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Top things to do on Amalfi Coast- 4 days

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Top things to do on Amalfi Coast- 4 days

We will be staying in Praiano at Hotel Margherita, arriving by driver from the Naples train station (our train gets in at 11 a.m.,from Rome, driver picking us up and bringing us straight to hotel) and staying for 4 nights. Leaving on the 4th day in the afternoon (flight leaves from Naples at 9 p.m)..So I guess we have almost 4 days or so. We are a young couple in our early 30s, recently married. Suggestions on best things to do? can't miss? great restaurants? we like authentic places and definitely want to relax/ have fun, but don't want to miss out on sights. Thinking Pompeii for one day? Perhaps Capri? Any help/advice would be great! Thank you.

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1. Re: Top things to do on Amalfi Coast- 4 days

Visiting Pompeii Scavi, Sitabus to Sorrento then the www.vesuviana.it train.

Capri Ferries www.capri.net/en/ferry-schedule

Amalfi Coast public transport amalficoastweb.com/amalfi/…bus_ferries.html

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2. Re: Top things to do on Amalfi Coast- 4 days

Do the Walk of the Gods......about 4.5hrs with a rewarding cafe stop in Nocelle at the end.

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