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Posted on: October 09, 2008 at 12:45AM

All the books and travel folk say don't rent a car...they are spot on. When we rented a villa in Minori we had a driver pick us up the road along the coast is very narrow andonly 2 lanes wide people will attempt to pass you even with a bus in the other lane, They drive like nuts. Take the public transportation it's cheap you get an all day pass at the tabac or if your purse allows hire a driver. report a problem

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Posted on: March 28, 2011 at 8:08PM

do drive - the road is easily wide enough for two vehicles, sealed, and well barricaded from the steep cliffs. the local drivers and bus operators know the roads perfectly and can drive faster - only to be anticipated, and certainly not a threat to tourist drivers. one can never appreciate the beauty of this region from the aisle seat of a SITA bus. in our 60's, we drove from Rome through Sorrento to Positano, Amalfi, Ravello, and Vietre with no problem at all.

Posted on: March 26, 2011 at 8:08AM

Yes the Amalfi drive scared us for all the curves it has and for the "Speedy" local drivers, so we preferred to hire a car with driver also to avoid parking problems (especially in Ravello and Positano). We had then a fantastic experience with a Company called Shore Excursions and Tours and our driver, very professional and with a safe drive, took us to discover all the beauties of this unique place in the world. We stopped at Ravello, up on the mountain where we had lunch at "Salvatore" local Trattoria with an amazing view on the coast...good prices and then Positano, according to me the nicest town there and then Sorrento on the other Coast where we ended up. You can contact them at:

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Posted on: August 26, 2009 at 4:17PM

I agree completely! We took a bus tour and it was absolutely fabulous! We took 10 1/2 hours, and enjoyed every minute of it. The views are astounding, shopping good, and restaurants and hotels were marvelous. If you Do take a bus tour, do as we were warned. Leave from Naples and sit on the passenger side (not the driver side) of the bus. You will certainly have the best views and pictures!

Posted on: August 16, 2009 at 7:35PM

La bella vista! Take a local bus from Salerno to Amalfi. You will not regret the time spent enjoying the beautiful sights instead of worrying about cars and cliffs.

Posted on: November 05, 2008 at 7:20PM

Always take a few ziploc plastic bags of varying sizes with you to any place. They take up little space and can be used for all kinds of things: packing damp clothing, carrying a snack, sneaking seed pods to bring home (USA only), carrying a damp wash cloth if it's hot, putting your wet toothbrush in, - you'll think of more, I promise!

Posted on: October 13, 2008 at 11:06AM

Are you kidding? We drove the Amalfi Coast and loved it. I learned why Europeans like F1 and Americans NASCAR.I think that if you're a little apprehensive of the driving - follow a bus and stop at all the lookouts.

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