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How to reach Vico Equense

By Bus From the Airport of Naples, Capodichino – you can easily reach Vico Equense and Sorrento with a regional bus service.
By Car From highway A3 Napoli - Salerno, exit at Castellammare di Stabia and follow the direction with the state 145 "Sorrento". It takes about 50 minutes to reach Vico Equense.
By Train From Naples Central Station (Italo-Trenitalia), follow the indications for “Circumvesuviana” railway station of Napoli Piazza Garibaldi and take the train to Sorrento. The ride lasts 50 minutes and there is one every 40 minutes.
By Ferry-Boat From the port of Naples, Molo Beverello or Mergellina, take the ferry to Seiano (a village of Vico Equense), it takes approximately 50 minutes. Seiano is connected with the center of Vico by a bus service, it only takes few minutes.

How to get around the Penisola Sorrentina

During Spring and Summer from the Marina d'Aequa (Seiano - Vico Equense), ferry-boat for Capri and Sorrento are available, and the route Vico Equense - Capri takes 40 minutes; Vico Equense - Sorrento takes 20 minutes.
From Sorrento, it is also possible to reach several cities like Positano on the Amalfi Coast, Minori and Amalfi itself by ferry and hydrofoil from Sorrento harbor, reached by a frequent bus service, departing from the Circumvesuviana railway station of Sorrento, or by walking along Corso Italia then down towards the harbor. Sorrento is 10 minutes from Vico Equense with the Circumvesuviana railway, which runs every 20 minutes.

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