Tips on traveling in Italy:
If you plan to drive in Italy, read my articles on
driving in Europe and
car rentals: when to rent, when to lease. For
train travel, consider a rail pass such as the
Eurailpass, Italy Flexi Rail Card, or France 'n Italy Pass from our
(You can even get "Rail n' Drive" passes that combine rail travel with a rental
See my articles and third-party Web resources before hitting Europe's roads.
Driving in Italy
An American makes a case for car rentals and offers suggestions for
Airport transfers, local sightseeing, and excursions to locations as far away
as Rome are available from this taxi-limousine service in Praiano, which has
been in business for nearly 60 years.
Luigi di Martino Car Service
LDM offers an "Amalfi Coast Gourmet Tour" by limousine with stops in
SantAgata, Positano, Amalfi, Ravello, and Capri.
Four local taxi and car firms are listed here, with Web links.
Multilingual drivers haul families and groups by Mercedes sedans, limos, and vans that are
equipped with cellular phones.
Amalfi and Positano
If you're coming by boat, this page will help you find a suitable berth.
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