The best way to find a cheap bus ticket from Rome to Amalfi is to book your journey as far in advance as possible and to avoid traveling at rush hour.
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Of the 5 buses that leave Rome for Amalfi every day 5 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.
|Distance||140 miles (225 km)|
|Average bus duration||3 h 45 min|
|Average bus ticket price||$19 (€17)|
|Bus providers||Marozzi, Infobus, El Pilar, TTI Leonettibus, Marino Autolinee, Express Bus, Itabus, FlixBus or BlaBlaCar|
Buses from Rome to Amalfi cover the 140 miles (225 km) long trip taking on average 3 h 45 min with our travel partners like Marozzi, Infobus, El Pilar, TTI Leonettibus, Marino Autolinee, Express Bus, Itabus, FlixBus or BlaBlaCar. There are direct bus services available. You can get the cheapest bus tickets for this trip for as low as $2 (€2), but the average price of bus tickets is $19 (€17). Travelers depart most frequently from Rome, Termini (G) and arrive in Amalfi, Piazza Flavio Gioia.
Travel from Rome to Amalfi from $2 (€2) with Omio’s bus partners Marino Autolinee, FlixBus and Marozzi! You can find the best schedules and tickets when comparing and booking the most affordable journey for you.
FlixBus is one of the most popular low-cost bus companies in Europe. Founded in Germany, FlixBus has expanded its services throughout Europe and even to the United States, giving travelers in both continents the option to take a long-distance bus at an affordable price. FlixBus also operates overnight buses on select routes throughout Europe. FlixBus offers only the Standard ticket for all its routes, which allows you to bring one carry-on bag and one checked bag per person. Additional fees apply for bringing extra luggage and making specific seat reservations, such as if you want to book an Extra Seat, Table Seat or the Panorama Seat. Standard amenities onboard include free Wi-Fi, power outlets to charge your phone, tablet or laptop during long bus journeys, extra legroom, luggage space and toilets.
While there aren’t services providing buses from Rome to Amalfi directly, there are options departing Rome and arriving within a few miles of Amalfi. Passengers traveling the 172 mile (277 km) journey can choose from buses arriving at one of seven locations: Cava de' Tirreni, Cimitero Maiori; Angri, Dei Goti; Nocera Inferiore, via G. Atzori; Salerno, Cavaliero; Salerno, Piazza Montpellier/Viale Antonio Gramsci; Fisciano, Terminal Università; and, Salerno, Piazza della Concordia. With multiple proximate destinations and companies servicing the route, passengers will benefit from having several options available daily that run between about 2h 30min and 4h.
Passengers looking to travel by bus from Rome to Amalfi will find that the bus journey to the nearby stations can take anywhere from about 2h 30min to 3h 50min. While there is a discrepancy in duration, passengers will be able to enjoy a direct service that does not require any transfers.
With a multitude of available destinations from which to choose, passengers can expect anywhere from just over 10 to almost 30 services departing from Rome for towns near to Amalfi each day, with a few departing simultaneously a various points throughout the day. Combined, the bus companies offer more than 150 routes weekly. Travelers will find that service during the weekdays is more abundant, with options available in the mornings, afternoons and early evenings. During the weekends, service is reduced, with more options available in the mornings on Saturdays and the evenings on Sundays. Typically, the first daily departure is around 4:45 a.m. and the final departure is around 2:30 p.m., 5:40 p.m. or 8:30 p.m.
Departure bus station: When taking a bus from Rome to Amalfi, passengers will depart from Tiburtina Station. To make the nearly 2-mile (3-km) trip to the station from the city center, there are taxis available, which take about 7min. Alternatively, city buses operated by ATAC are available, including the nMB, nMB1, and a combination of the 61 and 62; city buses take between 17min and 25min. Tiburtina Station is also connected to the Rome subway line B. At Tiburtina Station there are amenities like shops, ATMs, ticket desks and restrooms.
Arrival bus station: Buses delivering passengers to the Amalfi area will arrive at one of seven stations. From Cava de' Tirreni, Cimitero Maiori you can get to Amalfi via local bus: for example, take BusItalia Campania’s 009 and change to the 5120 Sita Sud in Salerno. From Angri, Dei Goti, take BusItalia Campania’s 050 and change to the 5120 Sita Sud in Salerno. From Nocera Inferiore, via G. Atzori, take Sita Sud 5010, changing to the 5120 in Maiori. Passengers arriving in Salerno, Cavaliero take a quick ride on BusItalia Campania’s 012, changing to the 5120 Sita Sud. From Salerno, Piazza Montpellier/Viale Antonio Gramsci, take the Sita Sud 5180 to Concordia, then hop on the 5120 at Corso Garibaldi, 118. Travelers heading to Amalfi from Fisciano, Terminal Università can take the SITAsud straight to Salerno, then grab the Sita Sud 5120 at Vinciprova 2. Finally, from Salerno, Piazza della Concordia, it’s a straight ride along the Sita Sude 5120. All stations have ticket counters and restrooms.
There are four companies that provide travelers with options for buses from Rome to Amalfi, including TTI Leonettibus, MarinoBus, FlixBus and InterSaj. While all the service providers do offer direct routes to various destinations near to Amalfi, only TTI Leonettibus presents travelers with a multitude of options throughout the day, every day of the week. MarinoBus does offer daily trips, but the choice is limited to a single service each morning. Additionally, both FlixBus and InterSaj offer fewer options each week.
The TTI Leonettibus bus company accommodates passengers who are journeying to Amalfi by offering several options departing from Rome’s Tiburtina Station each day. All of the routes on the TTI Leonettibus schedule run directly, and their durations range from about 2h 30min to 3h 15min. Typically, the first TTI Leonettibus departing from Rome will leave around 6:30 a.m. or 9:00 a.m., with the exceptions being Thursday and Friday, when TTI Leonettibus only offers afternoon and evening services—on these days, the first departure is around 1:00 p.m. The company’s final bus typically departs around 6:30 p.m. during the weekdays, around 8:30 p.m. on Thursdays through Saturdays, then as late as about 10:30 p.m. on Sundays. Because there are a range of destinations toward which the buses leave, TTI Leonettibus often has multiple buses departing simultaneously roughly every other hour from the same station. The buses will arrive at one of five stations: Angri, Dei Goti; Nocera Inferiore, via G. Atzori; Cava de' Tirreni, Cimitero Maiori; Salerno, Cavaliero; or, Salerno, Piazza Montpellier/Viale Antonio Gramsci. To get a refund for you ticket, a cancelation request must be made online at least 24 hours prior to the departure time; refunds will be granted, minus 10% of the ticket price. No refunds are granted for unused tickets.
MarinoBus typically operates one service a day each day of the week, including on the weekends. The bus departs from Rome’s Tiburtina Station roughly around 4:45 a.m. and then arrives at Salerno, Piazza Montpellier/Viale Antonio Gramsci at around 8:30 a.m. The approximately 3h 50min journey runs directly, so passengers do not have to worry about transferring buses when they select this service option. Passengers who require a refund must formally make a refund request online; refunds will be made to the original form of payment and a 30% fee will be deducted.
FlixBus provides passengers with a handful options each week—typically on Saturdays, Sundays and Tuesdays. The company’s services depart from Rome’s Tiburtina Station, usually around about 7:40 a.m. and arrive at Salerno, Piazza della Concordia around 11:30 a.m. The roughly 3h 50min bus trip runs directly, but does include one stop along the way at Metropark Centrale in Naples, when the driver lets passengers board and disembark. All refunds granted by FlixBus take the form of a voucher that is good for 12 months. Refund requests made at last 30 day before the departure date will receive a voucher for the full amount; requests made after the 30-day mark, but at least 15min prior to the bus departing, will be granted, minus a cancellation fee.
InterSaj operates a service that runs from Rome’s Tiburtina Station to Fisciano, Terminal Università. The company operates the route twice a week—typically on Mondays and Fridays. The departure time is usually around 2:40 p.m., with an arrival at Fisciano, Terminal Università around 5:10 p.m.; the approximately 2h 30min ride is a direct route, so passengers do not have to plan for stops or transfers. All refund request must be made directly with InterSaj and will be handled at the discretion of the company.
All companies that service the route offer free wi-fi to passengers. However, each one has a unique luggage policy. TTI Leonettibus allows one large checked bag, not exceeding 22 in x 18 in x 10 in (56 cm x 45 cm x 25 cm) and one smaller carry-on. For FlixBus, the allowance is one large checked bag weighing 50lbs (23kg) or less, and a small carry-on bag weighing 25lbs (11kg) or less. InterSaj’s baggage allowance is similar. On MarinoBus one small carry-on and two checked bags, each weighing less than 26lbs (12kg), are allowed. Neither FlixBus nor InterSaj allow pets on board, but the others do: MarinoBus allows passengers to purchase a ticket for pets weighing 22lbs (10kg) or less, TTI Leonettibus allows pets in a container no larger than 28 in x 12 in x 20 in (70 cm x 30 cm x 50 cm) to travel free. Passengers with bicycles will find each company has a distinct bike policy. Many of the buses operated by FlixBus have designated racks for full-sized bikes and spots must be reserved and paid for in advance. MarinoBus allows a checked bag to be replaced by a disassembled bike in a bag for a fee. Disassembled bikes can be transported on TTI Leonettibus and InterSaj, too. All buses allow passengers with mobility impairments to travel with a guide dog at no fee, and other accommodations, for instance for wheelchairs, can be made—passengers are encouraged to reach out to the bus company to coordinate what is needed.
Passengers board the bus most frequently from Rome, Termini (G), which is located around 1.4 miles (2.2 km) away from the city centre, and they get off the bus at Amalfi, Piazza Flavio Gioia, located 0.1 miles (85 m) away from the city centre.
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