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The spot where this photo was taken was featured on Fstoppers "Photographing The World 3 with Elia Locardi" trailer which was posted in September 2017.
If you're in / around Naples you can take a train to Salerno.
I very highly recommend to take the ferry because you can get awesome coastal views and photo (take a look at my photo of Minori)
However, the ferry does not operate late at night. If you're staying in another town you'll have to take the bus. I think the bus costs about 2 Euro. Conveniently there is a bus stop 150 meters east at the fork in the road. It will probably be crowded late at night as everyone tries to get back to the town in which they're staying. Be careful because the road is very narrow here and there isn't much space on the sidewalk.
Do not attempt to drive through Positano if you're unfamiliar with the area. There are many 1 way streets and they are super narrow with motorcycles flying by.
Positano is the "nicest" of the Amalfi Coast cities. By that I mean it feels a little more upscale, less run down, and not too "gimicky." For example, the town of Amalfi to me felt like a cruise ship gift shop (unfortunately). If you stay in Positano be prepared for a lot of ascending / descending. DON'T BRING TOO MUCH LUGGAGE!!! Your arms will hate you!
Also, if you do stay in / around Positano I would recommend to plan a day trip to Capri. I personally did not do this but talked to many people who did and it was universally praised.