Palazzo Marzoli

Via Guglielmo Marconi 334, Positano, 84017, Italy
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Private Car to Ponpeii

by DaniV22

I will be spending a few days in Positano this coming October and would like to hire a private car to take me to Pompeii. Does anyone have any suggestions in terms of companies/individuals that provide this service? Thank you!

Re: Private Car to Ponpeii

by cgf

Let's say that every 1000 inhabitants Washington has 12 taxis in the 24 hours, Barcellona 9,9, London 8,3, New York Manhattan 8, New York City 6,2, Dublin 5,2, 1.Stockholm 4, Prague 3,9, Paris 2,5, Rome 2,1, Copenhagen 2,1, Berlin 2,1, Milan 1,6, Bruxelles 1,3.... for small town like Positano, 4,000 inhabitants, during low season how many companies/individuals do you think you find?

The best is to go there and hope to find someone, I believe there are no "suggestions in terms of companies/individuals that provide this service" on October, probably who does a service like this could be tired for a lot of work done during summer and he/she/they could be on holiday.

Will you trust a private driver? what about insurance if something would happen?
anyway be prepared it will cost a little a service like it.

It's better take a taxi to the close Sorrento, Circunvesuviana train till Pompei Scavi, just right where you probably want to go and back in the same way but you may want have a dinner in Sorrento before go back to [the ghost at night] Positano.

Re: Private Car to Ponpeii

by travelgourmet

When I go to Italy, I enjoy being driven around to the sites and to the cruise docks in Civitavecchia. Sandro is part owner and also the best driver with a great knowledge of English and the surroundings of Italy. He is at website: http://www.romalimo.com
There are many private cars in Italy for hire, but for me having Sandro as my driver was the clincher to return to Romalimo.

Re: Private Car to Ponpeii

by simoq

Right in the centre of Positano you will find Positano Car Service:

http://www.positanocarservice.com/

I often go to Positano for work and I always rent their automatic smart car.

Re: Private Car to Ponpeii

by Odinnthor

Considering that my tours were on the expensive side, this company should be able to help you. On the expensive side but great at what they do. Check them out here.

http://www.wellarrangedtravel.com/Tours/Private_Tours/Italy/tours_Capri-Private-Tours-Rome.html

Re: Private Car to Ponpeii

by cgf

Odinnthor, what is it not expensive in Positano? :))

Re: Private Car to Ponpeii

by Odinnthor

True that C.
My tours stayed at the Hassler in Rome and the Danieli and the Cipriani in Venice, and Punta Tragara in Capri. Not exactly cheap. Other services were comparable to that, so private tours were rather highend as well.

Re: Private Car to Ponpeii

by cgf

My was an other consideration..
a can of coke in Positano (main town) could cost also three time as much it costs at Montepertuso or Nocelle which are hamlets of Positano itself (same council).

Re: Private Car to Ponpeii

by cgf

I meant same Municipality and Mayor.

Re: Private Car to Ponpeii

by genebeans

Easy-I havebeen there over 15 times and always use private drivers. Go to www.carsorrento.it and e-mail the owner renato cuomo and he will give you prices etc and look at all the people on his site who communicate and rave about his service. Tell him what you want to do and he will do it-Gene

Re: Private Car to Ponpeii

by Odinnthor

Thanks Gene, I had forgot them and how to get in touch with them. Agree that they are a good choice as well. Happy to get their information again. Thanks!

Re: Private Car to Ponpeii

by genebeans

Your welcome and thanks all for your replies--Gene

Travel Tips for Positano

Enjoy the View!

by Geisha_Girl

Anywhere you are in Positano, you will surely have the BEST view in town! You'll spin yourself silly just mesmerized by all the beauty that surrounds this magical place. My friends caught me in this mystery pose............"What exactly was she thinking?"

A) Someday my PRINCE will come?
B) Romeo, oh, Romeo, wherefore art thou?
C) It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood?
D) What the heck is that guy doing down there in the bushes??!!!!

Sentiero Degli Dei

by sandysmith

Many trails are available in this area of the Amalfi coast. The "Sentiero Degli Dei" or the "Pathway of the Gods", is a famous and stunning walk with panoramic views. Past brigands’ treasure caves, along a mule track looking down on terraces of lemon trees. The old footpath, generally in good condition, is a moderate 3-4hour walk from Agerola to Positano - Footpath 27 CAI - signposted at the beginning and every so often.

The actual footpath starts at Bomerano just on the suburbs of Agerola, about a 30 min bus ride from Amalfi - just ask the bus driver where to get off. From the bus stop you need to walk about 400 metres to the sqaure of Bomerano where the trail signs begin and a map of the route can be checked. Good walking shoes. A pack of wet ones - the trail is dusty and the backs of your legs will be black by the time you reach Positano and it is a fashionable resort!!

Atrani

by TRimer

Atrani is a beautiful, peaceful fishing village named because of the narrow form of Atrani, from the Latin antrum, narrow or dark. Atrani is so close to Amalfi that people park there and walk. The corniche arches over the main square of his pretty fishing village and wraps itself around the church of Santa Maria Maddalena.

This was the upmarket, residential part of Amalfi in the 10th century; today it still has some of the best examples of the vernacular architecture of the Costiera.

In the heart of the Amalfitan Alliance since the 800's, the small hamlet achieved a notable power: it became the " twin of Amalfi", where -in the historic church of San Salvatore di Bireto- the Amalfi's Doges received their investiture. Atrani also became a preferred residence by Amalfitan Nobles. Atrani's downward winds of fortune changed around 1734 when the Bourbons came to the throne of Naples. The new rulers brought culture and development, to Atrani, along the valley of Dragone, paper factories, textile factories (providing wool cloth and sagette) , and above all pasta-making , that maintained a certain level of commerce in the town. The pasta of the Coast was famous and the enterprising people of Atrani sold to all the outlying towns. Since the 1960's Atrani has gotten its share of the spotlight with actors, producers, artists of all types and adventurers. Jackie Kennedy who danced barefoot on the tables of Chez Checco, Rossellini turned the town into an exclusive cinema set. In the footsteps of the VIPS, tourism has brought some of its old fame to Atrani.

It also has a very good trattoria: 'A Paranza, where they certainly know one end of an octopus from the other. The seafood antipasti alone would justify the visit.

The Lemon Tree Restaurant

by sandysmith about La Zagra

The food looked great here , tasty pizzas and large ice-creams but the service was too slow for us to hang around - we were on a deadline for the boat back. We were glad to sit down after our long hike here in the dust and the heat - indeed I don't think my legs could have gone on much further without some respite. Being lunch time it was busy though so we cleaned our mucky legs from our hike (maybe they didn't want to serve us in our dishelvelled state!) and went to the take away counter for lunch on the go - yet more pizza :-))

What was really intriguing about the restaurant though was the lemon trees growing inside!

People watching

by HELEN about Ristorante Chez Black

This is one of the restaurants on the boardwalk. Great place to take a break from the sun, sit in the shade on the outside patio and people watch while enjoying some good italian food. Prices are reasonable and the menu has a lot of variety.

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 Palazzo Marzoli

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Address: Via Guglielmo Marconi 334, Positano, 84017, Italy