The Drive: Spend 2 or 3 days winding through Italy’s classic stretch of coastline, starting in Vietri Sul Mare and ending in Sorrento. The route is short but sweet, with iconic towns like Positano and Ravello along the way. “The Amalfi Coast famously has winding, narrow roads in the cliffside, which can be challenging to drive,” says Christensen. “Some people call it the ‘Suicide Road,’ because it can be a little dangerous.” Drive slow and stop often on this daring drive, taking time to soak in the panoramas, taste the local cuisine, and glimpse the charming historic structures lining this iconic route.
The Car: “The Alfa Romeo Duetto is a dream car for this trip,” says Christensen. “It’s a lovely agile Italian convertible with direct steering and handling—perfect for narrow roads. It’s really a driver’s car.”