School Trip to Sorrento

Campania, situated in Italy’s sunny south, is one of the country’s richest and most culturally fascinating regions. We base our groups in the glorious town of Sorrento, from where you can visit many places of interest, including the region’s capital Naples, the Greek Temples at Paestum and the Roman ruins at Pompeii.

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Visits

  • Pompeii - the town famously covered by ash in AD79 when Vesuvius erupted.
  • Vesuvius - Visit the famous dormant volcano.
  • Paestum - visit the museum as well as the magnificent ruins of the Greek temples.
  • Capri - take a boat trip to the island of Capri and take in the wonderful sights.

Where to stay

Stay at Hotel Villa Gerardo, situated in a quiet position on the Cape of Sorrento within walking distance of the centre of town.

Sample Itinerary

Day One

Morning flight and afternoon arrival. Transfer to accommodation  with time to explore the local area.

Day Two

Full day trip to Pompeii and Vesuvius. Evening spent bowling.

Day Three

Take a boat trip to the island of Capri and spend the day taking in the beautiful scenery. Time back at the accommodation in the evening.

Day Four

Full day guided tour of Naples and Solfatara before heading back to the accommodation for your final night.

Day Five

Depart for your flight home.

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