Vespa tour in Italy with ANDHO

On July 25th Emiliano hosted the whole staff of the famous Australian star Anh Do.
They went together touring by Vespa all along the Amalfi coast.
This tour became part of the Anh Do show ”Anh Does Italy”.
It was broadcasted on Channel 7 in January 2015

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Touring with Anh Do

On July 25th Emiliano guested the whole equipe of the famous Australian star Anh Do. They went together touring by vespa all along the Amalfi coast. Anh Do wants this tour to become part of  his show ” Anh Do Does Italy” . It will be soon broadcast in Australia on Channel 7

 

On tour with Anh Do

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Lunch with Anh Do

Lunch with Anh Do

 

 

Pompeii in 3 D – Film

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Pompeii in 3 D – Film

Pompeii (referred to by marketing as Pompeii in 3D) is an upcoming American disaster-adventure film co-written, produced and directed by Paul W. S. Anderson, the film stars Kit HaringtonEmily BrowningCarrie-Anne MossAdewale Akinnuoye-AgbajeJessica Lucas, with Jared Harris, and Kiefer Sutherland. It is scheduled to be released in February 2014.

Animated history of Vespa

Piaggio was founded in Genova in 1884 by twenty-year-old Rinaldo Piaggio. In 1917 Piaggio bought a new plant in Pisa, and four years later it took over a small plant in Pontedera and after World War II, witnessed the birth of the iconic Vespa.

The Vespa (which means “wasp” in Italian) was the result of Enrico Piaggio’s determination to create a low cost product for the masses. As the war drew to a close, Enrico studied every possible solution to get production in his plants going again. A motor scooter was produced, based on a small motorcycle made for parachutists. The prototype was nicknamed “Paperino” (the Italian name for Donald Duck) because of its strange shape, but Enrico Piaggio did not like it, and he asked Corradino D’Ascanio to redesign it.

Corradino D’Ascanio only needed a few days to refine his idea and prepare the first drawings of the Vespa, first produced in Pontedera in April 1946. It got its name from Enrico Piaggio himself who, looking at the MP 6 prototype with its wide central part where the rider sat and the narrow “waist”, exclaimed, “It looks like a wasp!”

And so the Vespa was born.

 

 

Piaggio sold some 2,500 Vespas in 1947, over 10,000 in 1948, 20,000 in 1949, and over 60,000 in 1950.

When Vespa celebrated its 50th anniversary in 1996, more than 15 million of the scooters had been sold worldwide.

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We offer Vespa guided tours in Naples, Pompeii, Sorrento, Positano and Amalfi.

The Vespa and The Cinema

“Today, after more than sixty years, the Vespa is the worldwide symbol of Italian creativity and a unique example of ‘immortality’ in the history of industrial design” wrote Piaggio Group Chairman and CEO Roberto Colaninno.

The Vespa made its movie debut in 1950 and became a worldwide status symbol with  in 1953, with the famous sequence of “Roman Holiday”, where Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck go through the Rome traffic on a Vespa.

Many actors and actresses sat on the Vespa over the last six decades, in myriad films, comedies, dramas, action movies.

 

 

 

Try a incredible vintage vespa tour in Naples, Pompeii, Sorrento, Amalfi and Positano…

 

Live again the scenes of unforgettable movies!

 

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Visiting Naples in Vespa

When you are in Naples will have many things to do, but one thing you definitely do not miss is a ride on a Vespa.

Naples is a city rich in history, art and tradition and visiting aboard a Vespa can give you the opportunity to appreciate the details as a real Neapolitan. If you’re in short trip and you expect to get more from it, take advantage of our Vespa Tours.

For those who want to travel slowly while discovering small villages and towns (such as the city of Naples, Sorrento, Positano, Amalfi, Pompeii) observing nature and experiencing the most hidden spots, a Vespa is the way to go. Touring Campania on a scooter creates images of freedom, simplicity and ease. Vespa is the ideal friend for who travels to unknown places at the perfect speed, slow enough to let riders enjoy the views and to stop in a little square for a coffee break.

Two wheels will give you the freedom to see exactly what interests you, and in less time.
To really “do as the Neapolitans do“, you have to go around on a Vespa avoiding the traffic jam and crowded tour buses. You’ll see much more of the city than you could ever see on your own.

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Moving on a Vespa gives you the opportunity to make the most of your available time, hassle of traffic and parking.

You can also enjoy the wonderful views that the city has to offer.

You can stop to eat a wonderful pizza in typical restaurant or pizzzeria or you can taste an ice cream or the legendary Neapolitan coffee.

A bit of Vespa’s history

The Vespa (which means “wasp” in Italian) was the result of Enrico Piaggio’s determination to create a low cost product for the masses. As the war drew to a close, Enrico studied every possible solution to get production in his plants going again. A motor scooter was produced, based on a small motorcycle made for parachutists. The prototype was nicknamed “Paperino” (the Italian name for Donald Duck) because of its strange shape, but Enrico Piaggio did not like it, and he asked Corradino D’Ascanio to redesign it.

Corradino D’Ascanio only needed a few days to refine his idea and prepare the first drawings of the Vespa, first produced in Pontedera in April 1946. It got its name from Enrico Piaggio himself who, looking at the MP 6 prototype with its wide central part where the rider sat and the narrow “waist”, exclaimed, “It looks like a wasp!”

And so the Vespa was born.

Piaggio sold some 2,500 Vespas in 1947, over 10,000 in 1948, 20,000 in 1949, and over 60,000 in 1950.

When Vespa celebrated its 50th anniversary in 1996, more than 15 million of the scooters had been sold worldwide.

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The Vespa and the Cinema

The Vespa made its movie debut in 1950 and became a worldwide status symbol with  in 1953, with the famous sequence of “Roman Holiday”, where Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck go through the Rome traffic on a Vespa.

Many actors and actresses sat on the Vespa over the last six decades, in myriad films, comedies, dramas, action movies.

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The vespa tour waiting for you..

Our drivers with the Vespas will pick you up at your accommodation at the ports or wherever you are and then they’ll bring you around for the duration of the tour and will drop you off back at the starting point.

One of the drivers is a tour guide and he’ll give the clients explanations about the monuments and sites that they will meet on the rout.

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