Capri

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the most sumptuous and best preserved of the 12 villas built by Roman emperors. — Frommer's
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Enjoy skimming over the gardens and lush vegetation in a chairlift before being dropped off at the summit. — Michelin Guide
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The panoramic view of Capri and Marina Grande, Monte Tiberio and the Faraglioni is superb. — Michelin Guide
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On the south side of the island, take a dip in the water while relaxing at the Marina Beach Club. — Afar Magazine
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The one-time retreat of French poet Jacques d’Adelswärd-Fersen, who came to Capri in 1904 to escape a gay sex scandal in Paris. — Lonely Planet
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An eerie atmosphere hangs around neglected corners of this once-grand, palatial complex between the Castiglione and Tuoro hills. — Fodor's
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walls hued in distinctive Pompeian red. — Fodor's
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Scenically perched on the slopes of Monte Solaro, this small sanctuary in late-Gothic style... offers a truly picturesque frame for a panorama that takes in much of the island. — Fodor's
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Capri’s most famous attraction is the Grotta Azzurra, an unusual sea cave illuminated by an otherworldly blue light. — Lonely Planet
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best known for its exquisite majolica pavement designed by Solimena and executed by the mastro-riggiolaro (master tiler) Chiaiese from Abruzzo. — Fodor's
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First thing you should do upon your first visit to Capri Island is take a tour boat surrounding the island. — Afar Magazine
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Nicknamed the Casa Come Me (House Like Myself) and perched out on the rocky Punta Massullo, this villa is considered by some historians to be a great monument of 20th-century architecture. — Fodor's
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