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Sorrento, Positano, and Amalfi Day Trip from Naples

Highlights
  • See the beloved coastal towns of Sorrento, Positano, and Amalfi in one day
  • Visit downtown Positano, a chic spot often overlooked by tour operators
  • Savor lunch at a coastal restaurant, selected by your guide for its views
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Sorrento, Positano, and Amalfi Day Trip from Naples
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Overview
Visit Sorrento, downtown Positano, and Amalfi on a day trip from Naples, with an itinerary crafted from past visitor feedback. Traveling by air-conditioned coach between your Naples hotel and the three towns with ease, you’ll have more time to sightsee rather than figure out your travel plans. Enjoy an hour in each town, including the picturesque downtown area of Positano; it’s the only tour from Naples that takes you there.
What to Expect
After a pickup from Naples, you’ll travel toward the sea, stopping at Instagram-worthy photo stops carefully selected by your guide. You’ll also try the local limoncello, a regional speciality.

Use your time in Sorrento to wander its warren of enchanting narrow streets and shop for local treats and artisan finds. From here, you’ll travel to the Amalfi Coast, Italy’s coastal wonder and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Head straight to the downtown area when you hit Positano and use your free time to take the steps down to the beach or shop for stylish local clothing, known as Moda Positano. For lunch, you’ll sate your appetite and soak up sweeping sea views at a terrace restaurant further along the coast.

Finish up with a last stop in the maritime town of Amalfi, perhaps visiting St. Andrew’s Cathedral or basking on the beach with a gelato in hand. Your return to Naples completes the trip.
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Reviewed 3 days ago
Boat Trip

Went to the port and booked this trip, after enquiring ,at different kiosks, it cost 45 Euros each,it wasn't the best boat available, but that reflects the price.We had 2hrs. free time in Positano,2.5 hrs in Amalfi, the scenery from the boat was spectacular,and well...More

Thank Julie W
Reviewed 3 days ago
fun, interesting, beautiful (and budget-friendly)

We decided to do this day tour from Naples as a quick, budget-friendly way to see the Amalfi coast, and it was the best decision. We were met at Gambrinus coffee shop, right next to our hotel, by Marco, our guide. Marco made us feel...More

Thank Brónagh S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
AMAZING TOUR!!!

I'm from the north of italy and live in the US. Wanted to show the south of Italy to 2 of my american friends. Picked this tour as I'm not familiar with the south and transportation isn't as good as the rest of italy. This...More

Thank Chiara C
Reviewed August 13, 2018
Breathtaking tour!

We had an extraordinary time during the Amalfi coast day tour . We had the chance to stop in Sorrento in a limoncello factory where we tasted some limoncello and had a beautiful view from the terrace. We had a beautiful lunch stop in a...More

2  Thank ChristianeD58
Reviewed August 7, 2018
Beautiful Views of the Amalfi Coast

We were in port just for the day and enjoyed every minute of this tour. Marco was our guide for the day and did a fabulous job! Our time was a bit limited in each location but still WELL worth it. We also were able...More

Thank Carrie M
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Response from Freda C | Reviewed this property |
My trip end around 6:00pm but very depends your preference. Indeed a bit rush as I went to Almafi , Positano n Sorrento. Of cuz you need to spare 1 to 1.5 hour for lunch. If you can depart around 8:30am to 9:00am may be... More
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