Hotel Centrale

Largo Duchi Piccolomini,, 1, Amalfi, 84011, Italy
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travel to Amalfi in December

by Dines

I would like to travel to Italy about Dec 15-28. How would the weather be in the Amalfi area at that time? Is traveling there at that time a good idea.
We don't mind cool weather, but would not like to see a lot of rain.
Also a suggested travel route.

Re: travel to Amalfi in December

by ricky52

Due to extreme climatic changes the World is experiencing at the moment, trying to predict the weather can be difficult because of local, on the day variations.
Most places now are seeing weather conditions well outside the norm.
The information below should be used as a guide only.

Here is the average weather for Amalfi for this time of year.
Enjoy your holiday.

High 52f / 11c
Low 42f / 5c
Rain 4.10in / 103.0mm
Rain days 14
Hours of sun 4
Daylight hours 9
UV level 1 = Low
Humidity = Frost may occur in December
Sea temp 61f / 16c

Re: travel to Amalfi in December

by leics

No-one can predict the weather with any accuracy so far ahead.

Ricky's data is accurate and you can also find temp & rainfall average tables here:

You may see rain, you may not. I would happily go in December (but I'm from the UK).

You do not say if you are travelling by car. With car or public transport, from Sorrento via the coast road is the obvious way.

You can get the Circumvesuviana train (cheap, frequent) to Sorrento from Napoli Garibaldi station (adjoining Napoli Centrale station). Timetables here:

From Sorrento there are buses which run along the coast road to Amalfi. Timetables here, under Quadro 14:

Buy bus tickets from the newsagent at the Sorrento Circumvesuviana station entrance.

There is a direct bus to Sorrento from Naples airport (a very good service, imo):

A taxi to Amalfi from the airport will cost 130+ euro. A pdf with airport taxi fares is on this page (scroll down):

If you are travelling by car use to provide you with route & information.

Travel Tips for Amalfi

First view of Amalfi

by sandysmith

Our first view of Amalfi was as we dropped down the hill path from Atrani - its smaller neighbour, also worth a visit.
The sunbeds all arranged in typical uniform italain style, the trees on the promenade and the coastline stretching beyond was a colourful sight indeed.

Roman bits............

by leics

Do keep your eye open for strange bits of masonry (and brick). There were several opulent Roman maritime villas near and in Amalfi, and bits of them were clearly re-used for later building. Which makes perfect sense: why bother spending time and energy creating new stones when there are plenty already lying around?

So look closely at the bell-tower, and at the gate near to the cathedral entrance. You'll see Roman pillars, and Roman bricks........


by Jmill42 about Gelato Shop

I had my best gelato here in Amalfi, and you probably dont realize how strong of a statement that is because you have no clue as to the sheer tonnage of gelato I ate while in Italy. I don't remember the name of the place, but I can direct you there easily. It is located in the main square, right in front of the duomo. If you are standing with your back to the duomo and pointed left at a 45 degree angle, you are pointing to the gelato shop.

Stracciatella, Fragola, Nutella... I had them all!

Not together...

Amalfi Cathedral

by clairegeordio

Amalfi is the largest town on the Amalfi Coast. Amalfi Cathedral dates back to the 10th Century and dominates the square in Amalfi. It has beautiful bronze doors. In the summer it is open from 9am-9pm and in the winter from 10am-5pm

The Cathedral of Amalfi

by Jetgirly

The monumental Cathedral of Amalfi dates back to the 13th century and combines Moorish and Norman architecture. Today, it is open for religious ceremonies, while visits cost about EUR 3 with an informative pamphlet. Depending on your level of interest the visit can take from fifteen minutes to more than an hour, but I would recommend it.


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