2. People Watching in the Piazzetta
The heart of Capri is its small central square – the always fashionable, always packed Piazzetta. Officially known as Piazza Umberto 1, if you can get a table at one of the terraced cafes overlooking the clock tower, you can while away the afternoon watching well-dressed beautiful people come and go. You may even spy a celebrity or two, as this square is a magnet for the rich and famous. It’s not a cheap spot for a coffee or cocktail, but its a memorable splurge. Afterwards, stroll down the Corso Vittorio Emanuele and via Camerelle for some Caprese retail therapy. A funicular train can transport you from the port to the Piazzetta in about 3 minutes.