Cities for Students in Naples, Capri and the Amalfi Coast, Italy
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- 1Italy98 reviews
Had the priviledge of visiting the glorious ruins of Pompeii and almost missed the chance to see it. It is not to miss if in Naples, unbelievable and incredible. What a wonderful opportunity to see how the Romans lived and it is frozen in time.
- 2Italy7 reviews
Often overlooked in favour of Naples, Salerno is one of the earthiest Italian cities. And the water is so crystal clear. Do swim off the jetty or just enjoy the sunshine.
- 3Italy178 reviews
Grittier, louder, and dirtier than Rome, Naples also feels a bit more real and down-to-earth than its sister to the North. The food here is phenomenal (particularly the pizza), and the proximity to beautiful spots like Capri and Sorrento also can't be overlooked. Just don't expect the fashion sense or sophistication of Rome or Milan - this is Southern Italy ...
- 4Italy89 reviews
Gorgeous, very high end shopping. Fantastic views from the drive up to Anacapri. Very touristy, but worth the visit
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- 5Italy68 reviews
A really beautiful view of the Bay of Naples, just too crowded
- 6Italy58 reviews
Pretty much the same as Amalfi. All of them, very photogenic. Get your legs ready for going down and climbing up town.
- 7Italy23 reviews
beautiful town, very peaceful. Perfect place to see how locals live in Amalfi Coast.
- 8Italy13 reviews
A quaint little village that is much smaller than Capri, but they shares the same island.
- 9Italy21 reviews
Bit less crowded that Sorrento or Positano but well worth exploring if you're doing the Amalfi Coast.
- 10Italy6 reviews
nice place nice garden
- 11Italy4 reviews
If you go in Sorrento, i suggest you the restaurant "IL FIENILE"!!!
- 12Italy1 review
- 13Italy5 reviews
A view of Castellammare del Golfo hangs on my wall because the view of the turquoise gulf and the medieval buildings along the shoreline is quite an eyeful. That said, as an American, the city takes on added significance as many notable Italian gangsters from the early 20th Century including Salvatore Maranzano and Joe Bonanno were born here and took ...
- 15Italy4 reviews
This is an often underrated city in Italy, but there is a lot to see here! There are so many museums(Monastero dei Cappuccini, Monastero degli Scalzi...), the largest outdoor market in Italy (piazza Mercato), and, of course, the slow food movement originated here(bar, barretti e barrtielle..) so there are some absolutely amazing eats!
- 16Italy2 reviews
Italy's smallest community sits like a jewel box overlooking the sea. A tiny village with a lovely town square and church plus friendly locals. Worth a stop.
- 17Italy1 review
La mia città!
- 19Italy1 review