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Looks short to walk and when you start you realise how long it is ! Beautiful, essence of Italian in every way. Lots of shops and little alleyways that will take you to different parks, view points, beaches and ports.
We were here in February and even then it was busy. The portion of the street to the south of the main square is pedestrian is full of shops, most of which were open in the low season. The portion of the street to the...More
i visited corso italia 3 years ago and again last september/
i was surprised to find out thatpart of the crowded street was renovated to a pedestrian mall.
this change allows people to wonder between shops and enjoy the beauty of this central place
Italy is always so welcoming and enticing... but Sorrento has it's extra added magic.
Corso Italia is a long street in the center of Sorrento, half is in the old city, full of restaurants and little shops offering a colorful array of the area's specialties:...More
If you are in Sorrento than you are most likely hitting this Main Street. Now, unlike previous years, sections of this street are closed as a pedestrian walkway which great! It was so nice to let me daughter enjoy running up and down this section...More
Have you ever been to restaurants where the pasta or other Italian food is badly cooked. Surely! This restaurant is perfect! The pasta, the bread, the salad, basically everything. I used to go there every weekend. Must go to this restaurant
Nice to see the Main Street from piazza Tasso down to the hospital pedestrianised. Be aware that there are many more shops running parallel with this street in what is called the drains. Shops on the high street tend to be more designer, and pricey....More