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Small Group Tour to Positano by Boat at Sunset
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Small Group Tour to Positano by Boat at Sunset

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A tour along the coast to discover the most scenic ravines of the coast and take unforgettable photos!<br><br>The tour is designed for small groups (max 12 people). We will leave Positano at around 6.30 pm and sail the Amalfi Coast stopping in the best corners!<br><br>Unmissable stop will be the Li Galli archipelago, mythological residence of the sirens, where we will enjoy an aperitif with music!<br><br>Our captain will be available to take your unbeatable photos, but you can also request a professional photographer!<br><br>On board you will find: bluetooth / aux audio, wi-fi, towels, minibar with soft drinks. The boat is equipped with a cabin, small kitchen, toilet, rescue equipment for adults and children.
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Seeking True Quality wrote a review Oct 2020
Europe2957 contributions1062 helpful votes
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The visit to this superb cathedral certainly began at the bottom of the 62 steps leading to the entrance! The church looked majestic with the shining golden mosaic on the top, the intricate Moorish details of the facade and the portico. On the left, we saw the bell tower, built in the XII. and XIII. century, with a precious majolica finish on the top. This church was built in the X. century right next to the older Basilica del Crocifisso and in the XII. century the churches together formed a church with six(!) aisles in Romanesque style. Nowadays, they are two separate buildings, they were separated in the XVI. century. In the XIX. century, the facade was reconstructed, because it partially collapsed during a storm and strong wind. We were lucky: the bronze door, which arrived from Constantinople in the XI. century was open, as there was a wedding and the bride and groom entered the church though it! The interior of the church is in Baroque style, the ancient columns are enclosed and covered with inlaid marble. The high altar has four nice columns and is dominated by a painting depicting the crucifixion of Saint Andrew the Apostle. The ceiling is also covered with paintings. But we could not examine the details of the interior because there was the wedding mass.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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TravelSnapper99 wrote a review Oct 2020
Letchworth, United Kingdom78 contributions27 helpful votes
Worth a visit, the Duomo in Amalfi provides an interesting insight to some of the history of the church and Amalfi nobles.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Ana L wrote a review Oct 2020
Navan, Ireland2682 contributions1068 helpful votes
Very beautiful cathedral, specially the facade. Nowadays, the ticket to visit the Duomo includes the cloister, as well as a small museum and the crypt (3 eur). Part is under renovation.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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KatrinaMolini wrote a review Sep 2020
Corciano, Italy7301 contributions6812 helpful votes
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Stunning cathedral! Located in the main square of Amalfi, it really creates a special character of the place and a very recognizable image of the town. We really wanted to visit it from the inside but surprisingly it was closed on July 5th. Instead, we just admired it from the outside. It was especially lovely to do so from the Bar C Francese right across it. When you walk up the stairs you can also have a nice view from there. And a photo on the stairs is a must! :)
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Date of experience: July 2020
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StephenCross wrote a review Aug 2020
Dublin, Ireland14917 contributions1645 helpful votes
This is a stunning church in Amalfi and the green colours on the tower are wonderful. Really striking and in the main square.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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