Complete your ACA Amalfi Coast experience with exciting weekend adventures to nearby locations at no additional cost. Travel by modern, deluxe motor coaches to unforgettable destinations. Rest easy, because you always stay in your safe, comfortable accommodations at the Sant'Anna Residence Hall. On every adventure, ACA staff are there to make sure your experience is worry-free.


As the old saying goes, “All roads lead to Rome.” A legendary capital, and one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations, it truly is the “Eternal City.” The streets are alive with shops, restaurants, art and entertainment. Get your shopping fix at the boutiques near the Spanish Steps, home to Fendi, Gucci, Armani, Bulgari and Valentino, and then stand in awe at the Colosseum and even get your picture taken with a local “gladiator.”


The Colosseum— Where gladiators did battle to thrill the cheering Roman crowds. The word arena comes from the Latin word for sand, which was spread on the Colosseum floor.

Spanish Steps— Built in 1725, and long a gathering place for foreigners, today the steps are a renowned destination for those favorite Italian activities — designer shopping and people-watching!

The Forum— Here’s where Romans found out who had the real gift of gab. A site for festivals and ceremonies, the Forum also surrounds the most ancient part of the city.

Trevi Fountain— One of the city’s most splendid and cinematic landmarks. Make sure you throw in some coins to ensure your return to the Eternal City!


Capri, an island in the Gulf of Naples, showcases its picturesque landscape and upscale shopping, from designer fashions to jewelry and handmade leather goods. Explore the Blue Grotto, Capri’s underwater sea cave. Capri's vivid, cove-studded coastline draws many yachts and boats.


This famous holiday destination, with a pebble beachfront and steep, narrow streets lined with boutiques and cafés, is a cliffside village on the Amalfi Coast. Visit the celebrity beach playground of Positano, browse unique shops near the harbor, and don’t forget to check out Collegiata di Santa Maria Assunta, the old church built to house the famous 13th century Byzantine icon, the Madonna di Positano.


Explore the famous city of Pompeii — completely covered by an eruption from Mt. Vesuvius in 79 A.D. Today it’s a time capsule of life 2,000 years ago. It is one of the most significant relics of Roman civilization, providing astonishing information on the art, customs and everyday life of the past. Pompeii is always revealing new finds, and it is fascinating to walk among the ruins of what was once a thriving community. The visit to Pompeii offers incredible views of Mt. Vesuvius, now closely monitored by a volcanology institute in Naples.



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