Where we are
There is a side of Sorrento which is almost unknown, far from the beaten path and bustle of the Sorrento historic center, where most tourists spend their visit. This is the Sorrento of the hilltops, overlooking the sea; of fragrant gardens of lemons and oranges trees, of slow-placed days and nights where you can savor a relaxing holiday. This is the Sorrento of La Terrazza, the Vacation Rental tucked in the lush hillsides of Sant’Agnello; just 2 kilometers far from Sorrento main square.
By car, driving along the motorway A 2 Rome-Naples for those who come from the north; or the A 16 Bari-Naples for those who come from the south, you get onto the A3. Exiting at Castellammare of Stabia, you arrive to the SS Sorrentine 145 – that travelling alongside the sea – permits you to reach Sorrento.
The SS 145 offers an extraordinary spectacle, and as you pass by the towns of Seiano, Meta, Piano of Sorrento and Saint Agnello. Once arrived in the main Square of Sant’Agnello; where there’s the Saint Agnello Church (on your left), just opposite this church, at the corner; there’s a Pharmacy and a steep street “via Monsignor Bonaventura Gargiulo”, take it and than “Via Ferraro”; after 50 mt. on your left is the parking of La Terrazza.
By public transportation, there are various possibilities: if you arrive in Naples with the trains of the State railway (FS); the Central Station of Garibaldi Square is connected by underground passageways to the lines of the Circumvesuviana, which link directly Naples and Sorrento. The trains depart every 30 minutes, and in a little more than an hour, you arrive in Sorrento. The updated timetables can be consulted on the site http://www.eavsrl.it/web/orario-integrato. You have to stop in Sant’Agnello train station.
By plane, from Naples Capodichino Airport, you could to use the daily bus connections, effectued by the Curreri bus service (www.curreriviaggi.it). Every day, six trips are foreseen which connect Sorrento (Tasso Square) with the Capodichino Airport (Naples). At 09:00am – 11:00am – 01:00pm – 02:30pm – 04:30pm – 07:00pm. The trip takes approximately 1 hour. You must stop in Sant’Agnello square.
If you are looking for an easier way to get to Sorrento from Rome, you can sign up for the Marrozzi bus. This company offers a private motor coach that leaves from the Tiburtina Station in Rome. You can check the company’s website to check what time the bus leaves and if there have been any changes to the schedules. Go to www.marrozzivt.it for more information.
You have to stop in Sant’Agnello square.
The regular bus schedule from Rome Tiburtina to Sorrento is as follows:
Weekdays: Departs Rome at 7:00 – Arrives at Sorrento at 11:10
Sundays & Holidays: Departs at 15:30 –Arrives at 18:45
Rome, Leonardo da Vinci or Fiumicino Airport is located 26 km southwest of the city of Rome. The Leonardo Express is the direct train that serves the route between the airport and the centre of the city of Rome every 30 minutes. – Trains from Termini depart from the track 24 on the right. Ticket costs euro 11, available at the counter as well as the Termini news stand. Tickets sold at the departure platform are more expensive. Get your ticket stamped in a yellow validation machine just before using it. Ticket expires 90 minutes after validation. The modern train Leonardo Express, covers the distance in 30 minutes.
There is also the possibility to use the city’s metropolitan train that has a correspondence with the Metro. The metropolitan train FM1 links the airport of Rome with the Bus station in Roma Tiburtina.
The Metropolitan train leaves from the track on the left but does not stop at Termini. Get off at Tiburtina Station or at Ostiense Station to connect also to the Rome Metro. Tickets: euro 5.50, plus euro 1 for a metro ticket. The extra cost of the Leonard Express is for the convenience of a direct ride to Termini. If you are going somewhere else on the Metro, Tiburtina and Ostiense are as convenient. Get your ticket stamped in a yellow validation machine just before using it.
The Rome Ciampino Airport has its own small railway station, which links the airport with the mainline train station in central Rome. Various bus operators provide onward travel into the city and a designated transfer service connects Ciampino with Leonardo da Vinci, Rome’s second airport. Some airport buses leave for Ciampino railway station from where passengers can board trains to Rome’s main train station. Other bus services take passengers directly to the main train station Roma Termini in central Rome. COTRAL/Schiaffini buses leave every 15 minutes from the Anagnina stop of Metro Line A to travel to Ciampino. Bus operators Terravision Ltd, Schiaffini and the official Bus Shuttle transport passengers in around 40 minutes from Roma Termini, the main train station in the city, to the airport.
Rome Tiburtina station and Sorrento (Tasso Square).
Sorrento can be easily reached also by sea; by to the hydrofoils that connect the Beverello Pier (Naples, opposite the Maschio Angioino) with the Harbour of Marina Piccola (small seashore) in Sorrento.
Upon arrival at the Sorrento Harbour you will find the yellow buses of the Eav which connect the Sant’Agnello.
You must stop in “via Ferraro” Maiano near San Rocco church, than, travel along the street for few meters and arrive at La Terrazza. Ticket cost 1.00 euro (buy direct on the bus)
Time Table daily: 07:30 – 08:30 10:00 – 11:00 – 12:30 – 15:00 – 16:15 – 17:00 – 18:00 – 19:00
Time table holiday:08:30 – 10:00 – 12:00 – 16:00 – 17:00 – 18:00.
There are also a orange bus “Eav” to Trasaella, you must stop in “via Ferraro” Maiano near San Rocco Church.
We have also a conventioned transfer service with EuroLimo.
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