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This is our family's 1st trip to Italy (Europe for that matter!) We will be in Naples for the last week in November and wanted to take a day trip to the Almafi Coast. What is the most economical way for a family of 2 adults & 2 kids (11 & 15) to get there?

I was looking into the Sita website but I'm not understanding it too well. I don't see a bus leaving Naples that goes straight into Amalfi, it seems we'll need to change buses, is that right???

Also, any recommendations on sights to see/places to eat/ etc...?

Any help will be GREATLY appreciated!!!

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