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10 tips for getting the most out of your trip to La Costiera

The best time to go to the Amalfi Coast is between May and early September. Lots of people ask me about going in Oct or during the winter and it’s important to know that the Amalfi Coast is a seasonal place. In the winter many of the hotels and restaurants close. The weather plays an important factor in your experience here so make sure you go between May and early September.

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The Highlights of the Amalfi Coast: Ravello, Capri and Positano

People ask me where would I go back to. The Amalfi Coast is a place I’d definitely return to. It is a magical place and now I know exactly where the best spots are. Here’s what I’d do and why…

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Updates from the Amalfi Coast: A Gourmet’s Guide to Southern Italy

I’m on a quest to try every lemon dish I find while I’m here. Lemons are everywhere here and I’m always interested to see what lemons can be paired with in dishes. For example, I never thought of doing ravioli with lemon. It turns out it is incredible. Of course, you cannot leave the Costiera without trying limoncello. Delicious! I found out today that the quality of limoncello can vary dramatically.

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Updates from the Amalfi Coast: Why I love Italy

My hotel, the Grand Hotel Tritone is perched high on a cliff between Positano and Praiano. It is one of the best hotels in the La Costiera for the views of the coastline. The one thing you’ll need to get used is going up and down stairs everywhere, ALL THE TIME. It’s a great workout, but unfortunately for me as a sad New Yorker I am so out of shape that after two days, my legs are now hurting like hell. There are several elevators, but being motivated by how great my legs could look if I take the stairs, I opt for them. Wow, and now I can hardly walk.

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Updates from the Amalfi Coast: A land of boats

Here in la Costiera there is a constant stream of these stunning boats going by. I sit in awe and like to imagine where they are going. Perhaps they are on their way over to Capri, up to Portofino or maybe down to the Greek Islands.

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