- Small-group two-hour morning tour of Naples
- Cathedral and Treasure Chapel
- S. Restituta
- Royal Palace and Church of St Francesco di Paula
- Panoramic views from the Posillipo terrace
- Small group ensures personalized attention from your guide
- Narration by a professional driver/guide
- Port pickup and drop-off
- Covered by Viator's worry-free policy: guaranteed on time return to your ship
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What You Can Expect
See the Royal Palace at Plebiscito Square and the stunning neoclassical Church of St Francesco di Paula, its style reminiscent of the Pantheon in Rome. Admire the Baroque design of Treasure Chapel and Santa Restituta Basilica in the impressive Naples Cathedral.
After passing the 13th-century Castel Nuovo, one of the city's most significant landmarks, as well as Town Hall Square, top off your tour at the terrace at Posillipo for panoramic views of the Bay of Naples and beyond.
You will conclude with transportation back to your cruise ship.
Worry-free Shore Excursion:
We will ensure your timely return to Naples for this activity. In the rare event your ship has departed, we will arrange for transportation to the next port-of-call. See our terms and conditions for full details.
good all round short trip,guide was on time at the docks was a taste of naples,excellent value
In two and one-half hours we saw quite a few highlights of Naples.
The cost was approximately 60% less than the cruise ship cast for the similar tour.
We highly recommend this tour. It was stress free.
Nice tour for anyone wanting a quick glimpse of Naples. The visit to the cathedral was very interesting and well explained by our excellent guide.
Being picked up at the port was great. The driver was very good. Our guide was very informative and personable. He showed us some great places and views of Naples. When the tour was over, we chose to stay in town to eat a pizza made in Naples. Our guide pointed out one of his favorite places. We were served a small basket of bread (2.50 Euros) and a tomato and cheese plate (approximately 8 Euros) and we split a pizza we had ordered that cost less than 7 Euros. The house wine was good and cost 3.50 Euros a glass. I would recommend this place but be aware that you may get a couple of extra foods that you did not order but have to pay for. This is NOT Viator or the guides fault and we enjoyed the meal so much we did not have a problem paying for the extra food. If your are visiting Naples this tour is a great wayto spend a couple of hours. was
This tour was also a value for the money. It was basically a short tour of the city in the morning. (We had an afternoon excursion with the cruise line for the afternoon.) The escort was waiting for us at the dock with our name clearly displayed on large placard... easy to find her. Our guide took us to the usual sites, and then to a really nice pastry shop where I had the local specialty. I heard other people negotiating for a taxi tour at the cruise port and it was something like 150 Euros! This tour was almost the same, and costs less.
The provided tour was very informative seeing a beautiful church/museum, panoramic view of the city along with a general city tour. I would recommend this tour to anyone that wants to have a general tour and time to explore on your own.
Enjoyed our small tour of Naples. Guide was excellent, helpful, informative, caring (My wife has some walking difficulties) and amusing too! Pick-up from the ship was efficient but starting trip was held up because other people who booked did not show up and had not informed anyone! Delivery back to cruise ship was also very good. Would try Viator again for cruise destination excursions. Much cheaper than the ships' excursions.
The tour was well designed for people with limited time to see interesting parts of Naples and it was well executed by the guide.
we were pleasantly surprised with our trip, very informative and would certainly consider booking this way again.
Our guide was informative, friendly, and knowledgeable. I would have given 5 stars if the tour was completely in English, though. The guide spent a lot of time talking with the Spanish-speaking tourists they kept asking him questions and he was only responding, but I felt like I was missing out.