eruption in 79 AD. It is like the city became 'frozen in time'. As the most significant proofs of Roman civilisation, it provided outstanding information on art and customs back in ancient times.  
2 Spaccanapoli is the road that goes from the Spanish Quarter at the Forcella district, cutting in a straight line the city of Naples. Walking through Spaccanapoli, you cross the thousand-year history of the city. Here are not only old buildings, churches but also legends and the unmistakable smells of Neapolitan cuisine allowing tourists to experience Naples just like the Neapolitans. It is referred to as the soul of Naples.

The Cappella Sansevero
3 The Veiled Christ is probably one of the most mysterious works that can be seen in Naples. It is said that the veil of marble on the body of Christ, is fabric, turned into rock by a liquid invented by sinister Prince San Severo. Others argue the effect is the result of the talent of Giuseppe Sammartino, the sculptor of the Veiled Christ. Take a guided tour to this little gem hidden in the streets of Naples to see so much more!
The Archaeological Museum of Naples
4 Take a guided tour of The Archaeological Museum of Naples which opened in 1816 and today is one of the most important in the world for the quality and quantity of works. The Archaeological Museum, in addition to containing the findings of the excavations of Pompeii, it is home to Greek-roman age relics, Egyptian and Etruscan antiquities of the Borgia collection and ancient coins of the Santangelo collection. 
The Royal Palace
5 Tourists come on guided tours to admire grandeur and two Jewels: the neoclassical colonnade of the church of San Francesco di Paola and Royal Palace. There is so much to see when you visit the Royal House, the Royal Chapel, the gardens and the Teatrino court. 
Stroll through the museum with many fascinating artefacts. It is an area that is a symbol of new 'Neapolitan Renaissance' and well worth the time to visit.
Mount Vesuvius
6 There is no way anyone should come to Naples and not take a sightseeing tour to Mount Vesuvius. The only active volcano in the mainland of Europe and the cause of the city of Pompeii's destruction. The views of the Bay and city of Naples is spectacular as it looks down upon them. There is something very thrilling and exhilarating as you approach the Volcano knowing the power of the destruction it can cause.
Catacombs of San Gennaro
7 A guided tour of the oldest and most sacred Catacombs is another exciting tour to take while in Naples. It became a Chrisitan pilgrimage site after San Gennaro’s body was buried here in the 5th century. Now carefully restored, you can experience an evocative otherworld of tombs, corridors, vestibules, treasures, 5th-century mosaics and the oldest known portrait of San Gennaro.There are three types of tomb to match a social class!
Castel Sant’Elmo
8 On a sightseeing tour visit Castel Sant’Elmo which is a medieval fortress that is located on a hilltop near the Certosa di San Martino overlooking Naples. This star shaped fortress started off as a church, then became a castle before finally becoming a fortress in 1538 by Spanish viceroy Don Pedro de Toledo. The fabulous views that you see from the fortress are jaw dropping and there is a thoroughly fascinating museum.
Phlegraean Fields
9 For something a little different why not take a sightseeing tour to Phlegraean Fields. This is a large volcanic area located to the west of Naples. In 2003 it was declared a regional park. Most of it is lying underwater, but the caldera consists of twenty-four craters and volcanic edifices. You can certainly say you were on a unique and thrilling tour after you have been here.
10 Whether you come on holiday or just on a sightseeing tour, Sorrento is a great place to visit. A coastal town facing the Bay of Naples on the Sorrentine Peninsula that is set atop cliffs. Take a stroll through the historic centre with narrow alleys and home to a 14th-century church with a tranquil cloister, Chiesa di San Francesco. Sorrento is known for sweeping water views and Piazza Tasso a cafe-lined square.

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