Amalfi - the magical coast of Southern Italy, where the sun shines and the food tastes amazing. Amalfi consists of many small villages on the coastline
Travelling around Amalfi
The closest airport to the Amalfi coast is Naples, which is where we had planned to land but courtesy Turkish Airways messing up, we landed up at Rome. The quickest way to get from Rome to Positano which is where we were staying is via Salerno. A high speed train to Salerno which takes 1.5 hours and a Ferry from Salerno to Positano's cute little port (about an hour).
However since our plane got a tad delayed, we would miss the last ferry from Salerno, which would mean a 2.5 hour bus ride. So we took the high speed train to Naples. From Naples there is a smaller train which called the CircumVesuvius, which takes you to Sorrento and from Sorrento there is a SITA bus which took us to Positano. Positano itself has 2 SITA bus stops so check with the place you are staying at before getting down. The lower SITA bus stop gives you access to a walking path from where most of Positano is accessible. Ideally carry very little luggage here as both the CircumVesuvius and the SITA bus are not designed for large suitcases which unfortunately we were carrying.