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Visiting Positano - hotels & "atmosphere"

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We’re thinking of spending a couple of nights in Positano next April, probably mid-April. We might spend a night in Naples on the way there, as we would likely be travelling from Florence.
What is Positano like at that time of year? Is it early in the season, and very quiet, or alive. We are not much into swimming, but do like to stroll around and visit the odd bar.

Also, recommendations for accommodation. We’d be hoping to find something for around 100 to 150 euro a night. We’d want to be in the historic part of Positano, and we are OK at climbing steps.

Recommendation for a hotel in Naples would be welcome too.

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