Is it possible to visit Blue Grotto in January?
We will be visiting Capri the 2nd week of May and I read it might be better to get a taxi for the day rather than spend a lot of time waiting in lines. Can anyone give me an estimate of how much it might cost to have the taxi for the day?
I bought bars of soap when in Capri in a shop right next to a little resturant over looking the water and cannot remember the name of the shop. The soap is a Sapone Vegetale Limone by L&G Soap Italia. Wrapped in paper with lemons on it and a red ribbon and a Ladybug. Can anyone help me find this
Going to Capri Island in June with family. I will be reaching Naples around 23:00 in night. Need to have a night stay in Naples only, then going for Capri next day early morning.
Since i am reaching Naples in late hours I need to know where I should take hotel so I can easily reach and it's safer. What means of transport I should rely on at this hour?
Also since I will be leaving for Capri next day early morning so the place from where i will take ferry sshould be approachable.
Looking forward for your help :-)
I want to know more about capri, i heard that is the place of the mermaids
I'm looking to connect with individuals that have done some hiking or walks on Capri. I'll be spending a week on Capri later this year and would like to get some first hand feedback on various hikes, paths and walks. Thanks.
I need to book roundtrip ferry tickets to Capri Island and I have been told to use the website ...
Someone used that site? recommended?
I am going to Capri tomorrow with my best friend for a celebratory end of 6th form holiday... is it easy to walk to the clubs from via marina grande? Are the roads well lit? Any crime ? Should i be wary of walking alone at night ?
What is the best local tour
visiting Sorrento next week and will take a trip to Capri, this place will obviously be pricey, can anyone give me some general tips please especially the cost of the funicular?
how long does it take to get to Capri from sorrento?
My husband and I are going to Paris early May for a few days and then flying to Naples. We were planning on ferrying to Capri (what is the best to use). Should we stay in Capri or Anacapri and where?? What all should we definitely do while we are there? We are planning on being there 3 nights. Will there be plenty for us to do?
I will be in Naples around the end of February just for couple of days. Should i go to Capri? I have heard that most places are closed during "dead" season.. Any advice would more than appreciated. Thanks!!!
Looking for contact info for a gift/art shop on Via Croce that sells needlepoint pillow cases and bags..same side of street as Aurora and approx 100 meters toward main square
What is the best way to get to Villa Jovis and back (arriving from Napoli by boat)?
Hi! My husband and I just booked a last minute Easter trip to Capri. We're flying in and out of Naples and have a few questions:
1. We will be there April 5-10. Should we spend all 5 nights in Capri or should we try to visit somewhere else, like Naples or Sorrento for a night? We were thinking about spending the last day/night in Naples since we fly out of there but I haven't read great things about Naples...
2. Any tips on must-do/see things (attractions, restaurants, beaches etc?) We both love beautiful views and are active in our early 30s.
Hello, could you please advise if Good Friday (April 6) will be a good day to visit Capri from Sorrento. Will transportation be running from Sorrento to Capri that day and will anything be open that we can visit. I don't care about shopping but we will probably want to find something to eat and visit some of the sites. Speaking of sites, any suggestions, we love history and beautiful nature. Thank you
My girlfriend and I are spending 3 nights in Anacapri in July. Before we booked our hotels we didn't do much research on the island apart from the fact it's a beautiful place to visit. Now it seems it's quite an expensive place to be...
Could anyone advise us on cheap places to eat as we'll be eating out every night. We're on quite a tight budget.
Also what is transport like at night? Say if we wanted to eat in Capri and come back at midnight or something.
Any other advice is appreciated and welcome.
I am planning to be on the island of capri next march, and wonder if it is better to stay in anacapri or capri at that time of year (we want to hike, ride bikes, see the island). Which place would anyone recommend, and are there any food markets that time of year (to get fruits and veggies, bread and cheese, etc)?
I was in Capri a few days ago and saw some cat cameo jewelry (rings, pendants, etc.) in the window of an elegant jewelry store a short distance from the funicular station at the top of the hill. The jewelry store was not yet open for business that morning and unfortunately, I did not note the name of the store. Does anyone out there know what the name of the store might be? An address, website or e-mail address would be great. Thanks.
Someone has suggested we get a taxi totake us on a tour of the island but I have read elsewhere that day travel passes migt be avialble for the bus. Any recommendations. We are keen especially to do the chairlift up Mount Solaro. Thanks.
I will be traveling to Capri in September with an large group of family members and need advise for getting around the island with my parents who are both in their 80's and have some difficulty with extended walking. Any options for them to navigate the island, reach the hotel from the Piazzetta? We have a porter but there is still a 10 minute walk to the hotel?
Have booked flight which is due to land at Naples at 4.30pm. Say 45 mins to collect bags etc and get out of airport and an hour to transfer to Naples port so should be at port at around 6pm ish.
Does that give me time to get to Capri that evening?
Also, do all ferries/hydrofoils dock at the same port in Capri? I have a hotel near the main Piazza.
After last years European trip.....delayed flights, problems with hotel...I would love a real easy getaway. Was thinking about Capri but the thought of lugging the cases on a ferry with my mother......Any ideas?
Also, would 5 nights be too long to stay there?
Also, I don't really like heights....would I be okay here. I'm fine aslong as my balcony does not have a big drop.
My girlfriend and I will be staying in Capri for 3 nights. Ive read that you can rent scooters to tour around the island but you have to keep an eye out for crazy bus drivers tearing around mountainous corners. Just how safe/unsafe is it? We have rented ATVs on the Greek islands of Santorini and Naxos and had an absolute blast with them! That brings another questions, do they rent ATVs or just scooters?
I have a number of questions on visiting Sorrento, Capri and the Amalfi coast and it would be great if someone could answer any of them.
We (my husband and myself, both aged 30) have never visited before and wonder how long should we stay on Capri to do justice to it? It seems quite small, and I have no idea how long we should stay. Would we see everything in half a day, a day, 2 days, I just don’t know?
We were thinking of maybe spending 1 or 2 nights before moving on to Sorrento. Is that too long or not long enough?
Visiting the rest of the Amalfi Coast;
Is Sorrento the best place to be based in order to visit resorts along the Amalfi coast (ie, Positano, Ravello, Amalfi etc) or would we be able to see these 3 resorts in one day (returning to Sorrento at night) or would be better advised to stay in a hotel in one of these resorts?
Hazel and Antony
I am going to be visiting Italy in March. Seeing as it is a bit cooler in March than during peak time, would it be worth it to go to Capri? Thanks for the help!! :)
i was recently in a lemoncello shop in anacapri that also sold lemon drops and i cannot remember the name of the shop. i would like to purchase more of these delicious lemon drops. can you recommend a store that sells these?
I'm arriving into Naples by cruise ship on 28Oct and want to visit Capri. My plan is to take the Ferry from Naples and back for our departure in the evening at 6p. Schedule wise it looks like it can be done but I have a few questions to ask.
1. How crowded do you think Capri will be in Late October on a Thursday? Two things that I read that stuck in my mind were the lines to ride the busses on the island and the funicular, how bad are they? My idea of a good time is not standing in lines waiting. We are four able bodied mid 40's person's and don't mind walking. I also read that it's a good idea to book the return ferry as soon as we arrive since the afternoon ferry's fill up. Can't I book the return in Naples?
If Capri will be busy, any other suggestions that can be done on public transport from Naples? Already been to Pompei and Sorrento but would consider Sorrento again, just not sure what else to see and do there.
Thank you in advance.....David
I was in Capri a few weeks ago and saw a fabulous white linen dress in a shop window but was unable to stop and buy as we had to get our boat back to Positano. I can't recall the name of the store but I'm fairly certain it was going up towards the steep incline, away from restaurant Aurora (with photos of stars on the wall). I thought the name was something like "everything linen"; (but can't find it on google); there were outlets on both sides of the street. Can anyone help me with finding the name of the store please? I'm desperate to get in touch with them to see if I can order the dress for a special occasion,
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