The Amalfi Coast is one of those places in Italy that are bound to take your breath away. Embraced by the deep blue waters of Bay of Naples, the chain of green hills along with its natural and scenic beauty, this place is magical and has become a popular holiday destination for people around the world.
However, visiting Amalfi might be confusing especially when you are here for the first time. There might be a swarm of questions (exaggerating a bitJ) perplexing your mind like where would you stay, what would you see? And the place being totally unknown to you can also make you wonder whether to choose packaged tours or depend on self-guide (which might always not go well!), so it is best if you take the help of the travel experts who can solve all your problems and let you explore as a free bird.
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Highlights of the trip:
The different towns of the Amalfi coast are very easy to reach as the transportation services are easily accessible and affordable. One can opt for road tours by bus or private cars to reach other towns or simply take a ferry ride from the ports and enjoy the pleasing view.
Sorrento the town of lemons sits high on the cliff giving the best views of the fishing towns below and the mesmerizing blue sea. From Sorrento, one can spot the majestic Mt. Vesuvius– an active volcano of the region. The streets of the city are fascinating and has attractions such as- the church of Cheisade San Francesco erected during the 14th century, the picturesque square of Piazza Tasso with the best cafes around.
Another cliff-side town of the Amalfi coast, Positano is very lively, and is much popular among the tourists for its photogenic view. With the best views where hills and sea unite, Positano is a favourite spot for also beach lovers as it has a beautiful pebbled beach front. The narrow streets of the town are very impressive along with its historical attractions like the dome-shaped church of Chiesadi Santa Maria Assunta and the Byzantine icon of Virgin Mary is equally enticing.
If you love adventure and hiking, then Positano is the perfect place for you as its Sentiero degli Dei, Gods’ Pathway, a wonderful walk along Monti Lattari, the only way connecting all for several centuries between all the medieval villages of Amalfi Coast.
Another popular attraction, Capri is known for its Faraglioni rocks and the Blue Grotto caves. The view from Capri is stunning, with sparkling blue sea and steep cliffs that have wonderfully formed arches in the midst of the sea. Take a boat ride to the Blue Grotto caves to witness what you haven’t before.
The town of Amalfi is very impressive and has equally attractive sites for you to check out including the famous Cloister of Paradise with an enticing interior and stunning gardens, and the holy church of Duomidi Amalfi (Cathedral of Amalfi) is a must visit.
Ravello has magical cliff-side gardens along with a breathtaking view. Pretty, vibrant flowers contrasted with the deep-blue sea serving as the natural background, Ravello is extremely photogenic and resembles a paradise. The resort town of Ravello has many Moorish architectures such as the Villa Cimbrone and many other terraced gardens to explore.
How to reach Amalfi?
No matter how you visit the Amalfi Coast, the journey is going to be very scenic. However, there are many ways by which you can step in here as the transportation services are excellent. One can take ferry rides from Naples which would take approximately 40 minutes. If you are traveling from Rome, then you can opt for private car services to reach Naples or Amalfi, but the journey might be long and last up to 3hours. One can also take Trenitalia or Italo trains from Roma Termini to reach Napoli Centrale and continue their journey towards Amalfi by car, bus or ferry.
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