Christmas Air in Sorrento Italy
Who does not want to immerse themselves in the warm Christmas atmosphere of Sorrento to be conquered by the contrast between the sea and the cold, the shape characteristic, lit and decorated of typical villages and by the scent of Christmas cookies that fills in the air.
A land that starting from the day of the Immaculate Conception becomes a true Neapolitan nativity scene in the background of the majestic Mount Vesuvius and the island of Capri.
So many events are organized in Sorrento and surroundings: concerts, nativity scenes, initiatives for children, shopping under the stars, guided tours and evocative Christmas markets where you can buy local handicrafts, Christmas decorations and where to taste the best culinary traditions of Sorrento.
In the main square of Sorrento, Piazza Tasso, is set the big Christmas tree and here take places most of the events. A few steps away the is the best of hotels Sorrento Italy to spend four days of vacation in occasion of the Immaculate Conception 2011.
This is the Hotel Savoia, 3-star family-run hotel that pampers its guests with a warm welcome, advice on various tours and information about the city and with a hearty breakfast based on homemade cakes.
Its customers also can have lunch or dinner at Refoods, a restaurant operated by the hoteland located in the narrow streets of historical center that will delight you with a traditional menu but expertly revisited in a modern twist.
From the 8th to the 11th of December 2011, the Hotel Savoia offers accommodation in double room and breakfast from just 80 euros per night only for those who book at least three nights.
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