Boat-Hopping On The Amalfi Coast: Day Trip from Rome

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13 hours

Max 18

Why take this tour?


  • Get the most out of day trip by taking a high speed train out of Rome to begin your exploration of the Amalfi Coast by sea
  • Cruise the crystal blue waters of the Amalfi Coast on three separate ferry rides, with an expert coordinator to handle all logistics
  • Enjoy free time in the picturesque town of Positano
  • Sample Limoncello and take part in a demonstration at a peaceful, rural lemon grove
  • Browse the pretty souvenir shops of Amalfi town plus the stylish boutiques of Positano
  • Sites Visited
  • Amalfi Coast
  • Positano
  • Amalfi Town
  • Private Lemon Grove
  • Salerno (briefly)
  • Tour Includes
  • Local English-speaking guide
  • Expertly guided tour
  • Train ticket to/from Salerno (high speed)
  • Ferry tickets for 3 Amalfi Coast boats
  • Limoncello tasting and demonstration

An incredible day of town-hopping and limoncello tasting

Free Cancellation

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Latest Reviews

Such a great trip, love the effortless travel, just show up and they take care of everything

This was an amazing small group tour. Our guide, Christina, was outstanding. She was friendly, knowledgeable, and the best tour guide we have had in Italy.

Our excursion to the Amalfi Coast was outstanding. Our guide Federico was friendly, engaging, and knowledgable. It was nice to be able to skip the long lines for the train and ferry and there was a good mix of free time/tour activities. The lemon farm was a truly unique experience. Very memorable!

Worth the money! Everything was well organized. Our tour guide Rhianne did a great job updating us. She was friendly and knowledgeable. The owners of the Lemon Grove we visited were friendly and gave us delicious lemon cake and lemonchello. The towns were busy as expected but enjoyed eating lemon sorbet’s and eating at Chez Black in Postino!! Would love to come back to the Amalfi Coast.

The “boat” part of the experience needs improvement, even if costs/prices increased. The public ferries were crowded and very hot, windows were dirty, many could not be opened. Plus there were long lines to enter and exit the boats, and long waits for arrival and department times. Not sure what options might be viable, but the boat rides and views were highly anticipated and highly disappointing! All else was excellent.

Meeting Point

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Meeting Point
This tour meets inside Termini Train Station, just outside the entrance to the caffè 'Vyta', by the train station access/exit along Via Marsala. Access the station from Via Marsala number 27/ 29. Coming from Via Marsala, 'Vyta'' is the first caffè located on the right handside, as soon as you get inside the station.

Please meet 15 minutes prior to the tour start time.


Is this tour wheelchair accessible?
No. Unfortunately, due to site restrictions we cannot accommodate wheelchairs on this tour. If you use a wheelchair and book this tour by accident, we are happy to offer you credit for a future tour that is wheelchair accessible anywhere in the world, or a full refund.
What if the weather is bad (rain, snow, hail, etc.) on the day of my tour?
Our tours run rain or shine so please dress for the elements. We also ask you to please remember hats and sunscreen if you are taking this tour in the summer as it might be very hot.
Is lunch included?
No. Your guide will give you a few great recommendations for lunch spots and give you plenty of time, but where and what you eat is up to you.
Is it free to swim on this trip?
Yes! The beach is public but the changing facilities cost 50 cents to use.
If I bring a swimming suit can I go for a dip in the sea?
Yes! Although be aware that there is not always a lifeguard on duty in the areas you might want to swim so you will be getting in the water at your own risk.
How difficult is it to reach the lemon grove for the limoncello tasting?
There are aproximately 180-200 steps to climb in order to reach the lemon farm (you can opt for free time in Amalfi town instead). If weather conditions don't permit the visit, we will do a limoncello tasting in Amalfi Town instead.
What if the sea is very rough on the day of the tour?
If sea conditions don't permit comfortable boating, you will move between towns in a private, air-conditioned transport car/van.