GETTING TO RAVELLO
By car from Rome
▼ Fastest route
The shortest route, with the least traffic and a good view of Naples: on the Rome-Naples motorway, exit Caserta Sud take the A30. Exit at Nocera-Pagani. Follow the indications for “Valico di Chiunzi” and “Costiera Amalfitana”, reaching Ravello by the pass (valico).
▼ Slower, more scenic route
At Caserta Sud take the A30 and proceed towards Salerno as far as the Vietri sul Mare exit. Follow the indications for “Costiera Amalfitana” and “Ravello”, passing through Cetara, Maiori and Minori. This road is very panoramic, but can have a lot of traffic, especially at weekends.
By car from Naples
Take the A3 Napoli-Pompei-Salerno motorway. Exit at Angri Sud. Follow the indications for “Valico di Chiunzi”and “Costiera Amalfitana”, reaching Ravello by the pass (valico).
By car from the South
Coming from the South (A3) take the Salerno exit. Continue to Vietri and then follow the beautiful Amalfi coast road for 25 kilometres to the turn-off for Ravello.
Alight at the station of Napoli (56 km) or Salerno (30 km). You can reach Ravello by taxi or bus of the Sita company.
By ferry or jetfoil
From Naples, Salerno, Positano, Sorrento, Capri and Ischia you can arrive at Amalfi by jetfoil, enjoying one of the most breath-taking coastlines in the world. From Amalfi you can reach Ravello (7 km) by taxi or bus of the Sita company.