LeongI’m Leong I love to travel and write. And also learning new languages, at the moment I’m teaching culture and languages for kids and elderly in Italy.
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francescaHi everybody and nice tu meet you🌺 I’m Francesca, from Milan. I’m travelling to Lisbon at the end of September and I hope to find some new friends and people who can host me. I can return the favor in Milan, and I hope next year in Rome. 🙃 I love walking a lot and explore new places, I dance at parties like a crazy bitch, but I also love quiet yoga sessions in the morning I’m intrerested in everything about theatre and cinema, and I’m an actress 🎵 Live music / openair Dj set are my favourite kind of parties 🃏 Tarot reader 📖 books lover 🚲 bike rider 🧗♀️ climber beginner ✌️feminist I’d love to plan other journeys in the future and I hope this app could help to meet some friends
based on 5 experiences
I stayed in 2 hotels in Sorrento and from there I took a train to Pompeii, a boat ride to Capri, and a day trip (by bus) to Positano. Sorrento is a beautiful little town with lots of restaurants and shops.
I did a week in the Amalfi Coast last year. We made base in Sorrento as it was a lot cheaper and just did day trips to Capri/Amalfi/Positano/Ravello/Pompeii/mount Vesuvius etc! Restaurants etc are miles cheaper in Sorrento than in Positano as well.
I stayed in Sorrento and just used the bus to get to Positano. (I had initially booked the ferry but it got canceled). Sorrento was a lot cheaper but was a sweet town with lots of markets and places to eat. You can swim there too. There’s a train station in Sorrento also.
Things to do: List of my memorable activities: - Took photos of the colorful houses in Positano - Had a lemon sorbet in Amalfi - Had a relaxing time on the beach in Positano - Took a boat tour around Capri - Went shopping for pretty ceramics around Positano Safety: I’ve traveled alone and felt totally safe. Accommodation: I stayed in Sorrento and I would say that’s it’s the best place to stay if you want to visit other Amalfi towns. Recommendations: Take a boat tour and sail all along the Amalfi Coast.
Itinerary: This is my 5 day itinerary - Day 1: arrived in Sorrento - Day 2: Capri - Day 3: Atrani and Amalfi - Day 4: Positano - Day 5: Sorrento Safety: I felt very safe Accommodation: I stayed in Positano when I went to the Amalfi coast. Beautiful town with a beach, hiking trails and really good connections with other cities. Recommendations: When visiting Amalfi Coast choose Sorrento as your base. It has the best transportation options for travelling around the Amalfi Coast.
Yes, the Amalfi Coast is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, as with any destination, it is important to take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, the Amalfi Coast is a great destination for solo travelers. The area is generally safe and there are plenty of activities to do and sights to see. There are also plenty of restaurants and cafes to enjoy, and the locals are friendly and welcoming.
Yes, the Amalfi Coast can be expensive for solo travelers. Accommodation, food, and transportation can all be costly. However, there are ways to save money, such as staying in hostels or Airbnb apartments, eating at local restaurants, and taking public transportation.
Explore the towns of the Amalfi Coast. Take a day to explore the towns of Amalfi, Positano, Ravello, and Sorrento. Wander the streets, take in the views, and enjoy the local cuisine.
Take a boat tour. There are plenty of boat tours available along the Amalfi Coast, from day trips to longer excursions. Enjoy the views of the coastline from the sea and take a dip in the Mediterranean.
Visit the local wineries. The Amalfi Coast is home to some of Italy’s best wineries. Take a tour and sample some of the local wines.
Hike the Path of the Gods. Take a day to hike the Path of the Gods, a stunning trail that runs along the Amalfi Coast. Enjoy the views of the coastline and the Mediterranean Sea.
Relax on the beach. Spend a day relaxing on one of the many beaches along the Amalfi Coast. Enjoy the sun, sand, and sea.
Visit the local markets. Take a day to explore the local markets of the Amalfi Coast. Taste the local produce, buy souvenirs, and enjoy the atmosphere.
Yes, Amalfi Coast is generally safe to travel alone. However, it is always important to take safety precautions when travelling alone, such as being aware of your surroundings, avoiding dark and isolated areas, and not carrying large amounts of cash.
Yes, the Amalfi Coast is generally safe at night. However, as with any tourist destination, it is important to be aware of your surroundings and take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety.
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