Italy's Amalfi Coast: Everything You Need to Know

Italy's Amalfi Coast: Everything You Need to Know

How much to budget, what to do, where to stay and more on the Amalfi Coast! Thanks to Squarespace for sponsoring this video! Head to to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain using code LEXIELIMITLESS

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I don’t recommend renting a car to travel around the Amalfi Coast. Driving along the coast is stressful and very expensive. Parking is mainly for residents, very difficult to have a car here unless your hotel includes a parking space. For transportation from Naples, there are a few options:

You can book a private transfer from the airport which costs around 35 euros per person. This is the best option if you have a lot of luggage but its expensive, however it is still cheaper than a car rental.

There are no direct trains but the best way to get to the coast in my opinion is to take a local train from the Naples train station to Sorrento or to Solarno if you want to start on the opposite side of the coast. Then you can take a ferry or a Sita bus to your specific destination which costs between 5-9 euros per person.

While exploring the different villages, use the local bus system to get between towns which costs only around 1 euro! Renting a scooter costs around 60 euros per day

The Amalfi Coast is one of the most expensive summer destinations in Europe.

 Main dishes will usually run 15-25€ at a minimum. A glass of wine will be 6-9€. The high season for visiting the Amalfi Coast in Italy is from June to August, I recommend visiting in September.

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