Visit the beautiful
But first, let’s get you there.
Amalfi at a glance
Whether you want to visit the coastal town of Sorrento and taste its divine lemons (or, let’s face it, it’s famous limoncello) or catch a glimpse at the breathtaking view of the Amalfi coast, you’re in for quite a treat.
This perfect location for a romantic getaway will allow you to get lost in a picturesque maze of narrow streets, soak up fascinating history, and eat delicious mozzarella di bufala.
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The ultimate guide to transportation in the Amalfi Coast
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If you choose to take a ferry, the ride will take an average of 1.5 hours, depending on the service and your departure location.
If you choose a private or shared transfer, the ride will take an average of 1.5 hours as well.
Choosing the private transfer option, you will be picked up and dropped off according to your predefined instructions. Your ride will be smooth with no stops along the way (you know, unless you need a toilet break.)
Shared transfers will stop for pick ups and drop offs along the way.
When it comes to taking a ferry, it really depends on the route you chose. When stops are made along the way, their purpose is for passenger pick up and drop off only, which would take up to 10 minutes.
Yes. Your pick up and drop off locations are determined by you.
Depending on the supplier. In most cases, you’ll be able to take your bike and your pet with you, but you should check on Bookaway’s website.
Not really. At Bookaway we do not offer tour guides, but your private transfer will come with an English speaking driver who would be happy to answer questions and tell you about the scenery.
No. Ferries in this region operate between April to September.
With shared transfers, passengers are allowed to bring 1 suitcase and 1 carry on luggage per passenger.
Most ferry suppliers allow 1 suitcase per passenger. Bringing additional luggage will cost a bit extra, according to the supplier’s policy.