How To Get to the Amalfi Coast

How to get to the Amalfi coast
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Trying to figure out how to get to Amalfi coast? Getting to this stunning stretch of coast in Italy can seem daunting without a car—but there are plenty of public transport options for getting to Sorrento, Amalfi, Positano, and the other gorgeous towns on the Amalfi coast, whether from Rome or Naples!

Read on for our easy guide for getting to the Amalfi coast. We’re giving you a few options. The first two are how to get to the Amalfi from Naples or Rome. The closest international airport to the Amalfi coast is in Naples (the Capodichino airport), but many people prefer to fly into Rome, as it’s cheaper. And, of course, even if you’re coming to the Amalfi from another city in Italy, like Florence or Venice, you’ll want to get to Rome or Naples (usually by train or plane) first. Which transport you take all depends on your time, comfort level and, of course, your ultimate destination.

If you’re planning a trip, you should also read our blogs on what to see on the Amalfi Coast and how to travel the Amalfi Coast in the off-season.

Here’s how!

1) Getting to the Amalfi coast from Rome

Here are your main ways for getting to the Amalfi coast from Rome. If you opt to go by train, you can either get directly to the Amalfi coast (by taking the train to Salerno), or to go to Naples and then take another mode of transport from there. If you go to Naples, of course, you’ll want to combine these directions with an option from section 2, “Getting to the Amalfi coast from Naples”!

Rome to Positano and Praiano by bus

Positano on the Amalfi coast

Positano: Yes, you can get here from Rome… even by bus!

In summer (the beginning of June to the end of September), a bus runs to both Positano and Praiano from the bus depot at Rome’s Tiburtina train station. The bus leaves at 7am from the depot, located a short walk from the Rome Tiburtina station. Just don’t get it confused with the local ATAC bus stops just right outside the Tiburtina train station. It gets into Positano at 11.30am and Praiano at 11.45am. (Don’t miss our insider’s guide to Positano!). Now it seems that with Marozzi Bus Journeys you can take the bus to Positano, but it also has other stops such as Pompeii and Sorrento.

Time: 4.5 hours. One-way ticket cost: €21. Operates: June, July, August, September. More info here.

Rome to Naples by train

High-speed Italian train

You can take a train to the Amalfi coast, too!

Another option is to take a train from Rome to Naples. Trains run frequently, operated by both Trenitalia and Italotreno, and the journey for the fastest train takes a bit over an hour. (For comprehensive train info, read our guide to how to take the train in Italy for step-by-step instructions for using the website, booking, and more!).

From Naples, you’ll want to take a mode of transport on to the Amalfi, so check out the section below for exactly how to do that!

Time to Naples: 1hr 10 mins (fastest train). One-way ticket cost to Naples: €4o (less if booked a few days in advance). Operates: year-round.

Rome to Salerno by train

Castle in Salerno on the Amalfi coast, Italy

The castle of Salerno, another great destination on the Amalfi coast

Alternatively, you can get directly to the Amalfi coast from Rome by train if you head to Salerno. If you’re unsure about where to stay, read our post on Salerno, the perfect off-the-beaten-path city on the Amalfi coast.

Salerno is also a good destination if you are traveling to towns further south on the Amalfi coast, like Vietri sul Mare, Maiori, Minori or Amalfi.

Both Trenitalia and Italotreno run numerous trains directly to Salerno.

Time to Salerno: 1 hr 55 minutes (fastest train). One-way ticket cost to Salerno: €44 (less if booked a few days in advance). Operates: year-round.

Read on to see how to get from Naples and Salerno to the Amalfi coast!

2) Getting to the Amalfi coast from Naples

Once you’re in Naples, there are several means of transportation to get to the Amalfi coast.

Naples to Salerno by train 

If your final destination are towns south of Amalfi or Salerno itself, you might consider taking a direct train from Naples to Salerno. The train ride takes less than 40 minutes. From Salerno, you have the option of taking the SITA bus to other towns on the Amalfi coast, including Vietri sul Mare, Maiori, Minori and Amalfi.

Time to Salerno: 30 minutes (fastest train). One-way ticket cost to Salerno: €15 (less if booked in advance). Operates: year-round.

Naples to Sorrento by train

Sorrento, on the Amalfi coast

There are lots of ways to get to Sorrento!

Alternatively, if your final destination is Sorrento or towns north of Amalfi, you’ll want to take the Circumvesuviana from the main Naples station (Napoli Centrale). When you’re there, look for the signs for the “Circumvesuviana” trains and buy the tickets from the desk—the main ticket machines you see are not for the Circumvesuviana trains.

The Circumvesuviana train ticket from Naples to Sorrento costs €4.10, and takes slightly more than an hour. There will be stops along the way. This website provides the details and schedule.

Time to Sorrento: 1 hour. One-way ticket cost to Sorrento: €4.10. Operates: year-round.

As with Salerno, once in Sorrento, you can take the SITA bus to towns along the coast (read on to our section on “Getting from Sorrento to the Amalfi coast by bus”). This route is the cheapest option for getting to the Amalfi coast.

Note: From the Capodichino airport, you can take the Alibus to the main train station. It leaves every 20 minutes from the airport, and takes about 20 to 30 minutes. The cost of the ticket is €3. If you decide to take a taxi instead, the fixed rate is €16 (read the official list of tariffs here).

The Naples airport to Sorrento by bus

From the Capodichino airport in Naples, a bus runs directly to the Circumvesuviana train station in Sorrento. The journey takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes (depending on traffic conditions). Buses leave almost hourly, starting at 9am and with the last one at 7:30pm. The ticket costs €10 and can be purchased on board.

Time to Sorrento: 1 hour 15 mins. One-way ticket cost to Sorrento: €10. Operates: year-round.

The Naples airport to Vietri sul Mare and Salerno by bus 

You also can take the bus from the Capodichino airport to Salerno. Note that though the cost of the one-way ticket is affordable (€7), it only has four departure times. This bus also stops at Vietri sul Mare.

Time to Vietri sul Mare: 45 minutes. One-way ticket cost to Vietri sul Mare: €7. Operates: year-round.

Naples to Sorrento, Positano or Amalfi, by ferry

An alternative to the Amalfi bus

Taking a ferry along the Amalfi coast (much less crowded than the bus!)

From the port in Naples (Moro Beverello), you can catch a ferry with Alilauro to Positano or Amalfi by first stopping in Sorrento

Time to Sorrento: 40 minutes. One-way ticket cost to Sorrento: about €12. Operates: to Sorrento, year-round.

Note: From Capodichino airport, you can take the Alibus to Piazza Municipio.

Naples to the Amalfi coast, by taxi or private transfer

The most expensive, but fastest, option is a taxi or private transfer to Amalfi or Positano from Naples. This will set you back about €120 to €150, one-way. From Naples, taxis are meant charge a fixed rate, as per the tariff set by the City of Naples.

3) Getting to the Amalfi coast from Sorrento

While many people consider Sorrento to be on the Amalfi coast, technically it’s not! And whether you’re using Sorrento as your base or just passing through on your way to other Amalfi coast towns, you’ll find these transport options helpful.

Sorrento to Amalfi coast towns, by bus

Bus on the Amalfi coast

Take the SITA bus, and you’ll be riding on roads like this one!

SITA buses operate daily and almost hourly from Sorrento to the Amalfi coast, with stops in Positano, Praiano and Amalfi, among other destinations. This would be the best way of getting to Amalfi coast as it operates year-round.

The final stop for the bus from Sorrento is in Amalfi; if you are going to Ravello or towns south of Amalfi, you will need to switch to another SITA bus there.

Sorrento to Amalfi coast towns, by ferry

Alilauro has ferries operating from Sorrento to Amalfi. To find the timetables and book, click on the site’s “booking online” option.

4) Getting to other spots on the Amalfi coast from Salerno

Getting around the Amalfi coast

Lovely Atrani, accessible by bus on the Amalfi coast

Salerno to other Amalfi coast towns, by bus

SITA buses run frequently from Salerno to Amalfi, with stops in Vietri sul Mare, Maiori, Minori, and Atrani. If you plan on visiting the other towns on the Amalfi coast, you may want to look into the UNICOCostiera integrated ticket.

Salerno to other Amalfi coast towns, by ferry

NLG operates a daily ferry from Salerno to Amalfi, which departs only in the morning at 8.20am. The trip takes 20 minutes and costs €8. Please check the website for any changes in the schedule.

If you don’t have time to explore the Amalfi coast on your own, check out our day-long excursion to Pompeii and the Amalfi Coast, including a private transfer from Rome!

The Amalfi Coast is one of the most visited regions of Italy. Find out how to get there in the Walks of Italy blog.

64 Comments

  • L Taybawy says:

    Very helpful article ! Thank you.

  • Engred says:

    Maybe I missed it in the article, but you can also take the Coop Sant’ Andrea ferry from Salerno to Amalfi and Positano from April through October – there are several ferries each day.

  • Nicole says:

    Any ideas on how to get to Amalfi coast from Rome in late November? We’re planning to go there with our 3 boys (ages 19 months, 8 yrs, and 9 yrs), so the easiest route would be preferred! Also, where in Amalfi coast should we stay, taking into consideration we’ll be with our kids?

  • Ken says:

    How far is it from the Salerno train station to the Sita bus station ?
    Thank you
    Ken

    • Hi Ken,
      It’s extremely close. If you’re taking the bus from Amalfi to Salerno, the SITA bus drops you off on Via Vinciprova, a 5-minute walk from the station. If you’re going from Salerno to Amalfi (opposite direction), the bus boards right in front of the station. Let us know if we can help with anything else!

  • The Amalfi coast is definitely a very place for romance. I would love to visit the place with my special someone. Thanks for sharing these info. I might try the route from Rome.

  • Amalfi Coast One of the most beautiful & gorgeous places.A narrow and winding road, which precariously clings to cliffs, affords spectacular views over blue waters.it has some of the richest culture and history in all of Italy, which is blessed with diversity and great natural beauty.

  • Jean says:

    Hi i’m going to Italy next week may I know where can I buy the SITA bus ticket to Amalfi in Sorrento? and where to buy the Alilauro ferry ticket in Sorrento?

    Thank you!
    Jean

    • Walks of Italy says:

      Hi Jean, tickets can be purchased in tobacco shops and some coffee shops (you can ask for “biglietti SITA autobus”). Tickets for the Alilauro ferry are available online on this website in Italian and can be purchased at the port or through your hotel. Buon viaggio and let us know if you have any questions!

  • Mabel says:

    may i know what time does Marozzi bus operate from amalfi coast back to Rome? can you help on how should i book the ticket? im cant read Italian so i have trouble reading marozzi website.

    • Walks of Italy says:

      Hi Mabel, can you let us know which town of the Amalfi Coast you’d like to leave from so we can help you with your research?

  • Susan McLeay says:

    We are traveling by car from Sicily. Can we drive from Vietri Sul Mare to Priano, check in to our apartment, and then pick up the SITA buses to visit Ravello, Amalfi and Positano? Also, when we leave the area, can we drive the Amalfi to Sorrento? We don’t really want to drive while visiting the little towns, but would of course have to take our car as we leave. Given this plan would require driving the “inside” lane of the coastal road, and that we are pretty experienced travelers, do you think that it is safe for us to drive our car. Thank you for your help.
    Susan McLeay

    • Walks of Italy says:

      Ciao Susan! You can find a timetable of buses to and from Praiano here. Although it is safe to take the car, you may prefer taking the bus so you don’t have to worry about driving and parking. Let us know if you have any questions!

  • Sue Delaney says:


    Can you please assist or advise if itinerary below is acceptable? Suggestions appreciated. Thank you

    Fly from Boston to Rome overnight (Tuesday or Wednesday – 15 or 16 September 2015)…
    – Take High Speed Rail to Salerno, Car Hire to Amalfi Town…
    – 3 Nights in Amalfi Town (one day small group day tour, one day by ourselves)
    – Bus/Train back to Naples Airport – Rent Car (2 days)
    – Travel by rental car to Baselice, Benevento, Campania (family village)
    – Stay at Locanda Antico Sannio (Baselice, Italy) (1 night)
    – Return to Naples (drop off car)
    – Train to Rome
    – 5 nights in Rome (central, near Piazza Navonna, or Trastevere)
    – Fly home Friday, Saturday, or Sunday (25 – 27 September)

    • Walks of Italy says:

      Ciao Sue, it looks great to us! Let us know if you have any questions 🙂

      • ines says:

        Hellow!
        I apreciate very much your blog.

        I´m goin to Amalfi coast in ends january early
        february.

        Must go from Naples to Agnello di Sorrento (SPENT 3 NIGHTS)

        Then , Sorrento – Positano. (spent 1 night)

        other day Positano – Ravello (spent 2 nights)

        then Ravello- Salerno(SPENT 1 NIGHT)

        And finally Salerno-Rome ( By train)

        I´m 64 years old, and all that trips will be carrying 1 big bag and 1 small one. I will probably take a taxi from Bus station, port, or train station to the hotels.
        In each case, what is it better considering specially the bags and others?, ¿ferry, train or bus?
        I read somewhere The circumveneciana is like a metro. That means people is many times standing up? In that case, ¿is it safe for my big bag to accomodate it nearby the door, as I usuaually do in ordinary trains?

        When arriving to train station, bus station or port, I will probably take a taxi to the hotel…

        When going from Ravello to Salerno, shall I do it by bus, or is there another possibility?
        What about taxis? If I decide to make all my ” luggage trips ” in taxis, (instead of ferry, bus or train) how much should I spend in each one, more or less? we are 2 people, carrying 2 bags each one, and I am 64 years old.

        Last question You mentioned the Novotel Salerno, and some Bed And Breakfast, what is better, independient of prize. Is the Novotel in the Storic Center? Is it the best hotel ? I´m sure want to go to the Storic center, and if it´s possible and can afford I will chose the best place to stay.
        Thank you very much.
        Ines

        .

        • Walks of Italy says:

          Hi Ines,

          We recommend to choose one town in Amalfi as a “home” during your trip. That way you won’t have to lug your baggage around with you everywhere you go and waste time checking into and out of hotels. The coast is very accessible and it’s easy to take day trips to all those cities you listed. This should help with the transportation/baggage issue!

        • david hill says:

          Ines, just remember this: if you take the circumvespia train from Naples to anywhere, beware of pickpockets and petty theft. The people from Naples have theft down to an art form. Do not left yourself be caught on the steps or in the door by anyone!! Push them hard because they are working with someone behind you who is stealing your stuff. Know beforehand and you’ll have a great time!

  • Phoebe says:

    I am thinking of using sorrento as my base, travelling from rome to sorrento first -> check in my luggage -> take a trip to positano and come back to overnight at sorrento. But i cant find what is the latest timing for a bus from positano to sorrento 🙁

    Next day would be Sorrento -> Amalfi -> Ravello, then I will take an overnight train to Florence. So do you think it is better for me to go to Naples or Salerno for a train to Florence?

    And is my schedule too packed?

    • Walks of Italy says:

      Hi Phoebe,

      That sounds like a great trip! It’s good to check your luggage and have a hotel as a base instead of changing hotels every night – the towns are so close together that it’s simple to go and return in a day. Once in Sorrento you can ask the hotel or the tabaccheria (where you buy bus tickets) for the bus times, but this site might be helpful. Per your schedule, it depends how many days you are in the area!

  • Lynn Sparrow says:

    My fiance and I are going to Praiano for 5 days in May. We fly into Naples. Our package includes a rental car but we are having second thoughts- it sounds nerve-wracking to drive in and near Naples, the windy coastal roads, and then trying to park. Without a car would we able to get to Praiano and then do day trips? Thanks so much!

    • Walks of Italy says:

      Hi Lynn,

      Though driving in Italy is totally possible, many people are a bit nervous driving the extreme curves of the Amalfi Coast. If you decide it’s not for you, there are busses and trains from Naples to Praiano. Check out this article for more information! Have a great trip 🙂

  • Jerry says:

    Trying to follow your suggestion of traveling from Rome to the Amalfi Coast by Trenitalia from Roma directly to Salerno. The Trenitalia website refuses to offer Salerno as an available station. Suggestions?

    • Walks of Italy says:

      Hi Jerry,

      Try clicking “all trains” instead of just the frecciarossa trains. We found some available routes either through the frecciarossa or the intercity trains (LeFrecce Train Website) Have a great trip!

  • Leanne says:

    Hi there, Do you know where in Amalfi the Marozzi bus drops people off?

  • Shona Sherman says:

    Hi there!
    I am travelling with my mum & 2 teenagers from Rome to Amalfi region in September. Have just 2 nights. Thinking Day 1 going direct to Pompeii, before heading to Sorrento to accom & explore. Day 2 explore the coast by bus/ferry. I’ve read your post on travel from Rome to Amalfi and it’s very comprehensive – thank you! My question is can we go straight to Pompeii from Rome rather than heading to accom first, & would there be somewhere to leave luggage while we explore the site?
    Thanks!

    • Walks of Italy says:

      Hi Shona,
      We’re glad our articles have helped you so far! You can go from Rome to Pompeii, but in nearly every case you’ll have to change trains at least once, as shown here. Perhaps the easiest and least expensive option by train is still Rome to Naples, then Naples to Pompeii. As for your luggage, You can either leave it at the Pompeii train station for approximately 3 euro per bag or leave it at the free luggage storage facility at the entry point of Pompeii. Though the storage is free, the website also states: “However, during some periods the sites are very crowded and the locker room may not contain the baggage of all visitors.” This is likely only a potential problem from June to August. Head to the website here for more information or let us know if you have any other questions!

  • bud says:

    Are there any bars along the Amalfi coast have music and dancing for an older crowd. We will be staying in Positano in September of 2016.

    • Walks of Italy says:

      Hi Bud,

      We weren’t sure about your question, so we reached out to one of our expert local guides. He said that the only place he knows of for dancing in Positano is a discoteca called “Music”. Though he wasn’t sure exactly what crowd it attracts, it is a relatively fancy and elegant environment, built into a cave! We hope that helps!

  • Tina says:

    Hi there,
    My husband and i will be traveling through italy next early may.
    Our trip will begin in:

    -Florence to Rome (4 days). By train

    -Rome to Almalfi coast,(4 days)
    but how long is the bus ride from Salerno to Almalfi, where do we buy tickets from for the bus ride. And is it easy to find our way around Almalfi?

    -Almalfi to Venice (3 days)
    Which train system do you recommend? and does the train go directly to venice?

    -Venice to Florence (1 night)

    -Florence to back home

    • Walks of Italy says:

      Hi Tina,

      You can buy tickets for any of the buses in Italy from a tabaccaio shop (look for the sign with the big T. You’ll likely see many) or an edicola (newspaper stand). It looks like it takes about an hour by bus to get to Amalfi from Salerno, and it is easy to get around Amalfi, for sure! From Amalfi to Venice, however, is a much longer trip. By train it is likely to take around 8 hours and you’ll need to make changes. Your best bet is to get to the rome train station and take a fast speed train (either Trenitalia or Italo, they are the only high speed train companies) to Venice. Either way, we’re sure you’ll have a lovely trip!

  • Maria says:

    Hi! I’m visiting the Amalfi coast in november. I’m thinking of staying in Salerno and making day trips to Amalfi, Positano, Capri, Sorrento and Pompeii but I’d like to know whats the best way to travel during the off season since I’ve heard there are no ferrys, is that true? Thank you!

    • Walks of Italy says:

      Hi Maria,

      Our article on Salerno here will show you how we feel about staying in Salerno! It can be a great base for the Amalfi Coast. While you’re there, you can visit any and all of the towns quickly and inexpensively by bus.

  • Sharon says:

    I heard that on Labor Day (5/1), all transportation (buses, cars) to Amalfi is not allowed, only cars out of Amalfi is ok. Is that correct?

    • Walks of Italy says:

      Hi Sharon,

      You’re right that the first of May is labor day in Italy and a popular travel weekend among Italians. Since it is a holiday, the buses will run like they would on a Sunday with limited hours and times, and same with the ferries. To avoid that, we’d suggest choosing a centrally located place to stay in, or explore the town that you are staying in on that day. Let us know if you have any other questions!

  • Blanca Cook says:

    What about getting to the Amalfi Coast from more northern regions like Florence? Does that make the trip a little more impossible?

  • Hello there! I’m supposing to visit the Amalfi coast in june. I’m considering staying in Salerno and making day excursions to Amalfi, Capri, Sorrento and Pompeii however I’d like to know whats the most ideal approach to go amid the season…thnx

    • Walks of Italy says:

      Hi Jane,

      Our favorite approach is taking advantage of expert local guides and getting the most out of your day trips with in-depth day tours to Pompeii and Vesuvius. The whole region is well serviced by trains and buses, so all you need is a knowledgeable tour guide to truly understand the history in front of you. You might also like our Insider’s Guide to Visiting Pompeii.

  • Joy says:

    Hi! Are the trains operational during All Saint’s Day (Nov 1?) We are traveling from Florence to Venice on that day.

  • Arturo says:

    Hi, I will be spending three nights in Naples, but I would like to spend a day visiting the towns in Amalfi Coast. What would you recommend us to visit? Our hotel is in Piazza Garibaldi close to the train station, so I was thinking about leaving in the morning and returning at night back to Naples. Whats the best way to do the loop back to Naples? Grazzie mille!

  • Deanna Born says:

    Hi,
    I will be staying in Amalfi x 3 days, then heading to Florence by train. Do you recommend I stay in Sorrento the last night or Salerno to easily catch an early train to Florence.

    I need to make sure I can get from Amalfi to either of those cities easily in the evening, as it looks like all the ferries and busses stop around 630?
    If I go to Salerno, its 1 easy train straight to Florence. If I go to Sorrento, I must take circumvencia to Naples, and then another train to Florence.
    Also, is there a place in Positano to store luggage besides a hotel?

  • Corrina says:

    Hello, I am arriving in Naples airport in the morning of 1st Sept and need to get to Ravello by public transport. It looks like the easiest way is the train to Salerno and then SITA bus to Amalfi – is this correct? How much would I expect to pay for a taxi to ravello? How far is the train station from the airport in Naples & would I get there? How regular are the buses from Salerno to Amalfi?

    • Walks of Italy says:

      Hi Corrina,

      We often use the site http://www.Rome2Rio.com to compare and contrast different route options based on time, price and distance. The SITA buses are often the most cost effective, though we’re not sure why you’d have to go all the way to Salerno only to backtrack back to Ravello. For all your other questions Rome2Rio can help. Have a great trip!

  • Globe-trotter says:

    Hi WOI,

    I wanted to reach out to you to see if this timetable is out of date: http://www.sitabus.it/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Napoli-Capodichino-Salerno-via-autostrada.pdf

    I have been told by Luca (from summerinitaly) that there are only two buses from Naples Capodichino to Salerno at 8:45 and 16:00. Reference: http://www.sitasudtrasporti.it/archivio/Download/corse/sitasud/Campania/Salerno/9084a25a-2dcf-466d-9633-93a263d238d1_5002.pdf/0

    Our flight lands at 9am so we wouldn’t be able to take the 8:45 Sita Airporter and I’m trying to avoid the Alibus to Naples central and the train to Salerno if possible.

    Thank you!

    • Walks of Italy says:

      Hi Jeff,

      The timetables do change frequently and it’s highly likely that they’ve changed over the years. We recommend going directly to the SITA website from google to have the most updated version, rather than using our link. Thank you for bringing that to our attention.

  • Khim Boo says:

    Hi, I’ll be at arriving at Positano during mid November as my base. Of course during my 4 nights stay i would like to also explore other nearby locations such as Capri, Sorrento, Amalfi & Salerno however i understand that most of the ferries stop service starting the month of November?

    Can you advise what’s the best way to go about this? SITA bus?

    • Walks of Italy says:

      Hi Khim,

      Probably the best way to go is with the SITA bus, as it’s inexpensive, runs often and you don’t have to worry about parking! Have a great time!

  • Jennifer says:

    Thank you for such fab articles, including this one! I’ve been pouring over your website over the last few days and have found it to be super helpful in planning our trip to Italy in April! I have a question I’m hoping you can help with…we are starting our trip with three nights in Rome, then off to Florence for three nights and then had planned to make our way to Amalfi for the remaining six days of our trip. We would be coming directly from Florence and it seems like a long trip to do in one day (either going through Rome or Naples). Would you have a suggestion of somewhere to stay for a night to break up the trip? We wouldn’t want it to be Rome, having already spent the early part of our trip there. I should note that our preference would be to go to Salerno rather than Sorrento after reading your other helpful article! Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!

    • Walks of Italy says:

      Hi Jennifer,

      You could add Naples on to your trip to see another major Italian city along the way, which is about a 3 hour train ride. After that, it’s easy to take a regional train from Naples down to Salerno whenever you’re ready. Or, if you prefer a smaller town you could stop somewhere such as beautiful Orvieto, in Umbria. The train, however, is regional, so really it will take just as long: From Florence to Orvieto it’s about two hours, from Orvieto to Naples it’s another three. So it depends on if you want to add a destination to your trip (thus likely taking a slower regional train) or simply break up a long commute (thus stopping in Rome or Naples along your way from Florence.)

  • Debbie Hanson says:

    Hi Jennifer,
    My 28 year old son and I are going to Rome on a whim. Neither of us have been before. HELP!! We plan on leaving Seattle, Wa on May 3, 2017 and return to the states on May 10, 2017. We will stay the entire
    trip in Rome. We both love history and art and I love delicious food and wine. What district do you recommend and is there a couple of your tours that we should not miss? Any suggestions would be a blessing. Thank you!
    Debbie

  • Debbie Hanson says:

    Thank you so much for your response!!

  • Jean says:

    Hi
    I would like to know what is the best way to visit sorrento, positano and amalfi town within 5 hours from naples cruise port.

    • Walks of Italy says:

      Hi Jean,

      The best and easiest way to visit is with a guided tour, of course! Take a train from Naples to Sorrento then try our Capri day trip to snorkel & swim and touring the famous grottos before 4 hours on land in Capri. You can also move among the Amalfi Coast towns easily by bus or train.

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