Highlights of Rome, Vatican City, Pompeii and the Amalfi Coast Back

Departs from : Rome

Duration : 6 days

Type : Semi-Private

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Price Per Person : EUR 400.00

Meals Included

Breakfasts : 4

Dinners : 2


This 6 day/5 night package offers incredible value money and highlights of Rome including Vatican City and Ancient Rome as well as Pompeii and the Amalfi Coast.  The first part of the trip is spent in Rome where we include transportation from the airport to the hotel.  Rail tickets, all entrance fees to sites and museums, centrally located 4 star properties are all included in this tour. 


Day 1 : Arrive Rome - Transfer to Hotel

Where we visit : Rome

Description :

Upon arrival in Rome you will be met by one of our local representatives and transferred to your hotel where you will have time to settle in and relax.

Dinner tonight will be on your own at your leisure.

Overnight at hotel.

Meals : Not applicable

Day 2 : Vatican City and the Vatican Museums

Where we visit : Vatican City

Description :

This morning you will enjoy our Prestige Tour of Vatican City which includes VIP, Skip the Line tickets.

Vatican City is the small est independent sovereign state in the world. In the Vatican Museum, you will be shown a fine collection of antiques. The visit includes:

• The Sculpture Museum 
• The fascinating Tapestry Gallery 
• The Gallery of Maps 
• The world famous Sistine Chapel, decorated by Michelangelo The tour will then proceed to St. Peter's Basilica, where you will view the art treasures of the largest Ro­man Catholic Church in the world, including Michelan-gelo's Pietà.

IMPORTANT: Guided tours of St. Peter's are not allowed if religious ceremonies are taking place inside or outside teh Basilica. 
Visitors wearing shorts or sleeveless tops are not admitted to churches. 
For clients in wheelchairs the Museum obbliges them to do a different route which does not allow them to follow the same itinerary of the organized tour.
It is absolutely forbidden to bring into the Museum backpacks, umbrellas or metal objects. 

Note: On wednesday when there is a Papal Audience in Vatican City there is a possibility that the Basilica will be closed to the public.


Meals : Breakfast

Day 3 : Prestige Tour of Ancient Rome including the Roman Forum and Colosseum

Where we visit : Rome

Description :

This morning you will enjoy a guided tour of some of the highlights of Ancient Rome, the cradle of Western Civilzation. 

For a complete description of this tour, please see:


Meals : Breakfast

Day 4 : Train from Rome to Naples and Private Transfer from Naples to Sorrento

Where we visit : Naples

Description :

Meals : Breakfast

Day 5 : Private Tour of the Amalfi Coast

Where we visit : Amalfi Coast

Description :

Our private tour of the Amalfi Coast is hands down one of the very best tours you can take during your trip to Italy. The reason is because this area is so difficult to explore on your own due mostly to the precarious road system, but it's not only the fact that somebody can navigate these precarious roads on your behalf, but also because the area is home to an incredible and complex history that your guide can bring to life for you in a way that wouldn't be possible otherwise. You will know exactly what we are talking about, the second you begin this amazing Amalfi Coast tour.

Meals : Breakfast

Day 6 : Transfer to Naples where it's time to say Arrivaderci!

Where we visit : Naples

Description :

This morning you will be transferred directly to Naples (you tell us where you need to go - rail station, cruise port or airport). 

Here in Naples, our services will conclude and it will be time to say Arrivaderci!

You can let us know what else might be interested during your stay in Italy and we will be delighted to assist you.

Meals : Breakfast

Tour Highlights and What's Included

  1. 4 star hotels in great locations
  2. Daily Buffet Breakfast
  3. Excellent Photo Opportunities
  4. Road Tolls
  5. Scenic Drive along the Sorrentine Peninsula
  6. Sightseeing tours as indicated in the itinerary
  7. Skip the Line Entrance to Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
  8. The Major Monuments of Rome
  9. Train and Ferry Tickets
  10. Transfers on tour arrival & departure days
  11. VIP tickets to Pompeii

What's Not Included

  1. Food and beverages not mentioned in the program
  2. Gratuities of any type
  3. International fights
  4. Optional excursions during your tour
  5. Personal Expenses or Extras at hotels

Amalfi Coast


The region of coastline stretching from Sorrento, South of Naples, to Amalfi, so called Amalfi Coast is a UNESCO world heritage site that is renowned for its natural beauty as well as its characteristic towns. You’ll find houses and buildings painted in fresh pastels, stuck into cliffs and canyons … the flowery spectacle set in the cliffs framed by the endless blue sky and sparkling water.

The crystal clear ocean waters and breathtaking landscapes are offset by the famous towns of Sorrento, Praiano, Positano, Ravello, and Amalfi, whose charming architecture elegantly blends into the mountainous landscape. The Island of Capri is a favorite destination for celebrities and is known for its sheer cliffs, amazing grottos and crystal blue water.

The Island if Ischia is located above an ancient submerged volcanic crater and is rich in thermal water, making it a great source for natural spas and thermal baths. Of historical and archaeological interest are the ancient towns of Pompeii and Ercolano, preserved for all time by the cataclysmic volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. Major attractions: Pompeii and Ercolano archeological sites, Sorrento, Positano, Capri, Ischia and smaller towns along the Amalfi Coast, the archeological site of Paestum by buffalo mozzarella farms, and the town of Castellabbate along the Cilento Coast south of Salerno. Major theaters and music events: Teatro San Carlo in Naples, Ravello Festival in Ravello.



Rome is known as the 'Eternal City', the centre of Western Civilization and one of the most widely visited cities in the world.  It is a city of contrasts, both ancient and modern. Romantic and harsh. It is a place of beautiful warm light and many dark corners. 
The layers of history in Rome are second to none in the world and to appreciate Rome, in all its glory, it is useful and helpful to have some understanding of what happened here over the centuries.  Whether you do tours with us or another company, it is most helpful to read - do guided tours - watch films.  
This city is one of the most important cultural, artistic and intellectual centres in Europe.  It is also home to Vatican City, the centre of the Catholic Church.
The history of Rome and Vatican City draw over 58 million visitors each year, almost as many people who live in Italy.  


Vatican City


Vatican City is the smallest independent state in the world. The importance of this city state however is inversely proportional to its size. The area which Vatican City occupies is between Monte Mario and the Janiculum. In the 1st century B.C., it was the site of Caligula's circus - where Nero had hundres of Christians martyred, some years after. The Church rises on teh spot where one of NEro's victims St. Peter was burried. Over the years, other building grew up around it. The Vatican's independence started in the 8th century, and was of primary importance throughout the Middle Ages. The Papal State expanded to such an extent that, until the unity of Italy when it was wiped off the Italian political scene, it covered practically all of Central Italy. It only regained an independent political status in 1929 (as a state with less than a half a square kilometer of territory).
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Price Per Person : EUR 400.00

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