Depart from Naples and reach Sorrento, admiring the beauty of the landscape during the journey. Stop to taste the local limoncello, then stroll through the narrow streets of the city for about 1 hour. Take a look at the craft shops and taste the local delicacies.
Continue to Positano and take advantage of 1 hour of free time to go to the beach or admire the colorful flowers that adorn the city in summer. Buy the items that made Positano's fashion famous and then go to a restaurant on the coast to have lunch on a terrace that offers an unparalleled panoramic view.
You will then have 1 hour and 30 minutes of free time in Amalfi to visit the cathedral or relax on the beach while enjoying a good artisan ice cream.
Beautiful, worldly and full of colors, here's how to define the city from which the entire Sorrento coast owes its name. Adorned everywhere by the bright lemon trees, mother ingredient of the famous Limoncello, Sorrento looks like a carousel that revolves around Piazza Tasso, the pivotal point from which the three main roads branch off that will lead you to the treasures of the city. The valley of the mills, the 14th century Cloister of San Francesco and the terrace of Sorrento are just some of the gems of what is the wonderful jewel of the coast.
Positano deeply affects. It is a dream place that does not seem true until you are there but with which you feel with nostalgia all the profound reality when you left it. So said the American writer John Steinbeck remembering the first city on the Amalfi coast, and he was right. Positano is a real enchantment and that your visit is panoramic or much more detailed passing through the city gates, you will have the same ecstatic gaze in admiring the colorful little houses overlooking the sea and the many shops on the sides of the streets to show off your clothes handmade in cotton and linen in perfect Positano fashion.
Strong and independent, Amalfi is one of the four Maritime Republics and the only one that once beaten its own currency, the Tarì. The spearhead of the Amalfi coast has deep historical roots and origins wrapped in legend, according to which the city bears the name of the nymph loved by Hercules and buried here at the behest of the gods. The Duomo rises majestically in the center of the square and preserves within its walls the essence of the different eras and cultures that have transformed it, the contrast between the baroque interior and the exterior in perfect Arab-Norman style is tangible proof of this .
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