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Beyond the View: The Amalfi Coast and Sorrento

Program Number: 18213RJ
Start and End Dates:
9/16/2014 - 9/28/2014; 9/30/2014 - 10/12/2014; 10/14/2014 - 10/26/2014; 10/28/2014 - 11/9/2014; 3/17/2015 - 3/29/2015; 3/31/2015 - 4/12/2015; 4/14/2015 - 4/26/2015; 4/28/2015 - 5/10/2015; 5/19/2015 - 5/31/2015; 6/2/2015 - 6/14/2015; 9/15/2015 - 9/27/2015; 9/29/2015 - 10/11/2015; 10/13/2015 - 10/25/2015; 10/27/2015 - 11/8/2015; 11/10/2015 - 11/22/2015;
Duration: 12 nights
Location: Italy
Price starting at: $3,135.00 - Price may vary based on date, departure city
Program Type:
Meals: 29; 11 Breakfasts, 9 Lunches, 9 Dinners    
Meal Options: Vegetarian; Gluten Free; None; None    

The cliff-top road along the Amalfi Coast is one of the most beautiful stretches in the world, but this sun-kissed region has so much more to offer than just a scenic drive. Experience life in the artisan’s paradise of Sorrento and the tiny town of Minori, see the pride and skill that goes into intarsia woodworking and the making of the infused liqueur known as limoncello, and, yes, have your breath taken away as you drive and boat along the rugged coastline.




Highlights

• On a boat excursion along the Amalfi Coast, appreciate the picture-postcard view of the houses and gardens clinging perilously to the cliffs.
• Investigate the lost cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum, searching the sites for frozen-in-time structures and valued artifacts.
• Step inside the famous Villa Rufolo with its imposing Arab architecture and lovely gardens that inspired Wagner as he penned Parsifal.



Activity Particulars

Walking up to two miles a day; some uneven terrain, especially at archaeological sites. Boarding small boats and ferries.




Date Specific Information

9-16-2014, 9-30-2014, 10-14-2014, 10-28-2014, 3-17-2015, 4-14-2015, 4-28-2015, 5-19-2015, 6-2-2015, 9-15-2015, 9-29-2015, 10-13-2015, 10-27-2015

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3-31-2015

Easter week in Sorrento is characterized by a number of cultural activities, including concerts, processions, festivities, celebrations and confections. Experience this unique time on the southern tip of the bay of Naples.
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11-10-2015

Inclement weather may prevent the announced boat ride from Positano to Amalfi. Expect fewer crowds in tourist areas.
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Itinerary Summary

Arrival Naples; coach to Sorrento, 8 nights; coach to Positano; boat to Amalfi; coach to Minori, 3 nights; coach to Naples for departure



Overnight flight from the U.S.A.
1 night
Arrival Naples
Coach to Sorrento
8 nights

Learn about the contemporary issues facing Italy during an expert-led lecture. Discover firsthand two things Sorrento is famous for: making limoncello, a citrus infused liqueur, and crafting inlaid woodworking. Ferry to the chic island of Capri and take a chauffeured convertible ride to the hilltop villa of San Michele. Experience Sorrentine agriculture at an agriturismo, a working farm where you can sample fresh produce and olive oil.



Coach to Positano
Boat to Amalfi
Coach to Minori
3 nights
Coach to Naples for departure

Experience the stunning Amalfi Coast by land on the Amalfi Drive, winding beside the Tyrrhenian Sea, and by sea on boat excursions along the shore. Discover the ancient Greco-Roman city of Paestum and its painted Tomb of the Diver. Amalfi was renowned for the production cotton rag paper--visit the museum during your free time.




Italy

“Dolce far niente,” the “sweetness of doing nothing.” This ode to leisure is a distinctly Italian phrase, and yet the expression does not do justice to the hard-work ethos of the nation’s inhabitants. The monuments, art and civilization bequeathed to the people of modern Italy are a testament to the industry of their forebearers, and the legacy lives on in today’s Italians, who work hard to better enjoy the sweetness of repose.



Accommodations
Sorrento: Four-star hotel set in shaded garden in heart of the city. Amalifi/Minori: Four-star hotel with sea breezes and bougainvillea-draped walls.

Road Scholar Instructors
These instructors are participating on at least one date of this program. Please note that changes may occur.
Jan Gilbert

Jan Gilbert has been leading Road Scholar programs in Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast since 1990. A native English speaker, Jan has lived most of her adult life in the Sorrentine peninsula. She has the unique ability to present just enough facts of her beloved slice of Italy to Road Scholar explorers so they can make their own discoveries of the magnificent natural beauty and charm of people of the Amalfi Coast.
 
Candace Ellis

A resident of Capri and Siena, Candace Ellis loves sharing her knowledge of Naples’ rich history with visitors in her presentations on contemporary history. She holds a degree in political science from a prestigious Italian university and is currently a professor at the University of Maryland, European Division. “I am an enthusiastic believer in the spirit of Road Scholar programs,” Candace says, “I love to see the understanding dawning on the faces of participants.”
 
Linda O'Brien

Linda O'Brien pursued her undergraduate studies at the University of Toronto, where she was awarded an advanced degree in art history and archaeology with honors from the Université Libre de Bruxelles. She completed post-graduate work in symbolic anthropology at Stanford University and is currently professor of art history for the European Division of the University of Maryland.
 
Michela Porcelli

Michela Porcelli was awarded an advanced degree in linguistic anthropology from the University of Naples. Fluent in English, Swedish, Spanish and French, Michela studied in the U.S. at the University of California Santa Barbara. Currently, she lives in Naples where she is involved in several research projects in linguistics at the university there.
 
Meals and Lodgings
   Hotel Cesare Augusto
  Sorrento, Italy 8 nights
   Hotel Villa Romana
  Amalfi/Maiori, Italy 3 nights
 Hotel Cesare Augusto
Type: Four-Star Hotel
  Description: Sorrento has been a mecca for illustrious visitors – writers, musicians, and royalty – since the 1700s. Exceptional for its cleanliness and safety in a region not often associated with these virtues, Sorrento is the ideal base for exploration of the bay’s resources, while offering a vibrant life of its own. Our programs reside at a comfortable four-star facility overlooking lemon and orange groves, and mere minutes on foot from the old town.
  Contact info: Viale degli Aranci, 108
Sorrento, NA 80067 Italy
phone: +39 081 8782700
web: www.hotelcesareaugusto.com
  Room amenities: Each room has soundproof windows, small terrace, private bath, minibar, satellite TV, hair dryer, safe for valuables and individual temperature control (air conditioning in the summer; heat in the winter)
  Facility amenities: Relax in the spacious lounge in the lobby. Enjoy a drink made by a professional barista in the lobby lounge. A rooftop pool with lounge, snack and bar service is open May-Sept. Free Wi-Fi connection throughout the hotel.
  Smoking allowed: No
  Elevators available: Yes
  Additional nights prior: varies by season You can book additional nights directly through the hotel’s online reservation system www.hotelcesareaugusto.com. Indicate to the hotel that you are with the Road Scholar group and every effort will be made to ensure continuity of room assignment. Another option is to use online hotel consolidator services such as Hotels.com or Expedia.
  Check in time: 2:00 PM

 Hotel Villa Romana
Type: Four-Star Hotel
  Description: On the Amalfi Coast lies the seaside resort of Minori. Archaeological evidence based on the ruins of an imperial age villa uncovered nearby indicates the area was populated by Romans in the 1st century. Today the village continues to attract visitors to its tranquil shores and piazza-like atmosphere. Perfectly situated near Amalfi, Ravello, Maiori and the ceramic tile center of Vietri, Minori will serve as our base. From there we will coach to Paestum, a 5th century Greek settlement with magnificently preserved temples.
  Contact info: Corso Vittorio Emanuele
Minori (Amalfi),   Italy
phone: +39 089 877 237
web: www.hotelvillaromana.it
  Room amenities: satellite television, mini-bar, safe box for valuables, hair dryer and individual climate control. Free wi-fi connection.
  Facility amenities: The hotel is a short walk from the beach and sea front promenade. Breakfast and dinner will be served in the hotel restaurant. Relax in the spacious lounge with full bar service. The outdoor pool is open May—September. Free WiFi in the rooms and internet point in the lobby.
  Smoking allowed: No
  Elevators available: Yes
  Additional nights after: varies by season Book additional nights directly through the hotel’s online reservation system www.hotelvillaromana.it. Indicate to the hotel at the time of your booking that you are with the Road Scholar group and every effort will be made to ensure continuity of room assignment.
  Check out time: 11:00 AM


Travel Details
  Start of Program:
Lunch provided for morning arrivals. Hotel check in 2:00 pm. Meet in lobby at 4:00 for neighborhood walk You will be staying at Hotel Cesare Augusto that night.
  End of Program:
After breakfast, transfers to airport. Hotel check out 11:00 am You will be staying at Hotel Villa Romana the night before.
  Required documents:
The Road Scholar Health & Safety Form is required.
Transportation (For Independent Travelers)
  Train or bus availability: Sorrento is connected to Naples by a minor railway line called the Circumvesuviana. Naples is on the main railway line that connects major cities in Italy.
To Start of Program
  Location:  Sorrento
  Nearest city or town:  Naples
  Nearest airport:  Naples Capodichino Airport
  Transportation to site: To reach the program site on your own, you have two options. The first is with public bus. Curreri Co. buses depart every hour from the stop directly in front of the airport's main terminal exit. The ticket (EUR 10 pp) can be purchased on board the bus. The ride takes about 1.5 hours with various stops along the way. In Sorrento, get off at the Circumvesuviana train station. From there, the hotel is 380 yards away. If you can manage your bags for the walk to the hotel, turn left as you exit the station, walk pass the bus parking lot behind the station, climb the 20 steps that lead to Viale degli Aranci (there is also a ramp to facilitate rolling your suitcase). Turn right, the hotel is 350 yards ahead. If you can't manage your bags a taxi is a convenient way to reach the hotel. The taxi stand is just ahead as you exit the train station; fare is about EUR 10 for the short ride. The second option, a private transfer direct from the Naples airport to the hotel in Sorrento can be arranged through a local agency. Contact Lavinia Tour tel. + 39 06 3937 7453, fax + 39 06 3937 6910, email: info.reserv@laviniatour.it. Fare is approx.EUR 160 for a private car and driver for the door to door service.
  From End of Program
  Location:  Amalfi/Maiori
  Nearest city or town:  Maori
  Nearest airport:  Naples, Capodichino
  Transportation from site: To reach the Naples airport on your own, there are no direct public ground transportation services from Minori. A private transfer direct from the hotel in Minori to the Naples airport can be arranged through a local agency, tel. + 39 06 3937 7453, fax + 39 06 3937 6910, email:info.reserv@laviniatour.it. Private car and driver will cost approx. EUR 175.
The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.


Daily Schedule

Day 1: Departure from points in North America
(Tuesday, October 28)
   
 In Transit: Overnight flight over the Atlantic Ocean with arrivals the following day.

Day 2: Arrival/Welcome Reception
(Wednesday, October 29)

Note: Light day to adjust from jet lag.



   
 Arrive To: Arrivals at Naples Airport. Transfer by coach to Sorrento.
 Lunch: Lunch at the hotel.
 Afternoon: Welcome to Sorrento reception and introductions to meet your group leader and fellow learners.
 Dinner: Dinner at the hotel.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Cesare Augusto
Meals Included: Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Orientation and neighborhood walk
(Thursday, October 30)

Note: Leisurely walk around town and to the port. Some steps through the hotel's garden cut short the walk from the hotel to the main square in Sorrento.



   
 Breakfast: Buffet breakfast at the hotel.
 Morning: Staff introduces program schedule, lectures and excursions.
 Lunch: Lunch at the hotel served buffet style.
 Afternoon: An orienting walk in the neighborhood pointing out stores, pharmacies and banking services. The walk continues down to the characteristic old port where it's not uncommon to see fishermen bringing in the catch of the day or repairing their nets. Later in the afternoon an expert illuminates Classical Roman art and archeology.
 Dinner: Dinner at a restaurant in Sorrento.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Cesare Augusto
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Explore Pompeii
(Friday, October 31)

Note: The ruins of Pompeii reveal cobblestone streets, sidewalks and dirt paths. Pompeii was a city, so be aware of the size of the archaeological site. Its uneven terrain with inclines and steps makes walking a challenge. The stone pavement can be slippery when wet. Note there are few benches to stop and rest.



   
 Breakfast: Buffet breakfast at the hotel
 Morning: Guided visit of Pompeii archaeological site. Explore the streets of the city frozen in time in August of 79 CE. Walk into the amphitheater, see where the gladiators trained, walk down Via Abbondanza, the main street, observe 1st century political grafitti. Notice the similarities between Pompeii where bars, restaurants, shops and bakeries line the streets, and that in any modern city in Italy.
 Lunch: Lunch at a restaurant in the archaeological park.
 Afternoon: Coach back to Sorrento. Late afternoon classroom session on Customs and Traditions of Sorrento.
 Dinner: Dinner at the hotel.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Cesare Augusto
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Greek Art and Architecture / Marquetry Museum and Workshop
(Saturday, November 1)

Note: One mile walk round trip walk from the hotel to the Marquetry Museum



   
 Breakfast: Buffet breakfast at the hotel.
 Morning: In the meeting room of the hotel an expert illuminates Classical Greek art and archaeology.
 Lunch: Lunch on your own.
 Afternoon: Visit the Tarsia Museum that displays the materials, tools and traditional motifs used by master craftsmen of marquetry, or inlaid wood design. To ensure continuity for the decorative art tradition the museum is also a workshop to teach the craft to local youth.
 Dinner: Dinner at the hotel.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Cesare Augusto
Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 6: Pasta Factory / Archaeological Museum in Naples
(Sunday, November 2)

Note: Long marble staircase to reach the upper levels of the museum. Note there are few benches in the gallery rooms to rest while the guide illustrates the art collection's masterpieces.



   
 Breakfast: Buffet breakfast at hotel.
 Morning: Coach to Gragnano for a guided tour of a pasta factory.
 Lunch: Sample a few types of pasta at a restaurant in the town of Gragnano.
 Afternoon: Coach continues to Naples for an expert-led visit of the Archaeological Museum which houses treasures and artifacts found in Pompeii and Herculaneum, including the famed Alexander Mosaic, Flora and Fauna, and the Farnese Bull.
 Dinner: Dinner at the hotel.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Cesare Augusto
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7: Full Day Excursion to the Isle of Capri
(Monday, November 3)

Note: Ability to board the vessel to reach the Island. Transportation is provided from the port to Anacapri, the town at the top of the island, although some walking to visit the traffic free town, gardens and sites of the island.



   
 Breakfast: Buffet breakfast at hotel.
 Morning: Board a boat to Capri. Indulge in a full day on the Mediterranean's most lush island while roaming the intricate cobbled laneways and the chic neighborhoods. Guided visit to the villa of Axel Munthe. Weather permitting enjoy the scenery from the convertible car with the top down.
 Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant in Capri.
 Afternoon: Capri visit continues. Some free time to climb the ruins of the villa of Tiberius or savor a gelato at a waterfront cafe. Boat returns to Sorrento by late afternoon.
 Dinner: Dinner at the hotel restaurant.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Cesare Augusto
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 8: Herculaneum / Contemporary Life in Italy
(Tuesday, November 4)

Note: Uneven pavement on streets and cobblestone sidewalks in the archaeological site make walking somewhat challenging. There is a short incline to visit some of the houses and sites in the archaeological site. Few places to sit and rest.



   
 Breakfast: Buffet breakfast at hotel.
 Morning: Coach to and guided visit of Herculaneum, an upscale resort town destroyed by mud flows unlike Pompeii, which was buried by ash in 79 CE. The excavated Villa of the Papyri was the inspiration for the Getty Museum in Malibu, California.
 Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant.
 Afternoon: Examine the issues facing Italy today in a lecture and discussion of the country's contemporary health care system, education, religion, and women's issues, and discover the ways in which Italy continues to undergo rapid economic and societal change. Question and answer period follows.Free time till dinner.
 Dinner: Dine at the restaurant of your choice, suggestions made on site.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Cesare Augusto
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 9: Music in the Neapolitan Tradition / Cooking Demo in the Countryside
(Wednesday, November 5)

Note: Non strenuous walk from coach drop off point to the farm.



   
 Breakfast: Buffet breakfast at hotel.
 Morning: A musicologist expounds on the Neapolitan music tradition, complete with recordings.
 Lunch: Lunch at the hotel.
 Afternoon: Panoramic drive through the Sorrento countryside for a hands-on cooking demonstration of dishes of the regional cuisine. Learn how mozzarella takes shape from warm fresh milk and rennet.
 Dinner: Enjoy the dinner you have observed in the making.
 Evening: Coach to Sorrento after dinner at the agriturismo.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Cesare Augusto
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 10: Positano / Transfer to Amalfi Coast hotel
(Thursday, November 6)

Note: Boat ride from Positano to Amalfi. In case bad weather prevents the boat from reaching the dock, the group will take a bus which requires walking up a hill (along a sidewalk) to the parking lot.



   
 Breakfast: Buffet breakfast at the hotel.
 Morning: Amalfi Coast Drive: the scenic narrow winding road cut into the steep cliffs above the Mediterranean Sea. On route, visit the elegant seaside town of Positano with its characteristic white and pastel colored houses that cling in tiers to the rock face. Board a boat bound for Amalfi from where you can fully appreciate the cascading houses and luscious gardens on the mountain face.
 Lunch: Lunch at a restaurant in Amalfi.
 Afternoon: In Amalfi, visit the cathedral of St. Andrew and an interesting museum that illustrates the techniques of milling paper, an industry that flourished in Amalfi in the 12th century. Transfer to Minori and check into the hotel.
 Dinner: Dinner at the hotel. Sample limoncello, the liquor made from lemons from nearby groves.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Villa Romana
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 11: Paestum
(Friday, November 7)

Note: Uneven dirt paths lead to the famous Greek temples, the terrain is level. Leisurely walk to the adjacent museum. Few benches to rest during the visit to the archaeological site.



   
 Breakfast: Buffet breakfast at the hotel.
 Morning: A drive (1 hr 40 min) south takes us to the Greek settlement of Paestum, dedicated to Poseidon. The highlights include doric style temples dating from the 6th and 5th centuries BCE dedicated to Hera. The adjacent museum contains the famed painted tomb of the diver.
 Lunch: Lunch at local restaurant overlooking the temples.
 Afternoon: Excursion continues to the museum in the archaeological park. Admire the famed painted tomb of the diver. Coach to Minori late afternoon.
 Dinner: Dinner on your own.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Villa Romana
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 12: Ravello
(Saturday, November 8)

Note: As a hill town, visiting Ravello requires managing hills on foot from the bus drop off point to and around the town. Villa Rufolo's gardens are terraced with paved steps.



   
 Breakfast: Buffet breakfast at the hotel.
 Morning: Coach to Ravello, a medieval hill town above Amalfi for a visit to the world renowned Villa Rufolo, inspiration to Wagner and other artists.
 Lunch: Lunch on your own.
 Afternoon: Free time to remain in Ravello or return to Minori.
 Dinner: Farewell dinner at the hotel.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Villa Romana
Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 13: Departure
(Sunday, November 9)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel; continental style for participants with early morning departure.
 Morning: Coach to and Depart from Naples airport.
   
Meals Included: Breakfast

Free Time Opportunities
 
  Sorrento General Overview
Suggestions for free time (half day) activities: an excursion up Mount Vesuvius; return to Capri to visit the Blue Grotto (accessible by small boats when sea conditions allow). Short train ride to Oplontis, site of the Villa Poppaea with beautifully preserved frescoes from a 1st century BCE Roman Villa.
Important information about your itinerary: Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information featured on this website. Itineraries are based on our best information at this time. Circumstances beyond our control may require us to adjust itineraries or other details. We regret any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding. Information will be sent to you from your Program Provider approximately three weeks prior to the program start date. The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.

Suggested Reading List


Blue Guide Southern Italy


Author: Paul Blanchard


Description: A comprehensive guide to Southern Italy and especially its archaeology, history and culture. With maps and site plans.



Campania Basilicata Map


Author: Touring Club Italiano


Description: A colorful, durable map of Campania, including Naples and the Amalfi Coast.



Eyewitness Guide Naples & Amalfi Coast


Author: Eyewitness Guides


Description: This superb guide features color photography, dozens of excellent neighborhood maps and a district-by-district synopsis of the region's attractions.



Greene on Capri, A Memoir


Author: Shirley Hazzard


Description: This book is ultimately a memoir about the author's friendship with Graham Greene, but there's plenty of commentary of Capri’s history and culture for those seeking a flavor of the place.



Herculaneum: Italy's Buried Treasure


Author: Joseph Jay Deiss


Description: An artful and wonderfully written description of daily life of the Romans at the time of the destruction of Herculaneum.



La Bella Figura, A Field Guide to the Italian Mind


Author: Beppe Severgnini


Description: Italians themselves love this guide to the Italian character, which addresses the apparently never-ending passion for beauty, disorder and high emotion. Severgnini opens the book with a snapshot of the hubbub at Malpensa Airport, then moves on to Tuscany, Rome, Naples and Sardinia.



Lonely Planet Italian Phrasebook


Author: Lonely Planet


Description: A handy palm-size phrasebook for the traveler.



Pompeii, Public and Private Life


Author: Paul Zanker, Deborah Schneider (Translator)


Description: A comprehensive guide to the architecture, people and culture of Pompeii, focusing on both grand public spaces and private villas. With 21 color illustrations and 55 halftones, including site plans, models, mosaics and sculpture.



Pompeii, The Day a City Died


Author: Robert Etienne


Description: This indispensable pocket guide illustrates daily life in the city as told by its evocative frescoes, mosaics and treasures.



Pompeii, The Living City


Author: Alex Butterworth, Ray Laurence


Description: A meticulous historical and archaeological reconstruction of the city of Pompeii, its people, culture and daily rituals both before and after 79 AD, the year of the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius.



The Ancient Shore


Author: Shirley Hazzard


Description: Hazzard's lyrical collection of essays on the history, beauty, complexities and contradictions of Naples. Includes a celebrated New Yorker essay by husband Francis Steegmuller.



The Fires of Vesuvius, Pompeii Lost and Found


Author: Mary Beard


Description: With the panache of a gifted classicist, Mary Beard (Wonders of the World) conjures daily life in celebrated Pompeii, not only demolishing with particular relish the many myths that have grown up around the place but also emphasizing the limits of our knowledge. Some things we simply shall never know for certain.



Vesuvius


Author: Gillian Darley


Description: Gillian Darley unveils the human responses to Vesuvius, both feared and celebrated, from a cast of characters as far-flung as Pliny the Younger and David Hockney in this entry in Harvard University Press's excellent Wonders of the World series, a perfect introduction for travelers to Pompeii and Herculaneum.





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