Transfer from Naples to Amalfi Coast

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The Amalfi Coast, located in the Southern part of Italy, is one of the country’s prime vacation destinations.

With its beautiful scenery and historic landmarks, the Coast is a truly unmissable stop for anyone traveling in Italy. It is located just south of Naples, making a transfer from Naples to the Amalfi Coast a snap.

Depending on personal preference (and on the season), visitors can travel by car, ferry, or train.

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Transfer from Rome to Amalfi Coast

By Car

One of the ways to transfer from Naples to the Amalfi Coast is by car, and the first main city that you’ll reach if traveling this way is Positano.

While the actual distance between the two cities is only about 20 miles, the drive may be slow, depending on traffic. Some travelers clock the trip to be approximately an hour, while others who’ve been stuck in traffic have noted that it can take up to three hours to transfer from Naples to the Amalfi Coast.

Generally, the traffic is worst in June and July, so if you plan to drive, it might be best to do so in the off-season.

Transfer from Naples to Amalfi Coast

By Ferry

There are also ferries running in the summer months, which offer another way to transfer from Naples to the Amalfi Coast.

The ferry will depart directly from the port in Naples, and if you plan to stop in several cities along the Coast, it is also possible to catch a ferry in Salerno, Sorrento, and Capri.

Generally, the ferries run from April through October, weather permitting, but the actual times of arrival and departure vary considerably. To make sure the ferry schedule will work with your travel plans, it’s best to call a day or two in advance to check the departure and arrival times.

Transfer from Naples to Amalfi Coast

By Train

Another way to transfer from Naples to the Amalfi Coast is by taking the train.

There is a station in the center of Naples that will take passengers directly to Vietri sul Mar, the main train station on the coast, which is located in Salerno.

If you are planning to go on to Positano or Pompeii, you can also take the train into Salerno and connect to the “circumvesuviani,” which travels between all of the cities on the Coast itself.

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