BY CAR

In auto– From North, through the A/2 Milan-Naples highway, continuing on the A/3 Naples-Salerno until Castellammare di Stabia exit;

– from East, through the A/16 Bari-Naples highway, driving into the A/3 Naples–Salerno and carrying on until the Castellammare di Stabiaexit/way out;

– from South, through the A/3 Reggio Calabria–Salerno highway towards Napoli, until you get to Castellammare di Stabia exit/way out.

Anyway, once you get through Castellammare di Stabia SS 145 way out, carry on for about 23 Km through the localities situated along the way to Sorrento (Vico Equense, Meta, Piano di Sorrento e Sant’Agnello).

Sorrento is only 48 Km far from Naples and the journey lasts around 1 hour (when the traffic is not heavy).

 

BY BUS

In autobusFrom the “ARRIVAL” zone in “Capodichino Airport” there is a bus service (provided by Curreri bus transport agency), that runs daily to Sorrento. The ticket costs about 6 Euros and the journey lasts around 1 hour and 15 minutes. From the “Tiburtina Station” in Rome Marozzibuses run daily to Sorrento. There is also a bus service that connects every day the city of Assisi to Sorrento.

BY TRAIN

In trenoTrains from the main italian cities arrive in Naples National Railway Station “Centrale Piazza Garibaldi”; from here local “Circumvesuviana” trains effect daily runs to Sorrento every 20-30 minutes. The journey is about one hour and no reservation is required. Tickets cost around 2,60 Euros and they are available at the station and in many authorised shops.

 

BY PLANE

In aereoCapodichino” airport is situated in North-East of Naples, 50 Km away from the city centre. Curreri buses leave every day to Sorrento.
Private transfer and cab services are also available from the airport at a price between 70-100 Euros. Buses, cabs and transfer services link the airport to the Circumvesuviana station in Naples, too.

 

BY BOAT

Via mareHydrofoils and ferry-boats sail to Sorrento from “Beverello” quay in Naples (near “Municipio Square“).
The journey is about 40 minutes, is much more confortable but quite expensive (nearly the double price compared to the train ticket). The berth is in Sorrento docks, 500 m from the city centre. A shuttle service runs every 10 minutes to the main square “Torquato Tasso“.

Thanks to a good hydrofoils and ferry-boats transport service it’s easy to go from Sorrento to Capri and Ischia islands.

 

Information provided by www.virtualsorrento.com