Plan your trip to the Amalfi Coast

Amalfi Coast useful information to help you plan your vacation

How to get to the Amalfi Coast, Italy, by bus, car, ferry, cruise, and plana


The tourism information office of Amalfi Coast

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How to see the best of Amalfi Coast, whether you have half a day or a full week

The Amalfi Coast, with an inset showing its relationship to the Bay of Naples

From the Amalfi Coast bus to ferries, tours to driving in Amalfi Coast

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When to go to the Amalfi Coast

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The most useful hints, tips, and advice for a Amalfi Coast trip

Transportation options to and within Italy (Photo icons courtesy of AIGA, illustration by Reid Bramblett)

Getting to Italy and getting around Italy: trains, planes, rental cars, low-cost airlines and long-distance coaches

Travel info (Photo by Bobafred)

Tourist information, guidebooks, maps, tips for niche groups (students, LGBT, seniors, disabled, etc.), and more in Italy

This McDonald's in Sicily offers free and unlimited WiFi (not that you should eat there, but you can pick up its signal just fine sitting on the sea wall across the street)

Keeping in touch while traveling—Cellphones and Skype, mail and roaming fees, and how to call to, from, and within Italy

Be smart. Don't leave your bag on the bar; some places have purse hooks (just be sure you keep it between your knees as you sit, and take it with you when you use the bathroom)

From emergency numbers and hospitals to pickpockets and general safety issues


From credit cards, cash, and ATMS to VAT refunds, travelers checks, and customs limits in Italy

Transportation options to and within Italy

All those boring but necessary travel details: passports, entry visas, trip insurance, health insurance, customs regulations, and all the other super-fun pre-trip preparations

Not my gear, but pretty close to what I pack (save the helmet) (Photo by cmor15)

From travel speciality clothes and gear to bags and currency converters