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.
Circumvesuviana Train Schedules updated according to official schedule changes (only stops for the main tourist sights)
The Circumvesuviana station is on the lower level of the Naples Centrale train station, below the high speed train platforms. Take the stairs down from the center of the station.
You cannot purchase tickets online, but only at the ticket window or one of the newspaper stands in the station. There is no combination train and bus ticket for the Amalfi Coast.
Tickets from Naples to Sorrento cost EUR 3.60.
Trains to Sorrento always depart from track 3. To reach this track, there are no elevators or escalators. Pay attention to the display and make sure you board a train to Sorrento and not Sarno!
It takes about 1 hour and 10 minutes by train from Naples to Sorrento. DD trains do not stop at all the stations, so reach Sorrento in about 50 minutes.
Sorrento is the final stop on the line.
There is an elevator at the Sorrento station, which is located in the center of Sorrento.
There is no luggage storage area on the train, and no air conditioning.
Sita buses for the Amalfi Coast depart from right outside the Sorrento train station, and you can purchase tickets at the ticket stand near the bus or at the newspaper stand in the station.
Campania Express Schedule: The train line between Naples and Sorrento with air conditioning, guaranteed seating, and luggage storage.