"On time and very professional "
Travel from Rome to Sorrento or vice versa comfortably with this relaxing trasfer via luxury Mercedes sedan or minivan directly from your airport or hotel with no delays or logistics to puzzle over.
Departure from: Sorrento, Rome
Duration 4 hours
from 15 October 2017 to 31 December 2020 (All days)
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
- Luxury sedan or minivan
- Child car seat available upon request
- English-speaking driver
- Mineral water
- Flexible pick up location
- For night transfers (10pm to 7am), we apply a €30 supplement.
The transfer takes about 3 hours and is on board a sedan or minivan, depending upon the number of passengers. Please let us know your arrival and departure times for any flights or trains, so we can best organize your transfer.
Provided by: Top Excursion Sorrento (Sorrento)
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"Easy to work with. Flexible and helpful when I need to change the transfer schedule."
"Excellent transfers. The drivers were professional and spoke very good English. I will definitely use them again."
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