Residence Rossana

Via Parsano, 6, Sorrento, 80067, Italy
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Ferries from Sorrento

by edfisher

Are there boats or ferries between Sorrento, Positano and Amalfi or do you always have to take a bus?

Re: Ferries from Sorrento

by Maryimelda

There are ferries from Sorrento to Positano but I'm not sure about Amalfi. Please note also, that when the weather is rough, the ferries won't always stop in Positano as it has a very small jetty. You can also get a ferry from Naples.

Re: Ferries from Sorrento

by leics

There are coastal ferries between all three places (and extending further), but their routes vary according to the season and, as noted, services will be suspended if the weather is not suitable.

You can find timetables and routes in English here:

www.metrodelmare.com

The bus timetable is here, under quadro 14/15:

http://www.sitabus.it/wps/portal/OrariCampania

Re: Ferries from Sorrento

by travelgourmet

Just remember that in heavy rains that the road from Sorrento to Amalfi can have mud and rock slides that can shut down the road for hours if not days.

Re: Ferries from Sorrento

by leics

Ye. that happened to me last Feb (fortunately, I was in Sorento at the time).

But you can still get to Positano/Amalfi by bus, just not along the coast road.

Re: Ferries from Sorrento

by nicolaitan

most ferries that stop at positano ( or do not as we did indeed find out the hard way when the seas were rough ) go on to the sheltered pier at amalfi. many then go on to salerno. there is no place for them to stay at positano.

Re: Ferries from Sorrento

by rocee

When I was there a few years ago, I took the bus from Sorrento to Positano and then a boat from Positano to Amalfi. It's a nice view from a different angle.

Travel Tips for Sorrento

Pay attention where you are walking

by GUYON

It is written on the sidewalk :
PRIVATE PROPERTY
USE BY PEDESTRIANS ONLY TO GO TO THE SHOPS.

It is not a private street. It is only a lane of the sidewalk which is private.

Fortunately, you are not obliged to buy in the shops....

Bus from Copodichino (Naples) airport

by garymcgowan

Before travelling I read many tips regarding the train from naples to Sorrento, but few on the bus service, so here we go.

We caught the Curreri Viaggi service from just outside the arrivals bulding. The bus was very comfortable & had good air-conditioning. The trip took us up the coast road to sorrento and was very picturesque.

The cost is 6 euros per person one way. Tickets can be purchased from the driver. Journey takes about 1hour 15 mins. A timetable is available on the Curreri Viaggi website. see below.

Chip and sausage pizza....

by xristinaki about some english pub

Ok, so i'm really not a picky eater...not at all. I like to try new things, and after many mushroom, artichoke and cheese pizza's, i wanted to try something 'different'. So i saw a chip and sausage pizza on the menu....hmmm, i like sausage, and chips? well i like potatoes....BUT I did not expect it to be HOT DOG pieces and FRENCH FRIES....this may be the dream pizza for a 5 year old. So just to warn people....or if this appeals to you, then go to an english pub? whatever floats your boat!

Take a Boat to Capri

by Goner

Sorry to say, a storm was brewing and the boat to Capri does not make the trip if the weather is bad and I wanted to see the "Blue Grotto" ): They say Capri is overrun with tourist, but from the photos I've seen and the articles I have read still make Capri a very special place to visit. For some gorgeous photos of Capri check out Sim1's page on VT.*

Cathedral

by kentishgirl

Sorrento's Cathedral is located on the Corso Italia and is well worth the visit.

The outside is whitewashed and does it no justice at all, inside the building is beautiful, the ceilings and the altar are very impressive.

This is a working Anglican Cathedral where locals come to pray.

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