Capri Travel Guide
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- 83%Local Culture
- 76%Luxury Travelers
- 75%Business Travelers
- 69%History Buffs
User Reviews (80 Reviews)
- CapriMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily TravelersFoodies+ 2Jul 10, 2012
Capri is very overpriced but incredibly beautiful. We did it as a day trip which worked out really well - took a hike up to the top of the mountains and found ourselves totally alone with stunning 360 views of the island. We also did a boat tour around the island which I would highly recommend - there are some beautiful arches and caves.
- CapriJul 05, 2012
The most beautiful place in Italy. Can easily be done in one day. Stay in much cheaper, yet equally charming Sorrento and take the boat over. For swimming, check out the Blue Grotto. Take a walk around the island, find a picturesque place for lunch and enjoy this breathtakingly beautiful place for a day.
- CapriJul 05, 2012
I would recommend avoiding the mainland as it’s even heaving in September and October. Capri offers a welcome escape from the busloads on the mainland. You can easily visit the main sites at Positano, Amalfi, Ravello or even Pompeii by taking a hydrofoil over for the day without the hassle of wondering where to park your car. It really can be a nightmare! I travelled to Capri in early October and it remains one of my favourite holidays anywhere. The crowds have gone, the sun is still warm, the food is delicious, and the sea warm enough to swim in.
- CapriMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesHistory Buffs+ 2Jul 05, 2012
I would recommend staying a couple of days on Capri rather than just a day trip. The city is magical once the ferry leaves and the day trippers are gone. You can hike, take small boat excursions around the island..it will take you 4 hours! The museum and art gallery will take your breath away as will the many different views. The food and shopping keep you looking forward to each day. Make sure you have the iced tea. It is not like anything you are used to. Take the time to go to Anacapri. You will never regret staying on Capri.
- CapriCommunity ManagerMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesBackpackers+ 4Jul 05, 2012
The land of limoncello, Capri is one of the islands off Naples along the Amalfi Coast. The highlight here is the magical Blue Grotto, but if that's too packed with tourists, you can check out several other grottos as well. With Anacapri overlooking the beachside town, there is plenty to do on this quaint yet bustling (and at times hectic) little island.
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