Three Days in Sorrento, Italy

Three Days in Sorrento, Italy, Sorrento, Italy (B)

If you only have three days to spend on the Amalfi Coast, I recommend staying in Sorrento as it is a very good central location for seeing the area. Having said that, if you are looking for rest and relaxation on the coast, three days is not enough time. I recommend staying at least week midway along the Amalfi Coast so that you can avoid the crowds and visit the popular towns in the evening when the masses have gone home for the day. I thought I was going in the off season during September, and compared to August, apparently I was, but it certainly felt otherwise. This is what I learned during my time in Sorrento and on the Amalfi Coast.

It’s likely easiest to fly into Naples to eliminate two train rides, but the airline pricing from the USA encouraged me to fly to Rome. From Rome, it takes three train rides to get to Sorrento, but it is the most affordable route. The first is the Leonardo Express train, a non-stop service between the airport (FCO) and Roma Termini (the main station). The train departs every half hour from 6:23 to 23:23, and the trip takes 32 min. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Three Days in Sorrento, Italy
Guide Location: Italy » Sorrento
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Elizabeth Bankhead
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Relais Villa Angiolina
  • Piazza Tasso
  • Fauno Bar
  • Piazza S. Antonino
  • Piazza Della Vittoria
  • Chiesa di San Paolo
  • Ristorante Sorrento
  • Hotel Antiche Mura
  • ruins of Il Vallone dei Mulini
  • Ristorante Fuoro
  • Marina Grande via
  • Five Sisters Restaurant
  • Davide il Gelato
  • I Giardini di Cataldo
  • Chiesa e Chiostro di S Francesco
  • Gigino