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Best Way to Travel to Amalfi from Boston

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Best Way to Travel to Amalfi from Boston

What is the easiest/best/most enjoyable way to make the trip from Boston to Amalfi? Through Naples? Rome? Other places?

Sydney, Australia
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1. Re: Best Way to Travel to Amalfi from Boston

If you land in Rome, you have to take a train into Rome, then another train to Naples. From Naples station, you can either take a suburban train to Sorrento and then a bus, or you can get a car and driver for maybe €120.

If you fly to Naples, you can take a bus to Sorrento and then another bus. Or a private car transfer.

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2. Re: Best Way to Travel to Amalfi from Boston

1. Boston to Rome FCO Airport nonstop

2. Rome FCO Airport to Roma Termini Station by Trenitalia airport train

3. Roma Termini Station to Salerno by Trenitalia fast train (with no connections)

4. Walk 800 meters to Cooperativa Sant'Andrea ferry dock (April through October only)

5. Cooperativa Sant'Andrea ferry to Amalfi

6. Walk to hotel in Amalfi

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3. Re: Best Way to Travel to Amalfi from Boston

Yes. That is the best journey. I don't know why I did not think of train to Salerno.

4. Re: Best Way to Travel to Amalfi from Boston

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