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Fantastic Capri Tours. Exclusive customized day tour specializing in pick up from cruise ships docking in Naples, Sorrento and Capri.
Discover the wonderful natural and artistic isle of Capri: from the Faraglioni rocks to the Blue Grotto, from the top of Monte Solaro down to the interesting Villa San Michele. Spectacular walks on which to admire one of the most authentic beauties of the world.
Authorized local (caprese) guides are at your disposal to organize a complete tour of the island - speaking in german, english and spanish. Professional and competent personal are at your service.
Transfer and assistance from the airport or from the Naples station to the hotel in Capri.
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7 Days in Havana (2012)
It is a film divided into seven short or chapters. Each chapter is directed by a different director, which shows the daily lives of various characters during a day in Havana. Away from the tourist clichés, intended to reflect the soul of this city through different neighborhoods, atmospheres, generations and cultures. representative places of Havana, as the Hotel Nacional, the Malecon, etc.They are the scene of some of the chapters.
127 Hours (2010)
In Spanish, 127 Hours, is based on a true story. It tells the story of mountaineer Aron Ralston, who in 2003 suffered an accident while exploring solo canyons in Utah, USA, which left him with his arm pinned under a rock for more than 5 days. The film begins quite adventure, but it is becoming increasingly dramatic. If there is a lesson to learn from this story, certainly we tell where we are going and how long we will be cut off, so that if something were to happen to us, we could find more easily and quickly.
Motorcycle Diaries (2004)
A biographical film set in 1952, where we tell the story of the first voyage of Ernesto “Che” Guevara through South America with his friend Alberto Granada. A trip where Che Guevara begins to form their ideals and born the desire to help fight poverty and injustice. The way they performed is known as the “Camino del Che Guevara” that many travelers performed today, following in his footsteps.
Eat, Pray, Love (2010)
Its translation would be “Eat, Pray, Love”. Starring Julia Roberts, a woman who decides to leave everything to travel and try to discover what you really want in your life. Her travels take her to taste the food in Italy, learn about spirituality in India, and discover love in Indonesia.
Into the Wild (2007)
Into the Wild or Wild Way. It is one of my favorites, which tells the story of Christopher McCandless, a young American in 1990 after finishing college decided to leave the company due to the set of practices and customs that entailed lifestyle in which he grew up . It departs from everything material and begins a journey as naturist bound for Alaska. The film shows us every step of the character, from his life in society until they reach the desired destination, Alaska.
Journey to the Center of the Earth (2008)
It is based on one of the books of Jules Verne, it leads to the center of the Earth. Not the best travel movies on this list, but it serves to entertain a while and see a little adventure.
How far (2006)
Travel Ecuadorian film tells the story of Esperanza, a Spanish tourist who arrives in Ecuador with the intention to know the country, and Teresa, a local student. They hitchhiking in the middle of a national strike, set out on a journey in which they will learn both the other person and the country around them. And above all, themselves. he did not have much hope it was good, but I liked it.
Seven Years in Tibet (1997)
Another great movie not to be missed. Starring Brad Pitt and based on the book by Austrian mountaineer Heinrich Harrer, 1953, in which the experiences of Harrer in Tibet between 1944 and 1950. Heinrich will be captured in India during World War II where he remained several years in prison narrated until he manages to escape and take refuge in Tibet. He will live seven years in Tibet, knowing their culture and living the Chinese oppression of that country which lasts until today without the international community do nothing to prevent it. Tibet was an independent country until Communist China decided to invade because of its resources and strategic position.Tibet being a peaceful country without army had no chance to defend himself.
The Art of Travel (2008)
The film highlights some of the realities that they happen to lone travelers, love stories, theft, fraud and scams unknown countries. It will see Central American countries, such as Nicaragua and Panama, the Darien Gap, Peru and Bolivia. Which tries to show how you can learn a lot more about life as we travel the world being in our cities and schools. Also highly recommended!
The Beach (2000)
Richard played by Leonardo Di Caprio, comes to Thailand as a backpacker in search of adventure.During his stay in Bangkok he becomes aware of the existence of an island paradise hidden from society. Together with a French couple embark on the adventure to find that place of dreams. It was precisely this film that made famous Phi Phi Island Ko Len really a paradise, but today polluted by tourism.
The Impossible (2013)
The film was born from a true story where the experience of a Spanish family in the tsunami that hit the coast of Southeast Asia in 2004 is recreated, and killed thousands of people. It is not a film that inspires travel, and also is quite sad, but it is a reality that many travelers met in the paradisiacal beaches of Southeast Asia.
The Way (2010)
A film for travelers or pilgrims who would like to do the Camino de Santiago, Spain. It focuses on the personal motives of each character which make the Camino de Santiago. One trying to lose weight, one for quitting smoking, writing a book, or meet the desire of his recently deceased son. Immerses viewers in the history of one of the most sacred pilgrimage roads of the world, and shows very good landscapes of northern Spain.
No doubt there are many more movies travel, but with this list, we have a good collection to start. Watch here xmovies8.
Our suggested excursions:
In just two hours you will discover the colours of the sea in the inlets as we hug the coastline of the island.
The extraordinary colbalt colour of the sea can be admired from inside the Blue Grotto due to a phenomenon of light refraction from an opening under the sea.
Constructed on the ruins of an ancient roman villa by Axel Munthe the swedish doctor and writer, it is now a museum.
This green park, not far from the centre of Capri, from here there is a wonderful panoramic view of the island, where you can admire the Marina Piccola Bay and the Faraglioni Rocks.
The highest point of the island can be reached by chairlift which takes you to the summit. From the observation point there is a spacious view of the Golf of Salerno as well as the whole island.