Corso Italia

Corso Italia, Sorrento: Address, Corso Italia Reviews: 4/5

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Scott
San Francisco, CA4,868 contributions
Jan 2022 • Solo
Visited in late january. This is a pedestrian shopping area. There is nothing especially exciting about this shopping area. Visiting over 2 days I walked up the street about six times. Christmas decorations this time of year are a bit annoying. The music loop playing over the pa is a mix of 1980s synth pop and Christmas carols.
Written 21 January 2022
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Ana L
Navan, Ireland2,701 contributions
Sep 2020
Pedestrian street with some of the most remarkable buildings in Sorrento. Also, a great area for shopping and for food.
Written 15 October 2020
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Elena Ciocan
Timisoara, Romania1,725 contributions
Nov 2019
What a charming street! Full of life, souvenirs shops, cafes, limoncelo, with an amazing church at its end.
Written 8 October 2020
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ERIC W
Knoxville, TN4,208 contributions
Feb 2020 • Couples
A busy street filled with many shops and various restaurants. Not sure why it’s so high on reviews unless you’re in Sorrento to just shop and eat
Written 10 February 2020
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albarnoss25
Poznan, Poland36 contributions
Nov 2018
I walked down the street mostly in the evening( twice or 3 times in the afternoon- it was the quietest then). As it was sort of an off-season(09/11 to 21/11 2018) it was not overun with tourists, there were instead many locals taking the evening passeggiata...
Towards the end of my visit here Christmas decorations were starting to appear...The hotels were getting quieter as well.. The local ''feel'' were getting more n more intense. I think its the best time of the year to get the real sense of this enchanting little town...
Written 29 October 2019
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Danijela Vukasinovic
Slovenia59 contributions
Nov 2018
It is the main street in Sorrento.

There u can find everything from restaurants, shops, suveniours, best shots of limoncello, nice food.

Good vibe!
Written 21 October 2019
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citydetective
Perth, UK125 contributions
Oct 2019
Jane and I found this restaurant by walking up from Tasso Square for about 10 minutes.
It's a modern building serving mainly a large variety of Pizza.
It serves lovely food especially the pizza.
Staff are helpful but not intrusive.
It was popular with locals but not to busy on a Saturday night.
A great selection of food and wines at a reasonable price.
Well worth the walk.
Written 13 October 2019
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Mariya Petrova
144 contributions
May 2019
You will find here a variety of places for any taste, from highly expensive shops to nice leisure boutique and unique family shops.
Totally enjoyed the hospitality and jelato do not miss the deserts and cappuccino
Written 8 October 2019
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Robert W
Lisburn, UK3,117 contributions
Sep 2019
This was my main street, going from my hotel to the Piazza Tasso (and almost everywhere else in Sorrento).
It is Sorrento's main (pedestranised) Shopping Street. It's always busy, with it's shops, restaurants and Geletaria.

At night, it's quite romantic - frequented by teenagers, young adults and courting couples especially.
Tourists and local (Italian) families bring a "buzz" of vitality to this vibrant part of Sorrento, in the evening.

You can't come to Sorrento and not enjoy an Evening Stroll in the Corso Italia!

It houses Sorrento's Cathedral and Clock tower (most attractive from the inside).

Highly recommended.
Written 5 October 2019
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Karen M
Hoddesdon, UK3 contributions
Sep 2019 • Couples
i was absoultey disgusted to see the poor ponies standing there for hours in the sun with no water. i approached the horse to gove him a drink of water from my water bottle. and got a rude mouthful of a abusive by the owner of the pony. and told me to stop. i pointed out this horse is thirsty. to be told go away and go back to England where you belong. how wicked these people are avoid. as these poor ponies are not looked after and neglected
Written 1 October 2019
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