Travel – 5 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW WHEN VISITING THE AMALFI COAST // Travel Guide

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We went to the Gulf of Naples and the Amalfi Coast – we ate a lot of food and went on a few boats. Here are our tips if you’re thinking of visiting this beautiful part of Italy.

Locations:
– Sorrento
– Amalfi
– Positano
– Capri

Shot on a DJI Mavic Pro and Sony A7Rii with a 35mm lens.

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23 COMMENTS

  1. I’m so thankful you mentioned the ways to see the area that aren’t touristy, my fiancé and I booked a trip there but didn’t realize it was so touristy until after. I can’t wait to go, but I hate crowds. Hoping we can get away from that a bit. Thank you!

  2. Thanks for a great informative video! We are thinking of going there this summer with our five and one year old so it was great to see that it's possible to get around even with small children. Question: how did you go about going by boat, you spoke about ferries or renting your own charter boat?

  3. Hello from Australia! We head over next month and suddenly I'm scrambling for useful info haha – this is great. Particularly the tip about going by sea as often as possible! I guarantee the food tip was already thoroughly embraced as a concept and we can't wait for that 😀

  4. Hello guys. I truly enjoy your video is very helpful. can you guys share the company you rented the boat from please. I will be in the Amalfi cost in October and will love to know how to do it. thank you in advance.

  5. Good tips guys. We were there in 2014 and decided it’s our favourite place in the world. It does get very busy in places like Capri and Positano etc. A tip to get round this is to visit in the evenings when the day trippers have left. We booked a trip to Capri in 2014 that dropped us off about 7pm and picked up about 11.30pm. We also loved Positano so this year have booked a night in a hotel there even though our main hotel is 10km away. We can spend the day there but will be able to enjoy it at night too when the last ferry has taken everyone else away. These places are very different at night!

  6. Hi guys, just wanted to tell you that the music is really loud next to your voices, Jack's voice is barely audible, so it is really difficult to hear anything… I tried both on Mozilla and Chrome, but no success…

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