Atrani Travel Guide

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Atrani Highlights

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     quieter resort than Amalfi with a free beach 

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     Where is the Internet Cafe? 

  • In a nutshell
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     Amalfi's Little Cousin 

Atrani Things to Do

  • Collegiata di Santa Maria Maddalena

    This church has originally been built in 1274. Its dome and bell tower are the symbol of Atrani. This was the church where the dukes (dogi) were crowned, and buried.

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  • Chiesa di San Salvatore de'Bireto

    The church of San Salvatore de'Bireto is on Piazza Umberto I, which is the main square of this tiny village. It has originally been built in the year 940.

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  • Atrani Pt 1

    Whever it be by car, bus, bicycle or foot - one's first glimpse of this village is at the end of the tunnel linking it with Amalfi. If walking take care of the traffic.

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  • Santa Maria Maddelena II

    Wander up the maze of alleways to the chuch and see the scaffolding on the bell tower :-SThere's always some scafffolding on some historic buildiing isn't there. Never mind the brone doors can still be seen and the white plaster against the blue sky really stands out.The bronze doors came from Constantinople, manufactured in 1087. They were orded...

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  • San Salvatore de Birecto

    The main square of Atrani, Piazza Umberto I, is dominated by the beautiful church of San Salvatore de Birecto. It has been restored and modified several times in neoclassic style but originally dates from 904.

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  • Atrani From the Road

    Although the road can be busy it does provide a great view of Atrani with its many layes and storied houses - just be careful of the traffic! I manged to get this shot as we passed by on a bus another day so I was quite safe - and incidently is one of my favourite views of Antrani. It has such depth with the cliffs above and the buildings squeezing...

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  • Walking down into Atrani

    Walking down into Atrani is the best way to appreciate the quaintness of this wonderful village on the Amalfi coast. Follow any of the maze of whitewashed steps just past the Chiesa del Carmine and you will soon be in the main square of Atrani - Piazza Umberto I - more info in general tips.

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  • Chiesa del Carmine.

    At the top end of the village of Atrani is this lovely old church - Chiesa del Carmine - which we passed on our walk to Atrani from Scala. Adjacent to the church is the town's old cemetry which was used unitl the end of 1800's.

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  • Santa Maria Maddalena I

    The Collegiata of Santa Maria Maddalena has also been modified several times since its construction in 1274. Its front is in southern italian barocco style, its dome and its bell tower soon became the symbol of this small sea town with the typical majolica domes and belltower.Again we didn't make it inside the church but the artwork of Andrea da...

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Atrani Restaurants

  • Le Palme

    Ristorante pizzeria - typical atmosphere.With a small outside dining area. We had pizza. It was OK but nothing special.

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  • La Risacca Bar

    A nice liitle wine bar in Piazza Umberto I to sit a while, take in the scenery and people watch whilst sipping a cool crisp white wine. Well deserved after our walk down all the steps and paths from Scala.Selected Wines & Liquors - Cocktails Italian Sandwiches - Snacks - SaladsSports on TV - Internet Access

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  • Great Seaside Italy Spot

    I went to Atrani in October a couple years ago. It was excellent. Atrani was perfect. It was not touristy in anyway, was very cheaply priced and we were accepted as locals for the most part. I was backpacking and stayed at the only hostel in town. We were just about the only tourists in early fall. There are a couple restaurants, a barber, a...

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  • Old Streets

    Walking over to Amalfi you will discover that that the streets and alleyways of Atrani have maintained their medieval structure with flowers and lamps decorating the narrow alleys and adding splashes of colour to the peeling pastel walls of the storied houses.

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  • Nearly at Amalfi

    The walk to Amalfi from Atrani did not take long - only about 20 mins but we kept stopping to look at the architecture of the houses and views from the coast once we 'd climbed up out of the old houses and onto the balcony path around the cliff.It almost looks impossible to squeeze throught this alleway don't you think, and i liked the lions on...

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