I plan to visit Rome for six days in March. I would like to take a train to visit Pompeii on one of my days. I was wondering if anyone has done this and also taken some time to visit Naples on the same day. I haven't checked train time schedules yet, but I am willing to leave very early in the morning and get back to Rome very late at night.
Was wondering what area the train stops in Naples, what is nearby to see and how much you can see of Naples for a couple hours. I would really like to get to the coast at some point, to collect a small jar of some sand or rocks. Just something I like to bring home from any trip to a different body of water.
Thanks in advance for any opinions or advice!
Train trip from Rome to Pompeii question
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