Sorrento - Things to do & Attractions
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Top Things to do in Sorrento
See Pompeii and Vesuvius
When you’re in this part of Italy, a visit to Pompeii and Vesuvius is a must-do! Discover a city forever frozen in time on a guided tour of Pompeii, and walk to the top of Mount Vesuvius, the only active volcano in mainland Europe, and look down on its blackened crater. A fascinating, fun and educational day out for adults and kids alike.
Cruise the Amalfi Drive!
Kick back and experience a real taste of the beautiful south of Italy on a tour along the stunning Amalfi Drive, along the winding cliff-top roads to visit the beautiful towns of Positano, Amalfi and Ravello.
Relax and Enjoy
Travel across the Bay of Naples for a day on the beautiful lush Ischia island, and make sure you take a dip in the therapeutic waters of the thermal spa created by Ischia’s volcano, which range in temperature from bubbling hot to icy cold!
Sorrento – Quick Facts
- Flight Time from UK:
- The average flight time is 2 hours 40 minutes.
- The closest airport to Sorrento is Naples
- Opening Times:
- Shops are usually open from 10am-1.30pm and between 4.30pm-8pm.
- Larger shops are normally open continuously during the day.
- Shops are open on Sundays at their own discretion.
- Chemists are usually open from Mon-Fri from 9am-1.30pm and from 3.30pm-8pm.
- Temperatures in Sorrento can range from 10°C in January and February to averages of 24°C in July August.
- The sea temperatures are on average 15°C in January and February and reach averages of 24°C in July and August.
- Country code: +39
- Area code: 081
- Emergency: 113
- Police: 112
- Fire Brigade: 115
- Ambulance: 118
- EU standard, 220 V
Sorrento – Getting Around
- Sorrento’s local bus company EAV runs a frequent service around Sorrento and to other surrounding towns.
- If you’re looking to travel further out of Sorrento to other resorts such as Positano and Amalfi then the SITA bus company runs from outside the Sorrento railway station.
- Train travel in Sorrento is an easy and cheap way to get around. A daily service runs between Sorrento and Naples with stops at other major resorts.
- With the steep streets of Sorrento, car hire may be a preferable option if you plan on exploring Sorrento and possibly some other surrounding towns.
- Both large international car rental companies and smaller local ones can be found around Sorrento.
- Taxis are plentiful around Sorrento. However, travelling by taxi is only really advisable for short journeys, as they can be quite expensive.
Located on the southern coast of Italy, Sorrento’s famed sea cliffs look out over Ischia, Capri and the Bay of Naples. But try not to spend all your time admiring the views, as there are loads of fabulous things to do in Sorrento!
With great diving, boat cruises and beautiful landscapes to explore, as well as Pompeii, Herculaneum and Mount Vesuvius on your doorstep, deciding what to do in Sorrento won’t prove a problem.