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Piazza Umberto I, Capri
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
The most famous square on the island of Capri, Piazza Umberto I has been the meeting point and center of town since Roman times. The focal point remains the 18th-century church tower, whose image often stands as a symbol for the island. Host to fish and produce markets in the early 1900s, the square is now filled with a wide array of cafes and restaurants. Settle at an outdoor table to watch the people come and go, or if you stay late enough, catch the sun setting over the sea. From here you can take the funicular back down to the marina. Put Piazza Umberto I on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Capri itinerary maker.
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il massimo della concentrazione turistica, pieno di gente di tutte le nazioni si gode dalla piazza antistante una vista stupenda su Marina Grande cin un tramonto favoloso ed un rilassamento vacanziero... read more »the utmost tourist concentration, packed with people of all Nations from the square in front of a wonderful view over Marina Grande cin a fabulous sunset and a relaxing holiday to try. sit at the tables would be a stage but attention to costs that are higher than usual.show original
There is more to do in anacapri than capri, the numbers of people are suffocating, fine if you like shopping I suppose. Go to say you've been, either up to anacapri or on the way back. Funicular is co... read more »
Nice if your out on a Saturday night to sit at the outdoor cafes and enjoy a cappuccino or glass of wine while they have free live music.
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