Saturday, January 6, 2018

Do Not Book Your Amalfi Coast Italy Vacation Until You Watch These Videos

Do Not Book Your Amalfi Coast Italy Vacation Until You Watch These Videos



Your Camera Will Need A Vacation When You Return Home...Photo Ops Everywhere

The Amalfi Coast is situated on the Sorrento peninsula. Amalfi, with its wonderful views, is the main town of the Amalfi Coast. White houses cling onto the rocks opposite the Saint Andrew Cathedral and the main square. 



Berman Travel Tours To: Amalfi, Positano, Praiano, Sorrento, Ravello, Capri and More



The town of Amalfi is filled with alleys, and steps, with 57 steps to get up to the famous Cathedral of St. Andrew and Cloister of Paradise, a treasure of medieval architecture. 



The narrow alleyways of the town wind through the hills and up the slopes between the sea and mountains. While visiting, don't miss the beaches as they are some of the most beautiful on the coast. With crystal clear water, it is perfect for swimming, scuba diving or boating. 



Also, worth the visit is Palazzo Morelli and its Civic Museum. Save time for shopping, especially for the lemon liquor which is locally produced and the famous handmade paper created in town as well.



All Videos and Photos By: Susan Berman, Owner Berman Travel Video Production by Marc Berman, Director Of Marketing



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Located in an amazing spot along the southern tip of the Amalfi coastline, picture-perfect Positano is one of the most popular seaside resort destinations in Italy. Like many European resorts, it began as a fishing village that was visited by painters, writers and bohemians until a full-scale tourism industry was born. An hour's drive from Naples, Positano has been described as heaven between the sea and the sky.









Sorrento is an elegant and sophisticated seaside resort perched on cliffs above the Bay of Naples, with unbelievable views. Piazza Tasso, the main square built over a ravine with the ruins of an old watermill at the bottom, represents the heart of town, and is filled with friendly bars and restaurants.














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