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Recommended Shore Excursions in Naples

Recommended Shore Excursions in Naples

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Of the 32 excursions offered by Disney Cruise Line for Naples, here are our recommended port adventures for first-time visitors:

Low Budget: If you can do without Capri, Sorrento, or the Amalfi Coast, Pompeii Half Day (NP31, $85/$75, 4-4.5 hours) affordably delivers an unforgettable destination, and allows for some welcome rest and relaxation back on the ship. Value Package - Sorrento & Pompeii (NP37, $105/$85 ages 3-9, 8.5-9 hours) is fine on a dollars-per-hour basis, until you consider the added cost of lunch and shopping in Sorrento (there isn't much else to do there).

Big Budget: Private Motorboat Cruise of Naples (NP15, $5599 entire boat, up to 4 guests, 9 hours) takes you zipping across the Bay of Naples, headed for Sorrento, Positano, and/or Capri. You choose two of those three destinations (we'd pick Positano and Capri). You'll lunch ashore at a 5-star restaurant and swim at a secluded cove.  Be sure to wear white linen and a great pair of Italian sunglasses, and don't forget  your swimsuits.

Active/Nature: Even a garden-variety tour of Pompeii includes a lot of walking, but Mt. Vesuvius By 4x4, Hike, Wine Tasting & Pompeii (NP34, $205 ages 10 and up, 8-8.5 hours) adds a half-mile, uphill grind (a mile round-trip) to the top of the famed volcano to the mix. Toss in a wine-soaked lunch... Sign us up!

Sightseeing: It's hardly the cheapest tour, but Pompeii, Sorrento, and Capri (NP02/NP03/NP33, $249/$192 ages 0-9, 9.5-10 hours) is a classic "see it all" package. It's so justifiably popular that the cruise line offers it in three variations (standard, adults-only, and family). We did it, and if it wasn't for that pesky bucket list, we'd do it again. 

Family: Think your kids would love to make pizza? No? Really?? Stunning Sorrento and Amalfi Coast Drive - Featuring Exclusive Youth Activity (NP05, $179/$129 ages 5-9, 9-9.5 hours) gives the kids a cooking lesson in a Sorrento restaurant (accompanied by DCL counselors) while you shop and tour the town. You'll then lunch together (presumably not just on kid-made pies) and head down the winding, cliffside roads of the Amalfi coast to a picturesque village. Hopefully, the kids won't get too antsy on the drive. Even better, maybe they'll nap!


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Top Photo Slice: Santa Restituta Chapel - Cathedral of Naples (℗ 53542) Photo contributed by © Jennifer Marx


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