The Amalfi Coast is a MUST SEE! Also make sure to sit on the right side of the bus because all tourist buses can only go one way and you will have the best view of the coast on the right side.
There is a stop in a ceramics shop where you can go to the bathroom or buy some souvenir.
Then we stopped in the small village of Amalfi and had about 1 hour on our own. We visited the basilica. It was interesting but it took a good part of the time we had to visit it all.
You have to go to the port for a good look at the city. Simply beautiful!
Pompeii Walking Tour Rating:
We went to Pompeii after the Amalfi Coast tour and after lunch. We didn't spend a lot of time there but we could see plenty of remains. I would say we stayed 2-3 hours max. The temperature was quite hot and I was happy to get back on the bus for some freshness.
We didn't have the chance to climb the colosseum. We only stayed at ground level. That was a major disappointment for us. We also had to wait before entering the colosseum because of someone hadn't bought the tickets in advance.
Historic Tour Rating:
We then visited some ruins outside the Colosseum. It was ok.
St. Peter's Basilica Rating:
We followed our guide in the basilica and here again she was going too fast for photos. We didn't go everywhere we could have but we saw a lot of nice things.
Trevi Fountain Rating:
That was our first stop and it was so crowded that it was crazy! Leaving the fountain we walked a really narrow street where scooters were trying to fend off the group by what looked like intimidation.
Our guide was walking too fast for anyone who wanted to take pictures of anything.
At that point I hated Rome!
It got better during lunch time where I drank some wine :)