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Getting from Ravello to Minori at night

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Getting from Ravello to Minori at night

Hello there,

We are going to Ravello for a wedding during the day but are staying in Minori overnight.

How would you recommend that we get from Ravello to Minori after the wedding? Will we be able to get a taxi? Is it possible to walk?

Would anyone know how much a taxi would be or if they even run late in to the night?

Any help would be much appreciated.

Thanks!

GAC
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1. Re: Getting from Ravello to Minori at night

When will you be there? What time of "night" were you planning to return to Minori?

Currently (though September 9), the LAST SITA bus of the evening from Ravello to Amalfi departs at 25 minutes past midnight (but too late to connect to Minori)

The LAST SITA bus of the evening from Amalfi to Minori departs at 45 minutes past midnight (not on Sundays; but no good to connect from the last bus arriving from Ravello).

A taxi will be very expensive: at least 25 Euros from Ravello to Amalfi, more to Minori.

I recommend that you try to take a SITA bus from Ravello to Amalfi that will allow you to connect to the SITA bus going to Minori. That means leaving Ravello no later than 23:25 (with a connection to Amalfi daily except Sundays at 45 minutes past midnight). And preferably, take an earlier bus from Ravello to Amalfi!

If you are going in the autumn, the last buses depart earlier in the evening, and you'll need to re-check the schedules.

www.sitabus.it

sitabus.it/sitabus/…QUADROXV.pdf

Finally, if the bus schedules simply don't work, arrange for a private transfer (not a taxi) from Ravello to Minori).

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2. Re: Getting from Ravello to Minori at night

Thanks for your reply!

It will be later than midnight. Likely to be around 2.30am and the wedding is on a Saturday.

So a private transfer seems to be the best option? Can you recommend any companies for this?

Is walking from Ravello to Minori an option?

Thanks again!

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3. Re: Getting from Ravello to Minori at night

No, walking is not an option! Particularly in the dead of night and in elegant wedding clothes with high heels and long dresses!

I can't recommend a private service (never done it), but you'll definitely need to make arrangements in advance and get a firm quote in writing.

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4. Re: Getting from Ravello to Minori at night

We stayed in Minori recently. Where are you staying? Perhaps your hotel (if you are staying at one) could help with transportation. You don't mention how you are getting to the wedding.

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5. Re: Getting from Ravello to Minori at night

Yes, your hotel should have a car service for you to make arrangements. Is anyone coming to the wedding staying in Minori or Amalfi? If so, maybe you could share a car. When I was there in March, taxis were 35 euros to Ravello from Amalfi. At that hour, the price could be higher. I think a private transfer will charge more for middle of the night rides.

Can't imagine such a walk would be possible in the dead of night.

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