Although, I will say we didn’t love Naples. We did find a good spot to eat which I mentioned in this post and it was nice to walk around, but overall it wasn’t our cup of tea. That said, we really needed the travel break after so much time in the air.
A few things to note here, there is no need to buy your train ticket ahead of time. We flew into FCO and there are big yellow floor arrows and overhead signs that point you to the train. From there we just bought our ticket at the kiosk for the Leonardo Express train and off we went to Naples where we boarded that train.
Upgrade your train ticket to the silent business class on the Leonardo Express and there’s a good chance you could get the car all to yourself!
Amy Coogler says
Hi! I’m actually in the process of booking our very quick trip through Positano and wanted your advice! We are taking the train from Rome to Naples and I really want to avoid the bus (carsick!) if possible. I’m looking at Rainbow vs a taxi service and trying to decide if it is worth it considering we have less than 48 hours in Positano. It’s just so pricey!