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Salerno to Amalfi

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Salerno to Amalfi

What is the best way to get from Salerno to Amalfi?

We are arriving at Salerno station. How far is it to the port to catch the ferry? Can one walk with luggage?

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1. Re: Salerno to Amalfi

It depends,

you could catch a ferry near the station, but only during the summer.

In all the other seasons you should go to the other port and you need to go by taxi or public bus.

If you need more info don't hesitate

Linda

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2. Re: Salerno to Amalfi

Very easy,just take the SITA bus from Salerno to Amalfi and enjoy the scenery !

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3. Re: Salerno to Amalfi

szerka,

The bus to Amalfi leaves from the little island in front of Salerno station.

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4. Re: Salerno to Amalfi

Thanks Linda

We will be in Italy during month of June.

Ferries should be running a fairly good schedule. My worry is how far do we need to walk from the station to the ferry?

Should we take the bus instead. It takes longer but may be closer to the station?

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5. Re: Salerno to Amalfi

The SITA bus stops right outside the station and the ferry port is about a 7/10 minute walk (all flat no steps)

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6. Re: Salerno to Amalfi

In june you could catch the ferry in the port that is located 5 minutes maximum from the station.

The port is near near near the station.

Regards

Linda

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7. Re: Salerno to Amalfi

Check WWW.coopsantandrea.com or WWW.metrodelmare.com for ferries & hydrofoils