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Sorrento is located 50 kilometers south of Naples in southern Italy and can be reached via public transportation - train, bus, or ferry - or by car. On the map below, you can find information on all the different options for getting to Sorrento; it takes about an hour to travel between Naples and Sorrento.


How to get to Sorrento from the Naples Capodichino International Airport

Napoli Capodichino is the nearest airport to Sorrento and its coast. The Curreri Viaggi bus departs from the Naples Capodichino airport terminal and arrives in Sorrento in a little over an hour. You can purchase your ticket on board for €10. The bus stop is opposite the airport arrivals gate; buses arrive about ten minutes before every scheduled departure and there is ample space for luggage on board. Buses run daily, except for 25 December and 1 January. The bus service is comfortable and safe; sit on the right side to enjoy the beautiful views of the Sorrentine peninsula along the way.

Bus Schedules Napoli Aeroporto di Capodichino - Sorrento

My flight comes in late. How can I get to Sorrento at night?

How to get to Sorrento by private transfer

The last bus from the Naples airport to Sorrento departs at 7:30pm. If your flight arrives after that time, you will not be able to take public transportation and your only alternative is to reach Sorrento by private transfer or taxi. The average fare for a taxi ride from Naples to Sorrento is €80-100. We recommend booking a transfer rather than taking a taxi, as you will have a driver waiting to meet you when your flight lands.

Book a transfer from the Naples Airport to Sorrento

How to get to Sorrento from the Naples Train Station (Napoli Centrale)

Trenitalia high-speed trains from Milan, Florence, and Rome arrive at Naples Centrale train station (Napoli Centrale) on Piazza Garibaldi.

The Circumvesuviana train station is downstairs. This public transport line runs from Naples to Sorrento, and tickets cost less than €4. You can purchase tickets at the ticket office at the entrance to the platform.

Circumvesuviana Train Schedules

  • The ride lasts about 1 hour and 10 minutes, with a number of stops along the way. Sorrento is the last stop along the line.
  • The Circumvesuviana is a commuter train, so can get very crowded and you may not find seating. Trains are not air conditioned.
  • The Naples train station has the same sort of safety issues that any train station in a large city may have, so keep an eye on your valuables and documents and don't wear expensive jewelry.
  • The train usually runs on time, and is generally the fastest and cheapest way to reach Sorrento.
  • The bus stop for routes between Sorrento and Positano, Amalfi, Praiano, and the rest of the Amalfi Coast is located just outside the Circumvesuviana train station.
If you are traveling with a number of bags, we do not recommend taking the Circumvesuviana:
  • There are no escalators to reach the platform.
  • There is no space to store luggage on the train.
  • The trains can get very crowded, so you may have to travel standing up with your bags next to you.

In this case, the most convenient alternative is to book a private transfer from the Naples train station to your hotel in Sorrento.

Book a transfer from the Naples train station to Sorrento

We recommend avoiding the Circumvesuviana from Naples to Sorrento on Sunday mornings in the summer and on national holidays. Near the Sorrento train station, you can find the bus stop for routes to Amalfi, Positano, and the Amalfi Coast.

How to get from Rome to Sorrento by Bus

If you are traveling to Sorrento from Rome, you can also opt to take the Marozzi bus. The trip takes about 4 hours, but you are guaranteed a seat, there is space for storing luggage, and you don't have to change. Buses depart each day from the Roma Tiburtina train station at 7 a.m. Saturday and Sunday and 3 p.m. from Monday to Friday.

Book the Rome to Sorrento bus

Info and Bus Schedules Rome - Sorrento

Bus Schedules Rome Fiumicino - Naples

A convenient option for those flying into Rome's Fiumicino airport is the direct bus from the Rome airport to Naples. The bus stops near the Circumvesuviana station in Naples, where you can catch the train to Sorrento.

Book the Rome Fiumicino - Naples bus

How to get to Sorrento by Car

Getting to Sorrento by car is easy... the traffic is the hard part!

Getting there

From Highway A3 Napoli - Pompei - Sorrento (Naples - Pompeii - Sorrento) in the direction of “Salerno-Reggio Calabria”, exit at Castellammare di Stabia and continue straight following the signs to "Sorrento". The journey takes about 45 minutes, and you can enjoy the view of the Bay of Naples and Vesuvius.

After passing through three tunnels and a few kilometers of curvy, scenic road, you'll pass through the towns of Meta, Vico Equense, Piano di Sorrento, and Sant'Agnello and arrive in Sorrento.

Parking in Sorrento

There is no free parking in Sorrento. All parking are pay lots and cost around €2,5 hour or €28/day.
The most conveniently located option is Sorrento Parking, located in the center of town just steps from the main Piazza Tasso. This parking garage is guarded and offers a number of services including a shuttle to and from the port, car wash, and courtesy room with shower, car wash, rent scooter, luggage deposit.
Another large parking lot is Il Correale, behind Piazza Lauro.

Parking in Sorrento

An Authentic Italian Break

While traveling to or from Sorrento, take a break by stopping at “Sorrento Excellence” along the panoramic Sorrentine Peninsula highway. This charming complex includes a limoncello workshop that you can visit and sample their artisan limoncello, a shop selling local crafts and delicacies, and even a café overlooking the Bay of Sorrento where you can relax with a drink. Free Wi-Fi, parking, and restrooms.

Visit Sorrento Excellence

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Traffic in Sorrento

One of Sorrento's chronic problems is the traffic that can back up along the highway SS 145 from Castellammare to Sorrento.

Here are the days and times in which you will probably run into heavy traffic:
  • Summer
  • Christmas holidays
  • Sunday and holiday mornings going into Sorrento
  • Sunday and holiday late afternoons coming out of Sorrento

Traffic can come to a standstill on Italy's national holidays of Easter Monday, April 25th, and May 1st, particularly in late afternoon when many locals return from their day trip to Sorrento. We strongly recommend taking a different route. The same is true for Sunday evenings in summertime going towards Naples.

How to get to Sorrento by Sea

One of the most scenic and relaxing ways to reach Sorrento is by ferry from Naples.

The Naples to Sorrento ferry line is active all year long, and the routes depart from the Molo Beverello pier. You can reach the Naples port via the Alibus bus route which leaves from the Naples' Capodichino Airport.

  • The high speed ferry takes 40 minutes
  • Routes do not run Saturday and Sunday from November through March.
  • The ticket costs around €12, plus a baggage fee of €2 per bag.
  • Routes may be suspended in case of rough seas.
  • To get to the port of Sorrento to the center of town, you need to climb a steep road or about 100 steps. There are buses and taxis which will take you uphill from the port.

Ferry schedule Naples - Sorrento

How to get to Sorrento from Salerno

There is a high-speed ferry that runs between Salerno and Sorrento in the summer months.
The Salerno port is a short walk from the train station where high-speed trains arrive and depart.

How to get to Sorrento from Ischia

There is a high-speed ferry route connecting Ischia and Sorrento in the summer months that takes just over an hour to make the crossing.

Chart with recommended routes

FAQ - Frequently asked questions

Which is the closest airport to Sorrento?

The closest airport to Sorrento is the Naples Capodichino Airport, about 50 kilometers (31 miles) away. There is a direct Curreri bus line that runs between Sorrento and the Naples airport.

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What is the best way to get to Sorrento Italy? ›

The ferry is also the fastest and easiest way to reach the Sorrento Coast, as you'll skip any kind of delay with traffic. Whether you're travelling by train or by plane, to reach Molo Beverello (Port of Naples), you'll have to take a quick ride of 10-15 minutes by taxi and it will cost around €10,00.

How many days is enough in Sorrento? ›

With 4 days in Sorrento, you will be able to see all the best things in Sorrento, sample the Amalfi Coast, and even take a day trip to Capri and Pompeii.

Is one day in Sorrento enough? ›

One day gives you plenty of time to explore Sorrento, shop, and dine. You'll experience the local cuisine, stroll the beach, and work your way through the narrow streets discovering charming shops and cafes as you go. What is this? Getting around on foot is the best option, as Sorrento isn't very large.

Is 3 days in Sorrento enough? ›

On a quick trip, give the entire area — including Sorrento and Naples — a minimum of three days. With Sorrento as your sunny springboard, spend a day in Naples, a day exploring the Amalfi Coast, and a day split between Pompeii and the town of Sorrento.

What is the best month to visit Sorrento? ›

Spring (late March to mid-June)

April and May are the months in which the weather is the most pleasant in southern Italy and Sorrento is at the peak of its beauty, with the scent of orange blossoms and lemon trees in the air and long, sunny days.

Where does the ferry drop you off in Sorrento? ›

The port for all public ferries and hydrofoils is located in Marina Piccola. At the centre of the port is a semi-circular area with ticket kiosks for all the companies that operate services in and out of Sorrento.

Is it better to stay in Amalfi or Sorrento? ›

Amalfi is closer to the beaches as well as quite flat in comparison to Sorrento or Positano, and that makes it a great location to visit with kids. It's much easier to navigate around and without the crowds of Positano or Sorrento, you're likely going to have a much more relaxing trip with little ones.

What do you wear at night in Sorrento? ›

Whether they're worn day or night a pair of linen pants are perfect for Sorrento. They're chic enough to be worn with heels for dinner, and comfortable enough to be worn with sandals during the day.

How much is a cup of coffee in Sorrento? ›

Coffee Drinks

You can drink your espresso or other order seated at a café table or, if you want to do as the Italians do, standing up at the counter. An espresso at the counter costs around EUR 1, whereas table service usually means you'll pay between EUR 3 and EUR 4 for an espresso.

What should I wear in Sorrento during the day? ›

Everyday Casual Wear

The dress code for day to day is pretty much casual, there is no need to be overdone especially in the hot weather and if you are spending your days exploring and walking around. Linen fabric clothing is always a great idea as it's very light on your body and also breathable.

Can you do Sorrento without a car? ›

You can easily base yourself in Sorrento and take day trips out to places like Pompeii, Capri and the Amalfi Coast, all of which are accessible by public transport so you don't need to hire a car.

What day is market day in Sorrento? ›

The colorful weekly street market in Sorrento takes place every Tuesday in Via San Renato. Held from 8 AM to 2 PM, this is an open-air market where you can buy a range of goods, from clothes to household items to food.

Is it better to stay in Capri or Sorrento? ›

Sorrento is the more convenient option, as it's easy to reach by bus, ferry, or car and to visit nearby highlights like Pompeii, Capri, and the Amalfi Coast. It's a large town with about 16,000 residents, a flat historic center, and a wide range of hotels, restaurants, and bars.

Are beaches in Sorrento free? ›

As in every part of Italy, don't expect many beaches to be free. The only free beach in Sorrento Marina Piccola is a small strip between Peter's beach club and Marameo beach. It is small and it gets very busy during the summer months.

Is Sorrento better than Positano? ›

Most people consider Sorrento to be better for backpackers than Positano. Sorrento is a mecca for backpackers and budget travelers. Because its a small city with accessible transportation, you'll find a decent number of hostels that make it an affordable base for exploring the area.

What's Sorrento famous for? ›

Sorrento is known for its citrus fruits and abundance of lemons. As you wander through the town, keep your eye out for small lemon groves and trees hidden among the buildings. Locals continue to cultivate the fruit as part of their culture and of course to make Sorrento's most famous export – limoncello liqueur.

What is the best area in Sorrento to stay? ›

The best areas to stay in Sorrento for first-timers are the neighborhoods around Piazza Tasso, Corso Italia, Leonelli's Beach, Correale Museum, Sant Agnello, Piano Di Sorrento, and Priora.

Is a week in Sorrento too long? ›

A week in Sorrento is the ideal amount of time to spend exploring the Sorrentine Peninsula and its nearby sights, including some of the top destinations and attractions on the Bay of Naples and Amalfi Coast.

How often does the Sorrento ferry go? ›


The all weather ferries depart every hour on the hour, everyday.

How long does the Sorrento ferry take? ›

How long is the ferry crossing? The ferry crossing between Sorrento and Queenscliff takes approximately 40 – 45 minutes.

Is there a hop on hop off bus in Sorrento Italy? ›

In Sorrento itself there are several sightseeing options you will regularly see during your stay in the summer season covering Sorrento and the local peninsular. These are: City Sightseeing Sorrento - a classic hop-on hop-off open top sightseeing bus (pictured).

Is Sorrento Italy worth visiting? ›

From the picturesque cafes along the waterfront to the incredible views of Mount Vesuvius, Sorrento is a truly beautiful place. So whether you're looking to enjoy some incredible food or simply take in the sights, Sorrento is definitely worth a visit.

Is there a high speed train from Rome to Sorrento? ›

There are no direct trains that go from Rome to Sorrento, so if you aren't driving you will have to first take a train to Naples. There are trains going from Roma Termini to Napoli Centrale about twice an hour, but it can take you anywhere from 60 minutes to 3 hours depending on the train you pick.

Which is better Naples or Sorrento? ›

Conclusion: head to Naples for the more vibrant, trendier nightlife, Sorrento for more laid-back vibes.

Are jeans acceptable in Italy? ›

Are jeans appropriate to wear in Italy? While Europeans tend to dress up more than Americans, you still can wear jeans in Italy. However, avoid acid wash and extremely distressed denim and opt for medium-dark blues and blacks. Black skinny jeans always look chic in Europe!

Do Italians wear jeans? ›

Italians tend to wear basic blue jeans a lot less often than their counterparts elsewhere. It's not that women are always in dresses, and men in suits; it's that when they do throw on trousers, they're rarely basic jeans or khakis.

Can you drink the tap water in Sorrento Italy? ›

The short answer is yes. Drinking water from the tap in Italy is considered safe. Tap water in the major cities and towns around Italy is safe for consumption, and there are thousands of old-style water fountains dotted around cities, like Rome, where you can fill up water bottles.

Is Cash accepted in Sorrento? ›

Debit and credit cards are generally accepted for any purchases or charges above roughly EUR 20 to 30. For smaller amounts, you should expect to pay cash in Sorrento and across Italy.

Can I pick the oranges in Sorrento? ›

Characteristics of the Sorrento oranges

Their fruits have a light orange color, almost a golden yellow, and as said they ripen more slowly due to the technique of protective cages and therefore can be harvested almost all year round.

Are mosquitoes a problem in Sorrento? ›

The risk for mosquito activity is extremely high. Wear long-sleeved shirts and pants when spending time outdoors to prevent bites. The risk for mosquito activity is high. Consider an EPA-registered repellent to deter mosquito bites.

How much spending money do you need for Sorrento? ›

You should plan to spend around €112 ($112) per day on your vacation in Sorrento, which is the average daily price based on the expenses of other visitors. Past travelers have spent, on average, €30 ($30) on meals for one day and €6.05 ($6.04) on local transportation.

Is Sorrento Italy walkable? ›

The center of Sorrento, Italy is quite compact, close to the traffic and easy to explore on foot. Here is a self-guided Sorrento tour itinerary which includes the most interesting sights in town and can be completed in just a few hours.

Is there a train to Sorrento? ›

Sorrento is located 50 kilometers south of Naples in southern Italy and can be reached via public transportation - train, bus, or ferry - or by car.

Is Uber in Sorrento Italy? ›

Once you are in Sorrento, your only options are by taxi, private driver or public transport. There are no Ubers in the Amalfi Coast.

Is there anything to see in Sorrento? ›

Sorrento is worth a stop for its laid-back holiday air, beaches, and its old streets lined by noble houses. The heart of the town is busy Piazza Tasso, surrounded by little streets where you'll find shopping and places to eat. It's a delightful town for strolling, relaxing, and enjoying a bit of la dolce vita.

What time is dinner in Sorrento? ›

Lunch is served from 12:30pm to 3:00pm and dinner from 7:30pm to 11pm (or even later in the summer). That said, there are many restaurants which serve meals all day long, so you can have a late lunch or an early dinner. Cafès (called bars in Italy) are different from restaurants.

Is Sorrento lively at night? ›

Sorrento's main city center, Piazza Tasso, lights up at night with locals and tourists exploring the streets for places to eat and shop. Once meals have been devoured, the night will be continued at a local bar for some beers, or to dance the night away at a club.

Can you pick the lemons in Sorrento? ›

The best lemons, however, are harvested from March to late July, so if your travels bring you to the Sorrento Peninsula during this time of year you might even see the harvesting taking place, which is still done by carrying baskets of lemons up and down the ancient stone steps.

How long is the boat ride from Sorrento to Capri? ›

How long is ferry ride from Sorrento to Capri? The ferry ride from the Port of Sorrento to Marina Grande in Capri requires a navigation time of about 20 minutes.

Is 2 nights in Capri too much? ›

How many nights should I stay on Capri? We recommend staying at least two nights on Capri to be able to take in all the sights at a relaxed pace. If you would also like to visit the Amalfi Coast, you can plan an overnight in Positano or Amalfi. Sorrento is a popular base to explore both the coastline and islands.

Is Capri boat tour worth it? ›

Looking for a bit of splurges and a luxurious experience while visiting the island of Capri? Well, you should know that a private boat tour of Capri is well worth it! It is absolutely recommended because it is the only way to visit the many caves and attractions on the island of Capri.

Can you walk around Sorrento? ›

The region around Sorrento has a network of trails all around the peninsular. These are the ancient donkey trails that originally linked the villages of the peninsular. Most of the trails are remarkably intact although little used and are typically about 3-4 metre wide stone trails very well engineered.

Is English spoken in Sorrento Italy? ›

The local language is Italian, but being one of the country's most popular tourist destinations, most hospitality staff here speak good English.

How do I get around Sorrento without a car? ›

Sorrento and the surrounding area are covered by the Circumvesuviana train line, EAV and Sita buses, Cooperativa Tasso minibuses, and a number of ferry companies.
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  3. Circumvesuviana Trains. ...
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  7. Getting Around Sorrento by Car.

How much is ferry from Sorrento to Positano? ›

On the Alilauro Gruson website it is possible to book fast boats and ferries from Sorrento to Positano at no extra cost. The full ticket for the single route starts from around 17 euros.

Are the beaches nice in Sorrento? ›

Sorrento's beaches are small and quite crowded, especially in the summer months. To enjoy the most beautiful beaches lapped by the crystalline waters you dream of, you'll have to leave the center of Sorrento. But the tiny, pristine coves and lack of crowds make it worth the effort!

Which airport do you fly to for Sorrento? ›

There are no flights to Sorrento itself, but Naples International Airport (NAP) is just 50 kilometres (30 miles) away, and served by a host of direct flights from across the UK.

What airport do you fly to to get to Sorrento? ›

Which is the closest airport to Sorrento? The closest airport to Sorrento is the Naples Capodichino Airport, about 50 kilometers (31 miles) away. There is a direct Curreri bus line that runs between Sorrento and the Naples airport.

What airport flies to Sorrento? ›

When taking a flight to Sorrento, you will need to fly to Naples International Airport (NAP), which is the airport closest to the town and an easy drive down the coast to Sorrento.

How do you fly to Sorrento? ›

You cannot fly directly to Sorrento. KAYAK recommends you fly to Naples (NAP) (18.44 mi from Sorrento). From there you can rent a car or get a taxi.

Which is better Sorrento or Amalfi? ›

Sorrento tends to be the best choice for budget-conscious travelers, Positano for those that want the quintessential Amalfi experience and Amalfi for those who want a quieter stay. However, there are a lot more factors to consider when choosing where to stay on the Amalfi Coast.

Is there a direct train from Rome to Sorrento? ›

There are no direct trains that go from Rome to Sorrento, so if you aren't driving you will have to first take a train to Naples. There are trains going from Roma Termini to Napoli Centrale about twice an hour, but it can take you anywhere from 60 minutes to 3 hours depending on the train you pick.

How much is a taxi from Rome to Sorrento? ›

The lowest taxi rate from Rome to Sorrento is $502 provided by Daytrip. The maximum rate is $631 if you opt for Daytrip.

How long is the ferry ride from Amalfi to Sorrento? ›

Discounts. The route from Amalfi to Sorrento is also operated by fast hydrofoils. The fastest crossing to Sorrento lasts approximately 40 min.

How much does a taxi cost from Naples to Sorrento? ›

Taxi fare from Naples airport to Sorrento

Although the final fare will depend on your exact destination within Sorrento, it will be around 90€. Keep in mind that there are extra fares for waiting times and excess luggage.

How long is the ferry ride from Naples to Sorrento? ›

How long is the ferry ride from Naples to Sorrento? The Naples - Sorrento ferry crossing can take between 35 to 45 min, depending on the company you're traveling with.

How far is Sorento from Rome? ›

The distance from Sorrento to Rome is 132 miles. The road distance is 163 miles.

What is the distance from Naples airport to Sorrento? ›

Naples Airport to Sorrento by Taxi

Sorrento is roughly 53 kilometers (or about 33 miles) from the airport, so this is a long journey that on average will take between 1 hour to 1 hour and 30 minutes depending on the time of day and corresponding traffic levels.

How much is ferry from Sorrento to Amalfi? ›

Price of ferries from Sorrento to Amalfi

Normally, the full ticket for the single route starts at around 16 Euros.

Can you do a day trip to Sorrento from Naples? ›

Take the Circumvesuviana Private Rail Line from Naples Central Station and opt for any of the trains that reach Sorrento. The frequency of trains is astonishing, and the journey usually takes about an hour, making it easy to plan a day trip to Sorrento.


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