Hotel La Ninfa

Via Mauro Comite 35, Amalfi, 84011, it
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Aussie travelling to Italy in Oct 08

by postman_pat

Hi all,

Just like to welcome myself to the forum:)

I'm on my first overseas trip in October for 6 weeks, and the Amalfi Coast and Italy has drawn my attention.

Besides the normal scenic tours, what else can people recommend? Eg. I'm a bit of a keen salsa dancer, so if certain towns have a great salsa culture I'd love to know:) I'd also like to do a few tours where I get to be active, for example a bike tour or mountain hike.



Re: Aussie travelling to Italy in Oct 08

by Mitsumi

Hi Max,
If you are planning to visit the Amalfi coast, check out this link:
As for salsa dances, you might find some clubs, although salsa is a Latin American type of dance/music.
While in Italy, you might want to try real Italian cuisine and also the famous drink "limoncello"

Have fun,

Re: Aussie travelling to Italy in Oct 08

by postman_pat

Hi Mitsumi,

Thanks for your post. Yes I'm aware salsa is a latin-american style dance. It is practiced worldwide though! And I've found that where I come from, dancing is a great way of meeting like-minded people. For example, I'm looking forward to possibly joining in some social soccer games when in italy!

So again, thanks for your post:)


Travel Tips for Amalfi

Scenic Streets

by sandysmith

For the most scenic walk in Amalfi, start at Piazza del Duomo and head up Via Genova. This classic stroll will take you through the narrow street of Amalfi with its joined arches overhead to the Valle dei Mulini (the Valley of the public is said to have acquainted Italy with the use of paper). You'll pass by fragrant gardens and scented citrus groves and eventually the remains of the old paper mills

the road back to Amalfi from Agerola-San Lazzaro

by angiebabe

Its about 45 mins by bus into the hills above Amalfi to Agerola which i discovered as it had the cheapest and easiest place to stay at for me. The roads winds and inclines quite steeply but the view back down is pretty - with your own vehicle or just walking down would give you much more opportunity to get some nice pics - its difficult on a public bus full of commuters - and watching you move from side to side on the bus to get your photos from each dramatic twist and turn of the road!

but anyway ... enjoy the views and the tranquility up in the hills

Top-Rated Pizza

by Jetgirly about Pizzeria da Maria

Pizzeria da Maria is listed in the Eyewitness series of guidebooks as one of the ten best pizzerias on the Amalfi Coast. In addition to a selection of pizzas, da Maria also serves a wide variety of seafood dishes, and a few pasta dishes. There are few vegetarian selections.

If you are eating pizza, the cover charge seems to be EUR 1.50, whereas those opting for seafood pay EUR 3.00 and get an order of garlic bread as well. I ordered an off-menu vegetarian pizza that was very good. Service was very quick and the restaurant was busy all night, every night.

Pizzeria da Maria is one of the best affordable restaurants in Amalfi. Although it is not spectacular, the food is above-average and prices are reasonable. Better than most restaurants in touristy areas. English is spoken.

Piazza Duomo

by aukahkay

The Piazza Duomo is the center of Amalfi village. The Cathedral of Saint Andrew dominates the piazza. On the piazza are numerous cafes, restaurants, shops and hotels. What a better way to spend a lazy afternoon than sitting down in a cafe over a cup of cappucino and watching the world go by.

The Duomo

by BorneoGrrl

The Duomo is the fantastic cathedral that dominates the view from the square of its namesake. The monument is situated high above most buildings and on top of a long staircase. From the facade you can tell that the design has Arab or Moorish influences with its rich black & white marbles inlaid on the walls.


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 Hotel La Ninfa

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Address: Via Mauro Comite 35, Amalfi, 84011, it