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We went to the Gulf of Naples and the Amalfi Coast - we ate a lot of food and went on a few boats. Here are our tips if you're thinking of visiting this beautiful part of Italy. Locations: - Sorrento - Amalfi - Positano - Capri Shot on a DJI Mavic Pro and Sony A7Rii with a 35mm lens. We're Eliska and Jack - two twenty-somethings living in London but escaping as often and to as many places as possible. Our channel is about finding adventure if you're time or money poor. Find us on our... instagram: @wefilmthings twitter: @wefilmthings website: http://www.wefilmthings.com Eliska instagram: @eliskahsk twitter: @eliskahsk blog: http://www.curatedtheory.com Jack instagram: @jackcols twitter: @jackcols
This is a travelogue of our 2010 vacation in the Amalfi Coast area of Italy in seven parts, showing what we did and what travel around the Amalfi Coast is like. In part two we arrive in Positano, enjoy the gracious hospitality of our hosts at Hotel Villa delle Palme and savour the glow of the setting sun and local Campania red wine on our own private Terrace. Ahh! Pure heaven. We settle in for several days, enjoying walks, gorgeous views, narrow stepped lanes and Fornillo beach (prefered by locals). We then spend an evening at the family-run Ristorante Mediterraneo where we have a delicious dinner and our waiter and new friend Lorenzo entertains, then crash a choir practice during our evening walk. The Milo family have run Viilla delle Palme for five generations. They are typical of the friendly family run hotels and B&B's in Italy that I have come to love. Why Villa delle Palme is not in Rick Steve's Italy Guidebook is a mystery... Rick...are you reading this? ...Hire me!!
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How to get to Sorrento in Italy and what you can see on holiday in 1 day. About Sorrento: Sorrento is a town overlooking the Bay of Naples in southern Italy. It’s within sight of Mount Vesuvius, the only active volcano in mainland Europe. A popular tourist destination, Sorrento is easy to reach from Naples airport by bus. Or you can take the Circumvesuviana railway, passing Herculaneum and Pompeii on the way. My video of what to see in Positano is here (3m10s): https://youtu.be/q9QF3Camv-0 My video of what to see in Capri is here (3m33s): https://youtu.be/AzxHzjLP4sA You can see my Pompeii tour video here (9m06s): https://youtu.be/Gbr0QAX8XG8 And you can see my Herculaneum tour video here (7m56s): https://youtu.be/ErczUC9s-kU There are also ferries across the bay to Sorrento’s Marina Piccola. You can catch ferries from here to the islands of Capri and Ischia as well as back to Naples . Summer services also run around the Amalfi coastline. Piazza Tasso, the main square, is a great place to stay. We stayed at Maison d’Art overlooking the square. It’s a small B&B with friendly staff, free wif-fi AND free cake and a good breakfast. The elegant cafés in Piazza Tasso, such as the Fauno Bar, are great places to relax and watch the world go by. Piazza Tasso was named after the 16th century poet Torquato Tasso. Sorrento is busy with traffic and people all day, even in April, when this film was shot. and the locals like to weave through the narrow streets on motorbikes and scooters. Of course, if you fancy something more sedate there are horse-drawn carriages for hire. The fishing village , Marina Grande, is a great spot to relax away from the busy town centre. Restaurants, homes and shops rise along the seafront, yet the village has maintained its rustic charm, original identity, and a sense of community. There's a "cottage industry" approach toMarina Grande's ancient and primary source of survival, which is fishing. Plenty of orange trees adorn Sorrento’s streets. In fact, the cuisine here is big on citrus fruit as well as fish, pizza and pasta. The varieties of lemon grown around Sorrento date back to Roman times and locals believe that their lemons are the best in the world. The local liqueur, limoncello, is made from the zest of Sorrento lemons. Lemons can grow impressively big in these parts too! Of course, you can buy products from all over Italy here in Sorrento. Glass is from the Venetian island of Murano, for example. Or locally produced ceramics. And Sorrento’s renowned inlaid woodwork. There are also shops selling a huge variety of leather bags and stylish shoes and sandals are available at good prices too. Italy is a Catholic nation and, as you walk around Sorrento, you can see a number of shrines to the Blessed Virgin Mary. Before you leave Sorrento, be sure to check out the Valley of the Mills, just behind Piazza Tasso. The mill area was isolated from the sea by the construction of Piazza Tasso, which raised the humidity in the valley to unbearable levels and caused the mills in the valley to be abandoned in 1866. Finally, as day becomes evening you can experience the nighttime ritual of la passeggiata. As Italians dress up for a gentle stroll through the main streets of the old town, it’s a chance to see and be seen. Film and Narration by Deanna Allison.
Highlights of the beautiful Amalfi Coast in Italy.
Our visit to Naples, Sorrento, Amalfi, Atrani, Positano was during our Amalfi Coast trip in 2018.
Day Trip to Milano: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVtC8k0BN2I&t=12s
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Bushwick Tarentella - Thatched Villagers by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)