"Giovanni was great. Patient with finding us all leaving Pompeii, recommending a local restaurant, and getting us to the train on time. Would definitely highly recommend."
Enjoy the ease of a luxury transfer from the airport, train station, or hotel in Rome via air-conditioned Mercedes sedan or minivan to Amalfi or Ravello on the Amalfi Coast or Salerno (or vice versa)
Departure from: Amalfi, Ravello, Rome, Salerno
Duration 4 hours
from 15 October 2017 to 31 December 2021 (All days)
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
- Mineral water
- Baby car seats on request
- Bilingual driver
- Luxury vehicle
- Flexible pick-up location
- For night transfers (10pm to 7am), we apply a €30 supplement.
Your 3 hour transfer will be by sedan or minivan, based on the number of passengers. Please indicate the time your plane or train arrives or departs, so we can best organize your transfer.
Provided by: Top Excursion Sorrento (Sorrento)
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