Casa Dominova Bed and Breakfast Sorrento

Via Padre Reginaldo Giuliani 58, Sorrento, Campania, Italy
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naples to sorrento transfer

by mariastrinati

i shall be arriving at naples airport at 2130 can you tell me the cheapest way to get to sorrento

Re: naples to sorrento transfer

by angiebabe

When I was trying to get from Sorrento to the Naples airport I did a google and found buses that go direct - I ended up doing that with no problems - from Sorrento the airport for 7 euro.

So try that to get an idea of the timetables for the other direction.

Re: naples to sorrento transfer

by newwoman

I travelled from Naples airport to Sorrento by bus. They go about every hour and cost around 5 euro. It's the most spectacular one-hour journey along the Amalfi Coast. Mary

Re: naples to sorrento transfer

by Jesperp

You can go by bus for Sorrrento from Naples Airport (Napoli Aeroporto) for 10 euro according to the website
Regards Jesper

Re: naples to sorrento transfer

by leics

Curreri buses are excellent: the stop is directly opposite arrivals so you really can't miss it.

By far the best way to get to Sorrento (and back).

Re: naples to sorrento transfer

by scanos

Last time I was there we paid 20 euros for a taxi which we agreed in advance with the driver.You might want to consider this given your arrival time.



Re: naples to sorrento transfer

by leics

Taxi fare to Sorrento will be at least 60 euro now, quite possibly more.

If you have missed the last Curreri bus (which is possible) then get an airport bus to Napoli Centrale station, go down a level and take the Circumvesuviana train to Sorrento. Journey time is around an hour. Timetables here:

Click Linea Napoli Sorrento.

Re: naples to sorrento transfer

by hawkhead

Last year when we were doing the same trip, the last bus left at 19.00 - it did wait for about 15 minutes. So I think you will have to take one of the other options, either taxi or the Circumvesuviana route.

Re: naples to sorrento transfer

by Jesperp

I will suggest at you go by taxi to Napoli - Garibaldi (STAZIONE CENTRALE F.S.) and go by the train of Circumvesuviana to Sorrento at the time you leave there.

The website of Circumvesuviana in English and in Italian:

Google translate:

Regards Jesper

Re: naples to sorrento transfer

by angiebabe

I suggest you see if you can find any timetables for those buses that leave from just outside the airport and you might be lucky - they might have a late one in anticipation of the plane whichd be great. and then work around that if none.

Re: naples to sorrento transfer

by leics

The timetables are linked in the post above.

Curreri is an absolutely brilliant carrier, but clearly does not think a service is warranted at that time. The last bus leaves at 18:30.

Re: naples to sorrento transfer

by leics

Sorry........wrong way round. The new Curreri site is not as easy to use as the old one.

Last bus from the airport is at 19:30

Re: naples to sorrento transfer

by Jesperp

In the airport you go by Alibus and get off the bus at Piazza Garibaldi (fermata Alibus) as lies close to the railway station "Circomvesuviana Napoli Collegamento Fs" according to ViaMichelin

Fermata = bus stop.


Regards Jesper

Travel Tips for Sorrento


by toonsarah

This tip is not so much about “Off the beaten path” as above it! Everywhere we went in Sorrento we saw these beautifully looked-after shrines on the walls, with fresh flowers and often little votive candles. They made for a nice photo essay and for me captured the essence of this little town – very Italian in flavour, well-kept and well-loved, strongly traditional but with modern touches.

It was only when I got home and started sorting my photos that I realised almost all the shrines depict the same scene. I’ve tried to find out more but can’t track down any information about the story they tell, so if anyone can help I’d be grateful.

Explore the Amalfi Coast by bus


The Amalfi Coast is served by blue SITA buses. There are frequent services along the breathtaking Amalfi Drive from Sorrento via Positano to either Amalfi or Salerno. The main bus station in Sorrento is located just outside the train station at Piazza G. B. De Curtis.

He's the GO TO man for Sorrento, Amalfi etc

by Anooshem

My friend had highly recommended Fabrizio and Antonino to pick us up at the airport and that turned out to be just the start of a relationship that was great for us.

We were traveling with a handicapped person and they killed themselves getting a wheelchair from a charity, wouldn't take any money (we tipped them hugely of course) and were at the end of the phone whenever we needed anything.

He can arrange tours, help direct you to places and will make suggestions. I had shopped prior to getting there and his prices were so competitive and his service is way above and beyond anything we could imagine.

They made whatever arrangeements we needed, airport pickups and dropoffs, amalfi coast tours, day in Rome, day on Mt. Vesuvius, etc etc. I can't recommend them enough. They are honest, helpful, nice guys in business but will help you with things that they don't have (private boat and captain to cruise around and onto Capri for a day (50 euros each, there were 9 of us, can you beat that???)

Contact Fabrizio at, if for nothing else to get to and from the airport without any hassle. He's the man!


by guell

When we travel, our goal is to find beautiful out-of-the-way places filled with character, yet not overrun with tourists. We found such a place in Ravello. Many people who come to this area stop at the town of Amalfi and continue on bypassing Ravello all together. Well, their loss was our gain. See my Ravello page for more info.


by stalks

"Spectacular scenary"

We caught the Marrozzi Bus from the bus station at the Tibertina Railway Station which went directly to Sorrento. This turned out to be a good option as it was a relaxing drive and enabled us to see some of the beautiful countryside and it beat having to change trains at Naples. We left at 7am and arrived in Sorrento aroumd 11am or a bit before.

Sorrento was a great place to stay and to use as a base to visit other places on the Amalfi Coast like Positano and Amalfi along with the Isle of Capri. Pompei and Naples were only a train ride away

Everything you need at Sorrento is only a short walk away. The Marina Grande, the Marina Piccola, San Agnello and the main shopping area off Italia Corso are within easy reach of anywhere in Sorrento


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Address: Via Padre Reginaldo Giuliani 58, Sorrento, Campania, Italy