Europe Italy Travel : Naples, Amalfi Coast, Positano, Sorrento, Pompeii

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Hi Everyone, 🙂

Sanjeev and I are constantly on the move. And hence, with the constant change in temperature, I have also fallen ill. Falling sick has become a good luck kind of a thing during my trips. 😛 Finally I am feeling better now after almost 3 days of dilly-dallying. 😀

The good part. Sanjeev and I got to spend the last two days in Naples. It’s a beautiful little sea-side town. We stayed at a hotel called La Chileigina, which is located in the heart of the town. So walking around everywhere was really easy. We went to see the museum and spent a lazy evening eating and chit-chatting at a cafe.

Day 2 was super exciting. We headed to explore the beautiful little towns and coastline of the southern Italy – Sorrento, Amalfi, Positano. We made our first stop at the Amalfi caves. And then just kept soaking in the beauty of the gorgeous blue water, colourful houses, pretty flowers and little boats. It was soooo lovely. I have no words. 🙂

We made our way to Pompeii. It is an ancient city. Pompeii, along with Herculaneum and many villas in the surrounding area, was mostly destroyed and buried under 4 to 6 m (13 to 20 ft) of ash and pumice in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD.

We spent a lazy evening at the Naples coastline. Just letting the time go by… 🙂

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The Naples museum
The Naples museum
Yes, Augustus! : D
Yes, Augustus! : D

 

Why so serious? ; )
Why so serious? ; )
Have seen the strangest sculptures in Italy but this topped off everything else! : |
Have seen the strangest sculptures in Italy but this topped off everything else! : |
A painting built around 1787-1884 Tommaso De Vivo
A painting built around 1787-1884 Tommaso De Vivo
posing with someone! : P
posing with someone! : P
Italy has crazy amount of talent. There is no lack of inspiration wherever you see.
Italy has crazy amount of talent. There is no lack of inspiration wherever you see.
the mosaic art work!
the mosaic art work!
Ye tumhaari meri baatein hamesha yu hi chalti rahein ! : )
Ye tumhaari meri baatein hamesha yu hi chalti rahein ! : )
Money can't buy you happiness! : ) He was a homeless guy on the street with his dog.
Money can’t buy you happiness! : ) He was a homeless guy on the street with his dog.
Hello, pretty ladies!
Hello, pretty ladies!
the evening conversations
the evening conversations
One of the many incredible artists on the street.
One of the many incredible artists on the street.
the fist view of the coastline
the fist view of the coastline
But first let me take a selfie. ; )
But first let me take a selfie. ; )
my love outside the Amalfi caves!
my love outside the Amalfi caves!
blending with the crazy blue water
blending with the crazy blue water
the view from top!
the view from top!
Sorrento!
Sorrento!
Sorrento beauty!
Sorrento beauty!
positano!
positano!

 

Look where we are! : )
Look where we are! : )
Stepping into the gorgeous beauty of Sorrento!
Stepping into the gorgeous beauty of Sorrento!
Pretty houses at Amalfi coast
Pretty houses at Positano
street shopping before heading to the beach
street shopping in Amalfi before heading to the beach
the busy amalfi coast
the busy amalfi coast
blueee!!
blueee!!
The city of Pompeii was an ancient Roman town-city near modern Naples in the Italian region of Campania, in the territory of the comune of Pompei. Pompeii, along with Herculaneum and many villas in the surrounding area, was mostly destroyed and buried under 4 to 6 m (13 to 20 ft) of ash and pumice in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. - Wiki!
The city of Pompeii was an ancient Roman town-city near modern Naples in the Italian region of Campania, in the territory of the comune of Pompei. Pompeii, along with Herculaneum and many villas in the surrounding area, was mostly destroyed and buried under 4 to 6 m (13 to 20 ft) of ash and pumice in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. – Wiki!
Experiencing Pompeii. It is popular tourist destination for over 250 years. : o
Experiencing Pompeii. It is popular tourist destination for over 250 years. : o
A gallery at Naples!
A gallery at Naples!
Spent our evening by this beautiful coast in Naples!
Spent our evening by this beautiful coast in Naples!

Outfit Details :
Top : 11.11 Cell Design
Dhoti Pants : Anokhi
Jewellery : Random
Bag : Chanel Boy
Sunglasses : Ray Ban
Maxi Dress : Zara

More posts from our Europe Travel

European Summers : Rome
Rome : Day 2
Florence, Italy Photo Diary
The Dreamy, Poetic, Magical Venice
Paris – Milan
Disneyland (Paris) – Happiest Place on Earth!

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25 Responses to Europe Italy Travel : Naples, Amalfi Coast, Positano, Sorrento, Pompeii

  1. jomol says:

    Lapping up the pictures Rati/Sanjeevji….every pic has been captured so beautifully. These posts are beautifully put together, I am in awe! Rati, you and the sea – gorgeous!!!!! Sanjeevji – hats off!

    Postiano and the blue sea wala town – how lucky the people are who are living amid such beauty!

  2. JUHI says:

    Wow… beautiful place

  3. Priya says:

    Rati ji you look awesome! and the place is to die for! pic of you and Sanjeev ji talking is oh so sweet! The best one from the bunch

  4. Ritika says:

    You look so gorgeous in that dress Rati 😀 Love the first pic. And the “yeh tumhari meri baatein” moment pic is the cutest ever. What a beautiful city! 🙂

  5. Abhilasha says:

    What a STUNNNNNNNNNNNNINNNG post Rati…ur looking fantastic and I hope you are feeling absolutely fit and fab too. Its lovely travelling the world with u guys. Have a blast you guys…create memories for a lifetime 🙂
    loads of love

  6. Aditi says:

    You are a total stunner Rati, loved the post, and all the pictures are super awesome. Take care of yourself and have a great time. Keep the posts coming. 🙂

    xo, Aditi

  7. sindhu says:

    Wow!! i’m spell bound! in love with the blue maxi dress. it’s so awesome. Ur looking super-gorgeous rati <3

  8. saee says:

    Beautiful, you, the scenery and the love you both share

  9. Bhumika says:

    This was beautiful ! Loved every pic..and u look ethereal in that maxi. Fab clicks by Sanjeev.

  10. Monika Bhadauria says:

    Wow!! U look insanely gorgeous!!!!! And the place is just superb!!!

  11. Manasi says:

    Your Top over the salwar look way too pretty! Loved the dress in totality! Amazing pictures dear!
    Kisses <3 <3

  12. Poulami says:

    U look gorgeous Rati… The maxi dress looks fabulous. Amazing pictures!!

  13. shweta a says:

    OMG!….amazing beautiful awesome fab breathtaking…both u and napels:)
    I wish to pack my bag and just sit on the beach, gaze at sky and let the world go by:)
    Sanjeevji makes it look even better. Bow to his photography skills:)
    Dhoti pants 🙂 🙂 Wow….:) 🙂
    Take care Rati:) and keep posting on instagram:)

  14. Rashmi says:

    Breathtaking pictures….such a beauty of Mother nature, thank you Rati for sharing pics with us. Both of you look cute. Enjoy and eagerly waiting your hauls he he he 😉 🙂

  15. Parminder says:

    every thing and every picture is so beautiful…..beyond words…enjoy….Sanjeev is an awesome photographer…

  16. Shreya says:

    Really awesome pictures. .. after seeing all these beautiful pics I’m sure that my next trip will be Italy…. also loved both your outfits …. you look super gorgeous

  17. Tara says:

    Lovely pics….and what an amazing blue, totally breathtaking!

  18. calicoaster says:

    Such gorgeous pics Rati. …..I am speechless. ….. 🙂

  19. Zahra says:

    Such beautiful pictures! Love your outfits 🙂 Makes me want to go check out Italy again!

  20. Mitali Harmalkar says:

    Beautiful post yet again Rati di.. Loved both of your outfits as well.. His gorgeous was everything there..sigh..

  21. Renji Anooj says:

    loving all the posts Rati 🙂 Your posts make me feel that I should also travel around the world some day! love your maxi dress here 🙂 you are looking gorgeous as always!

  22. Sukanya says:

    Hi Rati/Sanjeev,
    We are planning a trip to Italy soon. This particular part of Italy ( Pompeii, Sorrento, Naples etc), how did u travel between these places? Looks like car is the best option? I suppose trains do not go directly there? This is what I understood from google maps :D. Will be great if u can give some idea 🙂

    • Sanjeev says:

      Hi Sukanya,

      There’d certainly be trains. But we were staying in Naples and had only a day to cover Pompeii, Sorrento and Positano so we took a car to save time. If you have time, you can travel by trains also. Check rome2rio for cost and time taken etc. 🙂

  23. sahi says:

    how did you do a day trip through amalfi and positano?
    did u take a tour or a car or a cruise trip?

  24. Akanksha says:

    Rati u r sooo lucky to visit these awesum places…n u look stunning…as gorgeous as ever…hope i would also go sumday..

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