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All reviewsmarina grandebuy the ticketsper person each wayduring tourist seasonreturn journeymolo beverelloticket boothtown centrea couple of minutescosts eurosferry boatboth sideswalk upwalked downminute waittour grouppiazza umberto
My wife and I finally found the station for the Capri Funicular and took it down the mountain. We had ridden in an open-air taxi to get to the top. We then managed to get lost looking for the Funicular. The ride down was quick,...More
The queues during holiday time are horrendous, so we walked!. It was lunchtime so very hot and some steep steps. All I'm saying is rather than being herded onto the Funicular with it's interminable queue, it is possible to walk up (family of 4, Mum...More
The Funucular is very easy to find when you get out of the port, but this isn't where you buy the tickets. The ticket office can be found at these coordinates: 40.556415, 14.238533. The tickets are very cheap at only €2.00 per person. However, as...More
Be careful when you are paying. The fare is €2 per person. Have the exact money if possible. If you need change, check it carefully before leaving the window.
I was aware of the thieving going on because I had read the reviews on this...More
I highly recommend the funicular to get from the harbor to the Town of Capri. It’s super convenient and easy to use. When starting from the bottom, look to the right. You can see the diesel power station that provides all the power to the...More
The quickest and most efficient way to get up to the Capri town, which is located up the side of the mountain. Walking (I was told) is a killer on the legs and will take about 40 minutes.
The funicular costs €2pp, each way. You...More