Between strolling around the piazza, shopping on the ultra chic Via Camerelle, hiking up the natural cliffs, or dipping into the crystal blue sea, there is plenty to do on the island of Capri. For those looking for a more relaxing pace, and want to spend the day lounging in style, head to one of Capri’s ‘lido’ or beach clubs.
I am in Italy, and I thought you might find it interesting to know what one does when one has already visited all of these areas not once, not twice but ”tante volte” or many times. Here is a glimpse of The Italian Concierge’s itinerary.
In November 2017, a new foodie exposition area opened up outside of the northern Italian city of Bologna. In just a short taxi ride from the city center, you can spend the day learning about and tasting Italian food products, see the production process, and imbibe. For those arriving via mass transit, there is a shuttle from the Bologna airport and train station, running every 30 minutes.
Often overlooked for the more ritzier areas of Taormina or Siracusa, The Val di Noto offers an authentic Sicilian experience and sits within arms-reach of the Baroque towns of Modica, Ragusa, Ispica, and Siracusa.