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This walking degustation tour of Positano is a downhill stroll through the small streets of Positano, stopping at eateries to taste local produce and places of interest to learn Positano's history. Escorted by an expatriate whose mother tongue is...more
We did take scenic bus drive along the Amalfy coast to the picturesque Positano,one of the most famous villages on the Amalfi
Coast.It is a dream like place,that almost does not see more awhile
you are there.
You can admire shops leading to the beach.Fashion...More
What a truly beautiful place. A visit to the Amalfi coast would not be complete without a visit to Positano. Stunning views and lovely Italian restaurants it has it all in abundance . I would strongly advise arriving via boat as best views of this...More
I'd reply to Xiet99.
It's true Positano is full of tourists and can be a trap but you should try to look at it with different eyes.
I found a great and very friendly local guide (Lucy) who gave me the right intro to this...More
difficult tight roads, limited parking, very hilly, but all worth the effort. we planned our trip to allow time to explore this quaint town. great shopping with very limited souvenirs, and more local and upscale shops. neat winding streets down to the beach and boats....More
well, in short, positano lives up to its reputation for all the good, bad, and ugly.
1. it is the most beautiful village on the coast (amongst all the ones we have visited all the way to fiori) a lot of people (our driver...More
On our recent trip through Southern italy, Fabio Angelisi & his capable staff catered to our transportation needs and beyond. We told Fabio what we wanted and he made it happen. Pompeii, Paestium, Naples, Rome, Amalfi Coast, local wineries, restaurants, When we didn't want to...More
I took a boat to Positano. Quite nice really. You can see the Sarracen Towers on the way. Amazing archeological roman sites. You can also get to Positano by car. Food and all in those places is obviously quite expensive. Nice beaches lovely sun and...More
This village does not allow cars to drive into the main centre or beach. The best way to go is by tour bus or local bus from Sorento. Once off the bus you can ramble down the cobble stone walkways viewing the unique stores and...More