Transfer from Rome to Positano and viceversa

Private transfer: Rome ↔︎ Positano

from € 45,00

Transfer from Rome to Positano and viceversa​

Private transfer: Rome ↔︎ Positano

Transfer from Rome to Positano 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

Book a transfer

"*" indicates required fields

Pickup Informatons*
DD slash MM slash YYYY
✓ Valid number ✕ Invalid number
Payment Method
Your payment will be processed by credit card via Stripe.

Transfer from Rome to Positano and viceversa​

About Positano

Positano is a coastal town located on the Amalfi coast in Campania, Italy. Its history dates back to ancient times, with the presence of prehistoric and Roman populations.

During the Middle Ages, Positano was an important center of fishing and maritime trade, with trade links with the Amalfi Republic and Arabia.

Over the following centuries, Positano went through a period of decline, but in the twentieth century it returned to being a world-famous tourist destination, thanks to the beauty of its beaches, its landscapes and its culture. Positano has become famous for being a world-famous tourist destination and for its artistic ceramics.

Today it is one of the main tourist destinations in Campania.

Transfer from rome to positano - panorama
Transfer from Rome to Positano - Panorama - Photo by
Cercamic shop positano
Cercamic Shop Positano - Photo by

Transfer from Rome to Positano and viceversa​

What to see in Positano?

Positano is a coastal town located on the Amalfi coast in Campania, Italy. There are many things to see and do in Positano, including:

  • Spiaggia Grande: the main beach of Positano, with golden sand and crystal clear water.
  • Church of Santa Maria Assunta: a Baroque church located on top of a hill with a panoramic view of the city.
  • Ristorante da Adolfo: a restaurant famous for its Mediterranean cuisine and its view of the bay of Positano.
  • Sentiero degli Dei: a hiking trail that offers spectacular views of the Amalfi coast.
  • Ceramic shops: Positano is famous for its artistic ceramics, and there are many shops selling local ceramics.
  • Paper Museum: a small museum that shows how paper is produced by hand according to the local tradition.