Sorrento: how to get there

Can a small town of 16.400 inhabitants become one of the capitals of world tourism? Yes, of course! Sorrento proves it.

Set on top of a green, panoramic promontory, rivers and creeks all around (the ancient name Syrrenton means: confluence of rivers) it is the favorite place for many travelers.

Foreigners already loved it back in ancient ages, it was the favorite holiday place for the rich Romans, but only in the 18th century Sorrento became a tourist goal for Americans, French. English, Germans and later on also for Asians and Russians.

So small on the map, so close to the “giant” Naples, Sorrento can be reached by many different means.

If you are planning your holiday here, follow our useful advice.

How to get to Sorrento by airplane

To get to Sorrento from abroad, one of the recommended means is certainly airplane. The international airport of Naples-Capodichino is located at 50 km from the town and is very well served by a rapid shuttle service of the Curreri bus line.

It takes less than one hour to get from the airport of Naples to the centre of Sorrento and, beyond the public transport.

Much easier is to rent a car with driver. We can help with this, just contact us and we will arrange a private transfer for you.

By train

To get to Sorrento by train, you must arrive at Naples’ train station, first, and specifically at the Centrale Piazza Garibaldi station.

From there, through an underpass, reach the local train Circumvesuviana.

The tickets for these small trains are cheap, the rides frequent (every 20 or 30 minutes) and the trip goes through some of the most beautiful views you can ever imagine.

Soon you will get to the centre of Sorrento and ready for your tour.

To Sorrento by bus and by car

If you like to drive your car, you will easily get to Sorrento by travelling on Highway A3 from Naples, exit Castellammare di Stabia and follow the directions to Penisola Sorrentina.

Drive along State Street 145 and follow the directions to Sorrento or any other town of the Peninsula (Meta, Sant’Agnello, Vico Equense…).

Get to Sorrento by ship

You can also get to Sorrento by sea.

From Naples, in fact, every day and every hour the hydrofoils leave, crossing the gulf and reaching directly the lower part of the Sorrento Peninsula.

From there, you can just go up to the centre of the town to easily reach your Sorrento accommodation.