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And just like that, on a beautiful summer day in August, I woke up in Sorrento. It was a last minute travel. I was sure that I wanted to go to the Amalfi coast but I was a little bit skeptical because of some other factors that had me thinking if it was doable or not.

But then, the idea of sitting alone in Vienna in August was quite horrifying, so I booked the ticket and set off on a trip to the seductive Amalfi Coast where my friends were waiting for me. The goal was to visit the villages in the Amalfi Coast and soak up everything that this beautiful region has to offer. Our starting point was Sorrento. During our journey along the picturesque villages of Sorrento, Amalfi, Vietri sul mare, Erchie, Salerno, and Positano we encountered coastal mountains, colorful cupolas and breathtaking views.

I particularly remember the amazing seafood I had everyday in the taverna “Dal Pescatore” in Vietri Sul mare. We ended my “vacanze italiane” in Napoli, eating pizza at the famous Sorbillo.

If you plan to visit the Amalfi Coast, I would recommend that you don’t take a car because the road is switchback and there is no free parking space. Consequently, you will have to spend a fortune to park your car. It’s much wiser to visit the villages by boat. Also, you want to avoid the busy months of July and August when you plan your visit. ♥

  • Just beautiful images! Its been many, many years since I’ve been to the Amalfi Coast. Looking forward to return trip.
    J. Christina @ scribblesandsmiles.net

  • wow this diary is amazing – wann go back to Italy if I scroll through your pictures!
    xx Mirjam // http://www.miiju.ch

  • Joanna

    This place is amazing and your fotos as well!