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Driving Naples to Ravello

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Driving Naples to Ravello

Google Maps list this trip as taking as little over an hour. Does anyone know if this take into account degree of difficulty - winding roads etc?

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1. Re: Driving Naples to Ravello

If you take the Chiunzi Valley route the journey should take just over 1 Hour and the route is not very difficult and the roads are not too winding.

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2. Re: Driving Naples to Ravello

Gerado

On several occasions,we have difficulties leaving the A3 and heading for this route over the hills to Ravello (very good road with spectacular views towards Napoli and Vesuvius). So much so, we usually continue to Vietri and then follow the coast road (S163)towards Amalfi.

Leaving Amalfi and/or Ravello en route to Roma, we always travel over the hills and can find our way back onto the A3.

Can you give simple directions for the journey from Naploli to Ravello please - for us and also for lesnix, who will possibly experience the same problems.

Until our return in 8 weeks, Grazie

CostieraAmalfitana

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3. Re: Driving Naples to Ravello

It is just over a 30 Minute drive to Ravello from the A3 junction at Angri.For exact directions try www.mappy.com but it is any easy route in daylight and you will just need to follow the signs.

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