There are rumours that Naomi Campbell will soon marry multimillionaire Vladislav Dorinin at the Royal Palace of Caserta. Nowadays rumours flash around the world in a sec, but more often than not they seem to have not a grain of truth in them, so the only thing we know for sure is that the former model will soon arrive in Italy on the yacht Lady in Blue and then go on a cruise through the Mediterranean stopping off at Capri, Amalfi and Positano.
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The beauty of Positano has cast its spell on Fiona Swarovsky; the famous heiress fell in love with this beautiful town on the Amalfi coast years ago, so now whenever she can she spends a few days of rest in the area with her friends, devoting herself to luxury shopping and the contemplation of the breathtaking beauty of the landscape!
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Jessica Simpson is spending a few days of rest on the beautiful island of Capri. The popular singer arrived on the island with her new boyfriend Eric Johnson; the two then celebrated Jessica Simpson ‘s 30th birthday eating tons of spaghetti in one of the most fashionable restaurants in Capri! Hey Jessica, watch out for carbs!
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The island of Capri has always attracted the rich and famous and this is thanks to the beauty of its landscape and sea which has no parallel in the whole world. Located at Anacapri, the Capri Palace Hotel is one of the most luxury and beautiful hotels on the island; with its majestic columns and archways, the hotel was modelled on the aristocratic palazzos in Naples, so to be there is a bit like travelling through time. The rooms are all richly decorated and feature exquisite works of art inspired by the greatest artists of the 20th century such as Mondrian Kandinsky and Calder. For more information please click here.
With its blue-green sea and astonishing landscape, the island of Capri off the coast of Naples is an enchanting corner of paradise; the sight of it from the approaching boat will set your blood tingling and heart throbbing, just as if you were about to fall in love with a beautiful and exotic stranger. On the island, the five-star hotel Caesar Augustus offers guests luxury accommodation and facilities which, I’m sure, will take your breath away. All suites are elegantly furnished and overlook the scintillating vista of the sea. One of these suites has been named after King Farouk of Egypt who in the 1960s stayed at the hotel for months on end enjoying the famous dolce vita (back then the island of Capri was a favourite haunt of movie stars and jet-setters).
Surrounded by an amazing tropical garden, the hotel has more than 55 rooms and all are equipped with every amenity one would expect from a hotel of this class!
Summer is ebbing away, but such international celebrities as American singer Tina Turner and English actor Pierce Brosnan are still enjoying their summer holidays in the south of Italy; Ms Turner’s luxury yacht has been spotted off the coast of Positano, Amalfi and the island of Capri, while the British actor with his wife has been seen dining at Donna Rossa in Montepertuso. Nowadays stars flock to Italian resorts like bees to a honey pot!
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The beauty of Capri and the nearby towns like Amalfi has always attracted the glitterati (especially in the summer)so it goes without saying that this summer the paparazzi have a lot of work to do following stars and celebrities around; from Isabella Rossellini who is an habitué ( the famous Italian actress used to pass her summer holidays here as a child) to Princess Micheal whose arrival on the island aroused curiosity and admiration! Actually the two celebs have been spotted on a luxury yacht and at a five star hotel! I don’t know why but all this reminds me of a famous Abba song: Money money money must be funny in the rich man’s world!
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If you are in the mood for a luxury holiday, you can’t afford to miss the offer by the hotel Marina on the island of Capri; the six-star hotel, a favourite with socialites and big shots, has plenty to offer. The prices are of course on the steep side; a week for two in a Superior double room will cost you 400 euros per night, while the three-pool suit will be far more expensive (be ready to be set back 1.100 euros per night). The hotel Marina has a state of the art spa which opens onto the garden and overlooks the crystal blue sea, a first rate restaurant and beautiful rooms in which the greats of the 20th century sojourned. For more information click here
This is a must read for anyone wanting to avoid the traffic along the Amalfi Coast, while still travelling to Positano. Touring the Amalfi Coast is now much easier with the Metrò Del Mare, whose services have been developed further recently. The network now covers the entire Naples Gulf and that of Salerno, taking in the major towns along the way.
From the map above you can see the extensive network with stops including Capri, Sorrento, Positano, Cilento, Salerno and others. Some day and weekend tickets are available, meaning we can all enjoy the Amalfi Coast without sitting in traffic or desperately trying to find a parking space.
Reaching the two port destinations of Mergellina and Beverello from Naples, it’s better to take public transport, given the distance from the station. Molo Manfredi in Salerno, however, is close to the train station and can be reached on foot. See the Amalfi Coast metro site for more details, including timetables.
Touring Campania from Naples to the Amalfi Coast, might seem like a romantic trip, but not if you’re travelling on the Circumvesuviana Campania train line. While it passes some of Italy’s most beautiful landscapes, with views to take your breath away, you need some patience to get you through the trip as well.
With stinking trains that break down or run late, and often not the most ideal of fellow travelling companions, it is hardly the grand tour of Campania that you might think.
Which is why violinist Pasquale Nocerino and actora Gaia Bassi and Davide Sacco decided to provide some entertainment to the tiring passengers, in the form of street art and cultural meets. Reciting Italian literature from Campania writers, reports state that more than 5,000 book copies from the readings have been sold.