Travel Blogs from Sorrento
... is full of amazing views during the day, at night we still got to see the seaside towns lit up beautifully. We finally arrived in Sorrento and checked into the hotel. The room was amazing and we couldn't wait to see what the view from the deck looked like in the morning. Since all four of us were starving we decided to drive to the center of town and find a nice pizza place to ...
... which served $12 beers. As beautiful as Capri is, it certainly isn't cheap! We then caught the funicular (a train/cable car type thing) back down the mountain before having a quick lie on the pebbled beach and catching the ferry back to Sorrento.
We then drove to Positano for a quick visit which meant a drive along the Amalfi Coast. Again the scenery was breathtaking as we drove along the cliff face. Another beautiful place, apparently Keith Urban has a place ...
... we got off at the right one, even went out of their way and led us upstairs to the place to catch our train to Rome. Though the signs really show the way quite easily for anyone doing this on their own, it wouldn't be a problem finding your way. They were just very nice and wanted to make sure we made it ok.
Arrived at the Garibaldi station in Naples at about 10:45 and had to wait until 11:40 till they posted which binario (train track) that my train would be on. As soon ...
Prior to our time spent in Malta we had spent just one night in Catania, Sicily, where we caught the very short flight to the Maltese islands. Similarly, we spent a night in Catania on the way back towards mainland Italy as well. The eastern coast of Sicily is also home to Taormina, which is a popular beach resort town that we only had the chance to see briefly as our regional train zipped through but seems to be a very popular destination. The Sicilian countryside is ...
... and Ischia. Sorrento's sea cliffs and luxury hotels have attracted notable people, including Enrico Caruso and Luciano Pavarotti.
Sorrento is famous for the production of limoncello, a digestif made from lemon rinds, alcohol, water and sugar. Other agricultural production includes citrus fruit, wine, nuts and olives. Wood craftsmanship is also developed.
Positano is a village and comune on the Amalfi Coast (Costiera Amalfitana), in Campania, ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed