|The Isle of Capri has captured the imagination of visitors for centuries. A mountainous island, known for its sea caverns, the most famous of which is the Blue Grotto. The lower town of Capri zigzags with narrow winding streets and interminably long staircases taking you from one part of town to the next. Travelers usually enter the city at the bustling Piazzetta Umberto below the famous clock tower. Looking more like a little courtyard, it is packed with little cafe tables a great place for people-watching and breathing in the aroma of this spectacular panorama above the sea.