Amalfi Coast, Air, Car, 6 nights, From $999
Using Sorrento as your base, explore the ancient ruins of Pompeii, visit the island of Capri, and try some real Neapolitan pizza.
The Real Deal Round-trip airfare from New York City to Naples on Delta, Lufthansa, or partners, depending on your departure airport; six nights at the Hotel Gardenia in the heart of Sorrento—close to the ferry to Capri; manual rental car for the duration of the trip; from $999 per person—plus up to $155 in airport taxes and fees.
When Nov. 1, 2011–Feb. 29, 2012 ($999); Mar. 1–Apr. 30, 2012.
Gateways New York City ($999); add $20 for Boston; add $140 for Chicago; add $226 for L.A.
The Fine Print Airport taxes and fees cost up to $155 extra per person. No meals are included in this package. Based on double occupancy; the single supplement is from $525. Read these guidelines before you book any Real Deal.
Book By September 16, 2011.
Contact Sceptre Tours, 800/221-0924, sceptretours.com.
Why It's a Deal A recent Kayak search shows the lowest round-trip airfare from New York City to Naples starts from $812 in November (American Airlines). Add to that $750 per person, including taxes, for six nights at Hotel Gardenia, and you're spending $1,562 for air and accommodations alone. For $408 less, this package gives you airfare, six nights' accommodations, a manual rental car, and all taxes and fees.
More An upgrade to an automatic car for the week is available for $125 per person. For $99 more per person, you have the option to upgrade the last two nights of the trip to stay at the luxurious Villa Franca Positano. You can also add on extra nights to your stay starting at $75 per person per night, including car rental.
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