Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • Announcement:
  • Recent Spam Attacks
    by mkataoka Fodor's Editor | Posted on Nov 28, 16 at 01:31 PM
View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Brouhaha in Britain Over New 5 Pound Notes!
  2. 2 Edinburgh Tattoo-2017-Tickets
  3. 3 Trip Report We're here!
  4. 4 Suggestions of Paris things to do Christmas and New Years?
  5. 5 Urgent- Pleaseee HELP - Spain, Italy or France for Xmass and New years
  6. 6 Malaga City Center Hotels
  7. 7 Venice, Florence - too many museums.
  8. 8 Last minute (next week) London GTG?
  9. 9 Swiss Travel Pass
  10. 10 Traveling Greece without reservations
  11. 11 Destination from London by train, advice please
  12. 12 Athens
  13. 13 Trip Report Lisbon-mini trip report
  14. 14 airports near Delphi or Kalabaka
  15. 15 Bridging the gap between US and Europe
  16. 16 Another Guide for Art Loving Tourists
  17. 17 Petrol in Greece
  18. 18 Ideas for small group tour - Southern Spain
  19. 19 Novels about Spain and Spanish history
  20. 20 France for 3 weeks..Too many choices
  21. 21 Gyms in Paris-day passes?
  22. 22 Christmas markets still open after Dec 25?
  23. 23 Wimbledon Debenture tickets
  24. 24 Please critique my itinerary in Italy
  25. 25 WB Harry Potter Studios Sold Out
View next 25 » Back to the top

Amalfi coast advice

Jump to last reply

My husband & I (active early 60's) will be visiting the Amalfi coast area for 11 nights Sept 2013. We will divide our time between 3 locations. I have already confirmed 2 but would like input on the 3rd.

Confirmed are 3 nights Capri (hotel La Minerva) and 4 nights Sorrento (Antiche Mura Hotel)). But also want to spend 4 nights actually on the Amalfi coast - possibly Ravello or Positano. I know Ravello isn't the ideal base for touring but since we plan to do most of our touring (Pompeii, etc) from Sorrento that isn't an issue for us. Some people love Positano and others say it is overrun with tourists and shopping. We're looking for a beautiful spot to soak up the atmosphere, enjoy interesting walks and have great food. We are hikers and can manage steps and steep terrain but not looking to overtax ourselves on vacation. Water views are important but we're not interested in spending time on the beach or swimming. We expect to enjoy boating while on Capri. The 4 undecided days will be at the beginning of our trip. Given our itinerary would you recommend starting in Ravello, Positano or someplace else on the coast?

18 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement