Perched on a cliff of orange, lemon and olive groves, Sorrento overlooking the Gulf of Naples, with Vesuvius and Campi Flegrei in plain sight.

The origins of the name of Sorrento blend with the ancient myth of the Sirens.

Probably founded as a Greek colony, was subsequently invaded by peoples of different dominations until the arrival of the Romans.

During Roman times it was known by the name of Surrentum. The town was so special and charming, which became one of the favorite destinations for the holidays for the Roman patricians.

The tour then, will provide an introduction to the history and all'archiettuttura that has characterized the city before continuing on to the Piazza Tasso, dedicated to the famous poet Torquato Tasso was born in Sorrento in 1544.

Do not miss a visit to the quaint old town, with its craft shops that offer products made ​​in Italy and typical of the area, its restaurants, bars and ice cream shop offering mouth-watering dishes and desserts to satisfy every palate.

This beautiful town has for centuries attracted poets, philosophers, playwrights and authors, thanks to its rosy sunsets over the sea, its natural landscapes, its magic and still remains one of the most visited travel destinations in the world.

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