AMALFI COAST TOUR

 

It takes about 45 minutes to reach the town of Amalfi from Positano (by bus or ferry). About 1000 years ago, Amalfi was a large maritime republic with a population of 80,000 people and the town was competing with big trade hubs like Venice, Genoa and Pisa. Today, the town is packed with tourists, who come here to enjoy the view and often take home ceramics and lemoncello as a souvenirs. The center of the town is Piazza del Duomo, which is dominated by a striped Norman-Arab style cathedral – the Duomo di santandrea. Pasticceria Panza is a famous pastry store where a wide selection of limoncello based pastries are sold. Perfect for relaxing and enjoying your time.

EXTRA: Atrani

For adventurous tourists, take the footpath that leads over the hill to Atrani, an authentic Italian fishing village and enjoy dinner at Trattoria A’Paranza. This is just one of the great Amalfi Coast Hikes that you can do in the region.

WHERE TO EAT IN AMALFI

A’Paranza – A low key trattoria that was renovated a few years ago. It is famous for delicious seafood dishes and deep-fried courgette flowers stuffed with cheese and the ricotta and pear flan is also incredible.

 

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