famous city overlooking the sea
in front of the bay of Naples and Vesuvius, a few kilometres from the excavations of Pompeii and between the perfumes of the two coasts: the Amalfi and Sorrento.
Also known for being the city of Torquato Tasso (author of the famous Jerusalem Delivered), Sorrento teems with cultural caves which collect a thousand-year history and with fabulous views, where you can taste the typical delights of Sorrento cuisine.
The cafes of the main square and the sound of the characteristic Sorrentine coach preempt the historic alleys of the city, where you can buy an excellent bottle of limoncello or try some beautiful handmade sandals going down to the ancient fishing village of Marina Grande.
Rosa Magra Guest House is conveniently located in the centre of Sorrento, ready to make your trip around the city as pleasant as possible.
How to get to Sorrento
Rosa Magra Guest House is located in Corso Italia, in the heart of Sorrento a few steps from the main square and from the main means of transport. If you are coming to Sorrento by public transport and you have luggage, on request you can be welcomed by the typical Sorrentine coach which will take you directly to Rosa Magra Guest House without any stress.
Get to Sorrento by car
People who come to Sorrento by car surely value their independence. You should know, however, that once you get to your destination you should leave the car and the traffic and get around some other way; we will explain where you should park and how to do so. In the meantime, take the A3 Naples-Pompeii-Sorrento and take the exit at Castellammare di Stabia, following the signs to Sorrento. After about 20 kilometres, you will have arrived.
Get to Sorrento by plane
For those who arrive at Naples-Capodichino airport we recommend the Curreri bus which you will find right in front of the airport gate (tickets can be purchased on board). But try to get to Naples before 9:30 pm, otherwise you will have to take a taxi or transfer and spend more than 80 euros.
Get to Sorrento by train
After arriving at the Garibaldi station of Naples, take the Circumvesuviana line towards Sorrento and get off at the last stop. The last trip from Naples leaves after 21:00 but you should check the current timetables updated on the Eav website.
Get to Sorrento by bus from Rome
If you are in Rome and want to reach Sorrento by just one means of public transport, then we recommend the buses which depart from Roma Tiburtina station like Marozzi and Flixbus.