Sorrento is one of the most popular tourist destinations. A lovely place, overlooking the Bay of Naples.
But how to get to Sorrento simply and without stress? Here are all the different routes and possible alternatives: from train to ship, car to bus.
You just have to choose where you start.
How to Get to Sorrento from the Central Station
If you are at the Garibaldi Station in Naples, getting to Sorrento is very easy.
It is necessary to take the Circumvesuviana, which is located on the lower level of the same station.
It is a kind of subway that will take you directly into the center of Sorrento.
Travel time varies by train type (direct and non-direct). With the “direct” (DD) train, it takes about 50 minutes, and with the “direct” 1 hour and 10 minutes.
To consult the Circumvesuviana timetable click here.
How to get to Sorrento from the Airport
Once you land at Capodichino Airport, you can take the Curreri bus,which departs from the airport’s P1 parking lot.
Generally, the bus arrives at the site ten minutes before departure.
Stops are in Castellammare di Stabia, Vico Equense, Meta, Piano and Sant’Agnello, and Sorrento (in front of the Circumvesuviana station).
The route takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes, barring traffic and traffic problems.
The bus operates every day except December 25 and January 1.
To view the schedule and purchase your ticket click here.
How to get to Sorrento by Hydrofoil
Perhaps the best and most beautiful way to reach Sorrento is by hydrofoil from Naples, specifically from Molo Beverello inside the harbor. In about 40 minutes it will, therefore, be possible to reach Sorrento, enjoying a breathtaking panorama!
It is important to know that to reach the center of Sorrento from the harbor, it is necessary to walk uphill and up a hundred steps. Alternatively, it is possible to take paid shuttles or a cab.
To see the hydrofoil schedule, click here.
How to get to Sorrento by car
If, on the other hand, you opt for a car, it is necessary to take the A3 (Naples-Salerno) from Naples to Castellammare di Stabia and then take the SS145 to Sorrento.
The cost of the toll gate is about €2.10.
How to get to Sorrento by private transfer
Alternatively, it is possible to travel from Naples to Sorrento (and vice versa) by private transfer.
The travel time is about one hour, traffic permitting.
The cost of the Naples-Sorrento ride is around €80.00 to €100.00 .