Via Filangieri, 132;80069 - Vico Equense (Na) - Italy
Coming from Nort: Motorway A3 Napoli-Salerno, exit Castellammare di Stabia. Follow the signs to the Sorrento peninsula. After going through three tunnels, exit Vico Equense and after a few turns the hotel is on the right.
Coming from the South: Motorway A3 Salerno - Reggio Calabria to Salerno, exit Castellammare di Stabia. Follow the signs to the Sorrento peninsula. After going through three tunnels, exit Vico Equense after a few turns the hotel is on the right.
The Sorrento Peninsula is connected to the city of Naples (Piazza Garibaldi station - Napoli Centrale) via the railway Circumvesuviana. The line is Naples - Sorrento. The nearest railway stations are: Seiano - Vico Equense from which you can reach the Hotel Mary. To view the updated schedule, please visit the website: www.vesuviana.it
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