Amalfi Coast Travel Guide

For more adventurous travelers and those who love a good road trip, you can visit all of the Amalfi Coast gems  in less than 5 days, and still have time for the beach and leisurely lunches along the coast. Below are my top things to do and see in Sorrento, Amalfi, Positano, Ravello, Pompeii, Capri and Naples. Let the adventure begin.

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Day 1 | SORRENTO

  • See Marina Piccola
  • Touch the largest lemons you’ve ever seen
  • Taste fresh homemade  limoncello at Corner Shop
  • Savor the largest ball of mozzarella cheese you’ve ever seen at Inn Buffalito

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Day 2 | AMALFI, POSITANO AND RAVELLO

  • Explore 2-3 of these gorgeous towns at your leisure with a private chauffeur
  • Feel like a celebrity in the Mercedez Benz and wave to tourists on buses
  • Hear stories of celebrity visits, houses and the area’s history
  • Enjoy a personal photographer and race car driver on demand
  • See Villa Cimbrone for the untouched, gorgeous views of the coast
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Day 3 | POMPEII

  • Feel the wind in your hair on the roller coaster local train ride
  • Live like a local and commute through nearby towns
  • See the remains of Pompeii’s mysterious ancient history

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Processed with VSCO with f2 presetDay 4 | CAPRI

  • Feel like a jetsetter with a private charter boat and cruise to Capri
  • Buy custom leather sandals
  • Taste fresh lemon gelato
  • Ride the funicular for breathtaking aerial views of the island

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DAY 5 | NAPLES

  • Taste the most delicious, authentic Neapolitan pizza from Eat Pray Love
  • Slowly sip an espresso and feel the caffeine rush at the famous Caffe Mexico (Read: incredibly strong, run through the streets of Naples espresso)

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Want more Amalfi Coast? Check out my visual diary

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