A trip to Sorrento isn't complete without a stroll down the narrow character-filled lane known as Via San Cesareo. It is the heart of the old town, a street filled with artisan shops, restaurants and limoncello makers. Stop in and taste the fresh-made liqueur in its hometown. There are local-made leather crafts, ceramics and wood inlay, along with food stores, wine bars and vegetable stands. It is teeming with life, attracting both tourists and locals. There are a few churches to pop into, so keep your eyes open for those, and don't miss the cross-vault covered and frescoed portico at the Sedile Dominova, where old guys gather at tables to play cards by day, and music is often played at night.

There are other narrow streets leading off Via San Cesareo, also with restaurants, flowers cascading down walls, shops and character. It's a slice of Sorrento life you won't want to miss!

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Address in Sorrento:

Via San Cesareo.