Relais Regina Giovanna

Address: Via Calata di Puolo 1, Sorrento, Campania, 80067, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Calata di Puolo 1, Sorrento, is near Museobottega della Tarsialignea (The museum/workshop of inlaid wood), Marina di Puolo, Punta del Capo, and Bay of Naples.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Sorrento

    Living like royalty in Sorrento

    A travel blog entry by goodner on Sep 14, 2014

    1 comment, 143 photos

    ... Loser. Because it was so over-the-top ambitious for even the most patient and decadent foodies, I will outline the items served in lavish quantities:

    • Prosciutto & melon
    • Bruschetta with tomatoes
    • Salad
    • Potato croquettes
    • Rice balls
    • Fresh Mussels
    • Meatballs
    • Fried local fish
    • Grilled local fish fillets
    • Lemon cake
    • Ice cream
    We should have known better. We ...

    Capri Cruising

    A travel blog entry by cranleystravels on Sep 03, 2014

    1 comment, 45 photos

    ... and kiss our love.
    We stopped a couple of times to dive off the back of the boat to have a swim and cool down in the most beautiful blue waters. Only 6 of us swam, 2 of the Frenchies couldn't swim and " les miserables" were never going too. We were served sandwiches for lunch and supplied with drinks all day.
    Once we had cruised around the entire island, he took us past the "Blue Racket" ( famous Blue Grotto) ...

    Southern Italy continued

    A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Jun 18, 2014

    59 photos

    ... gave us the best representation on how the Romans lived (much more than the ruins in rome). In the 4 hours of exploring we saw everything, the homes, public baths, the prostitution house (one of the oldest professions), but by far the most full on sight were the moulds of people who died in the eruption. Because the lava that covered the people hardened before their entire body decomposed, a 'shell' was left around their skeletons, allowing the archeologists to inject ...

    Italy and the end

    A travel blog entry by luckyobes on May 03, 2014

    2 comments, 79 photos

    ... Tuscany and Cinque Terre, until our final day where we all had to pack up and catch trains in the pouring rain. It added to our dreary moods of having to say goodbye to each other, but this was a trip we’ll never forget.

    While our friends headed back to Florence to catch flights home, we took an hour train to Pietra Santa where we were greeted by Greg’s mom and Aunt Marion for more Italian touring. It was Easter Sunday so we went to church in the ...

    Sorrento (Day 2)

    A travel blog entry by paynefamily on Sep 24, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    Seeing the Amalfi Coast has been something I have wanted to see for many years. Many people have said it is breathtaking and with advice from our hotel owner, seeing the gorgeous coastline from the water is the best way. I am soo glad we took his advice.

    As per the usual tour thing a bus picked us up from our hotel and took us down to Navona to
    the boat. Initially I was a bit concerned as I get sea sick. This was never an issue, I felt great the whole time! ...