Miglio D'Oro Park Hotel

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

Corso Resina 296, Ercolano, Sorrento, Campania, 80056, Italy
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Costs 21% less than similarly rated 4.5 star hotels

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Logistics - Sorrento Base - Pompeii, Ercolano, Villa Poppaea et al

by oldentrance2

After looking at the michelin site, I'm now thinking we should do Herculaneum + Naples Archaelogical museum in one day (a Monday), and Pompeii + Villa Poppaea on another. Where would one fit Vesuvius in on either day?
Thank you all, Carol

Re: Logistics - Sorrento Base - Pompeii, Ercolano, Villa Poppaea et al

by hawkhead

Following on from another of your postings, I would have one full day for Pompeii. Herculaneum and Arch. Museum one day, Pompeii another, and Villa Poppaea and Vesuvius on another.

Or, Herculaneum and Villa Popaea one day. Pompeii another day. Arch. Museum and Vesuvius another day, so that if the weather is not right for Vesuvius or the bus doesn't run or whatever, then you can devote more time to Naples itself.

Re: Logistics - Sorrento Base - Pompeii, Ercolano, Villa Poppaea et al

by alza

Hi Carol,
First I thought you were driving, since you checked via michelin... but hawkhead mentions bus so I'll assume you're using public transports.

With 2 days, I agree with hawkhead, reserve one full day for POMPEI. Personally, at same time, I'd visit VILLA POPPEIA (called Oplontis, one stop after Pompei Scavi.)
Pompei is vast and spectacular, 4 hours is NOT too much... The sun can be harsh and tiring. Less crowded Oplontis after that would be soothing.

Audio guide is a good idea where they have them.

Next day, ERCOLANO (think the Circumvesuviana stop is Ercolano Scavi) in morning then to NAPLES for the Archeological MUSEUM. Ercolano is easier to navigate than Pompei, cool site even if less spectacular. Probably most pleasant to do just before a Museum. I spent quite a long time in the Museum, loved it! just to say, one gets tired and thirsty, hungry etc. :)

Unless you're driving to VESUVIO, which makes things easy enough, I think it will be difficult to time it all with the rest by bus.
+ to be worthwhile, you need clear skies on top and that's hard to tell from bottom.
It's wise to go early in day and keep other visits for when you come down.
Bus makes a 20-minute stop on the way where you're offered info/tickets/postcards etc and it's a waste of time. If that's an afternoon bus, often you reach the top with ticket but the site is CLOSED! So go early, bring water and walking stick, it's not a hard climb. I personally would skip Vesuvio with so little time.

If you go to Vesuvio, perhaps only Ercolano later same day would be enough. Consider not just time factor but energy required to do Vesuvio, Ercolano + Museum on same day. A bit much.

and since you're based in SORRENTO, keep some time to enjoy it, it's quite pleasant. I think you'd enjoy beautiful coast from there to POSITANO (quaint, with restaurants by the sea, artists etc) and return Sorrento same day -- more than risking everything to include Vesuvio, only to find weather isn't good at the last minute.

Buon viaggio!

Re: Logistics - Sorrento Base - Pompeii, Ercolano, Villa Poppaea et al

by alza

You can get combined ticket for Pompei and Ercolano, cheaper than 2 separate entrances. But I don't know if a "combinata" needs to be used on same day. Check it out on the spot.

Re: Logistics - Sorrento Base - Pompeii, Ercolano, Villa Poppaea et al

by hawkhead

I agree about leaving time for Sorrento. Have a look at my Sorrento pages for a tip or two on things to do/see.

Travel Tips for Naples

Naples Tip

by damerow

Use Naples as a hub, and see whats around it. Looking out the back of a ferry was one of my favorite ways of seeing Naples. Eat everything you can while your there (avoid the blemishes of a city with fantastic cuisine, ie. the McDonalds, and the Pizza Hut)

Go to a Calcio (soccer) game at San Paolo Stadium

by sargentjeff

The Napolitans are fanatical about their soccer team, and you can often hear screams coming from San Paolo Stadium on Sunday afternoons. Wear blue and white, as those are Naples colors, Wait a minute, or was it Red and Black? just kidding, red and black are AC Milano's colors.

Nonna is cooking!

by Nic2004 about Marino

We were the first to arrive at this small restaurant (6 tables) and were greeted very cordially by an old guy and an old lady. The menu was written by hand, sometimes a little bit hard to decipher. However, the man was very helpful, read it to us, explained some dishes we did not know (I do not know if he speaks English, we talked only Italian). After having ordered, the lady disappeared into the kitchen and the food we finally got was great, casareccia (homemade)! Highly recommendable! pasta, insalata, pesce a stella: everything was delicious, especially the fish!


by Lcannar

I absolutely loved Herculaneum. It's smaller and less crowded than Pompeii. The buildings are in better shape and you can delve deeper into them. The town of Ercolano was also very pleasant. I would recommend eating lunch before going to the ruins (scavi) because 1) they don't sell food there, 2) by the time you come out, the restaurants have closed for the afternoon.

Galleria Umberto I - rooftop view

by yooperprof

Looking down at the Galleria from the nearby hillside allows you to appreciate the way that its glass roof still dominates the neighborhood. And it also makes it seem as if Naples has changed very little in the last 100 years!


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Address: Corso Resina 296, Ercolano, Sorrento, Campania, 80056, Italy