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Okay, after much research I have decided to use italytoursharing.com (akd Joe Banana Limo) I am going to book 3 ports to get the discount and then post on the roll call from what I am reading. The reviews are excellent for this Italy Company and I have a friend that used this company as well. He loved them.

My question on here, is do you ever have trouble filling the tours? I dont want to sign up and then not get "8" on each tour?

Thanks so much.

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I arranged a tour with italytoursharing for the Amalfi Coast in Oct,2014. We had a wonderful time and a great driver/guide. Excellent communication and assistance thru out the booking process. Looking forward to doing business with them again in the fall of this year. Btw, I had no problem filling our tour
for 8pp from our roll call.

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What if there are only 4 people on your roll call? Is there a way to get others on different ships to join you or people that are doing land based vaca?

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I am looking into doing a small group tour for stops in Rome and Livorno/ Cinque Terre. I've no idea of the discounts available except if I upgrade from a sedan to an SUV/Van. Question.... The cost of tickets is reasonable for group guided tours organized at the Vatican that you can buy tickets for ahead of time. Or you can buy tickets if you have your own tour guide. Does anyone know the difference?? TIA. :-)

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[quote name='cherylakers']What if there are only 4 people on your roll call? Is there a way to get others on different ships to join you or people that are doing land based vaca?[/QUOTE]

I just asked the same thing in another thread:..... from their website:

[B]5. Can parties from different cruise ships join the same tour? [/B]
Unfortunately, we require that all participants in a group be sailing on the same cruise ship. Due to the multitude of risks associated with combining guests from different ships, such as different in port times and terminal locations at ports, we are unable to accommodate groups comprised of a mix of guests from different cruise ships.

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We arranged two tours with Italy Tour Sharing in Rome and Naples (including Amalfi Coast, Positano and Pompeii). After checking reviews online, it sounded like a good company to book with. Both tours started in very comfortable Mercedes eight passenger vans with A/C. In Rome we were able to see all the highlights incuding the Collosseum (with skip the tickets), the Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Pantheon and the Vatican (with skip the line tickets) and much more. The vans are able to get much closer to the sights than the tour buses. We had an hour of free time in Positano since the van was able to go down into the city. I would definitely recommend Italy Tour Sharing for anyone visiting Italy.

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[quote name='FloridaGirlLovesToCruise']We arranged two tours with Italy Tour Sharing in Rome and Naples (including Amalfi Coast, Positano and Pompeii). After checking reviews online, it sounded like a good company to book with. Both tours started in very comfortable Mercedes eight passenger vans with A/C. In Rome we were able to see all the highlights incuding the Collosseum (with skip the tickets), the Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Pantheon and the Vatican (with skip the line tickets) and much more. The vans are able to get much closer to the sights than the tour buses. We had an hour of free time in Positano since the van was able to go down into the city. I would definitely recommend Italy Tour Sharing for anyone visiting Italy.[/quote]


Thanks for the report.

That is great that others appreciate this company like me. The great thing is too, that we support the local companies. I have used italytoursharing.com many times along with other tour companies recommended on this board. I have never been disappointed!! I am so thankful for cruise critic as the roll calls and private tours have saved a lot of money compared to doing it with the cruise lines.

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[quote name='Tango99']I am looking into doing a small group tour for stops in Rome and Livorno/ Cinque Terre. I've no idea of the discounts available except if I upgrade from a sedan to an SUV/Van. Question.... The cost of tickets is reasonable for group guided tours organized at the Vatican that you can buy tickets for ahead of time. Or you can buy tickets if you have your own tour guide. Does anyone know the difference?? TIA. :-)[/QUOTE]

I'm back!! We booked all out tours through italytoursharing.com and I can answer questions now. The tours were perfect. We contacted the company before so the guide got our tickets for us to the colleseum. You can get them on your own but the line was fairly long. If u look at the tour description, some do include tickets.

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[quote name='HockeyRob']I'm back!! We booked all out tours through italytoursharing.com and I can answer questions now. The tours were perfect. We contacted the company before so the guide got our tickets for us to the colleseum. You can get them on your own but the line was fairly long. If u look at the tour description, some do include tickets.[/QUOTE]



I'm back too. Since May!! [emoji1] We did Rome and Vatican tour by using train and prebuying return tickets for 44€ and an online booking for Vatican tour to bypass the line up for 128€. For 4. Easy commute and no traffic. And it was too much of a chilly wet day to do Cinque Terre so we did plan b) warmer further south and jnland to Tuscany with Sunflower Tours -a great day with Giovanni Sarabella. He is amazing and we saw many many beautiful places including San Gimignano. Id go with Giovanni again in a flash.


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[quote name='HockeyRob']Okay, after much research I have decided to use italytoursharing.com (akd Joe Banana Limo) I am going to book 3 ports to get the discount and then post on the roll call from what I am reading. The reviews are excellent for this Italy Company and I have a friend that used this company as well. He loved them.

My question on here, is do you ever have trouble filling the tours? I dont want to sign up and then not get "8" on each tour?

Thanks so much.[/QUOTE]
We did a tour share this past July on the Carnival Vista using Joe Banana at the port of Livorno. We did the Pisa/Lucca/Forte dei Marmi and the tour and our driver were excellent. All the towns were amazing and the driver was friendly, knowledgeable, and courteous. Our family (2 adults and teen) joined two older couples and a single dad and we all had a great time.

Highly recommended.

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Hi,
I read all the comments and recommendations on this thread and contacted them for a quote.
We need just a transfer (for 8) from Rome's airport FCO to the port (Civitavecchia) and another transfer/transportation after the cruise back to FCO.
They responded very quickly ...... but their price is a lot higher than any other quote that I have received.
I am wondering why they are priced so high ? It is just a transfer...... perhaps they are not a Rome /local company.

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We joined a group that I met on our Cruise critic roll call for the seven night Mediterranean cruise on the Norwegian star oct 23-30. We visited Italy, Spain and France. I wanted an excursion from Port of Naples to tour Capri, Naples and Pompeii. I took my 21-year-old son. We did the NCL Star group tour 1090 to Capri & Pompeii on Oct 29. I had read great reviews about Joe banana and they did not disappoint. Our tour guide Carlos was fabulous, his English is great, fun enjoyable personality and patience. Carlos showed us a wonderful time and Took our group to an out of the way authentic Italian restaurant in Sorrento for our group of eight to have a terrific meal. I highly recommend.

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[quote name='b_cruise']Thanks for the report.

That is great that others appreciate this company like me. The great thing is too, that we support the local companies. I have used italytoursharing.com many times along with other tour companies recommended on this board. I have never been disappointed!! I am so thankful for cruise critic as the roll calls and private tours have saved a lot of money compared to doing it with the cruise lines.[/QUOTE]

I booked 3 excursions in 3 different ports last year with Joe Banana limo's , they have excellent guides , very knowledgable and lots of fun, comfortable vehicles and reasonable prices , will def use them again when I can!

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I too did the 3 tours in each port. I am in the process of booking another cruise. Like others have said on here, once you cruise the mediterranean there is nothing quite like it. I am sure the pocket book will only let us cruise a couple more times in Europe because of airfare but if you get a chance, it is really outstanding.

I can highly recommend italytoursharing.com as we booked the 3 tours with them and they delivered a quality tour with very professional drivers.

I am glad you enjoyed the tours reilly4514. I did a lot of research on these boards to figure out exactly what I wanted to do. That is a lot of the fun about Europe, is the planning. Takes a lot of time.

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We arrived in Salerno on the Celebrity Equinox on October 20. The reservation was for 8 passengers, tour SAL 004 to Sorrento, Pompeii and Positano. Our group met on the ship then disembarked together. The vehicle was right there at the gangway. Everything was as expected, no surprises. At Pompeii, we were handed off to a very knowledgeable local guide, and at the end of the tour, we were handed back to our vehicle. We had plenty of time at all three stops to shop, eat, and, of course, have gelato! :)

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[quote name='HockeyRob']Okay, after much research I have decided to use italytoursharing.com (akd Joe Banana Limo) I am going to book 3 ports to get the discount and then post on the roll call from what I am reading. The reviews are excellent for this Italy Company and I have a friend that used this company as well. He loved them.

My question on here, is do you ever have trouble filling the tours? I dont want to sign up and then not get "8" on each tour?

Thanks so much.[/quote]

Had no trouble filling the tour at all. And the fact that you don't have to make all the confirmations, etc makes Joe Banana perfect for putting a group together. You can get the names and email addresses of all who sign on, too, so that you can make arrangements to meet onboard before disembarkation. Top notch company.

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I've booked some more tours with italytoursharing.com and an very excited about my June cruise on NCL. My roll call is very slow.. I've never experienced this before. By this time we all were looking for tours but it seems this cruise people are very slow to join. Anyone experience this before?

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Hi. We haven't done tour sharing before, but are considering it now with italytoursharing.com. My concern is, what happens if you join a tour group set up for 8, but it either doesn't get filled or people back out. Is the final price per person determined by how many show up on the day? If a family or group of 4 cancel, the costs could go up dramatically.

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[quote name='b_cruise']I........... very excited about my June cruise on NCL. My roll call is very slow.. I've never experienced this before. By this time we all were looking for tours but it seems this cruise people are very slow to join. Anyone experience this before?[/quote]

Our roll call for the cruise on Jewel in first part of July is also very slow ..... with very few participants ....... so different than our last roll call for a TA cruise. It is our first cruise from Civitavecchia so I am learning from all of the posts in this section. Some of the posters are very helpful with the information that they provide.

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Livorno was our second port of call and again we decided to take a private tour. This time with Joe Banana Limo. Pisa and Florence were part of our private tour this time. We spent a long day with another wonderful guide, Roberto. He picked us up at the Port of Livorno which is more of an industrial area. Roberto pointed out historic port sites as we made our way to Pisa. Roberto was totally at ease conversing and answering questions, being fluent in English and Spanish. He was amazing and did a wonderful job switching between English and Spanish. He was also patient enough to follow my conversations with my limited Italian anytime I felt brave enough to test my linguistic skills. Roberto took us through hidden countryside roads, where we experienced miles and miles of green fields bursting with either olive trees or vineyards. We made a quick stop along the way to take a few pictures where we got mud on our shoes. It seemed we all loved it, with everybody having an opportunity to take balls of mud as a souvenir. Roberto succeeded in entertaining everybody, starting with my sixty-five year old mother as well as my teenage nieces. It was the best experience ever! About 40 minutes later we arrived in Pisa. We walked to the Leaning Tower, it was almost a dream to be there. Roberto drove us around town, showing us ancient city walls, public baths, and churches. To our surprise many other areas in the city are sinking and leaning as well. It was absolutely beautiful! A bit more driving and we found ourselves in Florence. Our first stop was at La Academia Gallery, where we could not miss a chance to see the original David by Michelangelo (where we found ourselves grateful to have purchased skip the line tickets through Joe Banana). There were many other places of note that we visited or passed by as we were touring. We then drove back through the countryside arriving with time to spare to reboard our cruise ship. Everybody had a great time and absolutely loved Roberto! We highly recommend this company. If we go back, we will absolutely book with Joe Bananas Limo again.

Rome was our third stop at the port of Civitavecchia. We decided to book The Best of Rome tour with Joe Banana again based on several positive reviews. Our private guide, this time around was Marcus. We were once again a group of six with only limited Italian where he did a great job as a guide speaking in English. Marcus picked us up in a comfortable Mercedes Van. He was very knowledgeable and professional throughout the day. It took about an hour and twenty minutes to drive from the port to Rome. Marcus took us to several famous sites where we wandered at our leisure. We walked to the Spanish steps, Piazza Navona, and Trevi Fountain. Though it was crowded, we managed to throw a coin into the fountain ensuring our return to Rome. It was quite magical. We visited the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Palatine Hill and Circus Maximus. Marcus then shared his favorite lunch stop where we had awesome pizza. We then moved on to a stop for gelato which was as good as the pizza. We also made a stop in the Vatican City where we were once again very grateful to have purchased skip the line tickets through Joe Banana. We found the Vatican to be well beyond crowded. We did not have a great experience visiting the Sistine Chapel because of the overwhelming number of people. At the end of the day, none of our group had a positive experience while there. We do need to emphasize that was no fault to Marcus and the extreme crowds allowed by Vatican staff. Our overall experience of Rome was very positive and for sure unforgettable. No doubt we recommend Joe Banana Limo for the second time for a private tour.

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We have used Joe Bananas Limo service several times for our tours in Italy and they are indeed as many have stated, great. The drivers are very knowledgeable and courteous. Nothing but the best. We are using them again for our upcoming HAL cruise in June of 2018. They have lots of choices and options for the size of a tour group. We actually are going to do a 2-person tour with them in 2018 and looking forward to it.

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If anyone is considering using Joe Bananas for a private tour, I can highly recommend them. The drivers and guides they use are excellent. The simple touches like water and candies in the car were much appreciated. Being somewhat limited in how far I can walk, I really enjoyed being taken literally to within footsteps of most sights.

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[quote name='Iceman999']Hi. We haven't done tour sharing before, but are considering it now with italytoursharing.com. My concern is, what happens if you join a tour group set up for 8, but it either doesn't get filled or people back out. Is the final price per person determined by how many show up on the day? If a family or group of 4 cancel, the costs could go up dramatically.[/quote]

Your tour will happen without it being filled up to 8; you will just pay for the number of people that do go

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[quote name='CountrySinger']If anyone is considering using Joe Bananas for a private tour, I can highly recommend them. The drivers and guides they use are excellent. The simple touches like water and candies in the car were much appreciated. Being somewhat limited in how far I can walk, I really enjoyed being taken literally to within footsteps of most sights.[/quote]


I agree. They are the best in my opinion. We parked right next to the Pantheon in Rome while we toured it. They stopped and bought us lemon ice in Naples and provided excellent narrations for all our tours. We used them several times in Rome, Florence, Pisa, and the entire Naples area.

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Hello everyone! I am in the process of booking Med cruise and now it is time to choose a tour company in Italy. We will have two ports - Rome and Florence, so does it make sense to book both tours with one company? Will it help to arrange everything and probably get a discount?

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[quote name='cansas.piligrim']Hello everyone! I am in the process of booking Med cruise and now it is time to choose a tour company in Italy. We will have two ports - Rome and Florence, so does it make sense to book both tours with one company? Will it help to arrange everything and probably get a discount?[/quote]
You will have to do research on discounts with the Tour Companies you may be interested in. Some companies will give you a discount if you sign up for tours at 3 different ports of call. Also, you need to know whether you will dock in Livorno or La Spezia for Florence. If you feel comfortable with a particular tour company that gets good reviews, then you should be able to decide if you want to do business with them for both Ports of Call. If nothing else it will be convenient. Whatever you decide, have a wonderful time.

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[quote name='senorbanda']You will have to do research on discounts with the Tour Companies you may be interested in. Some companies will give you a discount if you sign up for tours at 3 different ports of call. Also, you need to know whether you will dock in Livorno or La Spezia for Florence. If you feel comfortable with a particular tour company that gets good reviews, then you should be able to decide if you want to do business with them for both Ports of Call. If nothing else it will be convenient. Whatever you decide, have a wonderful time.[/quote]

I have just started the researching and now I choose among different companies proposals. The thing that slightly disturbs me is that for this two ports I like tour programs of different companies but I am pretty sure that all my family would feel themselves a lot more comfortable doing buiseness with one company for several ports. Probably we should just take one group tour and one private tour with all the details arranged as we do like. I don't know yet...planning is fun but sometimes so confusing:confused:

And thanks for your recommendations!
Jane

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I've booked four tours with Italy tour sharing for our upcoming cruises. Their tours are a bit different than the generic ones I've seen with other companies and they are very easy to work with


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[quote name='cansas.piligrim']I have just started the researching and now I choose among different companies proposals. The thing that slightly disturbs me is that for this two ports I like tour programs of different companies but I am pretty sure that all my family would feel themselves a lot more comfortable doing buiseness with one company for several ports. Probably we should just take one group tour and one private tour with all the details arranged as we do like. I don't know yet...planning is fun but sometimes so confusing:confused:

And thanks for your recommendations!
Jane[/quote]
I understand completely about the issues of planning tours for your cruise.We have used italytoursharing in 2014 for the Amalfi Coast and 2016 for Lucca and Florence. In both instances we were completely satisfied with the service and communication that they provided. If you decide to go with them, I don't think you'll be disappointed. Whatever you decide, have a wonderful trip!

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[quote name='cansas.piligrim']I have just started the researching and now I choose among different companies proposals. The thing that slightly disturbs me is that for this two ports I like tour programs of different companies but I am pretty sure that all my family would feel themselves a lot more comfortable doing buiseness with one company for several ports. Probably we should just take one group tour and one private tour with all the details arranged as we do like. I don't know yet...planning is fun but sometimes so confusing:confused:



And thanks for your recommendations!

Jane[/QUOTE]



We used one company for two ports and a second company for the third port, although as others have indicated, you can get a discount when using one company for three tours. Also, the wonderful thing about private tours is your ability to tailor it to your liking. We've changed our minds many times while in the midst of a tour, along with the agreement of others on our smaller tours, and decided to do this instead of that last minute. You do not have to adhere to a rigid format. For example, while in Rome it was raining hard, so our driver basically indicated that it would be a big mistake to try to see some of the outdoor sites. This is after we had already toured the Colosseum and now looked like a bunch of drenched rats, so he asked us all if we would like to go to his friend,s restaurant, known as an ostoria, and we jumped at the chance. We were served a five course meal, which included alcohol, for 20€ pp. It was a hole in the wall, and they made the most fantastic food for the eight of us. The place was packed We were done after two hours and whisked to the Vatican, where me met our private tour guide who expedited our entrance into the Vatican.
But I can tell you, the thing that my husband and I still talk about is that impromptu lunch in Rome. As they say, when in Rome...



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[quote name='senorbanda']I understand completely about the issues of planning tours for your cruise.We have used italytoursharing in 2014 for the Amalfi Coast and 2016 for Lucca and Florence. In both instances we were completely satisfied with the service and communication that they provided. If you decide to go with them, I don't think you'll be disappointed. Whatever you decide, have a wonderful trip![/quote]

We have Rome in our itinerary and also plan Pisa and Lucca tour. Still thinking about a tour program to choose. Thank you, I'm sure we will!

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[quote name='4cats4me']We used one company for two ports and a second company for the third port, although as others have indicated, you can get a discount when using one company for three tours. Also, the wonderful thing about private tours is your ability to tailor it to your liking. We've changed our minds many times while in the midst of a tour, along with the agreement of others on our smaller tours, and decided to do this instead of that last minute. You do not have to adhere to a rigid format. For example, while in Rome it was raining hard, so our driver basically indicated that it would be a big mistake to try to see some of the outdoor sites. This is after we had already toured the Colosseum and now looked like a bunch of drenched rats, so he asked us all if we would like to go to his friend,s restaurant, known as an ostoria, and we jumped at the chance. We were served a five course meal, which included alcohol, for 20€ pp. It was a hole in the wall, and they made the most fantastic food for the eight of us. The place was packed We were done after two hours and whisked to the Vatican, where me met our private tour guide who expedited our entrance into the Vatican.
But I can tell you, the thing that my husband and I still talk about is that impromptu lunch in Rome. As they say, when in Rome... [/quote]

Yes, there is an abslutely wonderful thing about private tours - the possibility of improvisation and changing your route depending on circumstances. My family experienced it during our Baltic cruise and it was soo much fun! That time we booked several children-friendly private tours as we travelled with two kids of 9 and 12. Now they both are teenagers and we think about booking private tour for four of us at least for Rome and probably do Pisa and Lucca by our own. Or take another private tour:D

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[quote name='b_cruise'] This year in July, I have emailed them and they are setting up a night tour for my son in ROME as he is going to ProPose (sp) to his gf... IM SO FREAKING EXCITED and so happy I have used italytoursharing as I know they will take care of my son and his gf.. I want to be in the bush with a video camera but I don't think I would win mom of they year, hahaha
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They can even arrange a proposal night? Wow! You certainly would not win mom of the year prise haha, but I fully understand you;p Proposal in Rome sounds incredible!

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We used Joe Banana Tours from the Civitavecchia, Italy Port to our Rome hotel and were extremely satisfied. They were prompt, professional, courteous and had a spotless vehicle! I highly recommend using their service from the port to your Rome destination.

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I would like to book Italytoursharing but if you set it up will you be on the hook to pay the entire amount if you don't get others to join. Thats what worries me it.

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You will be on the hook to pay for what the cost is for two people if no one else joins. You are able to cancel the tour several days before the tour date; go to their website and read what it says.
We booked four upcoming tours with them and three are sold out, the last with only two spots left


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[quote name='CarolR']I would like to book Italytoursharing but if you set it up will you be on the hook to pay the entire amount if you don't get others to join. Thats what worries me it.[/quote]

I booked three tours with italytoursharing for our upcoming Med. cruise (June 12). They have been wonderful at responding immediately to every question or concern! Truly professional!
Our roll call is very small so it's been hard to fill the tours and we're only a week away. You can always start a group and, if it does not fill (or at least close to full), you have the option to cancel up to 7 days prior to date of tour.

Right now, I have a tour with 7, one with 5, and one with just the three of us.

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We have never used their shared tours, but have booked private tours with JoeBanana (italytoursharing).
We were supposed to port in Amalfi but sea was rough so we docked in Naples on the day of our Amalfi Coast Tour.

Our driver was waiting for us with a sign as we exited the ship in Naples! He was so delightful and made our day one of the best we have had in any port.

He drove us all the way up to Positano, touring along the way. He also took us to a wonderful restaurant in the hills of Positano for dinner (our ship was docked in Naples overnight) and then drove us all the way back to Naples for no additional charge, even though it was a 2hr drive back to Naples and we didn't get back til 11pm. We gave him a big tip!

I would highly recommend this company and will use them again and again.

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[COLOR=#4A4A4A][FONT=Arial]We had an absolutely fabulous day with our guide Giovanni! He was the most energetic person I have ever met and he was so excited for us to experience Italy! His love for the area was infectious and we wished we could have spent more of our days with him. The tour was perfect and we did everything we wanted to do. The 4 hours of free time we spent exporting Cinque Terre was amazing!! For the limited time we had in port, it was the perfect amount of time. When we saw the huge cruise ship groups being herded around in huge crowds, we were even more glad that we chose to go with Joe Banana Tour Sharing. We were with 5 other people, but as their own group they did their own thing and we did ours. It was essentially a private tour for 1/3 of the cost of the cruise ship excursion.[/FONT][/COLOR]

[COLOR=#4A4A4A][FONT=Arial]It was without a doubt one of the best tours we have ever had and our best day on the whole cruise.[/FONT][/COLOR]
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