(from our book)
With its whitewashed stone buildings and tiny car-free streets, Capri town evokes a film set. Central to the action is ‘Piazza Umberto I’ (aka the Piazzetta), the showy, open-air salon where tanned tourists pay eye-watering prices to sip at one of the four square-side cafes.
-it really is a beautiful place. Here’s some pictures from our day.
Leaving Positano behind-
Passing by Li Galli-
Capri town around the corner-
The taxi ride up from the ferries-
Around the Piazza-