When do Campania Express trains run?
The Campania Express runs all year long.
How much does the Campania Express ticket from Naples to Sorrento cost?
Currently, a Campania Express ticket from Naples to Sorrento costs EUR 8.
Where can I buy tickets for the Campania Express?
Tickets can be purchased online through the official EAV Campania website or at the Circumvesuviana ticket office 20 minutes before departure.
Where is the Campania Express station?
The Campania Express departs from the Circumvesuviana station on the lower level of the Naples Garibaldi (or Naples Centrale) station. This is the city's main train station where high-speed trains arrive and depart.
Do the Campania Express trains have disabled access?
The Naples Piazza Garibaldi (Centrale) train station is not accessible to wheelchairs and to reach the underground platforms you must descend the stairs on foot. The Naples Porta Nolana train station is accessible, and you must go to the EAV info desk for assistance. The Sorrento station is also accessible, but the Herculaneum and Pompeii stations are not.
What's the difference between the Circumvesuviana and Campania Express trains?
These two routes run along the same line. The Circumvesuviana is a commuter route that caters to locals, with routes running all day and stopping at all stations. The Campania Express is a tourist route, so only stops at sights near major attractions (like Pompeii and Herculaneum) and runs less frequently. There is guaranteed seating, air conditioning, and luggage storage space on the Campania Express but not on the Circumvesuviana.