Blue TulipIf you want to understand the style of southern Italy, go to Naples: Not only is there the Amalfi Coast selected by National Geographic magazine as the 50 must-visit places in a lifetime, the beautiful bay not only gives it beauty, but also Rich seafood, rich in lemons, the birthplace of pizza. Surrounded by Mount Vesuvius, it slowly stretches towards the sky, and the twilight rises up, forming the scene of today's bay surrounded by cliffs, with beautiful arcs of large and small, colorful houses connected together. In addition, it is far away from the hustle and bustle, completely free from secular intrusions, pure and peaceful, it has become an Italian holiday paradise, and the garden after the rich Europeans gather. The left side of our car is green hills, and the right side is the sea. Driving in the drizzle, we have been along the winding, high and low roads along the sea, extending forward against the mountain wall, and the green mountains and blue sea have been with us. The Amalfi Coast includes Ravello, Positano, Minori, Amalfi and many other small towns with beautiful scenery and beautiful scenery, such as Ravello, Positano, Minori and Amalfi. When I arrived in the town, the rain had stopped and the sky was bright. The town is backed by mountains and faces the sea, and is distributed on the slopes between the mountains and the sea. The houses in the town are small and exquisite, colorful and dazzling. They are printed with the blue water, the blue sky and the long white clouds. The small town of Amalfi integrates shopping, food, and a daze. It is rich in lemons, so the local lemons are made into lemon wine drinks. After a meal, one bite is helpful for digestion. Friends who like them can buy them here. Later, we will visit Positano, Rome, Milan, Venice and other places. It is more expensive than here. Go around and get lost in a small town full of flowers on the seascape. With your footsteps, you will find your favorite little corner of the town. The colorful shops also support the whole picture. The small town is a beautiful and romantic painting under the warm sunshine and green plants.
sculptorPompeii was an ancient city in Rome, and when the eruption of Vesuvius in 79, it was buried 4-6m deep under volcanic ash and pumice. As a result, most of the city is preserved under ash, providing a unique snapshot of life in Rome, frozen when buried by volcanic ash, and providing a very detailed insight into the daily lives of its inhabitants. Once a wealthy city, it was filled with fine public buildings and luxurious private houses decorated with fine furniture and art.
小丸子老可爱Life in a small European town is really exciting, especially in such a beautiful place as Amalfi. I wish I could stop here and let me stay a few more days. It feels like Capri Island is not commercialized here.
M30***54Personally, I feel that the Amalfi Coast, which is listed as a World Cultural Heritage site, does not have the magnificence and atmosphere of the US Highway 1. Its special feature should be the stack of buildings on the slope of the blue sea.
燃烧生命的小胖妞Sorrento, a small town in southern Italy, a hometown of folk songs that is well-known in the world, one was selected by National Geographic magazine as: "One of the 50 Most Worth Visiting Places in Life in the World". She, like a beautiful pearl, is quietly embedded in the promontory of the Gulf of Naples, emitting a dazzling light; she is also like a beautiful Italian girl, showing her all kinds of customs, making people think about it...
小东西1023Ravello is a popular tourist destination on the Amalfi Coast. We climbed here from the Amalfi Hotel on foot. I thought that the 2.6 km right should be exercised. As a result, the medieval buildings between the cliffs, one turn, one long unsightly step, and another turn, another one, which directly caused my fear in the second half of the hike on the "Path of the Gods" the next day. 2000 steps, squeeze the bus down the mountain. So, don’t hike up the mountain if you live under the mountain. Take the bus up the mountain and go down the mountain. Many villas here are circled to sell tickets, including Villa Rufolo (1270), which Giovanni Boccaccio mentioned in his Decameron. We were so tired from climbing the mountain, we couldn’t afford to spend money to visit the villa. There were many famous artists living in the town, so we brought our own sense of art, walked around, drank ice coffee on the street, and had a one-Michelin star meal by the cliff. ,Very comfortable. PS: That one Michelin star, the stars are for the landscape, the taste is average.
Magically suspended between the blue sky and the iridescent colored sea, the Amalfi coast seems to be born from the palette of a painter who wanted to use the warmer color gradients for creating a landscape that enchants the visitor at the first shot, giving thrilling experience and such evocative view to doubt, for a moment, it is real. It is the land where the sweet scent of lemon blossoms harmonizes itself with the most aromatic one of the Mediterranean vegetation and the acrid aroma of saltiness; where the brilliant colors of the majolica domes, bougainvillea and carnations pergolas give an evident colored touch to the typical whitewashed houses, clinging to the last offshoots of the Lattari Mounts that plunge dramatically into the sea. A vertical landscape, in short, characterized by a picturesque labyrinth of stairways and narrow alleys, connecting the two main elements of this landscape: the mountains and the sea. A continuous succession of headlands and inlets, bays and fjords, interspersed with pebbled beaches and rocks on which you can still see the ancient viceregal towers, the first bulwark of the local population against the Saracen attacks. The shift from the sea to mountain is seamless: the mountain sides were terraced over the centuries, shaped by human labor to create flaps of arable land and already compared, during the Renaissance period, to the legendary Hesperides by the Italian writer and naturalist Giambattista Della Porta. All the towns of the Amalfi coast are connected by the scenic SS. 163 road, built in the first half of the XIX century during the Bourbon period and always considered one of the most beautiful road in Italy. Following the natural course of the coastline, the route is full of curves, nestled between the rock and the sea cliffs, giving new and spectacular shots at the exit of every tunnel or hairpin bend.
Enjoying the picturesque Amalfi Coast views of Positano in an Italian summer from the stunning rooftop of Villa Franca.
I went to Italy twice, or I liked the Amalfi Coast most (I personally feel more worthwhile than the Cinque Terre). Although the traffic is a bit tossing, the train-sita bus (this bus must first buy a ticket to get on the bus, the car does not sell tickets) ), you can only take the bus across the coastline (strongly not recommended for self-driving, the road here is too narrow and too narrow, just enough for the width of two cars).
"Wonder Woman" is also here to capture the scene. The most famous towns: Positano in Positano, Amalfi in Amalfi, Ravello in Ravello, Maiori
in Maiori, preferably book a hotel on the coast or BNB for three or four days, we stayed for four Late, I regret that I should stay for a few more days, especially for couples or couples honeymoon.
We live in the town of Amalfi, then take a leisurely bus ride to other towns, and the tickets can be bought at the small shop. The weather here is so comfortable and dead, the lemon trees in the mountains are full of fullness.
As for consumption, it is slightly higher than Rome, but the overall consumption of Italy is not high, and Amalfi's price/performance ratio is still very high. After all, Feng Wei was from the people. We went out for two days outside the restaurant. Later, we went shopping for ingredients to make a big meal (after all, there was a Chinese stomach, and the male ticket was super delicious), and also bought red wine on the side of the small balcony. Enjoy the scenery while the candlelight dinner~
One of the main reasons to visit Amalfi coast is the Positano beach. Unbelievably beautiful. The neighbouring villages in cliffsides with hundreds of the lined umbrellas on the beach below make it a sight impossible to forget. Go here both daytime and night time.
The most beautiful town in Amalfi, Italy, is it!
Vietri sul mare.
If you are on the Amalfi Coast town, only know Positano, Sorrento, etc., then it is easy to be submerged in the crowd of tourists.
Vietri sul mare is a famous ceramic town on the Amalfi coastline. It has a history of 100 years. The Italian ceramics developed from this town, so the town is full of ceramic factory outlets. There are also some artists' art gallery. The donkey is the mascot of this area. Of course, it is not "stupid" stupid. In the eyes of the Italians, the donkey represents luck.
The town is built on a cliff, so the coastal road starts from Positano, about an hour's drive. It will first see the invincible panorama of the town. It will take a little courage to sit up. Below is the cliff.
The residents of the town decorated the streets and lanes especially beautifully, and it has become a holy place for photography.
The small town of Amalfi, located in the cliff town of the Mediterranean coast of southern Italy, is housed in a steep rocky mountain wall, connected to the blue sky and the sea, and the scenery is beautiful. Discovery ranks it as the most beautiful in the world. 50 people must go to one of the places.
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Head to the town of Furore, located in the Campania region of Italy, right in the middle of the Amalfi Coast, where a gigantic fjord opens to create its very own hidden beach!
On the Malfi coastline, near the Italian boots, there is a small, insignificant town of Vietri sul Mare. Mare means Italian meaning in the Italian language, meaning the town of Vietri by the sea. To talk about porcelain, it is definitely a look at Vietri, the birthplace of Amalfi porcelain. The town's ceramic craftsmanship has been around for hundreds of years, and the ceramic factory shop can be seen everywhere in the vietri on the cliff.
The residents here are all painters, artists, walking around, there is a blue alley in the town, and nearby residents have created a few according to their beliefs and preferences. Ten meters of little party paradise.
I don't know if I thought it was in Chefchaouen, Morocco, where the walls on either side of the stairs were all painted blue. This alley is quite Islamic in style.
If there are such residents who are neighbors, it is estimated that my home will slowly become artistic.
The town of Vietri sul Mare, Mare in Italian means the meaning of the sea, meaning the town of Vietri by the sea. To talk about porcelain, it is definitely a look at Vietri, the birthplace of Amalfi porcelain. The town's ceramic craftsmanship has been around for hundreds of years, and the ceramic factory shop can be seen everywhere in the vietri on the cliff.
The small street is full of artists' ceramic galleries. Ceramic paintings can be seen everywhere on the wall. It has been merged with the town in the years. On the mottled walls, there are cracks or defects in the ceramic paintings.
The town is playing Tips
1, the parking lot is near the top of the mountain. It is recommended to park the car on the mountain. There is a whole shopping street at the top of the mountain. Mosaic products.
2, the observation deck of the parking lot, there is a lovely donkey. In the mosaic products, the appearance of the donkey is quite high. In the eyes of the Italians, the donkey does not mean stupid, but a lucky mascot that can be brought to them. Therefore, the image of the donkey is essential for every ceramic shop. Signboard.
3, there is a stone step leading to the mountain next to the parking lot. When you walk to the beach, you will find a blue street where the residents create a paradise of tens of meters.
4, blowing the wind from the Amalfi Coast, the beach is very pleasant.