To get to Sorrento from other locations you may want to consider the following options:
Getting to Sorrento with the ‘car: Come to Naples and take the ‘A3. Exit at Castellammare di Stabia and take the State Road 145 towards Sorrento Peninsula. Distance Naples – Sorrento: about 50 kilometers.
Get to Sorrento by train: Arriving with racing Trenitalia must get off at Naples Central Station or that of Naples Piazza Garibaldi. Both stations are nearly coincident with that of the Circumvesuviana trains linking Naples to Sorrento. Take a train of the line Napoli – Sorrento and wait for the end of the race. Sorrento, in fact, is one of the terminus of this railway. The average travel time is about 75 minutes. The Circumvesuviana station in Sorrento is right downtown. For more information, visitwww.vesuviana.it
Get to Sorrento by plane: The nearest airport to Sorrento is the ‘Naples airport (also known as Capodichino Airport). From the terminal you can take buses that make direct connections to Sorrento. Conversely it is essential to take a bus for Piazza Garibaldi (where the train station Circumvesuviana) or Piazza Municipio (near the Molo Beverello in Naples, from which numerous ferries and hydrofoils for racing to get to the Port of Sorrento ). Alternatively the bus can use taxis or rental cars. The distance between the ‘airport of Naples and Sorrento is about 48 km. For more information, visit http://www.gesac.it/
Reach Sorrento by sea: Sorrento has a good network of maritime links with Naples. All means of transport (ferries, ferries and catamarans) pledged to guarantee maritime connections between Naples and Sorrento leave from the Port of Naples Beverello and arrive at the Port of Sorrento. The travel time employed by the hydrofoils and other fast means is about 30 minutes. The port of Sorrento is about 500 meters from the city center and is well connected with various transport services.