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Roma Ciampino Airport Transfer

When you’re flying from/to Ciampino Rome Airport, All Around Italy is your primary choice.
Our premiere quality service and English-speaking staff will take care to accomodate all your comforts. We can pick you up at the airport and drive to any location in Rome: hotels, restaurants, sightseeings, museums… We know them all!
And as any of our private exclusive transfers, the Ciampino Rome Airport Transfer works both ways. Contact us today with your pick up location and we’ll contact you shortly to arrange your trip.

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Ancient Ostia Tour

Duration: 3-6 hrs.
Location: Walk through the decumanus maximus; Excavations with roads, temples, mosaics, warehouses and ruins.

When you are in Rome for a vacation and you wish to experience the beauty of the Roman countryside, a Private Excursion of Ancient Ostia is a MUST DO! This tour will take you through 2 millenniums of uncontaminated history. The ancient promenade across what was once called The Little Pompeii is a continuous discovery of Roman houses, offices and entertainment buildings. You will, in fact, walk through the decumanus maximus which constitutes the continuation of the ancient Via Ostiense connecting from Porta Romana to Porta Pia. Ruins still show the grandeur of the Empire, being a major military, naval and commercial center after Emperors constructed an artificial seaports. The main attractions in Ancient Ostia are the excavations where you can see roads, temples, mosaics, warehouses and ruins of an ancient roman city, and still the magnificent castle of Pope Julius II and the little medieval hamlet built around it.You will also discover the Augustus Theatre with the Corporazioni Square sitting behind it. This is a large square once dedicated to Cerere a goddess of abundance and prosperity. You will discover these and many other world renown beauties with All Around Italy. Don’t hesitate, contact us now to get a personalized quote based on all the features you wish to add to this tour.


Thing That You Do Not Know About The Tower of Pisa

While the Leaning Tower of Pisa is a truly global tourist phenomenon known to one and all, there are various queer oddities about the structure which even some of the locals themselves are not really aware of! Let us delve into some of them here which will help you appreciate your tour Toscana even more!

It took nearly 200 years to build!
Yes, the structure that you look at today on your Tuscany tour as the Leaning Tower of Pisa took as many as 200 years to build, with groundbreaking occurring in 1173 while the tower itself was completed in 1372, i.e. 199 years!

It started leaning just 5 years into construction!
In spite of the lengthy construction time span, the Leaning Tower of Pisa actually started leaning merely 5 years into its construction! This leaning is largely attributed to the weak and unstable subsoil which is characteristic of this region.

Galileo dropped two cannon balls from the tower!
Somewhat mythical in nature, without definite confirmation of authenticity, it is believed that Galileo dropped two cannon balls of varying masses from atop the tower in order to prove that speed of descent is in fact independent of mass.

The actual architect of the Leaning Tower of Pisa remains a mystery! It is not known for sure as to who was the real architect of the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Over the course of your Toscana tour you will realize that there are various attributions made for the tower’s primary architect, especially to Bonanno Pisano as well as to Guglielmo, but none of these attributions can be confirmed with affirmation.

The current lean is somewhat on purpose!
Over the years, various restoration efforts have meant that the Leaning Tower of Pisa remains fairly stable, without any additional leaning likely, for centuries. However, the current angle of 3.99 degrees at which the tower leans is somewhat on purpose as that is exactly what makes the structure such an attraction for Tuscany travel visitors in the first place! The idea of the Italian administration has essentially been to retain the fact that the tower leans, while preventing further leaning which may eventually lead to the tower toppling off completely.

The Leaning Tower of Pisa in fact a bell tower!
Not many on their holiday Tuscany would know that the Leaning Tower of Pisa is in fact a bell tower or campanile of the cathedral complex of Pisa.
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Things To See in Pisa Apart From The Tower

If you are planning of visiting Tuscany, for sure you will make you way to view the Leaning Tower of Pisa. However, you should now that there are also many other things to see in Pisa, making this town one of the most interesting sites in the region.Today, I will present some of the many other things you could do, and sites you could visit in Pisa:

Whilst in Miracle’s Square (the complex where the Leaning Tower is also located), you should most definitely make your way to the Baptistery. This is a monument of incredible value, it dates back to the 12th century and is the largest baptistery in the whole of Italy. The architect is Diotisalvi, whilst Nicola Pisano and his son made all sculptures. You will also notice that the top dome, due to lack of money during its construction, is in a different material than the rest of the building. Nonetheless, the Baptistery is a monument of incredible value and I strongly recomment you visit it when in Pisa.

The Duomo, a vast cathedral dating back to the 11th century, is the focal point of the square and should definitely be on your list of of things to see in Pisa. Whilst the exterior of the cathedral is in typical Romanesque style, the interior presents strong byzantine influences. Unfortunately, in 1595 the cathedral was damaged by a fire; on the same year it was redecorated and were placed the bronze doors and, it is believed, also the internal ceiling as you can see them now. It is also interesting to know that it is believed that Galileo formulated in this cathedral his theory about the movement of the Pendulum, watching a incense lamp that was hanging from the ceiling.

One the most relaxing, as well as interesting thing to do in Pisa is a walk along the river. Doing this, you will be able to appreciate all the different streets, bridges, towers and building of great historical value. The most famous streets alongside the river are Lungarno Mediceo and Lungarno Pacinotti; if you are planning of visiting Tuscany during the Summer, a walk here in the evening is a truly magical experience. Amongs the things to see in Pisa there is also a Botanical Garden. During your time in Pisa, you will be able to visit the first, university botanical garden in Europe. It dates back to the 16th century. On its grounds there are several areas dedicated to different specimens; for example, there is an arboretum, a section dedicated to myrtus and an entire greenhouse for succulents. If you are interested in going to this garden, you should plan your visit during a weekday morning. Today, I have talked briefly about some of the interesting things to see in Pisa once you have finished your visit to the Leaning Tower. Have you already been to Pisa? Have visited any of these sites? Let me know leaving a comment below. If instead you have not yet been to Pisa, visit the page of our Private Excursion to Florence and Pisa .

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The Cuisine Of Amalfi

The Amalfi Coast and Amalfi are among the most fascinating areas of Campania and South of Italy. The city of Amalfi was declared an UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997 and is full of beautiful monuments and places to visit. The cuisine of Amalfi is, traditionally, sea food, but you can also find a lot of dishes made with ingredients from the land, such as buffalo mozzarella and, especially, Pizza.

For example, in Pogerola, a hamlet in the highest part of the Costiera, at the restaurant La Carcara, you can enjoy the seasonal cuisine of Amalfi and seafood, like the scialatielli with seafood and lobster paccheri (a type of pasta) while you enjoy a wonderful view of the coast.

Always in Pogerola, for those who don’t have much time and want just to stop only for a sandwich during the tour, you can stop at Gerry’s Pub, where you can taste some excellent wines with the cuisine of Amalfi.

If you prefer meat, you can have lunch at the restaurant La Taverna dei Briganti, where you will be able to taste some great appetizers from the region, such as the Brigante’ mix, and meat grilled with truffle.
For those who did not want to go up to Pogerola, but prefer to enjoy the proximity to the sea, or perhaps visit the Cathedral, also in Amalfi itself you will find excellent restaurants, such as Eolo, where you can enjoy the “end of the world”, a dessert with chocolate .
Always in Amalfi, you can enjoy a lunch at the restaurant Marina Grande, where you can taste some delicious cocktails, homemade bread and fresh fish, perhaps accompanied by a glass of red wine.

If you wish to eat meat, you could sit in the restaurant Da Gemma, and enjoy some meat in a crust or the caponata with porcini mushrooms.

Talking about the cuisine of Amalfi, we can’t forget the lemon and many derived products, such as many kinds of limoncello, a liqueur produced by maceration of lemon peels in alcohol.

The lemon variety typical of the area is called Sfusato Amalfitano and is also used to produce a variety of sweets such as lemon cakes in many variations, profiteroles with lemon cream and ice cream or sorbet, of course! There are also other types of dishes prepared with this particular citrus, such as lemons baked with mozzarella and spaghetti with lemon.

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The Best Things To Do For Free in Rome

Some of the best things in life are free and Rome is no exception. Indeed, you can visit some of Rome’s must-see sites without stressing your wallet! Here are the five best things to do in Rome for free:

Baroque Rome was a time of great development in the city, resulting in some of Rome’s best-known sites. The most popular site from this era is the massive Trevi Fountain (Fontana di Trevi). The works of Rome’s most prolific Baroque-era sculptor, Gian Lorenzo Bernini, can also be enjoyed at many piazzas in the city center. Piazza del Popolo and Saint Peter’s Square (Piazza San Pietro) boast some of Rome’s oldest and largest Egyptian obelisques and are well worth a visit.

Rome is home to countless gorgeous churches that are free to enter. They are wonderful places to stop, rest and reflect. (Any place you can enter and sit for free in Rome is priceless.) Entrance to St. Peter’s Basilica (Basilica San Pietro) is free (unless you consider waiting in line a high price to pay) and in the interior is Michelangelo’s iconic statue, the “Pietà”.

3. Simply strolling around is one of the best things to do in Rome for free Absolutely one of the best things to do in Rome for free is simply to stroll around. From Via dei Condotti to the gardens of the Villa Borghese, simply being a part of life in Rome is greatly entertaining. If you really want to liven things up, take a trip over to Rome’s hip neighborhood of Trastevere for a really fun evening.

Normally the Vatican Museums (Musei Vaticani) require a fee, but on the last Sunday of every month, entrance is free from 8:30 am to 2:00 pm. All tours of the Vatican Museums end at the Sistine Chapel (Capella Sistina), home of Michelangelo’s famously painted ceiling. One of the best things to do in Rome for free is to enjoy live music. Live organ and choir concerts take place in Rome’s many churches and Romans celebrate their patron saint days with outdoor festivities.

No visit to Rome is complete without a visit to the massive domed Pantheon. This is by far one of the best things to do in Rome for free. There are other great monuments to visit for free, as well. The Arch of Constantine (Arco di Costantino) and the ruins found at Piazza Argentina are fascinating spots to visit, and you don’t have to pay a penny. If you wish to see this and more of Rome, request a FREE QUOTE for our Private Tour of Classic Rome. My team and I will organize everything for you; you’ll just have to enjoy your day. Have you already been to Rome? What was your favorite site. Let me know leaving a comment below!

The Best Food in Assisi

Assisi in Perugia, Umbria is clearly known for landmark churches, especially the Basilica of San Francesco d’Assisi, a World Heritage Site, given the fact that Assisi is in fact the birthplace of St. Francis but in spite of all the historic attractions which dot the landscape of this magnificent town which was ravaged by two devastating earthquakes in 1997, it is food which remains a prime draw here. Keeping that spirit in mind, let us look at the best foods in Assisi which you can relish while you are visiting.

Pizza, the Italian staple, is something which you can particularly cherish while on your guided tour of Assisi. Remember that specific to Assisi, there is plentiful variety on offer with regard to the pizzas which are available here, with the pizzerias here leaving no stone unturned to ensure that they offer nothing but the best pizzas. We particularly recommend going to Finnegans Pub in front of Piazza Matteoti where you can enjoy an awesome variety of delicious pizzas at really affordable prices. Pizza is definitely one of the best foods in Assisi!

Coffee is again something which you can enjoy across Italy and Assisi is no different. Here in this relatively small and quaint little town, you can easily enjoy an exotic variety of coffees which come with quite an affordable price tag. We suggest heading to Il Baccanale at Assisi Centre where you will relish some really exotic coffee along with numerous kinds of preserves and sweets.

Cheese is again something which Italy is well known for; Assisi prides itself in the fantastic variety of cheese which it has on offer across its numerous eateries. Specific to Assisi and the eateries there, we would recommend going to Terra Umbra where you can try out an exotic variety of cheeses and also pick up ones you like, say for your picnic outing on your tour of Assisi.

Can wine ever be left out when it comes to foods in Italy. Certainly not and Assisi is no exception at all. Here we present not only the best foods in Assisi, but also the best Wines! We recommend going to the Sportoletti winery where you can not only see and taste some really ravishing varieties of wines, you can also purchase the ones which you find endearing the most. Clearly, when it comes to foods in general, there is simply no way that Assisi will disappoint you in any way!

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Rome Best Hidden Gems

As you go about your Rome tour sure you would be taken to any of the numerous landmarks the city is all too well known for but at the same time did you know that there are many hidden gems in this historic city which many tour operators as well as experienced travellers often miss out on? Well, at All Around Italy, that is not something which we want you to end up doing and that is the reason we present to you the following listing of Rome’s best hidden gems.

Borghese Galleries:
Borghese Galleries is a beautiful Roman villa laden with plentiful exquisite Italian sculptures and paintings. Unfortunately, most common tour operators give Borghese Galleries a miss while taking tourists on their private tours of Rome but that is clearly something which we do not want you to do! So while on your tour to Rome make sure that you do not miss out on Borghese Galleries.

Trastevere is a part of Rome which is again ignored by a lot of the Roman tour operators. Somehow they seem to have arrived at this conclusion that a private tour of Rome need not include a visit to Trastevere but we would seriously differ on any such opinion. Rather we would go to the extent of saying that while in Rome you must visit Trastevere where you can bask in the glory of trendy bars, Largo Argentina, the Campo De Fiori, the Piazza Santa Maria, as well as the Tiber Island among many other beautiful sights.

Some really beautiful sights:
Many private tour guides in Rome miss out on the plentiful beauties that dot the landscape of the city. As part of our endeavour to ensure that you do not miss out on any of these places – or at least the significant ones, we recommend that you do visit gems such as the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain, and the Spanish Steps, among many others.

Hidden Restaurant Gems:
With its abundance of eateries, no doubt private tours of Rome Italy will take you to some really special restaurants where you can feast yourself on some of the most delectable Italian food you may ever have savoured in your life. But at the same time it is also true that when it comes to Italian restaurants in the city, there are many which some of the most experienced and knowledgeable tour Rome guides are also unaware of. As a cue, head towards da Loreto Trattoria in Corso Vittorio Emanuele II – a place which we particularly recommend!

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Rome in Numbers

Day tours, Rome, Roman ruins As you will realize for yourself on your Rome private tour Italy’s capital Rome is no doubt a mega city with a lot to offer to every visitor or resident. So are there some particular numerical statistics which can be thrown up and tossed around – which would further substantiate the grandiose nature of the city. Let’s find out!

Population in Numbers:
The population of Rome throws up some interesting numbers. Firstly, Rome has a total of 2.8 million residents within city limits which makes it Italy’s biggest city by far. This also makes Rome Europe’s fifth largest city by population after London, Berlin, Madrid and Athens. Also, if we look at the metropolitan population of Rome, we are looking at numbers in the region of 3.2 to 3.8 million people which again make Rome one of the largest metropolitan regions in Europe.

Numbers in History:
On your guided tour of Rome you will find that Rome has one of the most enigmatic histories of any similar city anywhere else in the world, spanning many centuries. For instance, it is known that Rome was established way back in 753 BC – easily one of the oldest cities in human civilization, which means that Rome has been around for more than two and a half thousand years!!

Rome by GaWC Rankings:
GaWC is a think tank network based in the Geography department at Loughborough University in England that stands for Globalization and World Cities Research. Now, GaWC recognizes Rome as a beta+ World City also granting it the tag of world’s 28th most important global city.

Rome by touristic attractions and numbers:
The popularity of Rome as a global touristic destination is of course easily well recognized. Specifically talking in numbers, over the course of our tour of Rome we find that latest estimates suggest it to be the world’s 11th most visited city, while also being the 3rd most visited city in the European Union. Not only that, if we are to look at tourist attractions within Italy, Rome emerges by far as the Number One destination that tourists – both domestic and international, head towards, in Italy. Tourist attractions in Rome throw up additional numbers as well since the Colosseum and the Vatican both come within the purview of some of the world’s most visited sites among all touristic destinations globally.

So in summation, your Rome tour will certainly throw up lots of interesting numbers your way! For a FREE quote on your customized private tour of Rome simply fill up the form below and we will take care of the rest.

Rome By Night

Duration: 2 hrs.
Location: Janiculum Hill, Acqua Paola Fountain, Trevi Fountain
Venezia Square, Mussolini balcony, Vittoriano Monument, the Imperial and Roman Forum, the Colosseum, St. Peter Basilica and square…

Undoubtedly, when it comes to nightlife in Europe as a whole, one of the first places which comes to mind is Rome, with its vibrant and colorful nightlife, pretty much right around the year. This is an aspect which you will notice yourself on your guided tour of Rome thanks to the relatively moderate weather which the city gets to enjoy throughout the year. With us at All Around Italy, you will get to celebrate nightlife in Rome at perhaps its finest, with our night time private tours of Rome including sightseeing of the Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Roman Forum, the Colosseum, Circus Maximus, Castel Sant Angelo, St. Peter Basilica and the “keyhole”, the Gianicolo, Piazza Venezia, as well as Via Veneto. In fact on your private tour in Rome with us you will be in total control of the kind of nightlife that you would like to see and experience. After all, on any Rome private tour from All Around Italy, you will see that we essentially serve as a guiding light, without necessarily resorting to hand holding and pushing you onto predestined sites. Keeping that spirit in mind, once you are on any of the private tours in Rome Italy with us, we would like you to savor Campo de’ Fiori one of Rome’s most picturesque piazzas with a plethora of pubs and bars dotting the entire façade. Then as we continue with our Rome tour you can head towards any of the numerous lanes in the vicinity of the church of Santa Maria Della Pace where you will find bars and cafes which are more upscale and offer a variety of options for food and drink. While on a tour of Rome the area on the left bank of the Tiber River – Trastevere certainly cannot be sidelined, especially since you will find a deluge of entertainment options. Here we would recommend that you head straight towards Ombre Rosse where you can enjoy an authentic Roman experience out in the open, with ample food and drink options and live music. Likewise while on a tour to Rome we would also recommend that you head in the direction of Monte Testaccio which in many ways is becoming the center of vibrant nightlife across Rome, with a variety of bars and clubs such as Goth-tinged Akab, Coyote as well as the gay club L’ Alibi.
Ultimately, no matter what sort of a preference you might have for nightlife specific private tours Rome make sure to fill up the form for a customized FREE QUOTE!

This tour start from the lobby of your Hotel. Tour is operated with a comfortable minivan equipped for minimum 2 people max to 8, minivan is driven by a fluent English speaking driving guide.
Also with my vehicles you are driven without restriction for ZTL (Zone Traffic Limited), thus you are driven beside every sites of interest to see, no long walking.
The breathtaking atmosphere of the capital during the night, now far away from the traffic during the day and illuminated by the warmth of the reddish lights that make it stand out details and profiles, is an unforgettable opportunity and a fantastic experience. Seated in the van, you can admire the most important monuments of the “Eternal Lady” dressed up for the night party.
During the tour your driving guide explain the monuments lighted up with warm light, he will bring to live historical events, telling you funny or tragic stories and anecdotes related the venues you see. This tour includes a drive to sites like Janiculum Hill with its breathtaking view of the city and its Baroque monumental fountain Paolina, in town you can stop to see the most famous Trevi fountain. Your night tour continue to Piazza Venezia the center of the modern city where you can admire the famous Mussolini balcony, The Vittoriano monument, a drive by the Via dei Fori Imperiali you can see the Imperial and Roman Forum, the background of via dei fori is the mighty Colosseo. Driving around the Colosseo you see the palatine hill, where the city of Rome was founded, few steps and you reach the famous Circus Maximus and the Tiber with its Tiberina island, few minutes of driving and you reach The Vatican where you can admire the largest Basilica in the world and S. Peter square to end the tour. The night tour includes some hilites you certainly saw during the day, definitively you see a different Roma at night, you bet! Night tour is of about 2 hour from pick up to drop off at your Hotel.

The price of transfer, day/night tour or shore excursion includes the cost of the private vehicle, driver, gas, road tolls, parking fees and taxes. It does not includes entrance fees to sites, private guides for museums or archaeological sites or walking tours, the cost of lunch, gratuity for your driver and for the guide. The tour sequence may be changed due to clients need, local problem or traffic problem, but always covering the sights mentioned with tour description and time frame. Please understand we receive several request and the tour is sold to the first customer that buy it (after filled up properly the reservation form). The request via email does not entitle priority for booking.


Rome And the November Film Festival

Rome, Flaminio, Movie Film Festival
The Rome Film Festival is a movie Festival planned for November 2013. With All Around Italy you will discover the City of Rome and the Film Festival, that will take place at the Auditorium Parco della Musica, designed by the famous Italian architect Renzo Piano. You will have a choice of seven movie theatres (Santa Cecilia, recently moved from this area from the Vatican, the Sinopoli, Petrassi, Studio 3, Teatro Studio, the Multiplex cinema Barberini and the Auditorium MAXXI at the National Museum of XXI Century Arts) and will be able discover 2620 movies from 76 countries. The Official Selection of the Film Festival consists in a Competition dedicated to international movies, an Out of Competition section with a selection of 2013 gala screenings, the Cinema XXI competitive section, dedicated to some new trends in cinema across the world and, finally, the Prospettive Doc Italia competition, about new ways in Italian documentary filmmaking. The independent sidebar “Alice nella città” will arrange a programme of films for the youngest movie-goers.

For example, you will be able to watch the new film by Indian experimental filmmaker Amit Dutta, “The Seventh Walk”, shot in the Kangra Valley, and chosen to be the closing film of Cinema XXI, the part of the Festival dedicated to new trends in international cinema.

Alternatively, you can do an immersion in the Italian culture and history, with “Seaside holidays” by Ermanno Cavazzoni, as well as some movies about Fellini, one of the most famous Italian filmmakers, who lived and worked in Rome for many years, producing a lot of movies.

The tour continues with “Alice nella città” the part of the Film Festival planned for the young people, with, amongst others, “South is Nothing”, shot in the South of Italy. However, around the Music Park there are a lot of places to see in the beautiful Rome. In this area, very close to the Parco della Musica, is based the Maxxi, the modern and contemporary art gallery of Rome, with both collection exhibitions and a lot of temporary exhibitions, such as, “Jan Fabre. Stigmata” and “Happy Moms” by Daniele Puppi.

Nonetheless, even for those people who don’t like arts, in this area there is the Villa Glori Park, called “Parco della rimembranza” or Memory Park, where you can enjoy a stroll while eating a gelato.
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Ravello Best Historic Sites

On your Amalfi Coast tour you will easily notice that Ravello as a town is simply stooped in history; there is so much on offer to see and experience. Accordingly, let us look at some of Ravello’s best historic sites which we feel are an absolute must visit while you are in this part of Italy.

One of Ravello’s best historic sites…the entire town itself!
Yes! Since Ravello as a whole has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, we would somewhat jocularly state that the whole town is very much a site in itself to view and bask in! Of noteworthy mention here would be the historic centre of the town of Ravello; there is so much that you can see over here alone. Additionally, there are numerous eateries around these parts where you can savour fine Italian food and wine with complete glee.

Duomo or Cathedral of Ravello:
Among the numerous things to see, one of Ravello’s best historic sites that you should not miss on your private tour would be the Cathedral of Ravello, referred to locally as the Duomo. Not to be missed is the Pulpit of the Gospels contained within the cathedral.

Beautiful, Stunning Villas:
No Amalfi Coast tour can really be considered complete if you haven’t seen the villas around these parts especially the ones in Ravello. Specific to the town, the villas you must take a look at would include Villa Cimbrone known for its seemingly infinite terrace and Villa Rufolo built by none other than Nicola Rufolo.

San Giovanni del Toro church:
San Giovanni del Toro church or Church of Saint John of the Bull is a beautiful church with the Bove pulpit and mosaic fragments which together make it one of Ravello’s best historic sites.

Gardens of Ravello:
On your Vesuvio Naples tour you will find that Ravello is just as well recognized for its beautiful gardens. Among them, ones which you must definitely visit would include those inside the villas mentioned above, viz. Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo.

Palazzo Confalone:
A final attraction of Ravello which deserves a special mention would be the Palazzo Confalone or Palace Confalone; there is a lot which you can see and experience over here, so don’t miss out on this unique Italian architectural marvel in Ravello, while on your transfer Naples to Sorrento tour.

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