Hi. I did notice a previous post from someone traveling to Capri in December, but unlike the last poster this will be my 20th time to Italy. I have traveled much of the country both on and off season (my last time was to Padova last November) and find I prefer off season for a number of reasons- no crowds, lower prices and the restaurants that remain open are generally those populated by the locals. I am using a time share trade so will have my own kitchen and plan to eat out for lunches only. Are there any good markets, food shops that anyone can recommend? Any restaurants that are open lunchtime that might be open and are good? I particularly like to explore churches, palaces and other buildings open to the public. Any suggestions/ advice would be appreciated. Thank you. Donna
Capri in January
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