M Gallery Palazzo Caracciolo

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Carbonara 112, Naples, 80139, Italy
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Boat Journey between Naples and Sorrento

by ht121

I will be arriving in Naples by cruise ship for one day on Friday 20 October. Is it possible to travel between Naples and Sorrento by ferry please?

RE: Boat Journey between Naples and Sorrento

by alza

hi! I see many possibilities by hydrofoil from Naples to Sorrento. Would that do? Check out this link, and note the capital letters in BLUE indicating type of vessel: H (hydrofoil), F(Ferry), FF (Fast Ferry) etc...
Buon viaggio!

http://www.sorrentotour.it/transportation/hydrofoilsinfo.html#01

RE: Boat Journey between Naples and Sorrento

by ht121

alza - You are a real gem!

I've looked at the link - very helpful.

But tell me - there appears to be two landing points in Naples, namely Alilauro and Lmp. How close do you think they are to where my cruise ship will dock?

RE: RE: Boat Journey between Naples and Sorrento

by alza

I looked at the link again. LMP is Linee Marittime Partenopee (Parthenopian Maritime Lines) and in this group of companies, you have Alilauro among 4-5 others.
The schedule you see do say LMP or specifically Alilauro. But they all have a capital B under "Departing From" and that B is shown to mean the port. I think it represents the name Beviloro (spelling?) It's just that depending on schedule chosen, you'll be sailing on anyone of LMP's ferries when not specified, or on the Alilauro line when specified. All seem to sail from B, and it's very well organised to get from one point to another as needed.

From a map of Naples, I even saw a Maritime Subway.

One thing I noticed is that Alilauro (I went on their site by clicking on it in the link I sent you) seems to go to Capri only from Sorrento. Alilauro shows routes Naples to Sorrento, then Sorrento-Capri. (In case you want to get to Capri.)

Hopes this helps you further. I speak Italian so if there's a site you can't understand, let me know okay?

Wonderful trip!

Travel Tips for Naples

Horn-shape amulets

by Polly74

The cornetto, corna, gobbo, (hunchback), horseshoes, all to bring good luck and fortune!

The Cornetto is, without doubt, the most diffused Italian amulet. Its origins are ancient and go back quite to the times of Neolithic (the 3500 A.C.), when the inhabitants of the huts used to affix outside doors a horn like fertility auspice. Especially in those times the fertility came associated to the fortune in how much, the more people was fertile, more it was powerful and therefore lucky.
The horn draws its origins from the shape, it is believed in fact that the objects to tip, especially if having horn shape, defend from bad infuences.

In Naples you can find plenty of shops selling cornetti, and similar....don't forget to buy one, to bring lucky at home!

Day trip to Amalfi Coast

by Ritchie_Lionheart

Not Pompei, not the Vesuvio, nor Capri, it was the Amalfi Coast that I found the most spectacular day trip I made from Naples. The dreamy resort of Positano (better be a good climber), the busy and historic town of Amalfi or the spectacular terrace of Ravallo, the views are unforgettable. But most so the fact that these villages and towns are not merely tourist resorts, but still feed many local farmers and small businesses. Taste the famous peppers, local tomatoes, grapes and wine, and - above all - the fabulous lemons (heard of Amalfi Limoncello?).

Take a boat ride to Sorrento

by meteorologist1

Take a boat ride from the Port of Naples to Sorrento. Along the way you get to see the city of Naples from a distance as well as see a volcano and mountains. The ride is very pretty.

The cheapest ticket (on the commuter/passenger boat) costs 7.50 euros one way.

Vesuvius

by CliffClaven

If you stand on the Riviera di Chiaia, the dusty palm-fringed bayfront promenade, your eyes will inevitably be drawn to Vesuvius, looming across the bay. It does not have the majesty of Mount Fuji or the ominous menace of Mount Etna but stands, half guard, half guardian, watching over the city. Vesuvius is not extinct. Like a surly guest at a wedding feast, it sometimes rumbles a warning. The last time was in 1944.

Santa Maria Maggiore alla Pietrasanta

by MM212

Completed in 1678, la Chiesa di Santa Maria Maggiore alla Pietrasanta was designed by Cosimo Fanzago in a Baroque style. An 18th century renovation resulted in the addition of the beautiful, albeit faded, painted majolica tiled floor. Just like many churches in central Naples, this one replaced a more ancient church that dated from the 6th century AD. Its name "Pietrasanta" refers to a Holy Stone that was once kept inside. Although the actual church was completely rebuilt, its 10th century campanile (bell tower) was spared and is said to be the only early Mediaeval structure to have survived in Naples. The odd looking tower is one of the most interesting features in the church. It was built from redbrick and reinforced with numerous recycled fragments from Roman structures, including columns and carved friezes (see main photo).

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