I organize tours and transfers in every part of Italy.

On the Amalfi Coast places such us:

  • Amalfi, where one can admire the Cathedral of St. Andrew;
  • Ravello, the city of music and known for its beautiful gardens, from which you can admire a panorama that touches the sky;
  • Cetara, little Cetara, famous for its anchovies stand out.

Just as rich in history and beauty is the Sorrentine Peninsula, storically and mythologically tied to the legend of the Sirens. 3.000 years ago Homer praised the natural beauty and landscape. Sorrento isn’t just a place in mythology but is also poetic and musical place, where Caruso wrote  his “Torn ‘a Surriento” while looking out over the terrace. In Sorrento you can admire the maritime traditions,which live on, especially in the Marina Grande, where fishermen still work their nets in an atmosphere almost suspended and from another time.

Tour duration:
minimum 4 hours (half day) up to 8/10 hours (full day)

Rich in history are the cities of Pompei and Ercolano, where you can visit the excavations: it is a bit like touching the remains of ancient Rome, whose presence is strongly felt, as if a goddess is there to silently welcome her followers.

This same atmosphere is felt at Paestum, ancient city of Magna Grecia, called “Poseidonia” in honour of God Poseidon. Paestum is world famous for its great temples to Hera, Athena and Neptune and all their beauty.

Another city rich in history is Naples, founded by the Cumani, it became an important city of Magna Graecia; it was the capital of the Kingdom of Naples and later Kingdom of the two Sicilies under Bourbons reign, up to the Unification of Italy which ended in 1871.

“Neapolis” is a wonderful city enchanting with thousand of traditions such as the Cristmas “presepe” or crib, pizza, characteristic Capodimonte porcelain and, of 

course, Neapolitan music and the great comedies of Eduardo De Filippo.

Naples is a postcard that should be admired in its every angle; Palazzo Reale, National Archaeological Museum and Piazza Plebiscito that hugs the piazza; Maschio Angioino and Castel dell’Ovo on the seafront, as well as Castel Sant’Elmo, on the Vomero hill. 

The background to every scene is the imposing Vesuvius, to which tours can be arranged.

We couldn’t not dedicate a few lines of our book to Caserta, best-known for the Reggia Borbonica, nicknamed the “Versailles of Italy” because it is similarity to the French Palace both in construction and architecture; the large park and long gardens are rich in plants, statuary and fountains. Of particular note are the  Fountain of Cerere and Eolo.