Dominika Drusanová

Dominika Drusanová

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In contrast to big European cities during the summer, this region of southern Italy has all the history of Rome along with the small-town breezy seaside charm of the Cinque Terre. (As many of us can attest, luring an eight-year-old through the Papal Apartments in Vatican City during an infernal August afternoon can make you never want to get on a plane with a child again.)

Achieve the summer vacation trifecta of high culture, great food, and truly relaxing beach time in this southern edge of Italy.

Tucked between two cliffs overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, the tiny, picturesque village of Atrani is the Amalfi Coast’s best-kept secret. It’s often bypassed en route to the larger and more famous towns of Amalfi, Positano, and Sorrento, and this is a good thing—you’ll almost always have its beautiful churches, piazzas and charming trattorias (we love A’Paranza for its fresh seafood and smoked mozzarella) all to yourself. Added bonus: it’s an easy 30-minute stroll from Amalfi.

Atrani (Campania)Tucked between two cliffs overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, the tiny, picturesque village of Atrani is the Amalfi Coast.

Map of Sicily Showing Train Lines, Beaches, and Cities

Picture it… Sicily! After our trip to Italy last year, we knew we’d be back. And after visiting Sicily, we are left wondering which one we love more… If you’r…