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Guide of Sorrento Coast, Italy

Author: Savannah Grandfather

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Sorrento Coast Getting There, Italy

Sorrento Coast is easily reached thanks to its proximity to cities like Naples and Salerno and thanks to highways that quickly connect to the rest of Italy.

By car: those coming from Rome or from the north must take highway A1 up to Naples, continue on A3 towards Salerno, exit at Castellamare and continue on state highway 145 up to Sorrento. Coming from the south, travel on A3 just after Salerno, exit at Castellamare and continue on state highway 145.

By train: getting to Sorrento by train is easy. The Central Station of Naples is well connected to all of Italy. Once you reach Naples, "Ferrovia Circumvesuviana" (below Central Station) has many connections to Sorrento.

By sea: from Naples Beverello Wharf, the pier in front of Castel Nuovo, many hydrofoil and ferries depart for Sorrento; the hydrofoils (aliscafi) are twice as fast as the ferries and the service is usually more frequent in summer.

 By plane: Naples Capodichino Airport (NAP) offers connections to all Italian cities and major European destinations with traditional or low-cost airline companies. From the Arrival area of the Airport there is a daily bus service to Sorrento.

The nearest intercontinental Airport is Rome's Fiumicino (FCO), with the possibility of getting to Naples by air besides the train.


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