Italy’s Amalfi Coast

In this program, we explore Sorrento’s back streets, taste traditional Italian food, drive along the dramatic Amalfi Coast to catch some breathtaking scenery, learn the history behind the tourist shops of Amalfi, stroll in the shadow of Greek temples at Paestum, and sail to the Isle of Capri to enter the fabled Blue Grotto.

© 2006 Rick Steves’ Europe


Raindropreludes says:

What’s the guitar piece at 20:48

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Giuseppe Guida says:

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Ciao, Fantozzi says:

Rick…change your wardrobe.

Michael H says:

I’m definately a fan of Rick and the amazing videos he produces.

Maria DOLORES Rodriguez Ferrere de MERCADO says:

and definitely Paestum!!

Federico Pinci says:

Rick Steves next time u go to Sorrento try “La Tonnarella”, it’s an unknown hotel just south of Sorrento built inside a big rock by the sea. Everything inside is decorated with hand painted tiles and the view is breathtaking. Trust me that place is a hidden gem, I can’t wait to get back.

Abhi Foodie says:

Keep the Good Work going

Dave Fiore says:

Greeks and normand monuments in the southern Italy are universal masterpieces.

whats New says:

i love this channel

Amer Syed says:

Rick Steves covers locations in detail and is always smiling. A very soft spoken person.

Kees Manuel says:

Hi there, I love your video. We a short break of 3 weeks and will travel in Southern Italy. Thanks for the many new suggestions! Love the cable car idea. Take a look at my short videos biking around my lovely city.

Александра Воробей says:

Thank you! A very Nice Place!

Eduardo Marques says:

Be careful when talking about Italian engineers building roads. Many of these roads were built by Mussolini in order to boost national pride. Italians deserve praise, fascists deserve the trash can of history.

Great video, though.

Susan Anderson says:

Sorrento is one of my favourite places in Italy. It felt really safe to wander about in the evening. It was very easy to get around and the sights were breathtaking around the clifftops and by the harbour. Food was fabulous and everyone seemed to be really happy. My favourite part was going on the little train that goes around town and down to the harbour. It was brightly lit with coloured lights and music played through speakers. It was just delightful. Would go again in the blink of an eye.

Brandon says:

be there this saturday!

LabNYorkie says:

I’d love to some day visit these places. Rick Steves show on PBS introduced me to so many dreams. Maybe some day. I hope.

Nate says:

Hey guys new youtuber here haha im doing a series called 10 seconds in______ and will be doing Cinque Terre soon please feel free to check it out

hermione delano says:

The best country in the world by far is Italy.

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Who am I says:

Pussytano? lol

Bennett Hubert says:

Great job.

Maria DOLORES Rodriguez Ferrere de MERCADO says:

thank you for your wonderful videos..helps to decide where to go! I plan a one day tour to Capri and Anacapri from Positano.. cheers

luvvideos07 says:

Rick, you have a great job.

Bob Mob says:

The Turks have indeed taken Italy away 🙁

Frances Van Siclen says:

Rick, do you need an assistant !

Rolandomio Travel says:

Very nice Video about Amalfi!

Vinay Kumar says:

Your videos have a perfect chronology. perfect!

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