With its rugged sea cliffs, Mediterranean climate, and glamorous resorts, Capri is the star of the Sorrentine Peninsula and a world away from the busy streets and landmarks of Rome. Here’s how you can visit this island retreat on a tour from Rome.
Those looking for an introduction to Capri can visit on a day trip from Rome, choosing to travel to Naples by high-speed train or bus, then admiring the ocean views on the ferry ride to the island. Tours typically last about 13 hours, leaving time to visit the towns of Capri and Anacapri, enjoy lunch on the island, and take a boat cruise around the Blue Grotto. For the best value, opt for a Super Saver deal and combine your trip to Capri with best-selling tours of Rome.
Visiting Capri on a multi-day tour means less time traveling and more time sightseeing. Opt for a two-night independent tour and enjoy plenty of time to explore the island and experience its famous nightlife. Alternatively, cruise out to Capri as part of a two-, three-, or five-day tour of Italy's Amalfi Coast and visit Naples, ancient Pompeii, and Sorrento along the way. Multi-day tours typically include round-trip transport and a choice of accommodation.
Things to Know
Capri is located in the Gulf of Naples, off the coast of the Sorrentine Peninsula.
To get to Capri from Rome, it's about a three-hour drive or 1.5-hour train ride south to Naples, from where high-speed ferries run to Capri, about 45 minutes away.
Day tours from Rome to Capri run at about 13 hours, while multi-day tours offer more time to explore.
Most tours include hotel pickup, round-trip transport from Rome, and accommodation (multi-day tours).