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Salerno–Amalfi Ferries

Salerno to Amalfi ferries run daily, from April to October. During the summer, ferries run hourly, from the morning until about 3:30 p.m., and then every half hour until 6:30 p.m. Travelmar provides these connections.
The first departure is around 8:40 in the morning, while the last ferry departs at about 6:30 p.m. The trip from Salerno to Amalfi takes about half an hour. In July and August, given the large influx of tourists, it is advisable to book your ferry ticket in advance.

Useful Information

Salerno–Amalfi ferries depart from Piazza della Concordia, a.k.a. "Masuccio Salernitano," in Salerno. Piazza della Concordia is the main departure pier for Travelmar ferries and is a five-minute walk from the city's train station.

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What cultural highlights shouldn't you miss in Amalfi?

Museo della Carta, Basilica del Crocifisso - Museo Diocesiano, and Arsenale are just few cultural highlights in Amalfi. However, there is so much more to see that will inspire you!

Where can I go out in Amalfi in the evening?

A good night out in Amalfi can be found in many different places; however, you can't go wrong with Bar Savoia or Gerry Risto-Pub.

What's going on in Amalfi?

We'll tell you the low-down on the best events and entertainment in town right here. Check out Cinema Iris, Beach, and Spiaggia Duoglio. Make sure to free up memory in your phone, as you'll probably take lots of pictures!

Where are the best places for me to go shopping in Amalfi?

Pasticeria Savoia, Enoteca e gastronomia Il Protontino, and Prodotti tipici are where we recommend starting your shopping trip.

Which are the best sights in Amalfi?

For sightseeing in Amalfi do not miss Torre Saracena, Torre dello Ziro & De Cape e Ciucci.