Join us on this classic journey from Rome to explore this treasure of the Mediterranean. Capri Island– the muse to poets, painters, and musicians will charm you
Luggage: One piece of hand luggage per person. Operating dates: This tour does not operate in fall and winter (September-February). Language: English, Spanish, German, and French. Weather: If it’s not possible to access to the Blue Grotto due to weather conditions, you’ll be taken by boat to the Faraglioni Rocks. If weather conditions don’t allow this boat tour, there will be an excursion on the island.
Tour duration: full day
Leaving Rome, you’ll travel south, passing through Roman countryside and the Castelli Romani. In Naples, you’ll see the Mediterranean, Mount Vesuvius, and countless historic sites.
After a 1-hour ferry trip, you’ll be on the island of Capri. Discover the charming beauty of the island with our enthusiastic tour guide.
Enjoy a delicious traditional lunch before you explore the island’s famous alleys and the Piazzetta. You’ll visit the Blue Grotto, named for the blue reflection caused by sunlight shining into the sea cave.
After an afternoon touring Capri, you’ll return to Rome via Naples, arriving back in the evening.
6:45 AM - Meet in front of Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri (near Metro A line stop Repubblica) 15 minutes before departure.
7:00 AM - Departure for Naples
Travel to Capri by ferry boat
Early afternoon - Lunch
Mid-afternoon - Explore Capri
Return to Naples by ferry
Evening - Return to Rome.
Tour ends at via Enaudi Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri near metro A line stop Reppublica and Termini Station (Metro A and B)
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Starting time: 6:45 AM
Meeting point: Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri (Metro A Line, Repubblica stop or Metro B Line, Termini stop).
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via Vittorio Emanuele Orlando 95, opposite the St Regis Hotel
39 06 474 2501 (6:30 AM -8:00 PM - 365 days)