This scenic resort is truly impressive, sitting as it does high above the twinkling blue waters of the Bay of Naples with fantastic views in the distance. Bustling and stylish, it is a wonderful place to explore with a myriad of pavement cafés, trattorias and shops fringing its lanes, as well as plenty of tranquil flower-filled corners. The ancient ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum are within easy reach and Capri is also just a short boat ride away. Nightlife in Sorrento can be found in the numerous cafés and bars where al fresco seating is the perfect place to watch the world go by. Lively music and nightclubs add to the mix at weekends.
If a trip to Italy’s Neapolitan Riviera sounds enticing, Sorrento should be at the top of your list. What’s more, with a great range of hotels in the area, you can’t go wrong. Choose from luxury resorts or apartments for a more affordable option.
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The average flight time to Sorrento from the UK is 2 hours 40 minutes.
Sorrento is a beautiful town along the Neapolitan Riviera in Sorrento, so sightseeing in the town is a pleasure. From quaint squares and museums to green spaces full of lush nature. A trip to Sorrento will also places you in a great position to visit the famous Amalfi Coast. Perhaps one of the most picturesque places you’ll ever see, small towns line the cliffs and provide stunning views of the mountains and sea.
Sorrento sees an influx of tourists between the spring months and October. These months usually provide a sense of hustle and bustle to the town as there are more ferry services running to and from nearby islands as well as the Amalfi Coast. Weather wise, the summer is a great time to visit Sorrento as temperatures usually soar. However, the spring is also a pleasant time of year to visit as temperatures are mild and suitable for sightseeing.
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