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Corso Italia, Sorrento

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Historic Walking Area Landmark
Corso Italia runs through the heart of Sorrento and provides a center for tourist activity there. If you’re a shopper looking to avoid chain stories, you’ve found the right place. The stores sell everything from cheap souvenirs to designer clothes. Also a great place to stop for a glass of prosecco and people watching, this area offers a plethora of bars and restaurants. The locals emerge for an evening stroll when the street closes to traffic. You may even catch live music or see dancers on this street. Plan your visit to Corso Italia and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Sorrento trip builder.
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Sorrento's seaside hotels offer an ideal base for exploring the Amalfi Coast and the nearby archeological sites. Staying right on the water's edge also means being mere minute from the historical town center, popular beaches, and Sorrento's famous harbor. For a quieter experience just a little farther away from the sea, book your stay at a private hostel or B&B. Many family-run inns in the residential neighborhoods offer access to private swimming pools and manicured yards, with secure parking.
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  • Great place to start a stroll around Sorrento. This street is the main shopping street, the little side streets of it are more interesting, lots of little boutiques, and places to buy the famous Limon...  more »
  • Lots of stores, lots of lemon products, side streets are very fun. I bought a beautiful scarf for 5e!! Down the main street, toward the train station, there is a grocery store (DECO) that's fun to bro...  more »
  • This is the main thoroughfare through Sorrento and is thus very busy. As they say in Italy, pedestrian crossings and traffic lights are 'merely a suggestion!' Some designer shops. Preferred to use qui...  more »