Seriously, bravo to anyone who has driven the Amalfi Coast. That place is no easy drive and from the reviews I’ve read online, so many people have expressed the same sentiment. I felt really horrible since I wasn’t the best driver in the world and I had a difficult time driving Amalfi Coast, only to realise that even people like an ex military pilot expressed their trouble when driving that route.
This post will allow me to share my tips and strategies that I’ve learned after my recent trip to Naples, Amalfi Coast and Milan.
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Pretty Positano and Plain Praiano, welcome to Amalfi Coast. We stayed in Praiano, thinking that it’d be easy to drive to places like Positano and Amalfi. Situated centrally between the two areas, it turns out that even during an off season, going to either of these places can take 30-40 minutes despite a 13km drive due to the beginning of difficult roads to drive on, which will have its own special post as well.
That said, we did stay at Praiano, and perhaps it was the weather or the insufficient amount of time, so it’s pretty unfair for me to say how good Praiano was. But given the number of things to do and my surroundings, I would say that Praiano is great to live residentially and away from all the touristy buzz in Amalfi and Positano, and it’s cheaper. That said, it has its cons as well which I will discuss below. We will first discuss Praiano and then Positano.
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