Welcome to our guide on how to get from Rome to the Amalfi coast.
The Amalfi Coast is one of the most stunning geographical areas in Italy and located in the Campania region.
It’s known worldwide for its rocky landscapes, and its green woods dotted by citrus groves and vineyards.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site is also a popular destination for its beaches and the villages scattered all over the famous coast.
The Amalfi Coast is based in the province of Salerno and it stretches along the southern coast of the Sorrentine Peninsula.
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Rome to Amalfi Coast
Getting from Rome to the Amalfi Coast (depending on where you want to arrive) it will take more or less 3 hours and a half, this means that this is a trip you can definitely plan if you’re currently in the capital city.
In this helpful travel guide, we’ll explain how to get to the different towns on the beautiful Amalfi coast by train, bus and by car.
Is Amalfi Coast worth visiting?
Italy is a country that can boast unforgettable landscapes, thousands of kilometers of coastline as well as a lot of towns and villages in the countryside worth visiting.
The Amalfi Coast is the perfect mix of all this. In fact, here there are many places to see, experience to live and traditions to discover.
These are three reasons why you should visit this region: