Southern Italy is a gigantic region to explore and contains Calabria, Sicily, Campania, Abruzzo, Basilicata, and Apulia provinces. Therefore, this region of Italy has diversity in culture. It has been inhabited by various civilizations, including the Romans, Greeks, Normans, Byzantines, and Arabs. 

Southern Italy offers magnificent views, picturesque beaches, beautiful coastline, amazing coastal islands, and plenty of historic cities and towns. Amalfi coast is recognized as the most beautiful area in Europe. So, a trip to southern Italy has a lot more to offer. To make your trip more adventurous, do not forget to add this place to your plan during your Rome tours.

Why is the Amalfi Coast popular?

Amalfi coast is the most-visited tourist destination due to its beauty. It would appear that it’s straight out of a fantasy. Also, Amalfi Coast is a dazzling coastline in Southern Italy with cliffs that drop directly into the ocean, making a touching association of land, ocean, and sky. What adds to the appeal are the lemon forests unwinding the lavish estates inclining out over the edge. 

Found pretty much two hours from Naples, you will likewise cross the ancient town of Pompeii, which was wrecked after the volcanic emission of Mount Vesuvius. Moreover, the coast itself has various towns, the well-known ones being Sorrento, Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello.

There is a beautiful lovely Cathedral of St. Andrew, situated at the center of the main square with a lovely staircase, the ringer tower in the Arab-Norman style, and the enchanting Cloister of Paradise. The Handmade paper Museum and the Ancients Arsenals are popular places to visit.

Top Places to visit in Amalfi Coast

The coastline has some completely lovely towns that hug the mountains, some glorious seashores, and stunning landscape. Transport to the Amalfi Coast is advanced, and there are a regular bus facility and train services to the most popular tourist destinations. This area has some completely flawless towns brimming with multi-shaded houses, such as Positano, Praiano, and Amalfi.

1. Town of Amalfi

It is the main town in this beautiful region. It has its own cathedral here because it is larger than most settlements. This cathedral is the major tourist point, and the Piazza del Duomo is one of the popular places to visit in Amalfi. The front façade of the cathedral is amazing and covered with a royal striped stonework pattern. You can also explore various nearby shops and take a long walk along the beach.

Town of Amalfi
Town of Amalfi

2. Sorrento

Sorrento is a town on the Amalfi Coast’s northern arm and is prestigious for its delightful landscape and its extent of stunning structures and waterfront strolls. 

Regarding the economy, Sorrento depends vigorously on the travel industry; however, it is likewise famous for its creation of Limoncello. Moreover, Sorrento has two beautiful ports loaded with fishing and cruising and a sequence of public parks. 

The town includes the Correale Museum and the Museo Della TarsiaLignea, which give some interesting antiques and displays in terms of history. 

Sorrento truly is a pearl on the Amalfi coast, and an excursion to this region would not be finished without visiting this historical place.

3. Praiano Gorgeous Views 

Praiano is situated in Amalfi and Positano’s middle and is a less visited town that permits you to enjoy your moments in serene and solace. This town has a mountain range and is a normal Amalfi scene – the houses have lurched on the Cliffside, and the street driving through Praiano twists to and fro until arriving at the small harbor. The captivating town’s scenery is completely shocking, and you can see out to the ocean for a significant distance. 

Along with above-mentioned places, there are many other places too to visit, such as the Island of Capri, the boat ride from Amalfi, GrottaDelloSmeraldo Cave, and more.

Know about Pompeii

Situated close to Naples in Italy, Pompeii takes an entire day to see. If you really have to enjoy your innermost Indiana Jones and visit each building here, plan an extra half-day, if possible.

Let’s discuss some of the main highlights of this place.

1. The Forum Bath

The Forum Baths are the smallest among various bath ruins in Pompeii but are the most graceful. There were separate portions for men and women along with separate entrance. The bath had hot showers all along with cold and lukewarm showers as well.

The Forum Bath
The Forum Bath

2. The Brothel

The ancient lupanar (brothel) is a small house and scenes define a clients may pay for. It represents the ancient porn. These frescoes defined a practical purpose. Its decoration is not clear.

3. The Villas of mysteries

It is situated in the outer part of the main area. The Frescoes here are well-conserved and have an energetic color combination. The frescoes appear to portray a lady going into the commencements for a Greco-Roman puzzle clique.

Apart from these places, you can also explore many other places in Pompeii, such as the House of the Faun, the House of a small fountain, the Stabian Baths, and more.

A full-day trip from Rome to Amalfi Coast & Pompeii- UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Take this amazing Amalfi to Pompeii day trip and discover some beautiful places here. A full day trip to Pompeii’s ancient city and the rocky Amalfi coast is a good investment.  Thus, explore Pompeii excavations with a professional tour guide, and then drive along the Amalfi Coast and enjoy sea views in Positano. 

Travel in a little group of 6 travelers in a cooled minivan with your own English-speaking local area expert. The Pompeii and Amalfi visit from Rome will make your tour memorable and unforgettable. 

This outing will include: 

1.Discover the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Pompeii with an official guide 

2. Enjoy the breathtaking view along the Amalfi Coast 

3. Visit Amalfi, Positano, and Pompeii on your road trip to the Amalfi Coast 

4. Travel with a limit of 6 members by AC minivan

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