How to get to Positano - useful tips
If you want to visit Positano, it’s better to plan your route before and decide how to get to Positano or, if you like, how to get to the Amalfi Coast choosing the means you are going to travel with to ensure there are appropriate connections with Positano or more generally, with the Amalfi Coast. The possibilities are diverse since there are alternative ways of transport to reach Positano and the Amalfi Coast from both different places in the Campania region as well as its main tourist attractions.
Before choosing the connections Naples - Positano (and of course, the connection Positano - Salerno), it would be wise to ascertain what is most important to you in getting to Positano, that is, would you prefer a fast mode of transport to Positano, or would you prefer a more leisurely drive where you can enjoy the view and breathtaking landscapes that lend their character famously to the Amalfi Coast and the villages and towns thereof (Amalfi, Atrani, Cetara, Conca dei Marini, Erchie, Furore, Maiori, Minori, Positano, Praiano, Ravello, Scala, Vietri sul Mare), or the wonderful tourist resorts on the Sorrentine Peninsula, Sorrento in particular.
Whatever your choice, travel options to Positano are many and diverse. If you are hoping to arrive in Positano by plane, please be aware that there is no airport in Positano and that the nearest is in Naples, known as Capodichino Airport.
If your choice is to go by train to Positano, you need to know that there are three different stations in Naples. If you are coming to the Amalfi Coast travelling from the south, there is also a railway station in Salerno.
If you are travelling by car, or by sea, to Positano we suggest you to consult the detailed pages for these modes of transport.