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there, the Circumvesuviana train line makes a day trip to see the ruins of ancient Pompeii and Her- culaneum an easy venture com- pared to the hair-raising adventure of driving. Te island of Capri is also a tempting day trip from the Amalfi Coast, and ferry service (available starting around Easter until the beginning of November) from Amalfi and Positano makes it extremely accessible. If seeing as much of the region as possible during your stay is top priority, look for a hotel right in the heart of Amalfi or Positano for the easi- est access to ferries and buses.


LEAVE TIME FOR LIMONCELLO With so much to see and do along the Amalfi Coast and nearby, it’s tempting to plan busy days to try to take it all in. Yet the intense natural beauty beckons you to slow down, claim a colorful beach umbrella as your own for the day, and dive into the sea. Make sure there’s also time for savoring lei- surely meals by the water’s edge, capped off with a refreshing glass of the traditional lemon-infused liqueur, limoncello. Sit back, soak in the views and savor every mo- ment of the Amalfi Coast!


ABOUT THE AUTHOR Laura Tayer is a freelance writer who has called the Amalfi Coast home since 2007, where she enjoys work- ing as a freelance writer and editor. Captivated by the natural beauty of the Amalfi Coast, she is passionate about capturing it on her website www.ciaoamalfi.com.


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Lemons growing on a shady terrace above Amalfi. Photo by Laura Thayer


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