We went in October and need to book (at the Tourist Office) several days in advance - it is understandably very popular. Our 3 hour trip began at 10am in Sata' Agata. The weather was lovely with very clear views. The train offers basic comfort and, if you have long legs, avoid the from seats over the wheel arches. Our driver was great - his humour approriate and his enthusiasm, infectious! We visited a Benedictine Monastery with a great view from the roof. We stopped at some great viewpoints with Capri and the bay clearly visible. We sampled Limoncello at the factory and mozzarella and olive oil at another wonderful 'great house' producer. We travelled around Salerno bay - a poignant reminder of the forgotten 'first D-Day landings' there in 1943. All-in-all, a fabulous experience which I can recommend without any reservations - Book early!
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