Rome to Amalfi Coast Road Trip: Visiting the UNESCO World Heritage sites in Italy

Rome to Amalfi Coast Road Trip

How to Rome to Amalfi Coast Road Trip. The Amalfi Coast road, the SS163, is a 50km spectacular stretch of tarmac, hugging the cliffs and coves of the Tyrrhenian Sea. We provide a private transfer from Rome to the Amalfi Coast and if you Need a private car with driver to take you to Positano or one of the other towns on the Amalfi Coast you are in right place!

One of our english speaking drivers will collect you at the prearranged address in Rome. If you are just arriving in Italy, we can also pick you at Fiumicino or Ciampino airport, or the port of Civitavecchia if you are arriving by the cruise ship. After having settled you on board and organizing your luggage we will leave Rome and head onto the A1 motorway heading in the direction of Naples. After approx 2 hours we will passing by the town of Cassino and its beautiful Abbey – a stop here can be organized in advance. Is also others 2 beautiful stop opportunities Along the way, you can take time to visit the City of Naples or the world famous ruins of Pompei with an authorized tourist guide. Each stop lasts approximately 2 hours.

If you’re planning a Rome to Amalfi Coast Road Trip in a car private enjoy your trip with our driver, it will undoubtedly be very busy in the summer.

This slither of gravity-defying road runs from the Sorrento peninsula to Salerno, twisting and winding it’s way past pastel painted villages and the most incredible views. This is surely one of the best bucket list driving roads in Europe.

When Trip the Amalfi Coast
So beautiful is this UNESCO World Heritage Site stretch of road that people come from all over the world to travel along it, and many say it is the most beautiful places in Italy because of the rugged scenery, lush landscapes and turquoise blue seas.The absolute best time for driving the Amalfi Coast is April and very early May or late October into November. If you have to travel in peak season, go early in the morning or on a weekday.

Sorrento – The Starting Point

Sorrento is the unofficial starting point of any Amalfi Coast road trip itinerary. Head for Piazza Tasso where you’ll find pretty shops, restaurants and bars. The piazza is the hub of the city and a perfect spot to indulge in a little people watching. Take a walk through the historic town, full of narrow alleys and home to the Chiesa di San Francesco, a fourteenth century church with a tranquil cloister.

Positano, the most famous and recognisable of the Amalfi Coast towns, is the first you will arrive at later from Sorrento. Pastel coloured houses stacked higgledy-piggledy down to the sea. From the road, it’s hard to see where people might walk and enjoy the town, such is the intimacy of the buildings.

Take a wander through the maze of steep streets and steps to find charming hotels, restaurants and interesting independent boutiques and shops. Il Sentiero degli Dei (The Path of The Gods) is an incredible and famous hiking trail in the hills behind Positano.

Positano to Amalfi should take about an hour, but plan on it taking at least two as you stop for photos and traffic! You might also want to stop and see the Grotto della Smeraldo (Emerald Cave), which you can find by taking the stairs down at kilometre marker 24, just outside the fishing village of Conca dei Marini and about 5km before you reach Amalfi itself.

Amalfi is a hugely popular holiday resort and the largest of the coastal towns along the road. It has less of a luxe feel than Positano but is no less attractive. The pretty seafront, with its many cafes and elegant boutiques give this town a buzz and it’s easier to navigate than Positano; meandering rather than hurtling to the sea at its foot.

Head for Piazza del Duomo, in front of the striking cathedral and enjoy a coffee or gelato before taking the steps up to the church. Dedicated to St. Andrew, the Duomo di Sant’Andrea is a tranquil and beautiful place. Inside is the hidden Cloister of Paradise, dating back to 1266, with a army of columns, Arabesque arches and an amazing fresco.

Amalfi has a fascinating history as a maritime republic, whose importance was equal to coastal Pisa, Venice and Genoa. It was a trade bridge between the Byzantine and western worlds for centuries and the town is packed with graceful his.


BOOKING – Rome to Amalfi Coast Road Trip

Due to our actual presence in the airports of Rome, we are able to ensure a timely pick up and drop off at Rome Fiumicino and Rome Ciampino airports, to and from any destination, providing quality service and always on time for our clients and your customers or guests.

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