23/08/2019 · By Katie Shaw
To celebrate experiences that bring Italy to life, here are a few of our favourite unique activities that truly take you to the heart of this beguiling country.Read more
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2021 Tour code: ICS21
About the tour
Explore the Amalfi Coast, without a doubt one of Europe's most visually stunning regions. Starting with two nights in Rome, we continue to Sorrento, a pretty town surrounded by fragrant lemon orchards and the gateway to Capri, the Amalfi Coast and the lost city of Pompeii.
We meet at our London St Pancras Departure Office and board the Eurostar to Paris. From here, we change trains and head to Chambéry, where we spend the night, enjoying dinner in a local restaurant. We travel by rail to Rome on Day 2. The city is a feast for the senses, from its fountains and public gardens to its intimate cafés filled with the scent of Italian coffee. The most famous sights here are a wonder to behold.
On Day 3, our day in Rome begins with a guided tour, during which we take in sights including the Roman Forum and theatrical Trevi Fountain. Later, you're free to spend your afternoon savouring the sights and sounds of Rome. Visit St Peter's Basilica and the Vatican museum, stroll through the atmospheric streets, ascend the monumental Spanish Steps or relax in one of Rome's many squares with a coffee or ice-cream. With its abundance of history and culture, Rome offers something to suit every taste.
Enhance your holiday
100% of travellers would recommend this tour
Based on 16 verified reviews
Mr P West
thoroughly enjoyable holiday
Mr M Godbee
We prefer train to plane but dragging cases and long stints a minor minus. Generlly good though a failure to book a different train home could have been a problem
When you walk into breakfast in Sorrento and see Mount Vesuvius through the panoramic windows how can a holiday be improved. The holiday met everything it said it would.
I thought that it was a very well organised tour. The Tour Manager was excellent, with nothing too much trouble. Hotels and tours were very good.
Mr A Skidmore
Were not particularly impressed with Hilton Sorrento Palace.
Mr E Keal
Well led by a helpful guide. All went well except for French Rail strke and the weather which was not up to Italian expectations. Very interestin historically of course but cloud cover precluded us from enjoying the scenery.
Southern Italy’s most impressive coastline by train