Pompeii, Italy

Pompeii and the Amalfi Coast

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This marvelous tour includes an unforgettable guided tour at Pompeii and a great drive along the winding panoramic strets of the pretty Amalfi Coast with stops at Positano and Amalfi.
The Unesco Committee inscribed Pompeii in the list of World Heritage Patrimony because it provides a "complete and vivid picture of society and daily life at a specific moment in the past that is without parallel anywhere in the world". Walking in the city I will explain you the history of the Mount Vesuvius eruption, and how the romans lived, showing you all the most important public buildings and private houses.
The Amalfi Coast, also named "Coast of the Sirens", is the southern slope of the Sorrentine Peninsula to the north of the Gulf of Salerno. The coastline is full of small villages with wonderful views, such as the pretty Positano, where a stop is planned, and Amalfi, which is said to be an open-air museum.

The tour includes pick up at the port of Naples, Salerno or other meeting place in the region.
-Transfer to Amalfi (around 30 minutes), visit at the Cathedral of Saint Andrea or a walk around the city with your own tasting taste a marvellous "gelato".
-Transfer by car (Mercedes Limousine, Van or Minibus) to Positano where you can do a quick walk down town or take a relaxing time having good vine and good food in a typical Italian restaurant.
• A two hours guided tour at Pompeii.
-Transfer to the ship or to your accommodation.

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$962
up to 7 people
for 8 hours


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Emiliano

My name is Emiliano Tufano. I am an archaeologist and tour guide. I'm specialized in archaeological and cultural tours in Campania. When I was ten years old I found a piece of painted pottery on a small piece of land belonging to my family, which is located nearby the ancient Greek city of Paestum. For the whole of that day I kept this piece of history in my hands. I remember that it was decorated with a black figured scene of a Satyr driving a biga. The feeling I had when realized it was a genuine antique object was very strong, and I started asking myself many questions about the people who occupied that area across the centuries and, particularly, about the man who made such a beautiful piece of work. Since then I started collecting all sorts of pots and stones that I found while I wandered through the countryside. I used to divide my finds simply on the basis of their shape and color. They were the first steps of me becoming an archaeologist. At school, history was my favorite subject; therefore my decision of which degree course to choose was an easy one, Archaeology. Today, archaeology is my profession and my passion. Throughout the years I developed skills in fieldwork and academic research. I participated as a field director in several excavation projects of fundamental importance across Italy and I was engaged in significant academic research projects in Sicily, Tunisia and Libya. I now fulfill my ambition with a PhD project about the Sicilian prehistory. However, my interests go beyond just the history. I have a strong creative side and I love photography, and I write articles for a newspaper in my local area, play football and enjoy diving. I enjoy traveling and have been to many different countries, where I always make particular efforts to learn as much of the local language and culture as possible. In 2010 I became qualified to work as a tourist guide of the Campania Region, and today I offer guided tours in Italian, English and Spanish. I live my job with passion and professionalism. With me you can visit the wonders of Campania: the Vesuvian archaeological sites of Pompeii, Herculaneum and other beautiful sites, such as the historic centers of Naples, Caserta and Salerno, the Amalfi Coast and Sorrento Coast, all the major churches and museums. Through exclusive and tailor-made tours, according to your requirements, you will receive quality service and cultural enrichment." Full profile Leave a Review


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