The sunny Sorrento is the entrance gate to the Amalfi Coast. The main city square, Piazza Tasso, is named after Torquato Tasso, the 16th century poet, born here. The lively piazza is the heart of the old town, ideal place for some people watching, coffee sipping and young lovers flirting. Take in the scented citrus-rich breeze while marveling at coastline and enjoying the sounds of this musical town. Speaking of music, you have probably heard at least once the famous song “Torna a Surriento” – Come back to Sorrento. The song has become one of the most popular tunes of the Italian traditional genre, which includes masterpieces such as O’ sole mio, Funiculì funiculà, and Santa Lucia. Lately this famous song was performed by Plácido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti, and Andrea Bocelli. Whether you like to drink Limoncello, lounge on the beach, bask in the sun, or explore the city, Sorrento is the place to be.
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