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Most tourists arrive to Sorrento by coach or car. With tiny winding streets it is sometimes difficult to navigate them in a coach so be prepared to walk to your Sorrento hotel with luggage. Once there, you may not want to leave, but if you do, the city is incredibly pedestrian-friendly.
What's Italy without the food? Eat your way through Sorrento and all it has to offer from fresh pasta to creamy gelato. Whether eating for business or pleasure, be sure to visit L'Antica Trattoria any day of the week and enjoy the views in its indoor-outdoor seating. They offer gluten-free and vegetarian options.
Enjoy outdoor markets each Tuesday and bring fresh produce or handmade crafts back to your Sorrento hotel. Corso Italia is the main shopping street in Sorrento that has small boutiques for clothes and accessories. Old Town has craft sellers while Via San Cesareo has a variety of wooden crafts and cameos. Famous for inlaid woodcarvings and cameo jewellery you are bound to find treasures to share with friends and family.
Aptly named The Foreigners Club, this particular venue offers food during the day and dancing into the night. You can listen to live music as you look over the Bay of Naples. For a more inland experience head to Bar Ercolano in the piazza and enjoy cocktails as well as espresso and small snacks.
Working up a sweat in Sorrento is easy with the variety of outdoor activities. You can play tennis, birdwatch, jog, or simply walk around the city. For the ocean explorer be sure to rent a boat or watercraft, take to the seas and enjoy diving into the waters or try your luck with fishing.