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Airport near Sorrento

Are you looking for the airport near Sorrento? Find useful information below:

Naples Airport Capodichino (airport code: NAP) is the closest airport to one of today's most sought after international destinations, Sorrento. Find below some useful information and make your trip to Sorrento more enjoyable, memorable, and hassle-free by knowing your options for a transfer, and how to get to the airport in the first place.


Is there an airport in Sorrento?

No, there isn't any. The closest airport to Sorrento Italy is the Naples International Airport. Some websites report as Sorrento airport code: RRO but actually it’s a misleading information as Sorrento in Italy got only the train station and the port.


Where do you fly to for Sorrento?

You'd be flying to cities with airports near Sorrento. The nearest is located in Naples within the city's Capodichino district (Naples airport code: NAP), about 31 miles from town and serves as a Sorrento Italy airport. The second one is Rome (Rome Fiumicino airport code: FCO. Rome Ciampino airport code: CIA) , which is about 180 miles from Sorrento.


Are there cheap flights to Sorrento?

Yes, easyJet offers low cost flights that land in Naples or Rome. From these cities, travel to Sorrrento is filled with breathtaking views and some of the most beautiful scenery in Italy. 

How about from Dublin, are there flights to Sorrento?

Yes, major flight companies have year long flights from Dublin to Naples (Sorrento) with one connection stop. Note that only Aer Lingus has direct connection from April to September.


How to get from Naples Airport to Sorrento?

Naples International Airport is 50 km, roughly about 31 miles far from Sorrento's center. If you've booked a hotel in Sorrento independently, you typically have four ways to get there- by bus, train, ferry or private transfer.

 

 

 

Bus

Riding a bus will take you to town in approximately 2 hours, depending on traffic along the way. However, bus connections from Naples airport to Sorrento runs on schedules and timetables can be erratic which is crudely about every 2 hours. You pay the driver in cash upon boarding, without seat reservations, and luggages are kept on the bus hold under the passenger cabin.

Train

The most economical option is to take the airport bus from Naples Airport, located in front of the passenger terminal, to the main Naples train station and board the train. The airport bus runs every 20 minutes, and 30 during weekends, and the ride to Central Station (Stazione Napoli Centrale) is about 15 minutes. Trains to Sorrento run approximately every 30 minutes and the journey takes well over an hour depending on the number of stops. Buy your ticket prior to boarding.

Ferry

To get to the Port in Naples (Napoli Beverello), you can take a bus which will take you to Piazza Municipio that's close to the port, or hire a taxi. Taking a boat is more expensive than by train, but faster with travel time depending on the line you choose, surrounded by great views. Once you arrive at Marina Piccola in Sorrento, you may want to ride a bus again or taxi to get to the centre of town.

Private Transfer

A private transfer from Naples to Sorrento is by far the best means to get to town. It's more economical than taking a cab, and definitely preferable over public transport like buses and trains. You'll have an English-speaking driver ready and waiting for you right outside the arrival gate, quickly spotted with a tag bearing your surname. There'd be no delays, for he'll be present at the agreed time to comfortably drive you straight to Sorrento within just an hour's drive. You simply can't beat the convenience of a seamless journey exclusive to you and your companions, or entire family if you've brought them along.