3-Day Italy Trip: Naples, Pompeii, Sorrento and Capri
Reviewed by: Holly, September 2014
The hotel and tours were wonderful. The getting from Rome to Sorrento and back was chaos and a large waste of time. However, overall I would do it again due to the sites, hotel, tours, and overall value.
Reviewed by: Pedrito C, Philippines, September 2014
Awesome! But too heavy traffic of tourists is not healthy anymore.
Reviewed by: Danielle v, Australia, September 2014
What an amazing experience!! We loved every minute of our time on this trip!
Pompeii was fascinating and although it was very hot, we still enjoyed ourselves. Our tour guide was fabulous and very informative!
Sorrento is simply stunning and next time we visit I think we will spend a week there. The weather was perfect, our hotel was superb - We stayed at The Grand Hotel Capodimonte and there is so much to do and see! The shopping is incredible!!!
Capri and Ana Capri were also gorgeous, lots of lovely shops, the chairlift is worth doing and luckily we got to see the Blue Grotto! Our guide for the Capri day trip was Sascha, he was just wonderful and had a great sense of humour and was very informative!
I thoroughly recommend this trip is you have limited time and want to experience a small portion of the Amalfi Coast.
Reviewed by: Brian F, September 2014
This was a great trip! We enjoyed Pompeii but Naples was the only let down, there was nothing to see and no time to see it. We were told the bus driver is required to take a break after driving a certain amount of time and that's why we stopped in Naples for 45 minutes. I would rather have taken a break at some little winery in the country or have spent the entire 45 minutes in Gambrinus which was the only highlight of the visit. Sounds negative but the rest of the trip was fabulous! Mainly because we got to stay in the GRand Hotel Capodimonte, which is truly a Grand Hotel! We still don't know how we lucked out with this hotel but we thank God or whoever made it happen ! It's beautiful with a superb location high up overlooking the town and the Bay of Naples (we think). The interior is beautiful with bright tile floors all ver, spacious rooms with sea views and a balcony and bathrooms that you could actually take a shower or bath in unlike most of the rest we saw in Italy. The food was excellent , the breakfasts were sumptuous and the pools were spectacular although we didn't have time to use them. I'd go back to Sorrento just to spend more time at this hotel, but we also liked the town very much and were lucky enough to be able to experience the Blue Grotto and Capri on a beautiful day. The Blue Grotto was a bit grueling but worth it We consider ourselves very lucky to have been able to enjoy all this without any of the many possible glitches that could have spoiled it. Thank you for making it possible and we highly recommend it to others.
Reviewed by: Frank D, September 2014
I would give this 10 stars of possible! Probably the best part of our 8 day trip to Rome! I would absolutely recommend the upgrade! The upgrade hotel is beautiful!
Reviewed by: Renee G, September 2014
I would and have already recommend this tour to others! The hotel in Sorrento was absolutely amazing and everyone was very friendly and helpful. Capri and Pompeii were very good as well. Only thing I would change is we had no time to swim in Capri. There was plenty of time waiting around we could of
Reviewed by: Marie Louise L, September 2014
This was a great experience all around. The hotel in Sorrento was a wonderful surprise. Considering everything included in this excursion it is well worth the money.