Campania Express Schedules 2020: Naples-Sorrento

The Campania Express is a special train along the Circumvesuviana line between Naples and Sorrento, with stops only at tourist sites like Pompeii and Herculaneum. These trains have guaranteed seating, air conditioning, and luggage storage space.

Schedules are updated based on timetables published by the public transportation companies. Find all the information you need to plan your visit below!

Due to anti-COVID-19 measures, public transportation schedules may change without prior notice and posted schedules will not always be updated minute-by-minute.

Route: Naples - Sorrento

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Campania Express Schedules - Orario valido fino al 1° novembre 2020 - The route runs from April to October

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  1. Napoli Porta Nolana
  2. Napoli P. Garibaldi
  3. Ercolano Scavi - Vesuvio
  4. Pompei Scavi - Villa dei Misteri
  5. Castellammare
  6. Vico Equense
  7. Meta di Sorrento
  8. Piano
  9. Sant'Agnello
  10. Sorrento
09:06 11:36 15:36 18:06
09:09 11:39 15:39 18:09
09:20 11:50 15:50 18:20
09:38 12:07 16:07 18:39
09:42 12:12 16:12 18:48
09:48 12:20 16:18 18:56
09:52 12:23 16:22 19:02
09:54 12:25 16:24 19:05
09:56 12:27 16:26 19:07
09:57 12:28 16:25 19:09
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Information about the Campania Express train to Pompeii and Herculaneum

These trains run from mid-March to mid-October.

Tickets for the Campania Express from Naples to Pompeii cost around EUR 6; from Sorrento to Pompeii around EUR 4.

Tickets for the Campania Express from Naples to Herculaneum cost around EUR 4; from Sorrento to Herculaneum around EUR 6.

It takes about 30 minutes from Naples to Pompeii and around 25 minutes from Sorrento to Pompeii.

Tickets can be purchased online through the official EAV Campania website or at the Circumvesuviana ticket office 20 minutes before departure.

The Circumvesuviana train station at Napoli Centrale in Piazza Garibaldi is on the lower level, below the platforms for the high-speed trains.

The lower level Circumvesuviana platforms inside the Naples Centrale (Piazza Garibaldi) Station are not handicapped-accessible and you must take the stairs down a few flights of stairs on foot to reach the tracks. The Naples Porta Nolana station in Naples is accessible; request assistance at the EAV info desk. The Sorrento station is also accessible; the stations at Herculaneum and Pompeii are not.

The biggest difference between the regular Circumvesuviana trains and the Campania Express trains are that the latter are specifically designed for tourists and offer air conditioning, guaranteed seating, and luggage storage.

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