How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Vittoria
TripAdvisor Reviews Vittoria Positano
Travel Blogs from Positano
... made a picnic lunch for us and a good part of our day slipped by in a very relaxed way.
When we left we walked via the path to the main beach as it is a lot easier than the steps, hit a few shops with my man showing untold patience and made it back up the hill to home to cool off and plan ahead for the next few days before going out for dinner.
A lovely easy day for our last day in this charming village.
Positano hosts about ...
... road so drivers can see oncoming traffic, but they also honk constantly to warn other vehicles.
After a little ways, we discovered the stairs. I quit counting after 300 or so (Kathie your knees could never have taken it) and felt there must have been 1,000 in total. Later online I found out the stairway is called the "Thousand Steps". It appears I guessed correctly.
During our journey down, which took about 40 minutes, we discovered the dog we hear ...
... Rob and Rena had walked the long way back to the villa on our first day.
Shopping was mainly small mementos of Positano that we could fit in our luggage and of course some Positano linen and tee shirts.
We stopped for a two hour lunch at Ristorante Bar Bruno. We had a ...
... not for sixty something retirees. Everyone i.e. everybody we’d spoken to who had done the research, plus the ship had warned of pick pockets, not only here but also in our next visits i.e. Rome and Florence . . . . and most of all, Barcelona.
Now for a glass of wine on our balcony while our home makes ready to depart, and then food at the Lido, followed by a show . . . difficult life ...
... we had to purchase tickets to get on the train-trolley thingy to take us to the top of the Island. Good thing Courtney did this the day before. We purchased our tickets and headed through the turnstiles, inserted our ticket and joined every other tourist and Italian trying to get to the top in a hurry. It was kind of like and amusement park ride, the attendants said, "hurry, hurry" as we scurried into the train-trolley like cattle during a cattle call. Courtney said, "we ...