Sorrento has a strategic position that allows it to be easily reached both by car, bus and train, or by sea; those arriving by plane in Naples can take advantage of daily connections by bus; every day, in fact, there are more trips that connect the Sorrento Peninsula with Naples Capodichino Airport.


Who wants to reach the Sorrento Peninsula from Rome, avoiding using the train, has the opportunity to take advantage of a bus that in four hours connects, directly, Rome and Sorrento.


If you arrive in Naples with the Ferrovie dello Stato trains, the Central Station of Piazza Garibaldi is connected by underground corridors to the Circumvesuviana lines that connect Naples and Sorrento directly; trains leave every 30 minutes and, in just over an hour, allow you to arrive on the Sorrento peninsula.


For those who prefer to travel by car, traveling on the A 1 Rome – Naples motorway if coming from the north, or the A 16 Bari – Naples for those coming from the south, you will enter the A3 Napoli – Salerno; exiting at Castellammare di Stabia you arrive on the SS Sorrentina 145 which allows you to reach the Sorrento peninsula.


Sorrento reached can be easily, of course, even by sea thanks to the hydrofoils and ferries that connect the Beverello dock in Naples with the port of Marina Piccola in Sorrento; once arrived at the port, there are the yellow buses of Circumvesuviana that efficiently connect the port with Piazza Tasso, in the city center.