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The Amalfi drive is amazing! I hadn't done it for about thirty years and it was just as good as I remembered it. We had a fantastic driver that made my wife and I feel safe, even though the road is notoriously hair-raising. There were...More
We had originally planned to spend our day climbing Vesuvius but found out we couldn't due to all the recent fires. Luckily, we stopped to speak to Michela at one of the info points and she suggested going on the tour of the Amalfi Coast....More
This tourism service has given us an adventure like no other. All the workers work very hard to expose you to the beauty surrounding Naples & do all in their power to make sure that you experience everything fully. One guide, Salvatore, really went far...More
There are many tourism stands that tend to attempt to rip you off with overly priced tours and such. Their prices are very reasonable, especially since public transportation was limited, and then only way to get to Amalfi coast, Pompeii (etc.) would be from this...More
Briefly: very poorly organized and over prized tour. Stay away!
We went to their vesuvio trip as they told that pompei was closed for a couple of hours and the trip would take two hours. They sold the trip with a promise of a guided...More
While we didn't do a tour with an actual person, but we did get an audio guide around Pompeii from Pompei Service Tours. It was the only real information we were given about the ruins while we were in there. The guide book we got...More
Moving towards the archaeological area of Pompei you ll be certanly approached by one of theyr opearators, as they literally patrol the area around and press whoever is passing trying to capture your attention.
You can even easly disguise them as an official info point...More
We tried their Mt Vesuvious tour. We were not informed in advance that the entrance gate to the top could be closed due to the weather. It was so windy there and even snowing a little. The gate was closed. I think they had a...More
We decided to go up Vesuvius with these guys instead of from Herculaneum as we were already in Pompeii. They took us up (there were no seat belts) and there had been an accident that caused the road up to be closed, so we stopped...More
We consider ourselves to be seasoned independent travellers and made our way to Pompeii by public transport. We visited the official tourist office 1st and were given advice and a map. The kind lady there was unable to give us an up to date guide...More