The flat was completely renovated and finely decorated, situated in Sorrento center, a few metres from the main square Piazza Lauro and Corso Italia, also close to the railway station and bus terminal to places like POSITANO, AMALFI, CAPRI, POMPEI, Ercolano. The apartment is composed by double bedroom, kitchen, bathroom and living room with private terrace.
The flat has been just renovated and is located in the center of Sorrento near Piazza Lauro and Corso Italia. You have all the services you need, like grocery store, bars, restaurants close to you, easily reachable on foot in a few minutes. You are close to the railway station, so it is really convenient to go to Pompeii, Ercolano and Naples, and also the Bus Terminal is really close, good for visiting Positano, Amalfi, Atrani, Ravello, with a wonderful view during the journey. It is also a quiet place with a perfect location for visiting all the places nearby. There is also a BUS from CURRERI LINES, which takes you here from the AIRPORT and drops you off at the train station, so you don't have to move for long with your luggage. The apartment has INTERNET connection through wire so you have unlimited access to the web and can watch movies and everything else you need with fast connection. It also has tv, washing machine and a balcony where you can dry your clothes, air conditioning in the bedroom and in the living room and everything else the city of Sorrento can offer you.I live in a town nearby so you can contact me if you need something. At arrival to pay in cash city tax is 1,50 euro per person per night!!
There is a bus that leaves from the airport six times a day which can bring you really close to the apartment. There is also a park really close to the apartment if you need it.
During wintertime the gas bottle after the third will be in charge at the guest. The apartment is in a strategic location, situated in front of the train station (CircumVesuviana), the possibility of having the Sita bus and Curreri downstairs to Positano / Amalfi and Ravello and Naples airport. In addition to visit Pompeii and Herculaneum Naples by train (for a minute), which is very convenient. According to a legend the name Sorrento comes from the italian word sirena (syrens) who used to leave in this place. Sorrento was founded as a greek colony. Later came Romans and Sorrento became one of their favourite vacation spot in Italy. They built amazing villas here, that's why still today you can visit the ruins of these villas, such as the Villa of Pollio Felice by the sea.
The heart of the town is Piazza Tasso followed by the historical center, which still preserves the roman orthogonal structure with its alleys full of bars, restaurants, shops and limoncello factories. The main road is Corso Italia, full of boutiques, bars, restaurants and this is the favourite place of local people for a walk. From Piazza Tasso some steps take you down to the beach, where you can also find bars and restaurants.