Cruising along Italian west coast
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Europe8 days / July - August - September 2016
Highs & Lows
A night well spent on the beaches of Calambrone (ITALY)
Paid beaches in Italy
In my time in Europe the only thing which I had planned was to explore Amalfi coast in Italy and it all started with a bang on the train to Genoa
Genoa - In quest of Amalfi I boarded a train from Milan to Genoa a small port city on the north west Italian coast for 9 Euros however while gazing the ever most beautiful Italian country side I encountered a fellow German traveler Samira who apparently hitchhiked till Milan and was on the same quest as I was. We clicked instantly and decided to travel together
Sestri Levante - Sestri Levante is a town and comune in Liguria, Italy. Lying on the Mediterranean Sea, it is approximately 56 km south of Genoa and is set on a promontory and it was pure beauty one has to see themselves to realize how pristine it is however to get there is as easy as walking on the cake you can find trains, buses and can even hitchhike.
Calambrone - Calambrone is a village in Tuscany, central Italy, administratively a frazione of the comune of Pisa, province of Pisa. Calambrone is about 25 km from the city of Pisa. You can easily find local buses to Calambrone from Pisa.
Naples - The journey to naples from colambrone was interesting as me and Samira decided to hitchhike till Naples which is also the gateway to Amalfi or the point from where Amalfi starts.
Q & A
What would you have changed?
Anything go wrong during the trip?
Didnt knew had to pay to be on the beach
What tips would you give a friend?
Tuscany must visit
TRAVEL light if you plan to hitchhike
trains and buses
Travel buddy was a big surprise