Will be traveling with my sisters the first week of April to Rome and the Amalfi Coast. This is our first trip to Italy. From what I am reading it is not high season yet, and it appears there may not be a lot open. What city would you recommend for a home base? We are looking at Positano, Sorrento, Praiano or Ravello. We would like a nice terrace with a view of the water. Would like a safe town to walk around in that has shops and restaurants/cafes. Can you please tell me if during the week of April 2-9th which town would have the most to offer. I like it a little quiet, but not boring. Also, are there any boat trips to Capri or ferries that run during this time of the year? Would also like to be able to be close to a beach just so we can see the beautiful beach even though it is not beach weather. Thanks!
Amalfi in April
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