Getting to Amalfi

By plane

Naples International Airport serves Naples and the Southern Italian region of Campania. The airport is located about 7 km northeast of Naples city center in the district of Capodichino. Travelling to and from the airport is easy, due to its vicinity. There is an organized shuttle service from Naples International Airport to the city center, called Alibus. The bus goes every 20 to 30 minutes daily, from Mon to Fri, on weekends and holidays. Otherwise, you can get to the city center by Taxi. The journey to the Napoli Centrale Railway Station usually takes 10 – 15 min and costs about 15€. For further information, visit

By train

The main railway stations located near Amalfi are the Salerno and Napoli Centrale railway stations. For travel information, visit the site

By car

The Amalfi Drive (formally Strada Statale 163 Amalfitana) is the conventional name of a section of road which runs along the stretch of the Amalfi Coast between the town of Meta and Vietri sul Mare. The city of Amalfi is located at kilometer 30 of such road. Plan your route at

By Boat

Finally, you can obviously get to Amalfi – the first maritime republic – by sea! During the summer months, ferries depart from Salerno and stop in Positano and Amalfi, and vice versa. Routes usually run from 1 April to 31 October. Other ferry routes for Amalfi and Positano depart from Sorrento. For further information, visit