How to get in Positano one of Italy’s most well known and picturesque tourist towns.
How get to Positano from Sorrento by bus or by Ferry or by Private driver
Catch a SITA bus from Sorrento Train Station to Positano, however, on Sundays and from perhaps mid-June until August and during the week ends, the bus becomes very crowded so you could consider taking an earlier bus perhaps before 10:30 am. Or during the summertime a fast ferry (Aliscafo in italian) from Sorrento to Positano.
Before get on board, you need to buy an E3 ticket for € 1,80 from any tobacconist or newspaper shop and then stamp your ticket when you board at the machine nearby the driver.
If you do not care to much about money, you could also take a fast ferry from Sorrento to Positano (metro del Mare) its runs from May until mid-Oct.
You can walk down to the Port from the stairs on Piazza Tasso (on the back of the Touristic train stop) or take a taxi or Shuttle bus down to Sorrento Marina Piccola where you can buy tickets and catch the ferry.
Book a driver
this is the best way to visit the Amalfi coast, you can Book a Private driver for your Amalfi Coast day trip, the prices for a Minivan for up to 8 persons are € 50 per hour, it take at least 4-5 hours, the driver are english fluently, and they will be happy to show you the Best things to see along the coast.
When the weather is bad and the seas rough, the Ferries won’t run, so the SITA bus or a private driver would be the alternative way to reach Positano and Amalfi.
Positano is also famous for its highly original fashion clothing in distinctive fabrics sold in many of the charming boutiques. You need to visit the little town on foot to appreciate its pretty narrow streets, pastel-coloured houses and endless steps carved out of the rock.