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Capri has always been considered an expensive destination fit for luxury travel, but how much does a day on Capri actually cost?
Let's crunch the numbers: here are prices for transport, the main sights, and some entertainment and activities on Capri.
Many of these attractions are free for children under 18 and the first Sunday of the month.
(*Tickets to enter the Blue Grotto must be purchased directly at the cave and are not included in the price of any boat tour of the island.)
These are estimated prices to give you an idea of how much entertainment on Capri costs!
A day on Capri with a boat tour of the island, a visit to the Blue Grotto and Villa San Michele, the chairlift for Mount Solaro, a panino and gelato costs about EUR 100 a person.
It will cost more or less the same if you decide to spend your day at a private beach club on Capri with lunch in a beachfront restaurant.
An evening out with an aperitivo, restaurant dinner, and cover in a nightclub will easily cost you EUR 150 a person. And that's how Capri got its reputation for being expensive!
Departure from: Positano
Duration 2 hours (Afternoon)