It’s official. Spring has arrived in Amalfi! After a long and quiet winter, the tourist buses have arrived, bringing with them the beginning of another busy season. Today many of the top hotels along the Amalfi Coast, from the San Pietro in Positano to the Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi, are opening their doors again. While the season is getting off to a slow start this year, this row of buses all neatly lined up was a good sign that it will pick up in April. A lot of people in Amalfi and along the coastline depend on tourism for their living, so here’s hoping it will be a great spring!
Wish I was there!!!
Ciao Cindy! Thanks for stopping by and for your comment. Amalfi is here waiting for you! 🙂
Addio tranquillità, right?
Spring is here too, and I’m so happy! I’d really had enough of winter. Planning a trip in your neck of the wodds soon…
Ciao Eleonora! Sì … addio tranguillità … but it is also nice to see the season starting. So many people here, including us, survive on tourism, so I’ll be the last one to complain. 🙂 Great news …… would LOVE to meet you in person! Keep me posted on your plans. 🙂
LindyLouMac in Italy says
If only tourists were able to reach Amalfi without their ugly buses. 🙂
I think by boat is the most scenic way to arrive! But that limits the times of year one can visit since the boat service doesn’t run very long. It should be starting up in a couple of weeks though. I’m looking forward to taking the ferry to Positano to see the wisteria blooming! 🙂