Hotel Villa Lara

Via delle Cartiere, 1bis, Amalfi, Amalfi Coast, 84010, Italy
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Amalfi to Avellino

by scooterguyct

I am going to be staying in Amalfi for 4 days. I want to visit the village my wife's grandfather comes from. He was from Sant' Angelo all'esca in Avellino.
anyone know about a bus or a train that might go there. I can even go from Sorrento. HELP PLEASE

Re: Amalfi to Avellino

by swissfondue

There is a regional train from Amalfi to Avellino with a change at Nocera Inferiore. The trip takes under two hours.

It would be quicker to take the bus. SITA has a weekday service Amalfi - Salerno then change bus - Avellino. In my experience, buses sometimes dont keep to timetables though.

It would also be a pleasant drive if you have access to a car.

Re: Amalfi to Avellino

by mccalpin

The info on the trenitalia website is a bit misleading - the town of Amalfi actually doesn't have any rail service...When you enter 'Amalfi' as a starting point for a rail solution, it changes it to 'Vietri Sul Mare-Amalfi'.

Vietri Sul Mare (where this rail station is) is practically in Salerno, so you will have to take the SITA bus from Amalfi to Vietri Sul Mare anyway, or better, just take the bus all the way to Salerno so you won't have to change trains (or less likely to). I am not sure, but I would expect the SITA bus to set you down near the train station in Salerno.

Or you can just take the bus all the way (I didn't look that up)...


Travel Tips for Amalfi

Cathedral steps

by sandysmith

Sitting on the steps of the cathedral was a nostalgic fond memory as I recalled sitting here on these same steps 18 years before as a young bride....ahhh. It also puts the size of the cathedral into perspective. In case you are wondering there are 57 steps up to the cathedral.
Today the cathedral is a popular place for wedddings and many brides can be seen posing on the steps in this stunning setting for their wedding pictures....but this photographer still only had eyes for his bride ;-)

A Little Bay near Esmarelda Grotto

by unravelau

There are many sights to see while travelling down the Amalfi Coast and probably lots more than those that I saw. We were dependent upon the bus driver to stop at good spots (another reason why I will drive next time). This was one of those spots.

Another great restaurant in Minori

by xstacey about Giardinello

The atomosphere of this restaurant was actually better than the food. There is a fantastic outdoor dining area and the staff were friendly - offering us bruscetta and limoncello complimentary. We both had pasta dishes that were very good.

Cathedral Sant Adrea

by sandysmith

The cathedral of Amalfi, dedicated to Saint Andrew, is built in "romanesque-amalfitan" style - completely amalfitan that adds to the romanesque elements of Moorish and Byzantine art. The original structure dates back to the 9th century but was completely rebuilt in 1203.

The architecture.....UNBELIEVABLE !!

by Pawtuxet

Suddenly you turn to see a cave-like orifice with the front of a house protruding out of the rocks. They are truly cave dwellers here....with most of the house being inside the mountain while only the front is visible. We saw lots of statues and religious shrines which I wish we could have investigated more closely. The density is such and you are moving along through it so quickly that it's hard to take it all in fast enough. Walking the road would be the only way to really see it, but I'd be scared to death to walk a road like that. Imagine raising a family in one of those would have to keep your kids on a leash!! Yikes!


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 Hotel Villa Lara

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Address: Via delle Cartiere, 1bis, Amalfi, Amalfi Coast, 84010, Italy