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A  Brenda Burns and 1 other answered · March 10, 2015

Sorrento: Sorrento vs. Salerno during Easter

Oh Amanda! One of my favorite places in the world. Definitely pick Sorrento​. Less gritty and way more charming than Salerno​. Make sure to take your daughter on a walk through the lemon groves and have pizza at the place across the... See More

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A  Amanda Morris answered · March 10, 2015

Amalfi Coast: Best Pizza along the Amalfi Coast?

Not technically Amalfi Coast, but on your way...In Sorrento, Da Franco​ We had the best pizza there, and the mozzarella di bufalo e parma was a spectacular appetizer.  The place was hoppin' on Saturday night with people waiting outside to get in...but... See More

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A  Terri Lee and 2 others answered · December 10, 2014

Southern Italy: Great cities to visit between Amalfi Coast and Rome

If you don't mind a little chaos, then Napoli, of course.  Great food, architecture, real slice of life and people, museums, churches and close to Pompeii for a half day side trip.  Yes, it is a little dirty and crazy, but well worth... See More

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A  Kathy Witsil and 3 others answered · November 16, 2014

Italy: Would you travel to Italy in March?

We've been twice during March.  Check and see if carnivale is going on in Venice and if so - Go!  We saw many sites.  No crowds. Loved it.   See More

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A  Anna Andreò answered · August 27, 2014

Amalfi: Amalfi Coast in the late fall

Well, in general the places there are always open, so don't worry. France may have more options, though. So... well, I may go against my own land, but in that specific time of the year, I would go visit France.  See More

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A  Kathy Witsil and 2 others answered · August 07, 2014

Italy: red wine to drink when dining in italy

My advice is to be flexible and drink the local favorites. There is such a wide variety of wine in Italy that it's just great to sample as you go  See More

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A  Shilpa Balakrishnan and 3 others answered · July 30, 2014

Amalfi Coast: Best place to stay on the Amalfi Coast in October?

Hi sue, I went last year in october, the weather was perfectly fine. It is warm/sunny at the same time has cool breeze. You can get still get to see the beautiful color of the waters from atop.crowd will mostly be on the base of the coast.. but when you drive up , the... See More

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A  Peter Dorfman and 7 others answered · July 29, 2014

Italy: Planning a one week trip to Italy with 10 yr olds.

Kids love castles. There are lots and lots of them in the Old World. One place that has medieval towers just made to fascinate 10 year olds is San Gimignano​, in Tuscany. Fair warning, though: San Gimignano, unfortunately, been overrun by hordes of tourists... See More

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A  Alex Jorge and 11 others answered · June 26, 2014

Italy: Which coastal area should we visit in Italy during October?

I have travelled quite extensively through Italy and think that you will be hard-pressed to find two coastal areas that beat the Cinque Terre​​ or the Amalfi Coast​. But consider this: The Cinque Terre is reached via train from... See More

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A  Anna Andreò and 3 others answered · April 22, 2014

Amalfi: Is winter a good time of year to visit the Amalfi Coast?

It's a good time, and a less turistic one, so the place won't be as crowded as in summer... There are chances of the weather being cloudy or rainy (too bad we can't control it...yet!) but I believe you'll be fine.  If you'll come in the middle of November... See More

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