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  • Naples (Napoles)

    Depending on how you look at it, the city offers a glimpse into the past greatness of a civilization, On the other hand, if you are not well prepared, there is a possibility that you will be disappointed by the desire of everyone to take your money, the city with the zones that you should not pass through due to the reduction of traffic But if your hotel is there or the parking lot, then maybe, things that if you haven't researched in advance can surprise you later.there are very specific things that can surprise and disappoint the unprepared tourist.

  • Pomigliano d'Arco (Napoles)

    Visiting Pomigliano Darco

    The city is rather quiet but one can actually find all amenities in the surroundings. You will not need to travel much to get all your needs as most are within walking distance. However if you require a rental car, head to the King Autonoleggio on Via Madonelle where you we certainly get more for what you pay

  • Capri (Napoles)

    Capri the island

    Patrolling both the gulf of Napoli and the gulf of Salerno, Capri is a must visit and must experience place. It blends unique natural beauty with local culture. It is a generally expensive place, you will see the largest and most exclusive boats anchored around the island, but it is possible to enjoy it even if your pockets are not very deep. All beaches have a public access space. Highly recommended is to rent a boat (starting at €130 for two people) and visit the many grotte and small beaches scattered around the island. Go to the grotta azzurra for a swim at the end of the say, after 5pm when the barcaioli have left, and then to the faro to see the sunset. From Anacapri take the chairlift to the top of monte Solaro for a 360 view of the two gulfs. It is almost inevitable to fall in love with the island, and wanting to come back to experience it a little more over and over again.

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  • Sorrento (Napoles)

    Perfect hotel at perfect city

    Sorrento is wonderful, every hour: the morning is for a fine dining breakfast at Isabella hotel then, you should visit one of the wonderful beaches. I prefer Marinella beach. They have a free lift to sea level, and cheap prices for umbrella and sun chairs. In the afternoon, you should rest at the hotel, and then go find some good quality but not-touristic restaurants at the Sorento, and find your best location for sunset. After sunset is the best time for ice-cream! After the ice cream, you can choose: dance or sleep. Both are good choices! Play that kind of day for a few days, and you will live a few more years on earth. Good luck! Matan Ahavti

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  • Sorrento (Napoles)

    Sorrento is everything you expect it to be. Beautiful, historic and picturesque. What we didn't expect was the price of goods, they were very expensive. Food and drink was average price for Italy, but we certainly didn't buy any gifts. We took a boat over to the Isle of Capri and then onto the stair lift for the most amazing view. We will be back, as we all loved Italy.

  • Naples (Napoles)

    Good proximity to metro where you can go around the city and also to the beach. Mergelina is a beautiful area along the sea front where there are restaurants and bars with a great view of the sea. Fuorigrotta had some good shops, bars and restaurants. It also has a great market every day.

  • Sorrento (Napoles)

    Sorrento is a fantastic location if you are looking for a base to explore the Amalfi Coast. The other nearby destinations of Positano, Amalfi and Ravello are a must to visit but are very crowded with tourists and so it was lovely to come back to Sorrento after a day exploring. There are an abundance of restaurants, too many to name, as so many were delicious. We rented a scooter and drove the coastline which was a bucket list experience, although roads are very narrow and drivers are fast, so you need to be very careful. We also went into Maria Grande, the older part of Sorrento with fewer tourists, and hired paddle boards from Sorrento SUP, a really friendly company that also offered guided tours. Of course, a day trip to Capri is a must when visiting the Amalfi Coast. We did an organised tour, which we felt was the best way to see as much as possible in just one day.

  • Napoli (Napoles)

    Worth visiting but not for long

    Napoli itself has some good sights, but you can quickly get tired from the poor air and rubbish everywhere. You'll see quite a few shady characters as well.

  • Naples (Napoles)

    Small cafes on the street serving Aperol spritz was very romantic and enjoyed a lot with my wife. the pizza at L'Antica Pizzeria da Michele and Gino e Toto Sorbillo was a great experience of real Napolitana Pizzas. Both are Michelin star restaurant's and serve amazing pizzas. We tried antona and antonio on corniche and ordered fish. It was a bad experience there.

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