Transfer from Rome to Positano and viceversa

Private transfer: Rome ↔︎ Amalfi

from € 45,00

Transfer from Rome to Amalfi and viceversa​

Private transfer: Rome ↔︎ Amalfi

Transfer from Rome to Amalfi can be a challenging and tiring journey. It can take a minimum of five hours from the moment you land at the airport in Rome to reach the coast, and that’s only if everything runs smoothly.

To begin, you must take the Leonardo Express train from Fiumicino Airport to Termini Station in Rome’s city center. From there, you will need to transfer to a train bound for Naples, and then take another local train from Naples to Sorrento. Finally, you will take a bus from Sorrento to Positano or Amalfi.

For this reason choosing our Private Transfer from Rome to Positano is vice versa, it is the simplest and best solution-

Transfer Details

Important Informations

  • Daytime hours: from 06:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
  • Nighttime hours: from 10:01 p.m. to 5:59 a.m. (20% supplement)

Information about departure time at the hotel

  • If you contract the transfer service, we recommend requesting the pick-up at the hotel 2 and a half hours before the flight.
  • Journey time to Ciampino is approximately 30 minutes, and 40 minutes to Fiumicino.

Maximum waiting time for the motorist

  • Airport: up to 1h 30min after flight arrival (inform correctly the time and flight number).
  • Station: up to 30 minutes after the arrival of the train. (inform correctly the time and train number).
  • Hotel / address: up to 15 minutes after the reservation time. (in the case of apartments or B&B, wait in front of the given address).


When you make the reservation, just present the email to the driver on the day of the transfer.

We do not charge any costs during the booking process. Payment for the transfer will be made directly to the driver on the day of your arrival.

To cancel your reservation, just contact us by phone or whatsapp and notify our customer service.

To contact us you can use whatsapp by clicking on the icon at the bottom right of the screen.

Or you can call us on +17865917811 from USA.

If, on the other hand, you need to contact us from Italy or the European Union, you can call us on +393481132358

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Transfer from Rome to Amalfi and viceversa​

About Amalfi

The Amalfi Coast is a coastal region located in Campania, Italy. The history of the area begins with the founding of the maritime city-states of Amalfi, Ravello and Positano in the 9th century. These cities became powerful trading centers due to their location along the Mediterranean sea lanes.

Over the following centuries, the Amalfi Coast was ruled by various powers, including Normans, Swabians and Bourbons. In the 19th century, the area became a tourist destination for the European upper class and aristocracy, attracted by the natural beauty of the coast and the ancient cities.

Today, the Amalfi Coast is famous for its natural beauty, breathtaking landscapes and historic towns, and is a very popular tourist destination.

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Transfer from Rome to Amalfi and viceversa​

What to see in Amalfi?

The Amalfi Coast offers many tourist attractions to visit. Here are some of the main things to see in the area:

  • Positano: Positano is one of the most popular towns on the Amalfi Coast, with its colorful buildings along the coast, its sandy beaches and its fashion boutiques.
  • Ravello: Ravello is a town located on a hill above Amalfi and Positano, famous for its gardens, medieval villas and the famous Ravello Opera House.
  • Grotta dello Smeraldo: The Grotta dello Smeraldo is a sea cave located near Conca dei Marini, famous for its crystal clear waters and the emerald green light that reflects on the rock.
  • Path of the Gods: The Path of the Gods is a hiking trail that crosses the Amalfi Coast, offering panoramic views of the coast and the natural landscapes of the area.
  • Limoncello: The Amalfi coast is also famous for the production of Limoncello, an alcoholic liqueur made from lemons, it is possible to have a tasting of this product and visit a Limoncello factory.
  • Cetara: small town located on the Amalfi coast, famous for tuna fishing and for the production of anchovies.