The easiest way to get from Rome to Positano on Amalfi Coast
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For those who may not be familiar, Amalfi Coast is a stretch of coastline sound of the Sorrentine Peninsula overlooking the Gulf of Salerno and the Tyrrhenian sea. Amalfi Coast is named after its principal town of Amalfi. The Amalfi Coast has also been deemed a superb example of a Mediterranean landscape of outstanding cultural value by UNESCO that places it on the World Heritage List.
Although Amalfi Coast is home to 13 cities, the most popular cities that most travelers stay for a slice of this Italian paradise are Positano, Ravello, Amalfi, Maiori, Minori, and Praiano. Anywhere you wish to stay, you will be amazed by the mountains that seem to plunge into the sea in a nail-biting vertical vista of precipitous cliffs, near-vertical dwellings, and verdant woodland.
Getting to and from the Amalfi Coast is down either by boats and ferries or by car or bus. The main transportation hubs for the Amalfi Coast are Naples, Sorrento, and Salerno. This would mean that if you are staying in Rome and relying on public transportation, you would need to take multiple trains, buses, or ferries to arrive at your destination on Amalfi Coast. As you can see, getting from Rome to Amalfi Coast can be time-consuming, confusing, and exhausting especially if you are traveling with children or lots of luggage).
In this Rome travel blog, we will discuss the easiest way to get from Rome to Positano on Amalfi Coast, and how you can benefit from this service to make your family’s Italy vacation effortless.
The easiest way to get from Rome to Positano on Amalfi Coast
Setting aside the complicated business of relying on public transportation such as trains, buses, and ferries, is there a better and easier way to get from Rome to Amalfi Coast? The answer is YES, and we can help!
The quickest, most convenient, and hassle-free way to get from Rome to Amalfi Coast is by private transfer. You will bypass the trains, avoid buses, not have to deal with ferries, and never touch your luggage during your journey. On our Private Long Distance Transfers will simply enjoy a door-to-door service from Rome to Positano, or any other city on Amalfi Coast you will be staying at.
For families or groups of at least 4 traveling together, the cost of reserving a private transfer from Rome to Amalfi Coast would be just slightly higher than traveling by public transportation with the added benefit of enjoying a luxurious comfortable journey from Rome to Amalfi Coast. Plus, private transfer options save you time and energy. You will arrive at your hotel or accommodation on Amalfi Coast rested and excited to begin your Amalfi Coast vacation.
TIPS for booking private transfers from Rome to Amalfi Coast:
Here are some practical tips to keep in mind when booking your private transfer from Rome to Positano or anywhere on Amalfi Coast:
- Our vehicles range from sedans to minivans of a maximum of 8 passengers. An 8-passenger minivan is the largest vehicle allowed to access city centers. Vehicles larger than 8 passengers fall into the bus category and are severely restricted from city centers.
- If you are traveling with friends or family members and are more than 8 persons in total, you will require additional vehicles.
- Sedans that are priced for 1-2 persons can accommodate about 2-3 standard suitcases and up to 2 small carryons. If you will be traveling with extra luggage, you will need to upgrade to a minivan.
- Minivans can accommodate up to 6-7 standard suitcases and up to 6-7 small carryons. If you will be traveling with more luggage than this, you will require a 2nd vehicle to accommodate all the passengers and their luggage safely inside the vehicle.
- Traveling to Italy with children? Children younger than 8 years old will require an age-appropriate child safety seat. If you will not be traveling with your own child seats, we can provide one for you. Just let us know the age and weight of each child and we will be happy to provide you with a complimentary child safety seat.
- Recommended pick-up time for most transfers from Rome to Amalfi Coast is 9 AM. If you prefer a different pick-up time, just mention that in your reservation and your pick-up time will be updated accordingly.
- When booking a transfer from Rome to Amalfi Coast, we will need your complete pick-up address in Rome. In the request box of your booking form, including your complete drop-off address in Positano, or any city you will be staying at on Amalfi Coast.
Need a transfer from Positano to Rome?
We can provide a round trip from Positano to Rome. We will pick you up from your hotel in Positano or in any city on Amalfi Coast and take you to Rome on our luxurious and convenient private transfers.
Need a Transfer from Rome Fiumicino Airport to Positano / Amalfi Coast?
Need a Transfer from Positano / Amalfi Coast to Rome Airport in Fiumicino?
We will be happy to provide you with a safe and reliable transfer from Rome Airport to Positano / Amalfi Coast, or from Positano / Amalfi Coast to Fiumicino Airport. Simply send us an email with your request and our expert staff will be happy to assist you with information, prices, and booking assistance.
Maximize your sightseeing opportunities from Rome to Positano / Amalfi Coast with our Sightseeing Transfers
Did you know that you can make the most of your sightseeing opportunities in Italy by upgrading your Rome to Positano / Amalfi Coast transfer and turning it into a fun-filled day of adventures and exploration with our Sightseeing Transfers in Italy? Sure, we make it easy to get from Rome to Positano on Amalfi Coast, but we also make it FUN!
We offer the following Sightseeing Transfers from Rome to Positano / Amalfi Coast that enhance your day trip to include your favorite places of interest along the way. On these sightseeing transfers, you will have an English-Speaking Driver at your service.
We will pick you up at your hotel or accommodation in Rome, and on your way to Amalfi Coast, you will stop for a 2 Hour visit to Pompeii. We can also reserve a private licensed tour guide for a 2 hour private guided tour of Pompeii for an informative visit.
Why should you book a transfer from Rome to Positano with a stop in Pompeii? Visiting Pompeii from Amalfi Coast is rather challenging and time-consuming. By stopping in Pompeii on your way to Amalfi Coast you can enjoy this world-famous archaeological site saving you time and money.
Upon request, we can also substitute Pompeii for Herculaneum.
We will pick you up at your hotel or accommodation in Rome and on your way to Amalfi Coast you will stop to visit Hadrian’s Villa and Villa d’Este in Tivoli.
Explore the ancient Roman imperial complex built by Ancient Roman Emperor Hadrian at Hadrian’s Villa and stroll through the opulent Renaissance Villa and Italian Gardens of Villa d’Este.
Our sister company Stefano Rome Tours offers a sightseeing transfer from Rome to Amalfi Coast with a visit to the imposing mountain top Montecassino Abbey.
Considered to be the oldest and among most significant monasteries in Europe, Montecassino Abbey was originally founded in 529 AD by Saint Benedict as a simple chapel built on top of the ancient pagan Temple of Apollo. After it was destroyed in WWII, the monastery was rebuilt from scratch using the same ancient blueprints to create a duplicate of this compelling abbey.
Whether you prefer a direct transfer from Rome to Positano, or a Sightseeing Transfer from Rome to Positano, we have you covered. Simply book online, or send us an email if you have any questions or special requests.
Thank you for reading our travel blog the easiest way to get from Rome to Positano on Amalfi Coast, and for choosing Stefano’s RomeCabs for your Italy Tours and Transfers. We look forward to taking you to beautiful places in Italy!
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