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Southern Italy without a Car

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We will be 3 adults taking 2 18 yr. olds on a graduation tour of Italy next June. We are planning on flying into Naples and traveling north from there by train. I have been to Rome and north and am comfortable with that but I have not been south of Rome. We have 3 nights to spend in Naples or environs. We want to visit Pompeii and then by sea, the Amalfi coast and Capri. We might stay at an Airbnb apartment or get 2 hotel rooms at under $200/nite budget.

I am at a complete loss right now as to first, where to stay from the Naples airport - Naples or another town and how to get there with luggage? And then how to get around to these places we want to see without a car? Do we need to stay close to a port for sea day trips? If so, can we get to Pompeii from there also?

I should add that 2 of us will be 69 and 81 yrs. old so no strenuous means of getting around is wanted.

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