The sensations a trip to this mythical land can give you
During the nineteenth century many people chose this area as the destination of their’Grand Tour’, an educational trip for young intellectuals and artists from around the world.
The Sorrento Coast, in fact, has been visited by many writers and poets from Goethe, Lamartine, Stendhal, De Bouchard, Byron, D'Annunzio, Ibsen to Douglas, many musicians like: Rossini, Liszt, Meldesshon, Wagner, painters: Pinelli, Fernet, Lindstrom, photographers: De Luca and the Alinari brothers and directors such as De Sica, Mastronardo and Gallone.
Among the distinguished visitors passed through this land we also remember: Enrico Caruso, Giacomo Casanova, Scipio Breislak, Marion Crawford, Charles Dickens, Helman Melville, Friedrich Nietzsche and Axel Munthe.
These people all came here thanks to the monuments, churches, museums, palaces, places and buildings that narrate Sorrento’s glorious past and secular history linked to crafts.