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Naples-Salerno train

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Naples-Salerno train

Didn't realise the boats could take so long to get to Amalfi, so I was looking at www.trenitalia.com for details about the Naples-Salerno train ride instead.

But would like to know what "Tutte Le Stazioni" means in English. Can anyone please tell me? Ta!

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1. Re: Naples-Salerno train

It means 'all stations' - so if you've just put 'Naples' in, it will give you trains leaving from any station in Naples. It doesn't matter, though, as actually Napoli P. Ga (Piazza Garibaldi) and Napoli C.le (Centrale) are pretty much literally right on top of each other. They're basically two parts of the same station - one is for trains that have come from somewhere else and are going through (e.g a train that's come from Rome and is carrying on to Salerno) and the other is for trains that start / end in Naples.

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