Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Naples Shore Excursion: Naples City Hop-on Hop-off Tour. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
This is an excellent way to get to know where the tourist spots are. Rome is very confusing, busy with car, motorcycle, bus, cabs, etc. You are supplied headsets which give you lots of information about the different tourist spots. I recommend using this on your first day of Rome to get acquainted with the city.
The guide was excellent , very professional. Take the tour with the guide rather than audio.
The bus is really neat, if you compare with other hop-on-hop-off buses, this is really stands out. The staff are great.
It was just what we wanted from our Hop on and Off in Naples. We got to see the city without the hassle of a big tour. No problems as we had already figured out it is a Big Red Bus that says Hop on Hop Off. Our earlier tour was a bit frustrating as we did not know which tour bus was Viator Tours.
A great way to familiarize yourself with the city and the top sites!
It took us almost an hour to find the stop for the bus it was not well explained. But other than that ir was very nice
A great introduction to the city and what there was to see. We did the city tour in the morning, making two stops, and the Bay of Naples tour in the afternoon, staying on. The shoreline tour was well worth the ticket price on its own, with beautiful views, including the classic one looking towards Vesuvius. The sound system mostly worked well, some of the connections were a little loose.
overall good value to see the city, but buses run not very frequently. Very close to the cruise port and most tourist attractions
I stayed on the bus for two different tours around the city. The Hop-on Hop-off is the way to go in getting an overall view of the city. With time permitting, you can hop off at different attractions. This bus allowed one hour at each attraction. The only complaint would be that the tour assistant was on her cell phone most of the trip instead of interacting with the customers.