Cruise Port Guides: Amalfi Italy
Cruise Port Guides: Amalfi Italy – Amalfi can be a tender cruise port but, can also be visited from the cruise port of Naples or Salerno in Italy.
Naples or Salerno are the cruise ports to visit Capri, Sorrento, Amalfi or Pompei and can be a port on a Mediterranean cruise.
The best way to see Amalfi is to on a tour, either by boat or coach.
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WHAT TO DO IN THE CRUISE PORT OF AMALFI ITALY?
If you take a boat trip to Amalfi from Salerno the trip is very scenic with the stunning coastline and pretty coves.
The Amalfi Coast in Italy is famous and it is absolutely beautiful. It is a small town with a cathedral, shops, bars and restaurants.
This is the place to soak up the atmosphere by stopping for a drink or lunch.
You can visit the cathedral or walk around the narrow streets and along the promenade of the beachfront.
Amalfi can be seen in a morning or afternoon in a few hours. If there is a tour to see Sorrento and Amalfi, it can be done.
Or spend the day on the beach, enjoy a gelato and soak up the sunshine in this pretty port.
- Weather: 20*C – 30*C in the summer months.
- Currency: Euro
- Language: Italian and English is spoken.
- What to bring: A bottle of water, a camera/phone, a fan and a hat.
- The boat trip to Amalfi can be a little rocky, so bear that in mind if you suffer from seasickness.
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