Spend two weeks living La Dolce Vita on this relaxing getaway trip. Spend 4 days exploring rocky beaches and sprawling summer villas on the Amalfi Coast, then head to Sorrento for beautiful architecture and a cooking class. Go shopping in Naples' glass-roofed Galleria Umberto, then head to Rome to discover Roman ruins, cozy streetside cafes and serene city parks.
Amalfi features an endless network of preserved and intact original architecture, which showcases its rich past. You’ll view old towers, historic walls, vaulted houses, ancient churches, chapels, and convents. Enjoy strolling by its merchant and aristocrat medieval houses as you make your way to its main square, Piazza Flavio Gioia.
Visit the famous Cathedral of Sant’ Andrea (or Duomo), proving Amalfi’s important commercial role with its Arab-Sicilian style. During the medieval period, the city dedicated the cathedral to the Apostle and patron saint of Amalfi, whose relics are kept here. Then you’ll visit the Fountain of Sant'Andrea. Carved in the 18th century, you can view its marble sculptures of the saint and marine deities.
Next, meander the narrow medieval alleys densely littered with souvenir and limoncello shops. Walk up the stairs to the characteristic center of Atrani and stop for incredible panoramic views from the cemetery of the ancient San Lorenzo Monastery. Make your way to Atrani’s main square, or piazzetta, and visit the Church of San Salvatore de 'Birecto.
Read more about unique and interesting experiences on the Amalfi Coast.
Itineraries with Walking Tour from Amalfi to Atrani
Discover the incomparable culture of Southern Italy with a trip exploring the delectable food scene in Naples and the vibrant colors of the Amalfi Coast. Zip around like a local on a Vespa tour, explore the ruins of Pompeii and breathtaking Mt. Vesuvius, and finish off your trip soaking in the sunshine on the Amalfi Coast.
Spend sixteen days visiting Italy's incredible cities and explore the sunny Amalfi Coast on this getaway trip. Visit ornate palaces and art galleries in Venice and Florence, go wine tasting in Tuscany, and slow down to a quieter pace of life on the Amalfi Coast. Spend the last four days in the capital city of Rome where ancient ruins and a buzzing nightlife meet for a modern vibe.