How to get to Sorrento

Sorrento is only 50 kilometers away from Naples and can be reached by car, hydrofoil, bus, or train.

By Car 
From the A3 motorway Naples - Pompeii - Sorrento, take the exit at Castellammare di Stabia and continue straight following the signs for "Sorrento".

By Hydrofoil
During the summer, when traffic becomes more chaotic on the coast, the most relaxing and fastest way to reach Sorrento is by taking the hydrofoil or ferry.
Numerous departures are available from the Molo Beverello in Naples. There is an Alibus from Capodichino Airport to reach the Molo Beverello for boarding.

By Air:
To reach Sorrento by air, you can land at Naples Capodichino Airport, which is just under 50 km from Sorrento. 

By Bus: 
Upon arriving at Capodichino Airport, you will find  Curreri Buses  with the boarding point located in the bus parking area, which reach Sorrento.

The ticket can be purchased online or directly on board. 
To reach Sorrento, you can use the Flixbus service.
An alternative to the train from Rome is the  Marozzi Bus from Rome to Sorrento, which departs from Rome Tiburtina Monday to Friday at 3:00 PM and on Saturday and Sunday at 7:00 AM.

By Train

To reach Sorrento by train, use Circumvesuviana  on the lower level of the Naples Central Station at Piazza Garibaldi. The train takes about an hour and ten minutes, and the ticket costs around 5 euros.  
There are also Campania Expresswhich do not stop at all stations and take less time, but the ticket price is higher.