On the Italian island of Capri, the most beautiful view is found on one of the world's most beautiful footpaths. The zigzagging Via Krupp, which was carved into the island's south coast in 1902, reopened recently after being closed for 30 years and restored. On a three-hour island tour with Capritime, enjoy a guided walk along the trail. Start at the top in the lush Gardens of Augustus and snake your way down from an elevation of nearly 400 feet as you stop to admire the Bay of Marina Piccola and the spire-like Faraglioni Rocks. Your guide will point out juniper and rosemary shrubs and tell you about Friedrich Krupp, the German industrialist who conceptualized the path for easier access to the marinas below. At the bottom, peer up and admire the work of art you've just traversed. capritime.com
- $320 for up to ten people on a private three-hour guided tour.