Due to the Covid-19 emergency, many routes have been suspended until 14 April, 2020.
The schedules published on this page are the official annual schedules, but we strongly suggest contacting the transport companies directly to confirm if specific routes are running.
Note that at this time that all residents and visitors in Italy can only move around in cases of pressing need and with an "autocertificazione" pass.
Curreri Bus Schedule
From Naples, the bus departs from the P1 parking area at the Capodichino International Airport. The bus arrives ten minutes before each scheduled departure.
Bus tickets for Sorrento cost EUR 10 and can be purchased from the driver. Two pieces of luggage are included with the bus ticket: 1 large suitcase to store in the luggage compartment and one small bag or purse to bring on the bus. Each additional piece of luggage costs EUR 5. Pets are not allowed on board.
The bus also has stops in Castellammare di Stabia. Vico Equense, Meta, Piano, and Sant'Agnello.
The Sorrento stop is at the Circumvesuviana station downtown.
The ride lasts about 1 hour and 15 minutes, though can take longer when there is heavy traffic.
We suggest taking the bus to Capodichino Airport at least 5 hours prior to your flight's departure time.
Buses run daily, except for 25 December and 1 January.
If you need to reach the Naples airport on Sunday evening in the summer, or on the Easter Monday, 25 April, and 1 May holidays, it's a good idea to consider an alternative as you may end up stuck in heavy traffic.
If your flight arrives after the last departs, your only alternative is to reach Sorrento by private transfer or taxi. The average rate for transfers from Naples to Sorrento is between EUR 80 and EUR 100. We recommend booking a transfer rather than taking a taxi, as you will have a driver waiting to meet you when your flight lands.