Earlier this month I had the pleasure of meeting Jessica, the the extremely knowledgeable Italy expert from WhyGo Italy. She popped down to Naples during her recent trip to Italy, and we spent part of a very lovely day exploring the streets of Sorrento and enjoying lunch together. We chatted while walking up and down the lively streets, admiring the local Italian male fashion statements, the beautiful fruit stands, and the quiet streets. The day certainly went far too quickly for me!

3607949224_47a679e409 Sorrento street musicians – Photo by Jessica at WhyGo Italy

If you haven’t already discovered this great Italy website, be sure to head over to WhyGo Italy and peruse Jessica’s informative and fun articles and travel guides. For those of you planning a first trip to Naples, or anyone who loves the city, don’t miss Jessica’s recent articles on her trip to Naples, including:

2 Reasons I Liked Naples Instantly

How I Fell in Love with Naples

Things to Do in Naples

Weird & Wonderful Naples

How to Get from Naples to Sorrento

naples2 by  Jessica at WhyGo Italy Street in Naples – Photo by Jessica at WhyGo Italy

The photos in this post are all by Jessica, and as you can see she is a fabulous photographer with a great eye for catching very Italian moments of life. Be sure to check out the photo albums online while you are exploring WhyGo Italy. If you need an excuse for why to go to Italy, Jessica’s writing and beautiful photos will have you searching for plane tickets ASAP!

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  • Wanderlust Woman

    Jessica's WhyGoItaly was one of the first Italian blogs I found. I enjoy her posts and where did you find those street musicians in Sorrento? That particular side street off the Piazza Tasso always has una sorpresa or due! And that stall behind the musicians has some great jewelry buys!

    June 28, 2009
  • Laura

    Ciao Lisa! Those dishy musicians were just outside the Sedile Dominova. I will stop and take a look at the jewelry display next time I pass by. Thanks for the tip!

    June 30, 2009

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