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Does anyone have experience using an Unico bus pass?

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Does anyone have experience using an Unico bus pass?

I am interested in the 7 day "integrato" pass, not the 3 day Arte card. I cannot find info on the extent of "integration." Does it cover the Sorrento+Positano area EAV and SITA buses, the alibus, the cirumvesuviano (and other local/non reserved trains)? Does it extend to Almalfi, Salerno, and Paestum? I would like to purchase/activate the card at the airport; is this possible?

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1. Re: Does anyone have experience using an Unico bus pass?

It does not exist.

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2. Re: Does anyone have experience using an Unico bus pass?

Ok, the 7 day integrato pass in this chart is only good for the city of Naples, then? That means the only regional pass available an Arte Card?

unicocampania.it/uploads/testistatici/schema…

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3. Re: Does anyone have experience using an Unico bus pass?

I see there is a Costiera 3 day pass good for the region. You are right, no 7 day pass.

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4. Re: Does anyone have experience using an Unico bus pass?

The regional transit passes available as part of the ArteCard are only good for three days, the seven day ArteCards do not come with transit passes.

SITA offers the Costierasita pass for one day at €8. This is good for the following towns only: Agerola, Amalfi, Atrani, Cetara, Conca dei Marini, Furore, Maiori, Massa Lubrense, Meta di Sorrento, Minori, Positano, Piano di Sorrento, Praiano, Ravello, Salerno, Sant’Agnello, Scala, Sorrento, Tramonti, Vietri sul Mare.

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5. Re: Does anyone have experience using an Unico bus pass?

Btw you have to pay for the Alibus separately, it isn't covered by the TIC tickets/passes that cover Naples city buses - the airport being outside Naples. Although you can use the Alibus ticket to transfer to a local bus if your final destination in Naples is beyond the Alibus stops in Naples, i.e. P. Garibaldi/ Molo Beverello.

See napoliunplugged.com/naples-unicocampania-far…

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6. Re: Does anyone have experience using an Unico bus pass?

"I see there is a Costiera 3 day pass good for the region."

Where are you finding this information? Check the source and the dates, because it does not exist.

There is a ticket issued by SITA called the Costierasita but it's a 24 hour ticket for €8 and is only good for the towns along the Amalfi Coast and the Sorrentine peninsula: Agerola, Amalfi, Atrani, Cetara, Conca dei Marini, Furore, Maiori, Massa Lubrense, Meta di Sorrento, Minori, Positano, Piano di Sorrento, Praiano, Ravello, Salerno, Sant’Agnello, Scala, Sorrento, Tramonti, Vietri sul Mare.

sitasudtrasporti.it/contenuti/Campania/bigli…

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7. Re: Does anyone have experience using an Unico bus pass?

True, the Costiera passes are limited to the Sorrentine pennisula and not good for the circumvesuviana. Disappointing... would be so nice if they offered a pass that included the whole region for 7 days! THey might still be a good thing for some folks who use the Sorrento buses frequently enough and also want to make the trip to the Amalfi coast, Salerno, etc. Here is the chart of tickets and fares (I don't know how to verify if the chart is valid):

unicocampania.it/uploads/testistatici/schema…

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8. Re: Does anyone have experience using an Unico bus pass?

Katherine, the chart you keep posting says quite clearly valid as of June 12, 2017. Why would you question whether or not it was still current?

This is public transportation, funded by taxes, to provide affordable transportation for residents. It is available as well to visitors but that is not the primary audience, by any stretch of the imagination. Multi-day passes are not a smart economic choice for the administrators, as much as visitors (again, not their concern) would like them.

Local residents can purchase annual reduced fare subscriptions.

It is neither difficult nor expensive to purchase individual tickets.

Edited: 23 September 2017, 15:59
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9. Re: Does anyone have experience using an Unico bus pass?

I have googled the info re the tickets "unico costiera", but I am not able to find an info whether you are suppose to buy ticket to exact date&route or whether you have to stamp them somehow. Please help!

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10. Re: Does anyone have experience using an Unico bus pass?

You can find sale locations here: unicocampania.it/index.php…

You validate the ticket upon first use in the stamping machines on the buses. You must also write your name and birth date on the back of the ticket, where indicated.

Edited: 24 September 2017, 17:34
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