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DH and I will be going to Naples sometime next spring to visit our son and his family. I don't even know where to start to plan sightseeing. Our DIL said they just did a USO sponsored tour of the Vatican for much less than the prices I've seen on the Internet for other tour groups. Hopefully, that will be an option for us when we go.

I also want to see Pompeii and so many other places I can't even remember them all. I know I won't be able to visit them all in ten days.

So, what do others suggest for Italian must sees using Naples as home base? We do have some HH points we can use for hotel stays. We are not time sharing so are not confined in that regard. I might be able to squeeze some vacation dollars for local hotels if a Hilton property is not available.

Any tour guide recommendations? We don't want to rent a car. We don't speak Italian. I plan to try to learn some between now and then but the old brain just doesn't retain as much these days.

Many thanks for your insights and suggestions.

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