Cheap Hotels in Sorrento
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- Piazza Tasso
- Deep Valley of the Mills
- Sorrento Cathedral
- Chiesa di San Francesco
- Sedile Dominova
- Sorrento Lift
- Villa Comunale Park
- Dali Universe
- Sorrento Foundation
- Marcello Aversa Workshop
- Bagni della Regina Giovanna
- Piazza Sant'Antonino
- Museo Correale di Terranova
- Basilica di Sant'Antonio
- Wonderwall Art Gallery
- Wooden Marquetry Workshop-Museum
- Tasso Theatre
- Piazza Lauro
Enjoy Sorrento on a Budget
Located in the southeast of Italy, and overlooking the Bay of Naples, this charming little coastal town has been a popular tourist destination for over 200 years now, and when you arrive, you’ll see why. Sea views, mountain views, and a rich culture all make this a unique and unforgettable holiday spot. And your dream getaway needn’t cost an arm or a leg, either. At Hotels.com, we are dedicated to finding you the best cheap hotels in Sorrento – we are experts in travel – and with just a few clicks on our website, you can browse through a wide selection of wonderful places to stay, and book your favourite, whatever your budget. And if you needed another reason to go with Hotels.com for your budget stay in Sorrento, you can rest knowing that our travel assistants are on hand to guide through every step of the process – it couldn’t be easier to book with Hotels.com.
A view of Sorrento
There is a lot to do right on the doorstep of your accommodation in Sorrento, but its finest aspect is perhaps its beauty – everywhere you turn there is an incredible view, whether of the sea, the cliffs, the greenery, or the traditional architecture. Aside from being a gorgeous, typically Mediterranean town, Sorrento is also a great base for exploring the surrounding towns – the Isle of Capri is a short ferry journey away and Naples can be visited quickly by train. Perhaps the most interesting thing to do here is to visit Pompeii – one of the towns destroyed by Mount Vesuvius 2000 years ago. The volcano is visible from Sorrento and is a truly breath-taking sight. Upon arriving at your cheap hotel in Sorrento, we recommend a relaxing dip in the sea, so check out either Marina Grande beach or the Marina Piccola beach, before spending the rest of your trip walking, and learning about Sorrento’s fascinating history. Sorrento is famous as the birthplace of Limoncello, so take a visit to Limonoro, where you can taste it, and even see it being made. For dinner, impress the locals by asking for Gnocchi alla Sorrentina – potato pasta, baked with tomato and mozzarella. Delicious. A real taste of Italy.
How to stay on a budget when Traveling to Sorrento
When traveling, all you want to do is enjoy yourself, but it can sometimes be difficult to take your mind off money. When you book your budget accommodation in Sorrento with Hotels.com, this won’t be an issue, because we are dedicated to making sure you have the time of your life, whatever your budget. So here are some tips to help you make the most of your stay in a cheap hotel in Sorrento. Getting around is a breeze. There are reliable bus and train services connecting you to other local places, but with Sorrento being a small town, it is more than possible to do everything within the town on foot, which is obviously free. Be aware that in order to get from the city to the beach and harbour area, the steps are very steep, so you may want to spring the 1 EUR it costs per journey. Eating out in Sorrento won’t set you back too much, and what would a trip to the south of Italy be without a pizza? Visit one of the many fantastic pizzerias for an authentically prepared pizza at an extremely reasonable price.
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