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Romantic home of an ancient maritime republic.
You wouldn't quite think so by looking at it, but a thousand years ago, Amalfi was the capital of a powerful maritime republic, and rival to Pisa and Genoa. Sackings and a tsunami destroyed most of the oldest buildings, though the medieval cathedral survived. Constructed by the Normans, it blends Byzantine and Northern architectural and decorative styles. Nowadays, along with Positano, Amalfi is one of the busiest towns on the Amalfi Coast, and a good jumping off point for trips to the other towns by road or boat.
Amalfi's signature lemons, longer and larger than regular lemons, are a key ingredient in the locally produced limoncello and a digestif shot is almost compulsory after any meal. A little way from the center of town you can learn about another famous Amalfi product in the paper mill museum. Known worldwide for its quality, Amalfi's thick handmade paper was one of the first produced in Europe, the Amalfitani having learned the techniques from the Arabs they traded with.

What we love about Amalfi

Giorgia

Rome City Host & Italy Destination Expert

I would summarize the Amalfi Coast with just one word: postcard. Wherever you stay, wherever you visit, wherever you stop, you will feel the urge to take a picture of the beautiful and stunning panorama view you will have in front of you and print a thousand postcards to ship home.

Elisa

Venice City Host & Italy Destination Expert

The Amalfi Coast is simply magical; you are surrounded by it is amazing colors, views, beautiful beaches, and the stunning water. Seeing it in a picture is great, but experiencing it in real life is truly amazing.

Where to stay in Amalfi

Our accommodations on the Amalfi Coast are divided between Positano, the largest of the small towns in the area, and Amalfi itself. It's worth bearing in mind that hotels are booked out many months in advance here, so some flexibility may be needed. We've inspected and selected the very best options from small family run B&Bs to palatial cliffside grand hotels to converted monasteries and convents. You'll have the choice of being in the thick of the action or in relative seclusion, just let us know your preferences. Once we start preparing your customized itinerary we will present our recommended options for you to select from.
Boutique hotel
In a lovely historic building, this boutique option has numerous types of rooms and very friendly service.
Art Nouveau Hotel
This is a spectacular option for luxury comfort, with palatial rooms and beautiful sea views. Highly recommended!
Historical Hotel
In a splendid former monastery with a Moresque cloister, this is a very unique option for comfort and elegance.

Things to do in Amalfi

We'll be happy to keep you busy up and down the Amalfi Coast, and can offer excursions to Mount Vesuvius, and Pompeii and Herculanum beneath it. When we send you your customized itinerary you will be able to choose additional excursions to include in your vacation package or consider adding later.
Pompeii & Herculaneum Group Tour from Amalfi

Frequently Asked Questions about travel to Amalfi

What are prices like in Amalfi?

In the center, a quick lunch with a drink costs around 25 euros. Museums and landmarks generally cost 10-20 euros. For a full dinner, budget at least 30-40 euros. 

How can I get around Amalfi?

The best way to explore Amalfi's little alleys and hidden corners is by foot. You can also rent a scooter to explore the surrounding area, or go on a boat trip.

Is Amalfi safe?

Amalfi is a very safe place. However, pickpocketing is a possibility in crowded, touristy areas.

Does Amalfi have options for those with dietary restrictions?

Amalfi has increasingly more options for people with dietary restrictions and intolerances. Many places (such as Ristorante Amalfi - La Perla) offer gluten-free options. You can also find many vegetarian options in most restaurants.

How long should I stay in Amalfi?

We recommend spending at least two nights in Amalfi, to enjoy the town and take a boat to a nearby island (such as Capri), with perhaps a third night for a day trip.
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