Taxi from Naples/Rome
By public transportation from Naples airport/train station
By ferry & hydrofoil
From Sorrento to Positano-Praiano-Amalfi
From Rome to the Amalfi Coast
Map - Meteo in Amalfi Coast
From Fiumicino airport
in Rome there are non-stop metropolitan trains which run every hour from 7.38 until 22.08
which can be used to get to Termini railway station. Tickets cost about Euro 8,00 and can
be bought from vending machines in either the national or international arrival halls or
at railway stations. Tickets are not sold on buses or trains. They may be purchased only
at tobacconists, news agents and at the green kiosks located at main bus stops.
Underground tickets can also be purchased at the stations. Notice that tickets must always
be obliterated when you get in the bus or at the underground station.
SPECIAL TRAIN LEONARDO EXPRESS
Ticket price Euro 8.80
The Leonardo Express train leaves from Roma Termini station every 30 minutes,
each day, from 05.52 to 22.52. The train makes no mid-journey stops.
The Leonardo Express train leaves from Fiumicino Airport station every 30
minutes, each day, from 06.37 to 23.37. The train makes no mid-journey stops.
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dello Stato (National railways) Rome/Naples - Naples/Rome train arrival and
Intercity Ferrovie dello Stato (FS) trains (PHONE: 147/888088
toll-free) run every hour between Rome's Stazione Termini and Naples' Stazione Centrale.
Intercity trains make the trip in less than two hours. Trains take either the inland route
(through Cassino) or go along the coast (via Formia).