How to use the bus system in Capri

Rides on Capri's miniature orange buses cost €2 ($2) (for some reason, it only costs €1.50 ($2) to go from Capri to Marina Grande)... when they bother collecting your money. To get on at Capri town's main depot, buy a ticket at the window—and; on any other ride you just pay the driver.

At Marina Grande: For buses to Capri (also every 15 min.) and Anacapri (at least once an hour), turn right at the dock's end to walk 200 feet up to the turnabout in the road.

In Capri Town: There are bus connections between Capri town's depot on Piazza Martiri d'Ungheria and: Anacapri (every 5–15 min.), Marina Grande (every 15 min.), and Marina Piccola (every 30 min.). For more information: tel. 081-837-0420.

In Anacapri: the buses for Marina Grande (every 30–50 min.), Marina Piccola (at 10:05am), and Capri town (every 5–15 min.) leave from Piazza Caprile, passing through Piazza Vittoria. The depot for Anacapri's buses to the Blue Grotto and those to the Faro swimming hole (both every 20 min.) is on Via de Tommaso. For more information: tel. 081-837-2422.

 
 

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