Day six of the adventure includes some free time to explore Sorrento, another one of Mauro’s favorite destinations. “Guests have the opportunity to relax and enjoy the hotel facilities like the private beach, spa, or tennis court,” he explains. Those who want to explore the city can stroll through the old city center and visit its many ancient churches. “Just off the main piazza is the hidden Dominova Seat, dating from the Middle Ages when nobility assembled here to discuss the affairs of the town.”
“There are also some great museums here. The Museo-Bottega della Tarsia Lignea is dedicated to the history of inlaid wood craftsmanship,” Mauro says. A treat for anyone with an interest in woodworking or fine design, the museum houses a rich collection of inlaid wooden furniture from the 19th century. Mauro also recommends the Museo Correale, which houses valuable collections of Capodimonte ceramics, works by 17th and 18th century Neapolitan painters, and an archeological collection. Had your fill of museums? No problem!