NG City Guides: Amalfi Coast pt1 Capri

October 26, 2016

“You may have the universe if i have Italy” Giuseppe Verde once said and i completely agree. Italy will always be my favorite place in the world. I love the culture, the food, the vibe. There is so much beauty and so much to see.

Summer of 2015 we decided to visit the Amalfi coast with a 3 day stop in Rome on our way there. So here is a mini journal/guide to our favorite places to stay, eat and explore the cities.


Stay: Casa Morgano

Casa Morgano was recommended to us by some friends and it really did not disappoint. The location is steps away from the Piazzatta (which the downtown area full of all the cafes, bars and shops) but strategically placed so that it’s still quiet enough when you want to rest and sleep. The boutique hotel is super clean and the staff are beyond helpful in helping us with reservations and recommendations and basically anything we wanted. The room itself is huge and extremely airy with breathtaking views of Capri.

The gorgeous terrace of our Casa Morgano room wearing Vintage skirt, Reformation top , Fendi sunglasses and Les Petits Joueurs bag

Breakfast with this view

 See: Piazzetta, La Fontelina, Grotta Azzurra , Grotta Verde

Bar Tiberio on the Piazzetta

Do as the Romans…

La Fontelina

La Fontelina



Exploring the Blue Grotto and Green Grotto in my favorite Kiini Bikini

Beautiful Rainbow over Ana Capri

Eat: Il Riccio, Da Paulino, Aurora

Il Riccio: At the bar while waiting for our table

Devouring the oysters at Il Riccio

The Temptation room at Il Riccio, AKA dessert heaven!

Da Paulino, seated amidst the lemon trees

Best food in Capri at Da Paulino

After a beautiful dinner at Aurora, the place to see and be seen in Capri


Carthusia: A small heaven of scents that truly captures the Capri in a bottle.


Also make like the numerous celebrities and get your custom made sandals while standing in the numerous shoe stores around Piazzetta and Ana Capri. The most popular two are Canfora Capri (Jackie O’s Fav) and L’arte del Sandelo Caprese (Locals call it by the name of Antonio Viva who is the owner) which is one of the oldest in Capri


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