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Thanks for sugesting thatSubmitted by Sunil Shah on Tue, 05/29/2018 - 06:26
Thanks for sugesting that beautiful artical giving so much details.Can you please confirm whether Maratea to Naples is on regional train network ? Are all intercity trains part of regional network ? Are all trains other than hi speed trains under frecca... are part of regional network ?
You can get all the trainSubmitted by alan h on Tue, 05/29/2018 - 14:51
You can get all the train times, and type of train [intercity regional etc] on the German Rail Planner site for european rail timeshttps://www.bahn.com/i/view/index.shtmlAs to whether the trains will be full - who knows, but I wouldn't expect it to be a major problem
I would think you'd be ableSubmitted by clickgail on Fri, 06/29/2018 - 15:46
HI Sunil,Submitted by italyprogetti on Fri, 07/06/2018 - 14:18
HI Sunil,Glad to see you are visiting this part of Italy. Maratea is a special place and you will enjoy it. In MY opinion forget those other places and visit the surrounding region. It may all look close on the map but Maratea in comparison to the the other locations is quite akward for travel. BUT.....if you insist your best bet is to visit the www.trenitalia.com website and put some dates in but I imagine that mid September should be fine because most of the university students and workers have already headed NORTH. Check where you are staying as there are 2 stations in Maratea. If you can get to SAPRI (next main coastal town heading north) you will have more choice. I'm sure there would be local buses as well. All trains will stop there anyway, where you may have to change for other trains. From SAPRI there is also a boat ferry service running through summer that hops along the coast and also goes to CAPRI on selected days but just can't remember the name.Amalfi coast best option is to get train to SALERNO or check that boat ferry service. Sorrento either Salerno or Naples.Pompeii is an all day event and there are actual buses going to Naples that drop you off at the gates but these leave from towns which are inland a bit (Rivello, Lagonegro etc), otherwise on the train via Salerno and Napoli.Check also www.maratea.infoHope this helps and ENJOY!!!
Thanks for the detailed replySubmitted by Sunil Shah on Mon, 07/09/2018 - 03:18
In reply to HI Sunil, by italyprogetti