BY PLANE

The nearest airport to Sorrento is Naples Capodichino, about 50 km from Sorrento.

The airport is connected to major Italian and foreign destinations. From Naples airport to Sorrento, you can take a shuttle bus from the Curreri line.

BY TRAIN

From Naples Central Station-Piazza Garibaldi reach the Circumvesuviana line, every half an hour or take the fast train Campania Express

Trains leave heading to Sorrento penisula.

BY CAR

Whether you come from the North or South of Italy, if you want to get to Sorrento by car, you must always follow the signs for Naples on the highway.
Arriving in Naples, take the A3 motorway (which is part of the E45 and E90) towards Sorrento Peninsula and exit at Castellammare di Stabia.

From here, take the SS 145 Sorrentina road: you will just have to follow the coastline and after crossing the Seiano, Meta di Sorrento, Sant'Agnello you will finally arrive in the beautiful Sorrento.

BY HIDROFOIL 

If you want to enjoy the panorama of the Sorrento coast from the sea, you can reach Sorrento with the hydrofoils and the ferries made available by various local maritime companies.

You will spend about 40 minutes to reach the port of Sorrento, so travel is fast, though more expensive than other transportation solutions.
From the harbor of Sorrento, the city center is 500 meters away, which can be reached on foot by bus or by lift.