Getting there…

…by plane or train…

…from the airport in Naples (NAP), take one of the frequent “Curreri Viaggi” shuttles to Sorrento. The bus brings you to within easy walking distance of the Hotel Corso. www.curreriviaggi.it/eng/index.php

…from the airport in Rome, take the train from Fiumicino airport (FCO) to the central train station Roma Termini. From there take any train to Napoli Centrale. There you can connect to the local Circumvesuviana line which runs approximately every 30 minutes to Sorrento.

…by car…

…coming from the NORTH, take the A/1 from Milan to Naples, then continue on the A/3 Naples-Salerno motorway and exit at Castellammare, located north of the Sorrento Peninsula. Follow the road signs to Sorrento across the “road 145”, distance of about 20 km.

…coming from the EAST, via the motorway A/16 from Bari to Naples, then continue on the A/3 Naples-Salerno motorway and exit at Castellammare, located north of the Sorrento Peninsula. Follow the road signs to Sorrento across the “road 145”, distance of about 20 km.

…provenendo da SUD, coming from the SOUTH , via the A / 3 Salerno-Reggio Calabria, then continue towards Naples and exit at Castellammare, located north of the Sorrento Peninsula. Follow the road signs to Sorrento across the “road 145”, distance of about 20 km.

…by sea…

…maritime traffic between Naples and Sorrento is mostly carried out by Beverello, the dock overlooking Piazza Municipio in Naples, opposite Castel Nuovo. This is where the hydrofoils and ferries to Sorrento depart. The service varies depending on the season, but will be at full capacity during the days of Sorrento GuitarFest. Timetables are available on the site www.alilauro.it.

 

See map of Salerno here.