Villa Alviana Anna Bed & Breakfast

Via delle Rotonda, 9, Sorrento, Campania, 80067, Italy
Villa Alviani Anna
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Sorrento - Rome

by vincentbuhagiarooooo

Would it be difficult to visit Rome from Sorrento, and if not, what kind of transport best to use for getting there please?
Thank you in advance to you all

Re: Sorrento - Rome

by mccalpin

"Difficult"? No. "A bit time-consuming?" Yes.

Fortunately, Sorrento is at the end of the private railroad Circumvesuviana'a line from Naples to Sorrento. Trains leave about every half hour (as I recall) all day long.

When the Circumvesuviana train arrives in Naples Garibaldi (station), where their station is downstairs from the 'FS' (Ferrovie dello Stato) or national railways station. Go upstairs and buy a ticket to Rome on the next train. See http://www.vesuviana.it/]en-US/Reteeorari

Note that you should look at www.trenitalia.com/en/index.html to get a feel for the kinds of trains that go between Rome and Naples, because they vary considerably by speed and price.

As an aside, there is probably a bus that goes to Rome direct from Sorrento - it seems like I saw that recently in one of the forums...however, the number of buses per day is probably quite limited whereas the trains leave all the time (during the day, anyway)...

Bill

Re: Sorrento - Rome

by qaminari

Bill is as usual quite right, there are buses, run by Marozzi, but only 2 a day and while this only gives the timetable from Rome to Sorrento http://www.sorrentotourism.com/eng/ST/page.php?g=8&s=8&ss=b&t=146&tt=18&l=20&st=aa
in the opposite direction it seems buses leave (Sorrento Circumvesuviana station) at 06:00 and arrive (at Roma Tiburtina bus station) at 09.45, the only other one being at 17:00 arr. 21:00. It costs €17.50 one way and €30 return.

Re: Sorrento - Rome

by wildflash

train is perfect for your use.

Re: Sorrento - Rome

by vincentbuhagiarooooo

Thank you all
Vince

Re: Sorrento - Rome

by vincentbuhagiarooooo

THANKS BILL

Travel Tips for Sorrento

Museobottega Della Tarsialignea

by MonicaLouise

I stumbled into this gem - tucked away on Via S. Nicola a few steps from Via Tasso - and would highly recommend it. The history of the production of wooden inlay is layed out in four floors of a fabulously renovated 18th century family Palazza. At the start are historical photos, paintings and prints of the area to give you a feel for early Sorrento as seen through the eyes of the local artists. Then the furniture and other treasures of the inlay artisans and masters are displayed - incredible works of art with informative panels describing the craftsmen and the School of Art collections. Breathtaking. The contrast between this historical establishment and the tourist shops surrounding it is especially ironic. And the fact that the museum was empty of other tourists when I visited it and the shops were crowded is even more unbelievable. After touring the museum, a visit to the Duomo to witness the intarsia work in a public setting will be even more appreciated.

Train between Rome and Sorrento

by malkin

Coming back we took the Circumvesuvia train from Sorrento to Napoli Piazza Garibaldi where we changed for a Trenitalia to Rome Terminii station. Most trains to Rome leave from Napoli Centrale which is the main line station. Piazza Garibaldi Trenitalia station is more of a regional station and not as well geared up to handling tourists. It is in the subway part of the same building as the Centrale station and on the same level as the Circumvesuviana and Metro trains. Occasionally there is a Rome train that leaves from Piazza Garibaldi. Try to avoid them if possible as they are more likely to arrive late.
Circumvesuviana site: www.vesuviana.it/infoeng.htm
Trenitalia site: www.trenitalia.com/en/index.html

train clipart: http://csxsafety.tripod.com/clpart.htm

Olives

by Kaynisa

along the road into the inner part of the city of sorrento you will definitely fine the olive orchards... its not easy to go in... but be nice to the folk there and they surely be nice to u back and ask them if they can show u around their orchard.... thats what i did.. and see i got it! i went thru some nice orchard really....

Capri - Tiberius’ Villa (Villa Jovis)

by Wowmoment

The walk from Capri town (take Via Sopromonte or Via le Bottege) is all up hill with some fairly steep sections, but it can be done in about an hour with pauses for breath! All the way you are treated to seeing the villas and homes of those lucky ones who live on Capri plus lemon groves and other cultivation.

The villa itself is interesting and you can see where the old boy spent his debauched last years (yes I remember I Claudius), but the situation is the star here. Views back to the mainland and other parts of Capri and straight down the cliffs to the blue, blue sea.

On the way back down from the villa, a few yards past the toilets on the left, is a stone gateway leading to a little park. Do not miss this for even more stunning views and a nice place to sit and eat the picnic you thoughtfully brought with you.

Hugging the coast in Sorrento

by Pawtuxet

"Hillsides surrounding Sorrento"

Sorrento is a quiet little town steeped in history and tradition. The Bay of Naples accents the coastline with its unique shade of blue, and the hills rise from behind the town to the distant cloud line. We found this a charming little place to walk and discover. There are back paths to explore along the rows of citrus and olives. We found their lemon liquer which is their signature product for tourists to enjoy. Stay a while...if you can. This is as beautiful environment for a retreat as you will find.

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 Villa Alviana Anna Bed & Breakfast

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Address: Via delle Rotonda, 9, Sorrento, Campania, 80067, Italy