A scenic road with a tunnel through a mountain in the Amalfi Coast
The Amalfi Coast is bursting with beautiful pastel towns like Amalfi, Positano and Sorrento. Take a drive along the winding cliffside, and stop along the way to take in the views of the waves crashing against the rocks below. Then, pop into Positano for a glass of wine and a panino of sliced tomato, pesto and locally made mozzarella di bufala.
Get to know Salerno's roots onboard an Amalfi Coast cruise. The town's grand cathedral houses the Apostle Matthew's remains. Drop into a museum to learn about the city's history: During the 11th century, Salerno flourished as an epicenter for medical studies, which you can still see today at the museum of Scuola Medica Salernitana.
Salerno's cuisine is defined by fresh seafood, often caught earlier that day. Spaghetti alle vongole – topped with clams, tomatoes and herbs – is a must-try. Pick up a Neopolitan-style pizza, made with San Marzano tomatoes and fresh mozzarella di bufala. Finish your meal with a limoncello made from the massive lemons that grow in the region.
Head down to Via dei Mercanti to pick up souvenirs, wine, fresh cheese, handmade items, ceramics, leather goods and more. If you want to spend the whole day shopping, hop in a taxi and head to the pastel-hued Cilento Outlet Village nearby.
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