Transfer sightseeing Transfer-sightseeing offer to our clients the possibility to travel to their destination with stops along the way by visiting the several sites located in our beautiful region: an nice way to make the best of your time while travelling. For airport transfersexemple: if you travel from Naples to Positano, olong your route you will fine nice sites to visit as Pompeii, Herculaneum, Mt. Vesuvius and Sorrento. to visit this sites during your transfer will let you save time.
Sightseeing Transfers from/to Florence or Rome to Naples and Amalfi coast
Italy Tours: sightseeing transfers Who said a transfer has to be always the same? Why not transform a simple transfer into a short quality tour of Italy? For clients traveling to or from Tuscany to Milan, Venice, Rome, Naples, Lake Como and other main Italian Cities and they need long distance transfers this is a beautiful alternative to routine travel. We provide an exclusive way of trasportation, and we include sightseeing stops on the way. All of this is naturally done respecting the individual time schedule as well as personal preferences.
In using a train from city to city one has to take into account the time and cost involved to transfer from the hotel to the departure station, the train ride itself, including dealing with luggage and upon arrival the transfer from the station to the new hotel. By the time you checkin it, the day is basically gone. Using a Sightseeing Transfer will give the clients the opportunity to kill two birds with one stone by visiting some of the italian treasure cities on the way to or from Florence, Rome, Naples and another destination. To the south ideal options could be Orvieto, Tivoli, Cassino, Caserta, Naples, Mt. Vesuvius, Herculaneum Pompeii, Stabia Villas, Cellar Wine on Mt. Vesuvius and much more. . We are just giving a few examples but Sightseeing Transfer can be composed in endless ways. The selections don’t necessarily have to be strict or preset. They can also be diecided on the spot according to the passengers’ intersts.