How to get to Capri?
The island of Capri is accessible only by sea. Ferries to Capri depart from Naples, Sorrento, Positano, Amalfi, Salerno and Ischia in Italy.
Rome to Capri-
From Rome’s central train station take either an Intercity or Interegionali train to Naples – this will cost you between €10 to €20 with travel times between two to four hours, whereas the Eurostar will cost you twice as much but reach you there in half the time.
Naples to Capri-
At Naples, high speed ferries depart from pier – Molo Beverello, and slower but more economical ferries from pier – Calata di Massa. See ferry schedules here.
How to get around Capri?
There are three ways of getting around the island of Capri – bus, funicular and on foot. Non resident private vehicles are not allowed on the island from March to November. But public transportation is so easy and convenient, you won’t be missing your car.
The funicular is priced at €1.80 and departs every 10-15 minutes from the Marina to the town center – Piazetta. The public bus service, also priced at €1.80, offers mini-buses which are perfect to navigate the narrow lanes on Capri.
More adventurous explorers can rent a scooter in Marina Grande, Capri, and Anacapri. Rental times vary from a few hours to an entire day or even a number of days.
You can also rent canoes, rubber dinghies, or traditional wooden gozzo fishing boats, or speedboats to get around the island on it’s sparkling blue waters.