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Best way to travel from Rome to Positano

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Leaving for Italy in June on mother/daughter trip! For all of you Italy experts out there, can you please tell me if you had it to choose - would you choose to take a bus from Rome to Positano or would you choose to take the train to Naples and then hire a driver from our Positano Hotel to pick us up in Naples and drive us to Positano? I realize it would be considerably cheaper to take the bus - but maybe not quite as enjoyable of an experience. Hiring the driver may be nice - it is more expense and also more "logistics" involved. Is your opinion that it is well worth taking the train and hiring the driver?

Thanks so much!

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