Top 3 Best restaurants in Positano Italy with a view

Best restaurants in Positano Italy with a view

We have selected for you the top 3 best restaurants in Positano Italy with a view. Here our result:

  1. Il Tridente
  2. La Sponda
  3. La Tagliata

Top 3 Best restaurants in Positano Italy with a view

Il Tridente

Il Tridente is an excellent restaurant because it has a great view it has open spaces, the bar is nice and every dishes we tasted ware amazing.

Top 3 Best restaurants in Positano Italy with a view
Top 3 Best restaurants in Positano Italy with a view

It is an elegant restaurant with a nice view, good food and it is not too expensive. The staff is very friendly but at the same time professional.

For the food we all appreciated the appetizer offert by the restaurant: fiori di zucca in pastella. It was very delicious. We also appreciated the ravioli because they had a very good combinations of ingredients: pesto, tomato and mozzarella di bufala was a great combination.

The pasta linguine with the lobster was very good. The linguine were amazing because the taste was excellent and also the portion was big. Also the lobster had a good size in the pasta for the price.

Everybody of us also appreciated the dessert delizia al limone because it was super creamy, sweet and just the right amount of lemon.

The atmosphere is perfect because you have an elegant restaurant, with a special view on Positano, a good service, the people in the restaurant are friendly and furthermore there is also the music that makes your experience to the Tridente restaurant more special.

La Sponda

Eating in this restaurant is a really nice experince especially if you’re not on a budget because this restaurant is very expensive. La Sponda is very elegant and the menus offers a different taste and not simple dishes.

Top 3 Best restaurants in Positano Italy with a view
Top 3 Best restaurants in Positano Italy with a view: La Sponda.

The atmosphere is the best among all the restaurants in Positano. There were the mandolins and 2 mans normally play and sing tipical italian songs and other famous song such like the Godfather. They also come next to your table and they make you feel very special. Furthermore the view is amazing.

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It is not a good place for kids because the menu doesn’t contain tipical food and the taste of this dishes maybe results a little strange if you’re not used to eat it and you are used to eat simple food.

We could insert the Sponda to the very top of our list but it is very expensive and it not for everybody.

La Tagliata

The Tagliata is very good, they give you huge portions and so you get a good value for your money. The quality of the food is good, they don’t give you fancy food but it’s homemade food, rustic.

The view of the Tagliata is excellent. If you go for the sunset you have an amazing view especially if you ask for a table close to the window in order to sit near the balcony because the view in the inside isn’t as good.

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Top 3 Best restaurants in Positano Italy with a view

It’s a good place especially for families becaouse it isn’t super fancy. You don’t need to dress up and it also convinient because they bring you up with the shuttle and they bring you to the restaurant. In this way you don’t need to warry about the drive because it’s not so easy to get here by car because in this area they are quite crazy drivers. ;).

Best restaurants in Positano Italy without a view

There are other very good restaurants in Positano but that they don’t have a view. Here you can find the list of the restaurants in Positano we have selected for you.

  • La Taverna del Leone
  • Il Saraceno
  • Da Vincenzo

Da Vincenzo

It’s a very good restaurant. The panzerotti they have are very good because they are cruncy. The ravioli with scamorza, pomodori and melanzane were very appraciated in our table. Shrimp tempura was very good. The tempura was light but crunchy and they give you big shrimps.

The best dessert in this restaurnat we have tasted is the cheesecake with berries.

This restaurnat offers a very good value for the price. They have very good food, the restaurant is nice and is located in Positano. You don’t need any transportation to get here if you stay in Positano.

Da Vincenzo you don’t have the view but you can see amazing view soon after you are out odf the restaurant.

Il Saraceno

It’s a good restaurant especially for the pizza. The pizza is very good for good price in Positano. It’s a place where you can go with your family and a place where you can eat good italian pizza.

The pizza is excellent and it has the good quantity of toppings in the middle and the crost wasn’t too big. For example one of our pizzas had good tomatos, bufala and mozzarella. The crost was also cooked perfectly.

The location isn’t special because there is no view it is a easy place for a pizza. It’s a place where you can go with your children. About the service the waiters are sometimes pushy but also friendly.

La Taverna del Leone

It’s not in the center of Positano but you don’t have problem to get to the restaurant because they have a shuttle service. The restaurant is along the main road and you dont have any view.

For the amount of food and the quality the price is reasonable. They have scallops with the bacon that are very good. We also liked the cheesecake but what the best dessert was the croccante con torroncino: very delicious!

We appreciate the service because it wasn’t super professional but they were very reasonable to adapt the tasting menu to our needs. Infact in this restaurant you can choose a tasting menu of 5 dishes.

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Coast of Amalfi: 5 best things to do in Amalfi Coast

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Coast of Amalfi: 5 best things to do in Amalfi Coast.

  1. Visit Positano (read the post: Positano Italy – Things to do in Positano)
  2. Visit Capri
  3. Visit Amalfi and Amalfi Villas in Ravello (villa Rufolo and Villa Cimbrone)
  4. Visit Pompeii and Herculaneum (read the post: How long should I spend in Pompeii? How long does it take to visit Pompeii?)
  5. Visit the Path of the Gods

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What is the best time to visit Amalfi Coast?

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What is the best time to visit Amalfi Coast? – The Amalfi Coast is beautiful and I’m sure you want that your trip to Amalfi Coast is very special. That maybe the reason yhy you’re asking the following question: What is the best time to visit Amalfi Coast? In this post we’ll give you the answer.

What is the best time to visit Amalfi Coast?

What is the best time to visit Amalfi Coast? If you can choose when to visit the Amalfi Coast you should go from May to June. This is the time when spring explodes in a profusion of smells and colors and in especially in June the sun is warm enough to enjoy the sea.

What is the best month to visit the Amalfi Coast?

May is the best month for a trip to the Amalfi Coast: perfect temperatures, bright colors and it isn’t too crowded.

Sorrento is very closed to Pompeii. You can arrive in Pompeii in only half an hour by train. Spring is a very good time also to visit Pompeii. In Spring it’s warm but not too hot and you can spend all the day in the ruins without particular problems.

Is August a good time to visit the Amalfi Coast?

It can be but before deciding you should understand how is the Amalfi Coast in Summer. In July and August in fact the Amalfi Coast is very crowded and the weather is very hot. These aren’t the best month for the Amalfi Coast especially if you want to include places such as Herculaneum or Pompeii to your trip. Pompeii needs a full day and it’s very exhausting when it’s too hot.

Anyway there are also good advantages. It’s a very good time to swim. Than public transportation times are extended. In this way you have more time to visit places.

You can see the following example. If you go by boat to Amalfi for a day trip from Positano you have to come back at 6 pm in June but after July you can come back later at 9:30 pm. In fact in the website that ride will be available in summer.

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What is the best time to visit Amalfi Coast? Summer Advantages

Also for Capri there are more ferry boat times available. You can arrive to Capri early and take the best advantage of the full day.

Is October a good time to visit the Amalfi Coast?

Yes it is! The weather is warm and it isn’t too crowded. In October there are still sunny days. There are still boat services available such as the one from Amalfi to the Emerald Grotto or Grotta dello Smeraldo.

You can see a few pictures I took at the end of October.

In october you can dress with only a light jacket and sometime is warm and a T-shirt is enough.

October is also a good month to visit Pompeii and Herculaneum.

Can you swim in Amalfi in October?

You normally can’t swim … but the last few years October was warmer than normal…

The Amalfi Coast in winter

The winter isn’t the best time to visit Amalfi Coast. As we’ve already explained in the post “Amalfi Coast Towns” the touristic season finishes at the first weekend of November. The result is that after this weekend many hotels and restaurants are closed.

If you visit the Amalfi Coast in winter it’s better you stay in Sorrento. It’s one of the biggest Amalfi Coast towns and it’s the town less affected by the touristic seasons. In this way you can have all the services you need and If you want visit the other town during the day.

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Sirmione Italy in on the Lake Garda and it is really an amazing town. What can you do in Sirmione? Let’s see togheter!

Sirmione things to do

In Sirmione you can:

  1. Visit the center of the town where there are many nice shops
  2. Walk along the Lake
  3. Visit the beautiful castle
  4. Enjoy the food and especially one of the enormous ice cream!

Sirmione Italy in Winter

Sirmione can surprise you in every season. Sirmione in winter it really worthy to be visited. You should stay in Sirmione till the night when the castle get magically illuminated. Watch the video! Have you already Subscribed to our YouTube Channel?

Sirmione Castle

We are in Sirmione Italy Lake Garda. One of the most beautiful things you can visit here is the Sirmione castle. Sirmione Castle dates back to the second half of the 1300. Sirmione Castle is not only interesting for its history, on the contrary! Sirmione castle is very beautiful because you can go up to its highest tower and have a magnificent view of Lake Garda and Sirmione from above.

Sirmione Ice Cream

In Italy there are many places where you can have a good ice cream. In Sirmione is not only good but also enormous!

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Peschiera del Garda Italy – Peschiera del Garda is in the south part of the Lake Garda not far from Verona and Sirmione del Garda. In fact it is located 25 km west of Verona and it’s a very good day trip from Verona. Peschiera is at the foot of the moraine hills, where the waters of Lake Garda flow into the Mincio.

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The city has completely surrounded by canals and the historic center is closed by walls that have changed the natural course of the rivers.

You can easily get to Peschiera del Garda directly by train and it’s well connected to Milan and Venice.

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Sardinia Italy – Sardinia is a paradise. It’s really a beatiful place for its culture, food but in a special way for its sea. In Sardinia there are many of the best Italian beaches. Sand, clear water and a lot of fishes are the characteristics of most of the best beaches in Sardinia Italy.

Best beaches in Sardinia Italy

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Best beaches in Sardinia

The best beaches in Sardinia are:

North

  1. Stintino La Pelosa
  2. Cala Corsara Isola di Spargi (Maddalena)
  3. Cala Thaiti Isola di Caprera
  4. Rena Bianca Beach Santa Teresa di Gallura
  5. Santa Maria Beach Isola di Santa Maria (Maddalena)

Est

  1. Cala Mariolu (Orosei)
  2. Cala Luna (Orosei)
  3. La Cinta San Teodoro

South

  1. Punta Molentis
  2. Tuerredda Beach
  3. Chia

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West

  1. Is Arutas Beach Cabras (OR)

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Who destroyed the Parthenon? Who sadly bombed it?

Who destroyed the Parthenon

Who destroyed the Parthenon? – When you visit the Parthenon for the first time you may feel disappointed because it doesn’t be well preserved. This is especially true if you don’t know all the things that has happend to the Parthenon.

The temple has endured many vicissitudes. Not only the time has ruined the Parthenon but also some people, in the course of history, did their part in taking off works of art from the Parthenon. Furthermore it was also bombed! Who destroyed the Parthenon? Who bombed it?

Who destroyed the Parthenon?

The First destruction: the fire

The first major destruction occured in 267 AD due to arson. In the late 3rd or late 4th cent A.D., the interior of the temple was destroyed by fire either by Germanic tribe of the Heruli (267 A.D.) or by Alaric’s Visigoths (396 A.D.)

The early Christian period

During the early Christian period (6th cent A.D.), the new perceptions on art led the destruction of many works of art around Greece. This included many of Parthenon’s sculptures.

The Parthenon became the church of the Holy Virgin of Athens, the largest in the city. During the construction of the Christian apse at the east porch, the central scene of the east pediment with the birth of Athena was lost. After 1205, it felt into hands of the Franks of the 4th Crusade, becoming a church of the Latin faith.

The Parthenon becomes a Minaret

When Athens was surrendered to the Ottoman Turks in 1458, the temple became a mosque with a minaret.

In 1687, during the siege of the Acropolis by the troops of Venetian general Francesco Morosini a cannoball made a direct hit in the interior of the temple, which the Turks used as powder magazine. The terrible explosion blew up the roof and destroyed the long sides of the temple as well as parts of its sculptures.

1456 The Ottomans conquer Athens. The site of the Acropolis is used for habitation while the Parthenon is converted in a mosque.

Who bombed it?

Who destroyed the Parthenon? In 1687, during the siege of the Acropolis by the troops of Venetian general Francesco Morosini a cannoball made a direct hit in the interior of the temple, which the Turks used as powder magazine. The terrible explosion blew up the roof ond destroyed the long sides of the temple as well as parts of its sculptures.

1687 The Venetians siege the Acropolis which is under Turkish occupation. An artillery shell hits the Parthenon, which is being used by the Turks as a powder magazine and ignites a colossal explosion. The monument shakes and is widely damaged. The east frieze collapses.

1688 Francesco Morosini, the commanding Admiral of the Venetians, tries to remove the horses and Poseidon statues from the west pediment to transport them to Venice. The operation is unsuccessful, the statues fall dawn to the ground and shatter.

Who destroyed the Parthenon Who bombed the Parthenon

Who destroyed the Parthenon? Elgin

Who destroyed the Parthenon? The most severe damage to the monument was caused in 1801-1802, when the Scotch ambassador of England to Constantinople Thomas Bruce, 7th Earl of Elgin, removed the gretest part of the sculptures that also compromised structural members of the temple.

By bribing the Turkish garrison of the Acropolis and employng teams of the Italian artist G.B. Lusieri, Elgin removed and transported to England 19 pedimental sculptures, 15 metopes and the reliefs of 56 sawn blocks of the frieze, today exhibited in the British Museum in London.

1799 Thomas Bruce, 7th Lord of Elgin, is appointed Ambassador of His Brittanic Majesty in Constantinople in order to reinforce the relationships between the Ottoman Empire and Britain.

1800 Elgin organize a mission to Athens in order to, as it was officially stated, study, sketch and make casts of the sculptures of the Parthenon. The group includes architects, moulders and the painter Feodor Ivanovitch. The court’s painter Don Giovanni Battista Luisieri is chosen to led the mission.

Elgin’s fervent desire to obtain the original scupltures emerges very soon and results in the uncontrollable plundering of the Acropolis. Using his political influence and by generously bribing the officils he secures the authorities concession. The removal and transportation of the inscriptions, sculptures and architectural members from the Acropolis begins in July of 1801 and last 4 years.

1802 September. Block V of the eastern frieze, which lays on the ground is sawed off to diminish weight from approximately becomes less than during the transportation it breakes in two pieces.

1802 September 16th The block is packed and loaded on the brig Mentor. During the voyage the ship is hit by a storm and sinks.

1804 – 1805 The cargo’s retrieval is completed. The artifacts from the shipwreck are loaded onboard ship and continue their jouney to England. Block V arrived in London throught Malta.

1801, July 31st. Elgin begins to detach the metopes of the southern side of the Pathenon. Metope 27 is the first one to be removed. The procedure is depicted ans documented by the English painter E. Dodwell, an Eye witness.

“I saw several metopae at the south-east extremity of the temple taken down. They were fixed in between the triglyphs as in a groove; and in order to lift the up it was necessary to throw to the ground the magnificent cornice by which they were covered.”

After its removal from the Parthenon the metope ends up in England in 1802.

1962 The British Museum opens a new room the Duveen Gallery, which houses the sculptures from the Parthenon.

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1 Amazing Disneyland Paris Castle Sleeping Beauty

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Disneyland Paris Castle. The Sleeping Beauty Castle, the dragon under the castle, the inside of the castle and the final show.

Disneyland Paris Castle

It’s the central icon of Disneyland Paris and it’s the place where dreams come true.

Don’t miss to see the drago under the castle. Under the castle there is “La Tanière du Dragon” where a monstrous prisoner lurks. Once the ruler of the skies, this defeated dragon lies chained against jagged rocks. It may be dozing, but tread carefully, as one false move will lead to a hot, rumbling surprise;).

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The Remarkable Epidaurus Theater

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For many peoples the main reason to visit the Archaeological Site of the Sanctuary of Asklepios at Epidaurus is the Epidaurus Theater.

The Epidaurus Theater is in fact the best preserved monument in the Sanctuary of Asklepios.

The Remarkable Epidaurus Theater

Let’s see a few information about the Epidaurus Theater!

How old is the Epidaurus Theater?

The Epidaurus Theater was erected at the end of the 4th century B.C.

Who built the theater of Epidaurus?

According to the ancient traveler Pausanias (2nd century A.D.), it was the work of the architect Polykleitos, who built also the Tholos in the same Sanctuary.

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How many people could the original Theatre of Epidaurus seat?

The auditorium of the Theatre the koilon or cavea, consists of two unequal parts, which are divided by a horizontal walkway, known as the diazoma. The lower part is divided by 13 radiating staircases into 12 wedge-shaped segments, the kerkides or cunei, with 34 rows of seats each. At the upper part of the cavea 23 radiating passages divide it into 22 wedge-shaped segments with 20 rows of seats.

To each segment of the lower part correspond two segments of the upper part. The seats of the lowest row were provided with backrests and used as “prohedriae” (front seats of honour); similarly shaped were the seats of the upper part’s first row. Uphill pathways outside the Theatre led on both sides to the horizontal passage which divided the upper from the lower part of the cavea.

It is estimated that the Epidaurus Theater could accommodate 12,000 spectators.

What is remarkable about the theater at Epidaurus?

Epidaurus Theater is a characteristic example of the tripartite structure of Hellenic theatres (orchestra – cavea – stage building). Its original form remained intact in Roman times, during which most Greek theatres underwent major changes. The floor of the circular orchestra (diameter 20 m) is beaten earth. It is outlined in stone,while at its centre a circular base of an altar, the thymele, is preserved. The orchestra is surrounded by a walkway in lower level, which served additionally as a drain for rainwater.

The scene (stage building) in front of the orchestra and the cavea served the needs of the actors and had a parallel use as storage room of theatrical equipment.

The scene building was composed of

  1. a rectangular oblong hall with two smaller square rooms on each side,
  2. a proscenium (stage), on whose facade were fixed panels representing the setting of each play,
  3. two ramps, one on each side, which provided access to the roof of the proscenium for the actors, and
  4. an upper storey of the scene building, of which no evidence has been preserved.

Scholars estimate that the total height of the stage building was 7.60 m. Spectators entered the Epidaurus Theater through two impressive gate situated on both sides of the stage building, between it an the lower part of the retaining wall of the cavea. The seats of the cavea were made out of local grey at reddish hard limestone while for the stage building a yellow soft limestone was used.

The cavea was constructed at the end of the 4th century B.C. while the stage building was modified during the 2nd century B.C. A characteristic feature of the Theatre was (and still is) its excellent acoustics. It had largely to do with its design. The creation of the circular shape of the cavea was based on three centres. The eight central cunei corresponded to a circumference which had as centre the centre of the orchestra.

The two lateral cunei were designed with different centres, which lay further away from the centre of the orchestra providing thus a larger radius and consequently a larger circle. This”opening” on the edges of the cavea,beside its contribution to acoustics, allowed a better view to those sitting in the lateral cunei.

What was the Theatre of Epidaurus used for?

The Theatre of the Sanctuary was closely connected to the cult of Asklepios.

During the festivals held in honour of the god athletic games, but also musical and dramatic contests took place. The latter were surely housed in the Theatre, where most probably also deep-rooted ceremonies closer connected with the cult took place.

Why is the Theatre at Epidaurus still famous?

Today theatrical plays are again performed in the Epidaurus Theater during the summer (Epidauros festival). The Theatre was excavated in 1881 by P. Kavvadias, who then carried out partial restorations. Restoration works by An. Orlandos took place in the monument in the years 1954-1963.

He proceeded then to a reconstruction of the proscenium, which was later removed.The Committee for the Conservation of the Epidauros Monuments restored the western parodos gate, the last upper western cuneus (1988-1999) and the ancient drains (1992-2007). A third program includes restoration works in the cavea and the stage building.

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