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The must-see attraction on Capri is the magical Blue Grotto, where visitors take a boat ride through a natural cavern that is filled with an ethereal and eerie light reflecting on the (very blue) water.
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My boyfriend and I were in Capri for few days, we decided to rent a boat and sail around the island on one day, and the other one we did the blue grotto visit! Few times we thought about giving up when queuing but believe...More
We were lucky enough to have had a private guide take us there, and we made sure to get to Capri on an early ferry, then sped off to the Blue Grotto and got in the queue before it got too long. It was worth...More
How can this outrageous scam be allowed to happen. If it was in the UK it would shut down in minutes. It’s like a scene from the Titanic. Surely there must be some European health and safety law which is being broken. Huge amount of...More
The blue grotto is stunning but the queues can be quite long. We arrived around 10.15am and queued until 11am and were told that was a short time. It costs €14 per person and you pay at a little boat in the sea when you...More
The cave itself was great... The process by land in was inefficient at best. And not cheap for 10 minutes of ride . in some aspects it was interesting with the Italian boat guys all yelling at each other, etc..... but in reality could be...More
We did one of the tours around the island seeing the grottos. The boat also took you to the blue grotto where as others have suggested you sit bobbing around in a little cove. We had to wait for an hour by which time my...More
We have been to Capri a couple of times, and always enjoy it! Quaint shops and town squares that you are welcome to stroll along. Fantastic places to enjoy lunch, and views that are truly hard to beat! A boat tour around the island is...More
An absolutely beautiful attraction and a very interesting way to "enter" it. It's truly a must do for Capri but if you are not with the right "guide", i believe your wait for your entrance could be quite lengthy. If you approach the Blue Grotto...More
We visited the grotto early and were pleased we had - by the time we left the area the queue was building up and there were so many tourist boats waiting to board rowing boats too.
The grotto itself is very cool and I’m glad...More
The cost of ferry from Sorrento to Capri is about 15-24 Euro each way, depending on the ferry you take. Chair lift was not too expensive, I don't remember the cost. It is beautiful on Capri Island. I would highly recommend... More
The cost of ferry from Sorrento to Capri is about 15-24 Euro each way, depending on the ferry you take. Chair lift was not too expensive, I don't remember the cost. It is beautiful on Capri Island. I would highly recommend staying one night and enjoying all island has to offer. Grotto, is additional too much price for just a check off.
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We took a day trip ferry from Sorrento to Capri. Having landed in Capri, we found the Grotta Azzurra kiosk and paid 25 euros each and were told to queue up for the motor launch/water taxi - an open-topped boat. There are... More
We took a day trip ferry from Sorrento to Capri. Having landed in Capri, we found the Grotta Azzurra kiosk and paid 25 euros each and were told to queue up for the motor launch/water taxi - an open-topped boat. There are hard bench seats around the perimeter to seat about 20 passengers. Once we got outside the cave, we had to transfer over the side into the little rowing boats. Each oarsman expects a 20 euro tip at the end of the cave jaunt before you clamber back onto the launch. From purchasing the ticket to returning to the marina took about an hour. If you have more time you can also purchase tickets to go right around the island [but I don't know the cost].