There’s a phrase that says: ‘See Naples and die‘ which means that before you die you must experience the beauty and magnificence of Naples. Yet, before we made a pit stop in Naples we took the train to Salerno to enjoy ourselves at the Costiera Amalfitana for two days. We spend two nights in a cosy little village Cetara and from here we visited Salerno and Amalfi.
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The Amalfi Coast has truly amazed me with its spectacular landscapes, friendly people and its fresh and delicious food. Not far from the coast lies Naples which is quite an interesting town as well. Not only will you find lots of art and culture in the city. there’s also a fascinating underground scene with caves and tunnels dating back at least 5000 years which sure are worth exploring while visiting Naples.
This travel video will show you a nice preview:
When I was 14, my family and I visited the beautiful coast of Baia Domizia, located just north of the Bay of Naples. Until today I have some great memories of these fantastic holidays. We stayed at a camping site in a lovely pine forest setting close to the sea. I will never forget the gigantic pizza frutti di mare we tasted at a local pizza bakery in the countryside. That was my best pizza ever!
Back then we didn’t have enough time to visit the city of Naples, so this time I decided to book two tickets to Napels to celebrate my husband’s birthday. I was also curious to explore the southern coast beneath Napels: the famous Costiera Amalfitana. Here, Sorrento is one of the most popular towns which is also one of Europe’s most breathtaking places. Then there’s Positano, a most photogenic town, and Ravello, a popular place for couples to celebrate their wedding.
Enjoy the Italian landscapes and local scenes through my photographs.