The beautiful frame of Sorrento will host the SITIS Conference!

How to get to Sorrento from the Airport of Naples

The Organizing Secretariat YES Meet (Tel. 0039 081 8770604 – can arrange private transfers for Conference attendees

By public bus

Outside the arrival area at the airport of Naples Capodichino, there is the bus stop of the line “Curreri” connecting directly the airport to Sorrento. The trip lasts about 75 minutes and stops in Sorrento is near the train station in Piazza De Curtis. Ticket (Euro 10,00) can be purchased on board. At website it is possible to check the timetable.

Outside the arrival area, there is also the bus stop of the line called ALIBUS (ticket costs € 5,00 and can be purchased from the driver), connecting Naples airport to Naples train station Piazza Garibaldi, from where a local train called Circumvesuviana can be caught to go to Sorrento (ticket costs € 3,90).
ALIBUS also stops at Molo Beverello (Beverello pier) from where a ferry to reach Sorrento by sea can be caught.

By train

From Naples Airport or from other cities get to Naples main train station (Napoli Centrale – Garibaldi) and catch line to Sorrento of the local train CIRCUMVESUVIANA. Departure platforms for Circumvesuviana are at floor -2.

By sea

At Molo Beverello (Beverello pier) in Naples it is possible to catch a ferry or a hydrofoil to reach Sorrento. The trip lasts about 45 minutes. Find time table at ALILAURO company website

From Rome

The Organizing Secretariat YES Meet (Tel. 00390818770604 – can arrange private transfers for Congress attendees.
It is possible to reach Sorrento by train from Rome-Fiumicino Airport to Rome main train station called Termini and from there by a second train to Naples and then a third train to Sorrento.
Trains run from Rome Airport to Roma Termini every 30′ (trip: 30′) and it’s called “Leonardo Express”. From Roma Termini, fast (Trenitalia Frecciarossa or Italo) trains run approx every hour to Napoli Centrale (trip: approx 1 hour).
Schedules and rates can be found at Trenitalia website or Italo website.

It is also possible to go by bus of the line “Marozzi” connecting Roma Tiburtina station to Sorrento. The trip lasts about 4 hours and stops in Sorrento is in Piazza Lauro square.

How to get to Sorrento by car

From the A3 (Napoli – Salerno) motorway take the exit “Castellammare di Stabia” and follow the indication to “Penisola Sorrentina” or Sorrento.
After going through three tunnels, follow the 145 state highway (SS 145) and continue to Sorrento overtaking Seiano, Meta, Piano di Sorrento and Sant’Agnello. 

VISA Requirements

All foreigners, non-UE citizens, intending to enter Italy should provide the documentation required to justify the reason and duration of their stay as well as, in some prescribed cases, the availability of adequate economic means and lodging.
For information please see the website of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Italy. We can help you with an official invitation letter needed to receive the VISA.

Please check the expiration date of your passport!

The Conference Organizers cannot accept liability for personal accidents, loss of belongings or damage to private property of participants or accompanying persons that may, unfortunately, happen during the SITIS 2019 Conference. Participants are recommended to arrange for their personal travel and health and property insurance before they leave their country.