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2014 Ferry Boat Schedules Salerno/Amalfi/Positano Just Released

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The ferry boat service between Salerno (Concordia Dock), Amalfi and Positano will start up once again on April 2, 2014:

http://www.travelmar.it/downloads/orari_Aprile2014.pdf

(This is the same service as the Cooperativa Sant'Andrea)

The Concordia Dock is located 800 meters from the Salerno train station, reachable on foot in 10 minutes.

Make sure that your train from Rome or further north arrives in Salerno in time to safely connect to this ferry boat to Amalfi or Positano!

When the ferries don't run because of bad weather, you can reach Amalfi and Positano by hourly SITA bus from the Salerno train station.

www.sitasudtrasporti.it

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