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Positano view from the beach during a Tour & Excursion day

Panoramic photo from Positano beach on the Amalfi Coast in a Tour & Excursion day.

Positano Dream Limousine provides a great selection of Tour and Excursion, to meet your specific demands.

Lose yourself into the Italian traditions visiting the Pottery Museum, finding out the secret recipy of Buffalo Mozzarella and enjoying Italy with a unique wine tour!

Here you can find the travel packages and choose the one that fits better your needs.


Pompeii – Amalfi – Ravello (full day)                                         Napoli (full day)

Pompeii – Wine tour – Herculaneum (full day)                        Caserta Reggia (full day)

Vietri – Paestum – Buffalo Mozzarella Tour (full day)            Pompeii (half day)

Pompeii – Vesuvius – Sorrento (full day)                                   Amalfi – Ravello (half day)

Pompeii – Herculaneum – Vesuvius  (full day)                         Pompeii (half day)



Moreover, you can easily design your trip. Just contact us by email or phone.

Positano Dream Limousine is at your disposal for every needs and will guarantee the highest confort and relax for an unforgettable holiday in one of the most beautiful places in the world, full of history and artistic beauties.

Come here and discover awesome landascapes with us!



Pompeii Amphitheater

A panoramic view of the amphitheater of Pompei

Pompeii is an archeological site located near the base of the Mount Vesuvius. In its early history, it was one of the “Dodecapoli”, the twelve cities of the Etruscan League. In 80 BC, it was conquered by the Roman Republic. In 62 AD there was a devastating earthquacke, a forerunner of the Vesuvio’s eruption that occurred in 79 BC. Pompeii, along with Herculaneum and many villages of the sourronding areas were mostly destroyed and buried under ash and pumice. Evidence of the disaster came from a surviving letter written by Plinius the Younger who was there during the eruption and described the death of his uncle Plinius the Elder. Due to ash solidification, ruins of Pompeii were well preserved for almost two thousand years and in 1997 it was declared Unesco World Eritage Site.




Landscape from Ravello

Ravello, a view of the Amalfi Coast from Villa Cimbrone

Founded in the 5th century AD, Ravello is a small town situated above the Amalfi coast at an altitude of almost 315 m. Due to its position, it was a shelter against the barbarian invasions which marked the end of the Western Roman Empire and afterwards an important craft and trading center.Ravello reached its greatest splendor in the 9th century AD, when it was an important town of the Maritime republic of Amalfi and Salerno Principaility. During this period Ravello greatly increased demographically mostly thanks to the prestigious production of wool and its trading power with Bisanzio and the other Mediterranean communities. In 1086 AD at the request of the son of the Norman knight Roberto il Guiscardo, duke of Calabria and Puglia and conqueror of Sicily, Ravello became a site of the Diocese, in order to counterweight thr growing power of Amalfi. Ravello is absolutely a charming and cozy treasure to discover thanks to the prestige of ancient aristocratic villas, like Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo, the pictoresque Auditorium Oscar Niemeyer , the elegance of small churches and the breath-taking view of the sea panorama.



Cathedral of St. Andrew in Amalfi

Cathedral of St. Andrew in Amalfi

Founded by ancient Romans, Amalfi was the first capital of the Maritime Republics, competing against Pisa Venezia and Genoa for Meditterean power and control. Amalfi’s emblem is still today in the Italian Navy flag.  Amalfi’s greatest splendor was during the 11th century AD, before falling under Norman supremacy. Moreover, in 1137 Pisa, its commercial rival, sacked the city and afterwards in 1343 it was almost destroyed by a violent seequake.  Amalfi was a flourishing center of paper manufacture thanks to the hand-made thick paper called Charta Bambagina, made since Middle Age in the city. Still today there are two ancient paper mills and in order to celebrate this tradition was established in the city center the Museum of Handmade Paper.  In 1997, the Amalfi coast was listed as Unesco World Eritage Site.  Thanks to its variety and cultural contamination, beautiful buildings stand out among Amalfi’s landmarks. The Saint Andrew Dom is a perfect example of that. Predominantly of Arab-Norman Architectural style, it has been remodeled several times and it is the outcome of different buildings, a melting pot of main architectural and artistic styles of its time.



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giugno: 2023

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