This five-day tour will give you a taste of this fascinating city and its wonderful cuisine.
During a private tour of Naples you will experience local flea markets, visit the National Archaeological Museum, relax on the Amalfi Coast, discover exclusive boutiques and learn the secrets of Neapolitan cooking.
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Enjoy a personal visit to a family-run mozzarella workshop on the Sorrento Peninsula. During this fabulous trip, you will get a private tour of a cheese farm, and learn how to make delicious mozzarella - considered to be the best in the world. You will learn about the traditional production processes that families have been using for more than half a century - from the milk to the final delicious, freshly-produced mozzarella.
Take time to explore Naples, from the quiet harbour on the Bay, to the lavish Capodimonte Royal Palace in the northern outskirts of the city. Your guide will meet you at the hotel and lead you on a private tour of the city, which will include the famous National Archaeological Museum.
The next day a private transfer will take you across the Bay of Naples to the stunning city of Sorrento. Cliffs and shimmering blue waters surround the town. You will have two full days of complete relaxation in the luscious Amalfi Coast, spending time sunbathing by the wonderful sea. You might want to take a tour of Pompeii, or drive around the Coast on the scenic winding road along the cliffside.
Ever wondered how Limoncello is made? This tour will reveal all the secrets. This lemon liqueur is typical of the local area. You will visit two famous local factories in Sorrento, where not only you will be shown how Limoncello is produced, but you will learn how to make your own!
Not many people know that under Naples, there is an underground town. This is an experience that will leave you speachless. You can visit abandoned works of civil engineering, that can let you experience a journey long 2400 years. From the greeks to the second world war, including an anti sismic station and the underground gardens.
Naples is famous world-wide for its pizza and coffee. Everybody will tell you to stop by the “Caffè del professore”, for an authentic napolitan coffee experience. You will easily find suggestions online where to eat the best pizza of the town: da Michele. But what most of the people don’t know is that Naples has a great street food tradition. While you mingle around the narrow streets of the Vomero, don’t forget to order Zeppole, Panzarotti and other mouth-watering fried specialities at the Friggitoria Vomero. Other delicacy to try: little pizzas ( pizzette ), fried pizza, frittatina di pasta, napolitan taralli and graffe. Finish your meal with one of the best sfogliatello of the town; both Attanasio nor Pintauro won’t let you down. Bon appétit!