Amalfi to Rome guide leads you in a drive from the Amalfi Coast. It starts from Salerno and touches Vietri Sul Mare, Cetara, Erchie, Minori, Ravello, Amalfi, the Emerald Grotto, Furore, Positano to arrive in Sorrento. It continues then to Pompeii, Naples, the Gulf of Gaeta, and the Castelli Romani to come to Rome.
Photos and descriptions of the attractions of all the localities touched are included.
Ideal for use on your smartphone, it contains active links to the web sites of many best-recommended restaurants.
You have likewise available active links to the review pages, and you can use them if you have an active Internet connection. Still, if you don’t, you have the necessary information. The name, address, and telephone number are included in the guide together with the review.
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Deemed an outstanding example of a Mediterranean landscape by Unesco, the Amalfi Coast is one of Italy’s most memorable destinations. Here, to clarify, mountains plunge into the sea in a nail-biting vertical scene of precipitous crags, cliff-clinging abodes, and verdant woodland.
Its string of fabled towns read certainly like a Hollywood cast list. Here there’s jet-set favorite Positano, a pastel-colored cascade of chic boutiques, spritz-sipping pin-ups and sun-kissed sunbathers. Further east, ancient Amalfi lures with its Arabic-Norman cathedral, while mountaintop Ravello stirs hearts with its cultured villas and Wagnerian connection. To the west lies Amalfi Coast gateway Sorrento, a handsome clifftop resort that has miraculously survived the onslaught of package tourism.
Turquoise seas and cinematic piazzas aside, the region is home to some of Italy’s finest hotels and restaurants. It’s also one of the country’s top spots for hiking. It has well-marked trails providing the chance to escape the star-struck coastal crowds.
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