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Atrani/Amalfi to Naples/Pompeii

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I would like to try to see the National Archeological Museum in Naples and Pompeii in one day from our B&B in Atrani. I am thinking of taking the Sita bus to Salerno, then train to Napoli Centrale. Metro to museum, hopefully arriving close to opening time. Spend about 3 hours, grab a slice of pizza, then take metro to Napoli Centrale and catch the Napoli-Sorrento Circumvesuviana line, getting off at Pompeii - Villa dei Misterii (hopefully by 3 at the latest).

At closing, catch the Napoli-Sorrento Circumvesuviana line to Sorrento, and from Sorrento, catching SITA bus (does it run late?) from Sorrento to Amalfi/Atrani.

Is this too ambitious? Am I better off hiring a private car service or tour? We have only 4 full days in Amalfi, with one day each already planned for Ravello, Amalfi, and the Walk of the Gods.

Thanks.

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