Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Burgundy/Beaune & Dijon
  2. 2 Trip Report Madrid, Andalucia, Barcelona in May
  3. 3 Trip Report Living in Paris......for a week
  4. 4 ATM help
  5. 5 Lonely Planet‘s Best in Europe list-your thoughts please
  6. 6 Shortest wait for the Vatican without prebooking online?
  7. 7 London 6 day itinerary
  8. 8 June Honeymoon in Greek Islands
  9. 9 anyone stay here? ytri vik cottages
  10. 10 Stumbling on the path to a Russian visa
  11. 11 Very British Neighborhood in London
  12. 12 Trip Report Iceland trip report!
  13. 13 Trip Report Keira-Caitlyn Travels to Turkey...adventures in Istanbul and Ephesus
  14. 14 How Best to spend 13 days in Italy
  15. 15 Athens tour guide advice
  16. 16 6 day trip to Italy... Venice to rome
  17. 17 Buying Train Tickets at Schipol - Machine
  18. 18 Madrid or Barcelona first?
  19. 19 Threat Level in UK
  20. 20 8 days vacation to Switzerland & Austria
  21. 21 Spain itinerary and railway advise
  22. 22 Favourite Alpine and Mediterranean place?
  23. 23 Bernese Oberland
  24. 24 Driving a rental car from Croatia to Slovenia
  25. 25 Ireland base towns (and timing) - Connemara/W. Cork?
View next 25 » Back to the top

Visiting Rome, Florence and Sorrento (Almafi Coast) (Capri, Positano)

Jump to last reply

We are three women (age 30, 60, and 68) going to Italy. Leaving 08/31/13 and arriving in Rome on 09/01/13. Ideally we would like to stay 3 nights in Rome, then train to Florence for 2 nights, then stay 2 nights in Sorrento and then go to Naples. Stay 1 night in Naples and then leave with returning flight home to U.S. on morning of 09/10/13.
Any recommendations on what we should see in the 3 days in Rome. We definitely want to visit the Vatican. That is the only must see. Museums ok- dining - great, .
Then on to Florence- (the 30 yr. old has been there 2 yrs. ago and knows the main sites)
Then to Sorrento. (would like to see Capri) not sure what else we should see.
Any recommendations for places to see, places to dine (not extremely expensive but good local food). Thank you from New Jersey.

10 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement