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Basilica di Sant'Antonino, Sorrento

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From Naples: Sorrento, Amalfi Coast & Skip-the-Line Pompeii

1. From Naples: Sorrento, Amalfi Coast & Skip-the-Line Pompeii

From Naples you will transfer to Sorrento where you can explore the downtown area at your leisure. Get the chance to see the Church of Saint Antonino, the dome, the panoramic gardens, and the alleys of the old town. Afterwards, transfer to the Amalfi Coast to take some photos from the panoramic terraces of Positano. Begin your visit to Pompeii with skip-the-line admission to the ruins, where you'll see the FOrum, the brothel, and the house of Faun. Select the guided tour option on checkout to join a 2-hour guided tour of the ruins led by an archaeologist. If this option is not selected, you can explore these areas at your own pace.

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Sorrento: 2-Hour Walking Tour

2. Sorrento: 2-Hour Walking Tour

Sorrento is a relaxing and quiet town on the Bay of Naples. Set on a large tufa terrace overlooking the sea, Sorrento is an ancient place of residence of international fame that extends from Castellammare to Punta Campanella, as a watershed between the Gulf of Naples and Salerno. Walk through the town with a locally certified tour guide. Walk along the main street of the city named Corso Italia and through the typical alleys with shops selling souvenirs, liquors (limoncello) and fashion. Visit the Tasso Square with the statue of Torquato Tasso, the famous Italian writer born here. Then head to the Church of Sant'Antonino, patron saint of the city and the diocese of Sorrento. View the Deep Valley of the Mills and the belvedere with its breathtaking views of the Bay of Naples. Walk through the downtown lane and admire the Nobles Council known as Sedile Dominova. Visit the Gothic cathedral with masterworks form the Renaissance and Baroque.

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Sorrento: Sant'Antonino Church & Marina Grande Walking Tour

3. Sorrento: Sant'Antonino Church & Marina Grande Walking Tour

Discover the beauty and history of Sorrento on a group walking tour. Stroll through the old fishing village of Marina Grande and admire the Neapolitan Riviera from breathtaking viewpoints with your local guide. Meet your guide amid the vibrantly colored buildings and Baroque architecture in Tasso Square. View the Romanesque façade of the Sant'Antonino Church where the remains are kept of the city's patron saint, Sant'Antonino. Continue to the San Francesco Cloister for breathtaking views of the Gulf of Naples. Take in views of the greenery that has crept up over the ruins of the Valley of the Mills. Get a sense of what local life is like as you stroll around the old fishing village of Marina Grande. Make your through narrow winding alleys full of cafes, boutiques, and local craftsmen selling inlaid woodworks and Sorrento-style sandals. Return to your meeting point in Tasso Square.

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Full-Day Pompeii, Positano & Sorrento Shore Excursion

4. Full-Day Pompeii, Positano & Sorrento Shore Excursion

The most famous eruption of Mount Vesuvius took place in the year 79 A.D. when the volcano buried the ancient Roman city of Pompeii under a thick carpet of volcanic ash. With this tour, you'll see the city frozen in time in its last moment. Sorrento is situated on a terrace overlooking a splendid coastline offering a spectacular view of the Bay of Naples. Parks, villas, churches, picturesque narrow streets and resplendent weather have ensured a constant stream of visitors to the town throughout the year and over the centuries. Positano is the pearl of the Amalfi Coast with wonderful views of picturesque medieval alleys. Don't miss the opportunity to see one of best archaeological sites in the world and see how the Romans lived before the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. Start with a pick-up at the cruise terminal of the port of Naples or any accommodation nearby. Transfer to Sorrento and have a walk downtown. See the Church of Saint Antonino, the dome, the panoramic gardens, the alleys of the old town. Transfer to Positano and take the time for a relaxing lunch on a see view restaurant serving genuine Italian dishes. Or walk downtown to the spectacular beach from where you can admire the terraced town and the cathedral of Saint Maria Assunta. After lunch, transfer to Pompeii for a 2-hour guided tour including the Marina Gate, the basilica (court house), the forum (the main square), the curia (municipal buildings), the macellum (the butcher's market), the thermal baths, the termopolia (restaurants), the House of the Tragic Poet or the House of Melander, the bakery, the plaster casts of the victims, the Temples of Jupiter, Apollo and Venere, the lupanar (brothel) and the Fountain of the Abundance. Return back to the port of Naples.

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What people are saying about Basilica di Sant'Antonino, Sorrento

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 19 reviews

Our experience was wonderful Francesco was amazing and very enthusiastic gave us a brief history on our way to Sorrento and Almafi Coast. He was patient gave us plenty of time to visit and explore the town made us feel very comfortable and welcome from a welcoming song to laughter. All together we a beautiful tour. Ana our archeologists at Pompeii was very knowledgeable and her passion towards Pompeii was nice to see. Love the history given about Pompeii and she cover the main points as she mention it’s a big site so not everything can be cover or seen but she makes sure we get to learn the main interest and informative point about the history of Pompeii. Thank you for our great and amazing experience.

Francesco was amazing! The tour we received was above and beyond anything we had expected. When we walked out from our hotel at 7:30, he was standing, in a suit and tie, waiting for us. I told him we wanted to grab some food real quick, and he said he would take us to Sorrento to have breakfast. And that was the first of many surprises. He was incredibly knowledgeable, the litany of facts and trivia he was producing was amazing. And he is a proud Resident of Naples as well, he even took us on a tour of his neighborhood and schools he attended! The trip was fantastic, certainly the best tour we had this trip (and we took several).

Fantastic driver, Francesco, that made us feel comfortable and was both eager to guide and give us time to explore. The guide at Pompeii, Diego, was also extremely good and made the tour very lively. 2 hours just seemed too little to tell all the exciting stories.

Super nice driver Francesco, knows a lot. Guided tour in Pompeii with Michele very knowledgeable and informative. Highly Recommended.

Francesco was a great driver and guide, and this small group tour was a privilege.