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Amalfi Coast Full-Day Tour from Rome
"The program starts meeting our guests at their Hotel around 7:00 am.The first stop is in Sorrento around 10:00 am for 1 hours visit.Then your private tour will continue to reach the unique Positano for lunch. If you like the driver can advise you few restaurants to taste the real “Flavors and Aromas of the Amalfi Coast”.After lunch you have the chance to shop at the many local craft stores in Positano. Then we move to reach our last stop before going back to Rome: Amalfi. There you can spend 1 hour. After that we go back to Rome within approx. 4 hours drive we expect to be back at Your Hotel around 8:00 pm.Lunch guide in different languages and tips are not included in the price.In one glance:SorrentoOne of the best-known international tourist town is the hometown of the poet Torquato Tasso
From EUR115.00
 
Salerno to Amalfi and Positano Private Boat Excursion
"Experience a day filled with picturesque views in one of the most sought-after holiday destinations in Europe the Amalfi Coast. Embark from Piazza della Concordia in Salerno and begin an unforgettable adventure. Primarily consisting of limestone the coast includes natural arches and vast cliffs. The itinerary for this excursion is customizable however a typical day consists of the following: Upon leaving Salerno pass the village Vietri sul Mare “The first pearl of Amalfi” because it is where the Amalfi Coast and Amalfi drive begin. Following Vietri lies the fishing village Cetara
From EUR1,199.00
 
Amalfi Coast Private Day Tour from Sorrento
"By taking a private tour you have the option to spend as little or as much time as possible in the picturesque towns of Positano Amalfi and Ravello world famous for their charm and colorful architecture.The villages scattered along the Amalfi Coast have always attracted visitors bewitching all who visit. The charm lies not only in the towns themselves but also in their history and rich legacy of fine churches villas and monasteries. Check out the Itinerary section for more information on each of the towns. """
From EUR51.00

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Stone Carvings in Positano

there are some stone carvings you would find in some areas of Positano which can be carved along mountainsides, near the road or along the small alleys of the town going to the beach of which I happen...
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Street Signs in Positano

You would not get lost in going to the different attractions around positano while walking as all around the major roads and the small alleys and foot paths are large signs pointing your to the...
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Italian Beaches

Most Italian beaches are not free. Sadly, if you want to sunbathe in the sandiest, sunniest part of the beach, you'll probably have to pay a couple of Euro for the privilege. Beaches in the Amalfi...
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SMILES go a long way in Positano!

Anytime you find yourself in a foreign country where you aren't quite fluent in the local language, and the locals can't quite understand you......a bright friendly smile always becomes the universal...
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Daytrip to Pompeiji

From Positano it is quite easy to take daytrip to Pompeiji. The bus will take about one hour from Positano to Sorrento, where train takes about half hour to Positano. Train goes hourly; just timing...
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I am impressed by the way you...

I am impressed by the way you are treated in eating establishments in Italy. No matter how busy the place is, they will not bring you your check/bill until you ask for it. At one restaurant (Chez...
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Via Rampa Teglia, 4, Positano, Amalfi Coast, 84017, Italy
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Via C. Colombo, 30, Positano, Amalfi Coast, 84017, Italy
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via Laurito, 2, Positano, Amalfi Coast, 84017, Italy
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Via Pasitea, 227, Positano, Amalfi Coast, 84017, Italy
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110 Guglielmo Marconi, Positano, Amalfi Coast, 84017, Italy
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Via Trara Genoino 27, Positano, Amalfi Coast, 84017, Italy
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Top Things to Do in Positano

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Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta - Church

Few people know that the church is built upon a magnificent seaside Roman villa with beautiful fresco walls. The villa extends under the town center. The painted walls are well preserved some more...
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Walking - Hiking

this will be my pictures if Positano Taken along the Positano section of the Strada Statale 163. to be able to Appreciate the Beauty of the Amalfi Coast and it's 13 beautiful towns, you can have a...
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Views - Viewpoints

this will be pictures of Positano taken from Via Pasitea and Via Christofor Colombo Road Via Pasitea is the main town road of Positano and it starts along the SS 163 Amalfi Coast Road just after...
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Town Centre - Historical Centre

Via Del Mulini is the main Alleyway going to the Marina Grande Beach and also to the Chiesa De Santa Maria Assunta. This zig sagging alleyway is filled with artisanal stores, a local bank, money...
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Amalfi - Daytrip

Ah yes, once you're encsonced in Positano you'll be looking for the bus to Amalfi because you'll have heard what a wonderfully scenic and scary trip it is. For those who come from modern Western...
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Beaches

Although not as sprawling as the beaches in the French Riviera, the beach at Positano has its own charm. The Spiaggia Grande (Grand Beach ) is a pebbled beach lined with restaurants and cafes. During...
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Top 5 Positano Writers

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sandysmith

"Picture Postcard Positano"
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Geisha_Girl

"Up at the Villa"
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K.Knight

"Beautiful Positano."
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Erin74

"Positano"
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TRimer

"Costa Amalfi"
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