Sorrento

Sorrento is in Campania. The town features beautiful architecture, many cafes and restaurants, and shops catering to tourists. As it is on the Circumvesuviana rail system it is easily reached from Naples and an ideal base for visiting Pompeii and Ercolano. Ferries regularly commute between Sorrento and Capri, making Sorrento an ideal base for exploring that island as well.

Cliffs and hotels in Sorrento

For other places with the same name, see Sorrento (disambiguation).

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  • From Naples Airport (‘Capodichino’): You can reach Sorrento by bus, from Capodichino to Sorrento busses depart six times daily
  • By train: The Circumvesuviana goes from Naples along the coast ending in Sorrento.
  • By bus: The Sita buses from Positano and Amalfi end in Sorrento.
  • By car:From Naples‘ Tangenziale drive south towards Costiera Sorrentina, and be prepared to spend 1½ hours in the traffic.
  • By Boat: From
    • Naples: Only one company operates between “Napoli Beverello” and Sorrento. The service is approximately every 2 hours (Sep 2017). Price paid in port for a single trip, adult: €12.90 (Sep 2017). It takes about 40 minutes, which is faster than by car or train.
    • Ischia and Capri.

A trip to Sorrento is full of possibilities, enjoy a splash in the Naples Bay, a walk through the lively pedestrian only streets at night, or an enjoyable day exploring the ruins of Pompeii. A short trip to Naples will take you to the National Museum that houses some of the best frescoes and art work from Pompeii. You can catch a bus that takes you on a spectacular but hair raising drive through the Amalfi Coast. You will pass through villages built along the cliffs that have some of the most beautiful churches and architecture in the area. Take a ferry to the Isle of Capri where you can shop like you are on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, or take the walk through tree lined walkways to the Nature Park. Capri also has the famed Blue Lagoon, and amazing cave with the most crystal blue waters imaginable. But, one of the most fun things you can do here is rent a motor scooter and explore on your own historic Capri.

  • Walk
  • Local buses – the local bus service is good enough to visit all interesting places available in the area.
  • Taxi
Piazza Tasso in Sorrento
Marina Piccola in Sorrento
  • Lemon terraces
  • The pretty Small Port (Marina Piccola)
  • puntacampanella. The natural reserve. 
  • Villa Pollio Roman ruins in Capo di Sorrento.
  • Hotel Tramontano, where Norwegian writer Henrik Ibsen lived while writing parts of Peer Gynt (1867) and Ghosts (1881).
  • Museo Correale di Terranova Sorrento’s picture gallery
  • Archeological Museum of the Sorrentine Peninsula
  • Museo Bottega della Tasia Lignea A collection of local applied arts.
  • Duomo (Cathedral)
  • St. Francis Monastery
  • Basilica di Sant’Antonino

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