Naples itself sadly is a worn down city. There are things to see and do, but with places like Pompeii, Sorrento or any of the little cities located on the Amalfi coast nearby, your day is better spent visiting one of them. On our day in Naples we selected the Pompeii tour-ancient ruins with a side trip to the town of Sorrento. We had an excellent tour guide named Kareem and we started out on bus ride to Pompeii. The trip was not too long approximately 40-45 minutes. Once we arrived we visited the amazing ruins. If you are ever in our near Pompeii, the ruins should not be missed. We spent a good amount of time visiting the ruins and then we went back to the square where we were able to use the restroom and purchase souvenirs. 2 things, the souvenir shop looks nice but wait on buying Limoncello here. The prices were much better at the 2nd half of our trip. Also, there are street vendors whom you can get some nice stuff at good prices-just don't be afraid to haggle. After our visit to the Ruins we got back on the bus and went to the town of Sorrento. Here we were brought into a wood store. The store had beautiful furniture and artwork and we thought the prices were reasonable. We were then given a couple of hours on our own. We went to lunch at a little pizzeria by ourselves and then walked around a bit. We then boarded back onto the bus and went to a small farm in Sorrento that makes Olive Oil and Mozzarella. We had a nice tour of the olive press and got to enjoy seeing how mozzarella is shaped and made. We were then each given a plate of different foods from the farm and some home made wine. It was very nice. After eating, we were able to enjoy time in the souvenir shop. They had very reasonable prices and were very nice. After the farm we headed back to the port but first stopped at a cameo factory. It was beautiful but high priced.