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Museobottega della Tarsialignea

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Via San Nicola 28, 80067, Sorrento Italy
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Boat Excursion to Capri Island: Small Group from Sorrento
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Boat Excursion to Capri Island: Small Group from Sorrento

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A boat tour around Capri is the perfect way to discover the island at a relaxed pace sharing the happiness with a small group of people ( max 12) on board. We will pick you up with a free shuttle to your hotel and we will leave from the port of Massa Lubrense sailing under the coast towards Capri with a first stop at the Marciano natural waterfall to take some amazing photos,to show later to your friends once you'll be back home, and take a refreshing bath. We will continue towards Cala di Mitigliano and Punta Campanella, the extremity of the Sorrento Peninsula to arrive in Capri welcomed by the Salto di Tiberio, a precipice overlooking the sea, and Villa Jovis immediately followed by the "Grotta del Corallo" and the "Grotta Bianca". The tour will continue sailing towards the Faraglioni Rocks, the Natural Arch of Capri and Villa Malaparte. The first part of the tour will end with a stop for a swim in Marina Piccola with a view of the Faraglioni, before a landing on the island for a stop of about 4 hours. On board we will provide you a packed lunch with vegetarian sandwich and beverages! The return journey is approximately 40 minutes, a free shuttle to the hotel will be waiting for you at the port.
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MerseysideTinkerbell wrote a review Feb 2020
Merseyside, United Kingdom3,466 contributions333 helpful votes
We saw signs for this as we were walking around Sorrento and it was down one of the little streets, it has quite a small entrance but there is quite a bit to see inside. You are not supposed to take photos so I do not have any but they had some lovely examples of inlaid wood and large pieces of furniture here too. The building itself is quite facinating as well.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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SeekerOfGoodValue wrote a review Oct 2019
Saint Louis, Missouri334 contributions97 helpful votes
Crafts seldom get they due. In this small museum they are beloved. The museum's owner/curator is himself an artist. He fell in love with marquetry (inlaid wood), collected representative pieces from past masters, and shows the influence of regions and artist as the art form evolved over time and across materials. He displays the tools and discusses techniques. All the while he mixes in maps and photographs of the evolution of Sorrento. In short, this sweet museum is a well-conceived, well- presented love letter to an art form he loves and the city that has adopted him. Very unique.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Susan D wrote a review Oct 2019
Lyndonville, New York44 contributions7 helpful votes
A Woodworker’s must see. Many examples of exquisite and creative marquetry. Not a huge place so you can easily see everything in an hour or two. The variety of pieces is astounding. Close to shopping and some lovely restaurants. This was a highlight of our Sorrento trip as we have both studied the art of marquetry.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Diane B wrote a review Oct 2019
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My friends & I we’re looking for something on a rainy day. Came upon this museum in a book & gave it a try. It’s wonderful! Such craftsmanship must be seen & appreciated in this age of digital everything. No lasers were used to cut the inlay. All by eye & hand. Beautiful - the building is a piece of art as well. Worth your time to visit & stroll through the 3+ floors.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Johnrowler wrote a review Sep 2019
Cheshire, United Kingdom26 contributions4 helpful votes
Lovely Museum situated in a stunning building, no doubt once a Palazzo. There is some truly beautiful examples of marquetry and artwork.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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