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  • 3 nights accommodation in Rome, suite apartment in only bed treatment or hotel.

  • 4 nights accommodation in Florence, one family room in bed and breakfast treatment or apartment.

  • 3 nights accommodation in Positano/Praiano, connected rooms with sea view in bed and breakfast treatment.

  • 1 night accommodation in Fiumicino, Hotel, one family room in only bed treatment.

  • private transfers as per itinerary described

  • experiences, light lunches, wine, olive and local products tastings as per description

  • train transfers as per itinerary (second class)

  • private-group guided tours as per description

  • ticket entrance fees, as per itinerary




  • Everything not mentioned in “the tour includes”
  • Flight tickets
  • Tourist accommodation taxes
  • Medical-luggage and cancelation insurance
  • Optional tours/experiences



ROME, 3 nights


Morning arrival at Rome Fiumicino Airport. Meeting with your private driver and van transfer to your accommodation in Rome, hotel bed and breakfast or suite apartment in only bed treatment.

Afternoon at leisure to explore Rome on your own!

My special suggestion for today: who thinks that Rome is only traffic and majestic monuments makes a mistake, because the Eternal City hides magic corners full of art and architecture!

Rome is a fascinating destination for young kids, since teenagers love Rome. It is bustling and cosmopolitan and yet full of culture and history – much of which teens have or will study in school, seen in movies, or read about in books. In fact, that’s the key to enjoying Rome with teens: finding things that are familiar to them. Fans of Gladiator will love the Colosseum. If you loved the HBO series Rome or gladiator movies, you will love the Forum and the Palatine Hill.

Do you remember that poster of two hands reaching for each other – there it is in real life on the Sistine Chapel ceiling.

I would propose you a great balance of museums with a few destinations off the standard tour itinerary, and your teen will have a fantastic time in Rome.

For your first afternoon in Rome, head to Trastevere district. This neighborhood is filled with small, inexpensive shops, eclectic restaurants, and great gelato places and is home to Rome’s twenty-something crowd.

Polvere di Tempo (Via del Moro, 59) is a shop that looks like it dropped out of Harry Potter and features handmade hourglasses, sundials, and other curiosities that make great souvenirs. Be sure to stop into Santa Maria in Trastevere, one of Rome’s oldest and most beautiful churches.

While the mosaics in the church are very old and will impress even the hippest teen, the piazza in front of the church is also pretty cool.

On nice evenings it is filled with attractive stalls selling inexpensive leather goods. We will suggest you the perfect casual pizzeria – very Italian and generally filled with young people enjoying Pizza Margherita. And it isn’t so cool or trendy that parents feel out of place.

Our tip: Romans love evenings in the summer, and there are often outdoor concerts in the city. All of the world’s great music groups end up in Rome at some point, and some of the concert venues are pretty spectacular – the Colosseum, the Baths of Caracalla, and the Parco della Musica, amongst others. Recently Madonna thrilled audiences at the Stadio Olimpico, and whether your teens are into pop, metal, rap, reggae, or opera, the music scene in Rome has something to offer!

Lunch at leisure. Dinner at leisure.




Morning meeting with your guide for an exploration of classic Rome (10.00 am-12.00), living the most famous places of the Dolce Vita, where Art, Cinema and taste are mixed (Pantheon, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Via Vittorio Veneto, Piazza Barberini, Piazza del Quirinale, Piazza Navona with the fountain of the four rivers, Via Condotti, Trinità dei Monti).

Here our expert guide will make you experience the life of a typical Roman (so in a relaxed and funny way, even for kids) exploring the local markets and specialty shops in search of the finest gastronomic specialties of the city! Stop in a local bakery to learn about Rome’s breads and pastries and then continue to the characteristic Campo dei Fiori with its open-air market featuring local foods and souvenirs of the city. Try a well-established gastronomy shop that hosts an abundance of regional cheeses, cured meats! (Samples to be payed on the spot, at leisure).

You will also sip an excellent coffee (with pastries for kids) in one of the most beautiful squares of Rome: this is how the best ideas are born. Like the one that, at the counter of the Sant´Eustachio bar, in ´96 illuminated the mind of a simple tourist, Eric Favre, who soon invented the Nespresso. Favre, trying the Sant´Eustachio coffee, asked the bartender how he had done it so well and the answer was unsettling: "I just pressed a button"…

Sant´Eustachio is the best coffee in Rome and is part of the 70 historic shops of the city. Born in the 19th century in the historic Palazzo Cenci, from 1938 it was renovated with state-of-the-art materials and fittings for the time.

This bar brings with it all the tradition and quality of a 100% Arabica, fair trade, organic and a slow-food mix in Guatemala. Coffee is roasted and cooked in wood with artisan roasting.

In the bar, a stone´s throw from the Pantheon, the owner is one of the greatest coffee experts in Italy. He is always present, and he tells the customers all the secrets of a good cup of coffee: «In Italy we know too much little, yet it is the second product in the world for trade after oil, and the second most used drink after water.

3.00pm Afternoon meeting with your local guide for a Vatican private guided tour (kids friendly) of 2 hours and 30 min (Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and Basilica of St. Peter)!

Enjoy a private visit of the Vatican with your expert guide. You will tour the Sistine Chapel with your expert! Enjoy a brief overview of the Vatican Museums, and end your visit with a tour of the highlights of the St. Peter’s Basilica and piazza.

Includes entry fees to the Vatican, along with a private expert guide. This tour touches on the highlights of the Vatican Museums and its important art collections.

With 2000 rooms filled with some of the greatest art collections in the world you will  outstanding Museum. You will be able to marvel at the sight of the SISTINE CHAPEL, one of the most impressive sites in the world.

Thanks to the genius of Michelangelo, an unforgettable experience is guaranteed. But the Vatican Museums are not just the Sistine Chapel... along the tour our guide will show you more artistic jewels such as the Pio-Clementino Halls with the Laocoon and Apollo Belvedere, the Candelabra, Tapestries and Maps Galleries.

You then leave the Vatican Museums and move to the imposing beauty of Saint Peter’s Basilica. Its dome was designed by Michelangelo and has become one of the landmarks of Rome. Inside the church you can ponder on the beauty of the world famous sculpture La Pietà (another Michelangelo masterpiece and the only sculpture personally signed by the artist).

But it’s not only will discover the originality of another art genius, Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Thanks to him you can drink in the awesomely impressive Baldachin Altar (in gold and bronze), and outside the splendid Colonnade in St. Peter’s Square.

Lunch at leisure. Dinner at leisure.



Morning private tour of Ancient Rome (10.00am-1.00pm), to visit the most known monuments of Rome and its ancient atmosphere!

This morning you will tour Ancient Rome (in a kids friendly way) exploring the most important sites of Roman culture, skipping the long lines and covering the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill, with the history of gladiators!

You will see the ARCH OF CONSTANTINE, the biggest and one of the best preserved triumphal arches in Rome. From here your private guide will take you inside the COLOSSEUM (skip the entrance ticket lines), the most famous monument in the world and an icon of Rome. You´ll learn about the cruel and grueling events that took place here and be seduced by the echoes of the past.

On leaving the Colosseum, you will visit its surrounding monuments such as the PALATINE HILL with the ROMAN FORUM Archeological Area (no ticket lines!) without doubt the most important and fascinating site in the world.

The views alone from the Palatine over the Forums or the Circus Maximus are worth a trip to Italy.

You will discover also the House of the Vestals, the various Temples, the Senate House, the Capitol Palace the Sacred Way and the Triumph Arches.

Optional afternoon small group tour (3.00pm-5.00pm): La Dolce Vita in Rome by Vespa!!!

Capture the essence of the Eternal city with very little effort, thanks to a fun tour of Rome on a Vespa. Rome, one of Italy’s largest cities, is best observed via the most authentic Italian mode of transportation, a Vespa.

Climb on your Vespa, fasten your helmets and push the accelerator! Admire the main monuments and the most beautiful squares of Rome in the company of an experienced and qualified guide. Take the opportunity to spend half of a day on one of the most iconic vehicles in Italy. With the fresh wind in your hair you can savor the sweet life and experience the city like a local. The itinerary includes panoramic stops in the most representative places of the capital, meaning you will be able to capture pictures with backgrounds such as the majestic Colosseum and the Pantheon to name a few! The tour program includes unmissable stops in Rome, such as the Circus Maximus, the magnificent Piazza Navona, and Piazza Venezia. Obviously you will not miss the chance for a stop at the majestic Trevi Fountain where you can throw your coin and make any wish that your heart desires.

In alternative: Optional afternoon small group tour (4.45pm-8.30pm): Pizza making course with dinner (max. 8 participants)!!!

Prepare and indulge in the most iconic Italian food with our best teachers! Discover the secrets of the perfect Italian Pizza! Our class at the popular That´s Amore restaurant, a few steps from the Trevi Fountain, is a 90-minute pizza making lesson perfect for all ages. Our chef will guide you through the Italian tradition of preparing pizza dough from scratch, explain techniques and tips on making the best dough, and teach you how to dress your pizza properly. You will be given your own ingredients in order to top the pizza with whatever you like and experiment with various recipes. At the end you will eat what you have prepared and discover whether your skill level is now that of a real Pizzaiolo.

Drink and dessert included. This hands-on, family friendly class is a fun and delicious experience for all ages!

Dinner (Bruschetta, Pizza and dessert), water, wine or soft drink, rolling pin as present.

In alternative: Optional afternoon small group tour (6.00pm-9.00pm): Rome Food tour!!!

An incredible tour of Rome mixing art, culture and food tradition: visiting iconic attractions, you will be drawn into the history of this ancient city, and the food is to die for.

We will start at Campo dei Fiori, famous for the daytime outdoor food market which transforms into a major meeting place in the nightlife of Rome. We will continue in the direction of the Theatre of Marcellus, dedicated to Marcello, a nephew of Emperor Augustus, it is probably the oldest theatre ever discovered.

Then onto the Jewish Ghetto, featuring kosher restaurants and artisan shops in this neighborhood of narrow alleys and squares, which also houses the archaeological area of the Porticus Octavie. And finally the Piazza Navona, the elegant, cosmopolitan square where Romans meet up to visit outdoor cafes and fairs.

Three spectacular fountains adorn the square, del Moro, del Nettuno and Bernini’s masterpiece, the Fountain of Four Rivers. This is a food lovers´ tour, and you will savour, at different stops, pizza with mortadella, cheese and salami, two types of pasta with two different wines, pastries and gelato. Delizioso!

Lunch at leisure. Dinner at leisure.


FLORENCE , 4 nights


Breakfast and check out from your accommodation in Rome.

Van transfer from your accommodation to Rome Termini train station.

Direct high speed bullet train transfer from Roma Termini to Florence Santa Maria Novella

Meeting with your private driver in Florence train station and van transfer towards your accommodation: Hotel in bed and breakfast treatment or apartment.

Evening at leisure to discover (at leisure) the great culinary hints that the city can provide:

NICE STOP at local authentic street food kiosks (for a glass of wine for parents and a great focaccia with salame or prosciutto for kids or less known food as lampredotto)

Lunch at leisure, dinner at leisure.




Breakfast and meeting with your private guide for a 5 hours visit (10.00am- 3.00pm). Today you will see Accademia Gallery (tickets included), see the most important jewels of Florence (Duomo included), taste the best gelato in the city, visit Florence Market and other cultural sights!!

With your guide you will take a walk to discover the ancient "Fiorenza", the "City of the Lily", in a kids friendly way! You will appreciate those places that represent it in the world, such as Piazza del Duomo and Piazza San Giovanni, a single urban area divided only by the prestigious buildings of the Santa Maria del Fiore Duomo (entrance inluded), Giotto´s Bell Tower and the Baptistery. You will visit the alleys where the great poet Dante Alighieri lived before exile, then you will continue towards Piazza della Signoria, where you will see the Loggia de ´Lanzi and Palazzo Vecchio, communicating with Piazza degli Uffizi and the Galleria of the same name; this is the political center of Florence. Then the beautiful Ponte Vecchio and the charm of its goldsmith shops await you, which make our city shine. You will visit Piazza San Lorenzo and its Basilica, and you will cross Piazza della Repubblica and the Loggia del Porcellino. You will continue with Piazza Santa Croce which houses the homonymous basilica, recognized as the Temple of the Italian Glories in "I Sepolcri" by the poet Ugo Foscolo, in perfect Gothic style.

Your guide will lead this walking tour making it become a real dive into Florentine culture, art, architecture and traditions.

You’ll get to see what makes this city’s culture, history and cuisine so special and unique within Italy! Thanks to your native guide you’ll learn how to distinguish different artistic periods experiencing the neighborhood’s Bohemian vibe!

During the tour you will also get to know some artisans and gelato laboratories!!!

You will see (and taste) the first gelato place in Florence with the first taste ever done:

Buontalenti Cream! (tasting included).

You will have a real look on how marmorized paper is done, or how leather is worked or also how the semi-precious stones are cut to make beautiful tables and consoles, as they did during the Medici domination. Don´t miss the ancient chemist in Florence: the monks there use to make perfumes and they dedicated the first one to Caterine de Medici, for her wedding with king Henry the II. 

Then you will visit Accademia Gallery (ticket included) discovering one of the most famous and eclectic artists in the world: Michelangelo! Your personal guide will reveal the secrets of the Gallery and the creation of Michelangelo’s world renowned masterpieces, such as the original version of David, I Prigioni and San Matteo.

The Accademia Gallery in Florence, along with the Uffizi is one of the most important museums in Italy, the fourth in number of visitors. It offers a collection of priceless works of art, and for this reason it is the sacred temple of Renaissance art. Obviously those who enter the Accademia Gallery wish to see Michelangelo´s David above all, but before arriving at the presence of the marble giant there are other works that deserve all the attention of the case. Just to say some, you will admire the painting by Paolo Uccello depicting scenes from monastic life, “Santo Stefano tra i Santi Jacopo e Pietro” made by Ghirlandaio, the workshop master who gave Michelangelo the first rudiments of painting. Even the "Madonna with Child, San Giovannino and two Angels" made in 1468 by Sandro Botticelli is well worth a careful observation. Then we proceed with The Christ in Pietà realized by Andrea del Sarto, the Deposition by Filippino Lippi and Pietro Perugino, "Venus and Love" by Iacopo Pontormo designed by Michelangelo Buonarroti and more!!!

You will then proceed visiting the Inside Central Market of San Lorenzo, completely

dedicated to food. It is an impressive and wonderful example of classic and modern style, located inside a beautiful building in iron and glass designed by Giuseppe Mengoni. This architect built it in 1870 when Florence was the capital of Italy.

It is an explicit reference to architecture European Union, and in particular the Paris one.

You will find butchers, fishmongers, fruit and vegetable stalls and small shops selling local specialties, such as olive oil, meat, cheese and much, much more.

It is interesting to walk among the various banquets and observe foods that you haven´t probably seen or tasted in your life, such as the stomach, brain or tongue of the cow.

One of my favorite places is Parini, a banquet that sells seasoned meats, cheeses and sauces – their highlights - where you can taste before deciding what to buy.

If you are not sure of what you can take home with you, simply ask the sellers: they are very informed about the laws of the various countries. For example, citizens of the United States can safely stock up on mushrooms and dried tomatoes - remember to tell the seller that you want to take them home, so they will pack them up for you in a vacuum. Other objects to take home as a souvenir of Tuscany are oil and truffle, honey, extra virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar, all things you can taste before buying.

Lunch at leisure. Dinner at leisure.



Breakfast and Private Full Day Tour into the Chianti area, with its picture-postcard landscapes!!! (10.00am-4.00pm)

Hotel pick up by your private Chianti driver. During the tour we will have a chance to visit one of the most renowned farms and wine producers, see their cellars and taste excellent wines! You will have a wonderful wine-extra virgin olive oil tasting, a small cooking class for kids and a superb light lunch!

Out on the plains of Panzano, Samuela and Paolo´s farm produces Chianti wine and extra virgin oil. They grow vegetables and here in the beautiful fields and vineyards of Tuscany, they make everything by hand (from grapes and olive harvest to wine labeling or vegetables growing!).

At the farm you will make a wonderful wine tasting, cooking class and food pairing (3 red wines, including super Tuscans, different appetizers made of vegetarian hot flans, crispy baskets with vegetables and cheeses, 1 firts course-lasagne or spaghettoni with guanciale meat-, 1 passito sweet wine with bisquits). At the end you visit the wine cellar going even more in depth with your knowledge of the wine world!

The nice tour will proceed around the beautiful villages of Chianti following the route of Badia a Passignano, San Donato in Collina, Castellina in Chianti with their ancient castles, hidden among green hills and surrounded by vineyards and olive groves!

Back to Florence at around 4.00pm

Lunch INCLUDED. Dinner at leisure.


In alternative:



Breakfast, meeting with your private driver and tour escort and tour of Lucca and Pisa! (around 6 hours).

Before arriving, you will stop in a wonderful winery and farm producing extra virgin olive oil and wine.

In a privileged position, surrounded by pines and cypresses, you will find the Fattoria. In an idyllic setting, crops grow interspersed with tree-lined avenues that converge towards the eighteenth century Villa.

The farm extends over 70 hectares and this morning you will visit the cellars of preservation and bottling, the wine-making and oil conservation rooms, the canes for drying grapes and the kegs for the aging of the Vin Santo.

The Farm family still lives in the historic Villa of the 1500s. The scenarios of the Farm have hosted various films and advertisements.

After the visit in a wonderful panorama, you will have a great tasting/light lunch made of pecorino cheese, salami, seasonal side dishes, bruschette with extra virgin olive oil matched with 4 wines! The native vines combined with the French vines that you will taste are: Merlot, Syrah, Cabernet; Roussanne (DOC Montecarlo), Sauvignon, Semillon, Pinot, and the very interesting native vine Vermentino.

Later transfer towards Lucca always assisted by your native tour escort.

Surrounded by well-preserved ramparts, layered with history, alternately quaint and urbane, Lucca charms its visitors. Though it hasn´t been involved in a war since 1430, it is Italy´s most impressive fortress city, encircled by a perfectly intact Renaissance wall. The wall is enjoyed like a community roof garden by locals and is ideal for a laid-back bike ride. It´s simply a uniquely human and undamaged, never-bombed city. Romanesque churches seem to be around every corner, as do fun loving and shady piazzas filled with soccer-playing children. Locals say Lucca is like a cake with a cherry filling in the middle…every slice is equally good.

Later transfer towards Pisa.

Here you will have time (with your tour leader) to stroll around the famous Miracle square and visit the leaning tower.

The Piazza del Duomo ("Cathedral Square") is a wide, walled area at the heart of the city of Pisa, recognized as one of the main centers for medieval art in the world.

Partly paved and partly grassed, it is dominated by four great religious edifices: the Duomo, the Leaning Tower (the cathedral´s campanile), the Baptistry and the Camposanto. It is otherwise known as Piazza dei Miracoli ("Square of Miracles").

This name was created by the Italian writer and poet Gabriele d´Annunzio who, in his novel Forse che si forse che no (1910) described the square in this way: L’Ardea roteò nel cielo di Cristo, sul prato dei Miracoli. which means: "The Ardea rotated over the sky of Christ, over the meadow of Miracles." 

Back to your accommodation in Florence.

Lunch INCLUDED. Dinner at leisure.




Morning optional active lesson of fresco making!

This morning, after a brief introduction on the history and technique of the fresco, touching all the materials of this fantastic technique by hand... we enter "the fresco" mood!

We put on an apron, goggles and gloves and spread the first layer of mortar: the curl.

While waiting for the curl to dry, we design our work of art! We make a preparatory drawing.

Then we get prepared for the second layer of mortar: the plaster. Children immediately notice the difference in the drafting of this layer, which is much softer and creamier, and it reminds us... the whipped cream!

Now the preparatory drawing is reported using the engraving technique. With the simple pressure of a pointed instrument, passing along all the lines of our design, we obtained a thin groove in the fresh plaster.

We count up to one hundred, prepare the colors and brushes in hand ... we are ready to paint!

The enthusiasm of the little artists is skyrocketing! All attentive and concentrated they listen to our advices, leaving free rein to creativity and flair.

Afternoon at leisure to relax in Florence!

Lunch at leisure. Dinner at leisure.


POSITANO , 3 nights



Breakfast and check out from your accommodation in Florence. Private transfer from Florence hotel to Florence Rail Station by private van.

Direct train transfer from Florence to Naples by bullet train, the mythic Frecciarossa or Italo – speed more or less 196 miles per hour

Private transfer from Naples towards Positano with a 2hrs stop in Pompeii. Meeting with your private guide (who is also an archeologist and will involve kids in his special job making the visit interactive) and guided kids friendly visit of the historical ruins! (tickets and private guided visit included).

Pompeii is the most compelling archaeological site in Europe, and its appeal goes beyond tourism. Much of its value lies in the fact that it wasn’t simply blown away by Vesuvius: rather it was buried under a layer of lapilli (burning pumice stone), as Pliny the Younger describes in his celebrated account of the eruption.

You will also pass through Vesuvius mountain, and your driver will explain all the story of this famous volcano!

Check in at your accommodation in Positano/Praiano, room with sea view in bed and breakfast treatment.

Late afternoon/evening at leisure in Positano/Praiano/Ravello!

Lunch at leisure, dinner at leisure.



Breakfast and mini group tour by boat of the Amalfi Coast! 10.00am - 4.30pm (maximum 12 participants). Meeting point in front of Hotel Covo dei Saraceni (Positano).

A boat tour on the Amalfi Coast will give you and the kids the opportunity to discover the Divine Coast in all its peculiar beauty and secret details that you would never be able to see from the land.

The spectacle of this shoreline, one of the most beautiful in the Tyrrhenian Sea, cannot be explained with simple words. It will leave you breathless for the wild and imposing aspect of the limestone hills covered with olive trees and Mediterranean vegetation.

Sudden torrents plunge straight into the crystal clear sea and incredible fjords, such as the Fjord of Furore embraces a strip of sea creating an oasis of rare beauty between the rocks.

During our excursion by boat we will discover many caves, gorges, tunnels and cavities, many of which are still unexplored.

The most famous, the Emerald Grotto, discovered by chance by a local fisherman in 1932, is located at only 5 km from Amalfi, in the enchanting bay of Conca dei Marini. It owes its name to the particular shade of green assumed by the sea reflecting the light that filters through the rocks.

This color depending on weather conditions and time of the day goes from cobalt blue, to turquoise, to emerald green.

From the walls, stalactites and stalagmites of strange shapes jut out, creating an enchanted atmosphere. You will feel like you are in an enchanting place, because this coastline, famous all over the world, is truly unique.

Besides the beauty, carefree and fun, the boat trip will give you unforgettable memories, snapshots of your holiday that you will remember forever.

During the tour we will discover:

  • Praiano
  • The Fjord of Furore
  • Conca dei Marini
  • The Emerald Grotto (optional visit after paying the entrance fee)
  • Amalfi
  • Maiori (according to availability of time)
  • Pandora Cave (according to availability of time)
  • During the tour, optional lunch in a restaurant by the sea with private beach (beachwear suggested).


Details in brief:

• Ports of embarkation / disembarkation: Positano

• We sail along the coast, admiring the many coves and caves

• We pass by Praiano and the Fjord of Furore

• Arrive in Conca dei Marini and optional tour of the Emerald Grotto

• Departure from the Grotto to Amalfi, the ancient Maritime Republic

• Stop at a small freshwater cascade and a cooling swim

• Departure to Maiori and swim in Pandora´s Grotto (time permitting)

• Lunch in a restaurant by the sea with private beach (optional)

• As an alternative to lunch, 2/3 hours free to visit Amalfi and Ravello.


In alternative:


Exploration of the Amalfi Coast by private van (with English speaking driver at your disposal for 6 hours), with stops in Amalfi, Ravello, Conca dei Marini, Praiano, Minori and Maiori!

You will visit Amalfi, Conca dei Marini, Minori-Maiori, Praiano, Ravello. At Pansa patisserie in Amalfi you will taste hand-wrapped chocolates, candied citrus chocolate, and pralines of different tastes; while at De Riso patisserie in Minori you will try the local pastries called "lobsters" filled with cream, the “lemon delights”, the ricotta and pears cake.

In Ravello: I would suggest here a visit to the wonderful Villa Rufolo, a favorite haunt of musicians, artists and poets, where Richard Wagner saw the living image of the garden of his imagination or to Villa Cimbrone, with a fabulous view from the delightful gardens. They’re best admired from the Belvedere of Infinity, an awe-inspiring terrace lined with classical-style statues and busts. The villa was something of a bohemian retreat in its early days and was frequented by Greta Garbo and her lover Leopold Stokowski as a secret hideaway. Other illustrious former guests included Virginia Woolf, Winston Churchill, DH Lawrence and Salvador Dalí.

In Ravello you’ve likely stood and enjoyed the view looking up at the Torre Maggiore. This historic tower dates back to the 13th century when the wealthy Rufolo family called the Villa Rufolo home. Behind the scenes a major restoration project has been going on to open the Torre Maggiore to the public by transforming it into a museum and creating a viewing platform at the top. The project is complete and opens to the public on April 1st!

While Praiano is a popular spot to stay on the Amalfi Coast, many people miss the charming Marina di Praia beach. It’s one of my favorites on the Amalfi Coast! Tucked away in a little cove, the beach has an old world feel with its colorful boats, fishing nets and whitewashed church. You’ll find plenty of beachside restaurants to choose from as well as a walkway carved right into the mountainside. Perfect for a romantic evening stroll hand in hand!

Positano exudes romance. There’s just something especially romantic about it, which is why it is one of the most popular honeymoon and destination wedding spots on the Amalfi Coast. Wander away from the crowds on the main beach over to Fornillo Beach, set in a pretty cove complete with watchtowers and plenty of sunbeds and umbrellas for a relaxing day at the beach. You can also enjoy the romantic setting at their Michelin-starred restaurant La Sponda or enjoy cocktails the

stylish Franco’s Bar.

"Conca dei Marini" takes its name from the proximity to the sea and the knowledge of sailors of navigation techniques. Formerly colonized by the Romans, it had a significant position in the second Punic war. After the fall of the Western Roman Empire, taking advantage of its proximity to Amalfi, it was of great help to the Maritime Republic. Thus he developed commercial relations with all the peoples of the Mediterranean. Like all the territories of the Amalfi Coast, the economy of Conca dei Marini is mainly based on agriculture and fishing. Worth seeing are the Church of San Giovanni Battista, the Convent of Santa Rosa and the Saracen Tower.

Afternoon at leisure to relax at your resort!

Lunch and dinner at leisure.



Breakfast and mini group tour by boat of Capri island! 9.00am-5.30pm (maximum 30

participants). Nice walk just in front of Covo dei Saraceni, from which the tour will start!

A beautiful Capri boat tour is the best way to explore this wonderful island of limestone origin, the "blue" island, the pearl of the Campanian archipelago, famous all over the world.

The Isle of Capri is a living fairy tale for its wild nature and the spectacular views it gives to attentive visitors. Although it is a land that has been visited since Roman times, even Augustus and Tiberius chose it as a refuge, it is also the favorite holiday destination of VIPs from all over the world, who have often chosen to buy a house and live here.

Today you will discover the most scenic spots, famous and photographed, but you will also enjoy the unexpected beauty of hidden spots which are unexplored, small coves where we can stop for a swim in the outstanding cobalt blue waters!

During the tour we will discover:

  • The Faraglioni
  • The Blue Grotto (optional visit after paying the entrance fee, € 13,00 per person).
  • The Green Grotto
  • Punta Tragara
  • The Natural Arch
  • The White Grotto
  • Marina Piccola
  • The Marvelous Grotto

On board you will be offered some prosecco, typical cakes and music!

Details in brief:

• Ports of Embarkation / disembarkation: Amalfi, Praiano, Positano

• We sail to Capri and cross the Pass of Tiberius.

• Arrival at the port of Marina Grande in Capri.

• Free time for a tour of the Isle of Capri (we provide you with a map and suggested itinerary)

• Meeting at the Port of Marina Grande at the agreed time

• Departure and complete tour of the Island with a stop at the Blue Grotto and optional visit, fee required (weather permitting).

• Navigation and route to the Green Cave with its beautiful emerald green waters.

• Stop in one of the many bays of Capri and swim in the beautiful cool and crystal clear waters.

• Crossing of the Faraglioni (The magic guardians of Capri), the White Cave, Villa Malaparte and

the Natural Arch.

• Stop at a scenic spot with a tasting of typical cakes and Prosecco.

• Return to Positano in the late afternoon.

Afternoon at leisure to relax at your resort!  Lunch at leisure, dinner at leisure.


In alternative:


Fishing tour in Capri – small group experience

Around 7:30 am transfer from the hotel to the port of Marina Grande in Sorrento.

Boarding and start of the excursion along the Sorrento Peninsula. We will pass in front of the remains of the Roman villa of Pollio Felice, the Marina di Puolo, Massa Lubrense and Mitigliano.

Once in Capri we will admire the majestic White Grotto, the Faraglioni rocks and the iconic villas by the sea. Finally it’s time to fish! We will take care of everything, providing you with fishing equipment and baits. Disembark in Capri, have time  at leisure to relax.

Back on board we will let you taste our food specialties. The tour continues with a refreshing swim in the crystal clear waters of Capri, passage to the Green Grotto and the Lighthouse of Punta Carena, and then take the route to Sorrento.

The tour ends around 16:00 and take you back to the hotel.

Or a similar experience with a professional snorkeling scuba guide in that enchanting sea!





Breakfast and check out from your accommodation in Positano. Your Hotel staff will kindly keep luggage for you during the morning to make you explore the area or just relax by the sea in Positano!

In alternative, you can decide to visit a local farm in Positano, where kids can see how mozzarella cheese is made and taste it!

Your private driver will then pick you up at around 3.00pm. To take you to your accommodation in Rome Fiumicino.

Check in (late afternoon) at your accommodation in Fiumcino, one family room in only bed treatment.

Lunch at leisure, dinner at leisure.


DAY 12 | Friday – GOODBYE!!!

Breakfast and check out from your hotel in Fiumicino.

Shuttle (organized by your accommodation and included in the price) from your accommodation toward Fiumicino airport, on time for your flight.