Pompeii is a mystical place where time suddenly stood still, leaving it to slumber on for since that fateful day almost two thousand years ago. Pompei is a slice of everyday life abruptly halted and suspended for all time by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in the summer of 79 AD, which buried the ancient city, the home to many of Imperial Rome’s nobles and wealthy elite, under a deep layer of ash and pumice.
Some kilometres to the south are Positano and Amalfi, two of the most picturesque small towns on the Amalfi Coast and world-renowned for their captivating charm.
Travelling by car is probably the most comfortable way to experience the historical and artistic importance of these small towns that attract thousands of tourists every year.
A tour which begins in Rome and takes in Pompeii, Positano and Amalfi could be just the thing for those looking for the best way to get to know more about Italy and some of the most beautiful places in the south. During such a tour, with plenty of stops and in total comfort, you will be able to admire unique views and places where history, natural beauty and art blend and captivate at first glance.