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Cumae/Baia/Pozzuoli Daytrip, Transport & General Info?

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I will be staying by the Naples Centrale Train Station (March02-3rd visit) so I'll have easy access to the metro & buses.
The connection info to & between these sites from my guidebooks is leaving me frazzled:). I have choices of the metro, SEPSA buses and 2 local commuter trains (Cumana & Circumflegrea). Plus getting to the actual sites from the stations or bus stops. Any 1st hand transportation info?
I was thinking of going to the furthest site 1st (Cumae) for 9am opening. Then too Baia and finally to Pozzuoli. In Pozzuoli I'll want to visit the Solfatara Crater (taxi,bus,walk?) and the Amphitheatre plus any other outdoor ruins if I have time & daylight. Also any info on the sites esp must-sees, often overlooked, not listed, tidbits, etc? TIA Regards, Walter

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