Sorrento is a popular destination on the coast of Italy, but it’s also a popular launching-point for trips to nearby sights like the Amalfi Coast and the gorgeous island of Capri. Here’s what you need to know about day trips to Capri from Sorrento.
Positano is one of the most popular destinations in Italy, a terraced vision on the Amalfi Coast. It’s not exactly easy to reach, however, especially if you’re used to traveling Italy by train. Here’s what you need to know about getting to Positano.
The towns of the Amalfi Coast are magnets for sun-seeking holiday-makers during the summer months. Beaches are full to capacity, shops are busy and restaurants do a brisk business. But what is the nightlife like on the Amalfi Coast?
Food is central to Italian life, and differs substantially enough from region to region that taking food tours in different cities is always a great idea. In Naples, a food walking tour gives you a chance to try – and learn more about – a few Neapolitan culinary classics.
Eating the local specialties of the Amalfi Coast is a great way to get into the culture. But an even better idea is to learn to make those dishes with a cooking class in Sorrento, so you can bring home some new skills.
Imagine how challenging it can be for young children to understand the age and significance of Roman ruins like the ones at Pompeii. If you’re traveling with kids, it’s helpful to find a family-friendly Pompeii tour so everyone is engaged and interested.
Many don’t know that all of the twenty regions of Italy produce wine. The Campania region, with Mt. Vesuvius looming over the landscape, produces wine grapes grown in rich, volcanic soil. Get familiar with some of it on a wine tour from Naples.
We all love to bring home a memento or two from our travels, and it’s even better when that souvenir is truly representative of the place. On the Amalfi Coast, you’ve got several great choices for what to bring home, and an organized shopping tour can help you find the best gifts.
There are lots of good reasons to visit the pretty towns of the Amalfi Coast, and one popular pastime there is shopping. To bring home a uniquely local souvenir, however, you’ve got to go beyond the designer boutiques and check out the ceramics of Vietri sul Mare.
There may be no more quintessentially Italian way to get around a city like Naples than on the back of a Vespa. We’ve all been drawn by the romance of zipping down historic streets past ancient landmarks – but then the reality of driving in Italian traffic sets in, and the whole thing seems far less romantic. Which is why taking a Vespa tour in Naples is such a great idea – because someone else does the driving.