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Capri, Pompeii, Amalfi in 3 days with Naples as base...

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Hello all

I have 3 days in Naples in Mid sept. I plan to utilise them as under :

Day 1: Leave Rome early, arrive Naples by 0830h. Drop luggage at hostel. Catch ferry for Capri Island at 1000h. (My hostel is walking distance from Beverello). Spend the remaining day at Capri Island and visit Blue Grotto too. Catch ferry back at 1900h.

Day 2: Early morning circumvesuvian train Naples-Sorrento. Hire a scooter/move by bus Sorrento-Positano-Amalfi and back. Catch return train at 1900h.

Day 3 : Early circumvesuvian to Pompeii Scavi. Visit Pompeii, if time permits Vesuvius. Head back to Naples. I have a flight in evening from Naples airport at 1915h.

I know my planning is ambitious with an aim to see it all.

Few questions:
- Is it feasible and worth it ?
- Hows the public transportation as my entire planning is based around it ??

Looking forward to practical tips from people who've been in the area.

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