Amalfi coast Private Tour Great Ocean Road

Amalfi coast OceanDiscover one of the world's most famous scenic coastal drives. The Great Ocean Road is a true favorite of the Private Tour Guide and guaranteed to be one of the highlights of your trip. We've toured the road over a thousand times and it continues to amaze and surprise us. Explore spectacular beaches, tranquil and charming coastal towns, an abundance of local attractions, a vibrant marine culture, secret Hamlet and not to mention- the famous Ravello concerts.

Naples Enogastronomic tours explore the connections between the food and wine

Local FoodGastronomic tours in Naples Sorrento Avellino Taurasi Campania Naples Gastronomic Tours in Campania The traditions of Wine and Gastronomy are a fundamental aspect of every culture and place we visit. We suggest a sequence of Gastronomic tours around Campania, that offer our guest the possibility to taste the local products and see their preparation; moreover tours are held in beautiful settings that provide a number of interesting activities COME AND DISCOVER THE TYPICAL TASTES OF OUT TRADITION: We can offer various Wine and Gastronomic itineraries in the area between Pompeii and Taurasi: we are affiliated with companies producing and processing local products: 'Aglianico di Benevento, Amalfi coast Limoncello, extra virgin olive oil, cheese, ricotta cheese, fresh pasta ("the Scialatielli"), "Sfogliatella" cookies made in Minori, ricotta and pear, chocolate, etc.. You will taste the products and see with the processing and preparations of such products. We also arrange extra virgin olive oil tasting courses releasing of a certificate of participation, and a guided tasting of wines of Campanian IGT and D.O.C. wines, directly at the winery. One of the growing areas of tourism over recent years in Italy has been enotourism - wine tourism (enoturismo). In Campania, there are 40,000 hectares of vineyards, often in breathtaking countryside, from seaside to mountains.
Enoturismo is now taking off in Naples, although in a more discreet, relaxed southern Italian way. Most tour company can take you on a tour and offer you a tasting of their wines.

Pompeii and Herculaneum at the British museum

AD 79. In just 24 hours, two cities in the Bay of Naples in southern Italy were buried by a catastrophic eruption of Mount Vesuvius. Preserved under ash, the cities lay buried for just over 1,600 years, their rediscovery providing an unparalleled glimpse into the daily life of the Roman Empire. From the bustling street to the intimate spaces of a Roman home, this major exhibition will take you to the heart of people's lives in Pompeii and Herculaneum.

Pompeii

With its close proximity to Sorrento, ruins of Pompeii and Vesuvius, Europe's only dormant volcano, you can see why so many people visit Naples when they are on tour in Italy. And for those who like a mix of sea breezes, handmade pizza and ancient ruins a quick trip from Naples to the Amalfi Coast can quickly turn into the adventure of a lifetime. If you want discover Naples and its surroundings, check out "Amalfi coast, Naples and Pompeii" a day tour that will see you enjoy a real slice of Italy, or contact us for a customized tour! Archaeological Areas of Pompei, Herculaneum and Torre Annunziata. When Vesuvius erupted on 24 August AD 79, it immersed the two flourishing Roman towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum with ashes and pumice, as well as the many wealthy villas in the area. These have been gradually excavated and made accessible to the public since the mid-18th century. The massive expanse of the commercial town of Pompeii contrasts with the smaller but better-preserved remains of the archeological resort of Herculaneum, while the superb wall paintings of the Villa Oplontis at Torre Annunziata give a vivid impression of the opulent lifestyle enjoyed by the wealthier citizens of the Early Roman Empire.