When travelling by train, never forget to keep your ticket with you: make sure to print it out in advance or to download the mobile version if allowed.
If the train timetable doesn't fit in your schedule or budget, bus and carpooling can provide you some time and price alternatives, without substantially changing the duration of the journey.
What are the departure and arrival stations in Salerno and Naples?
You can take the train to Naples at Salerno Irno, Salerno Mercatello-Mariconda, Salerno Duomo - Via Vernieri, Salerno Stadio Arechi-San Leonardo, Salerno, Salerno Arbostella, Salerno Mercatello-mariconda, Salerno Pastena, Salerno Torrione or Salerno Stadio Arechi-san Leonardo, which arrives at Napoli Centrale, Napoli Piazza Garibaldi, Napoli Afragola or Napoli S. Giovanni-barra.
How many train connections are there from Salerno to Naples every day?
If you want to travel from Salerno to Naples by train, there are 193 available connections per day. The main part of these connections, that is to say 177 routes, include one or many changes and the rest, that is to say 110 routes, are direct lines. Thus, selecting a ticket with an indirect line could be more efficient if you want to reach Naples at the last minute especially if there are too few connections even though the trip is longer. Despite that, please take a ticket for a direct line if you do not want any change
What time do the trains to Naples leave and how long is the journey?
The first train to Naples leaves at 07:06, whereas the last one at 21:09. On average, the journey lasts 56 minutes, but with the fastest connections you will be in Naples in 54 minutes.