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FCO to Sorrento or Salerno w/out dealing with Naples train station

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I'm a female traveling alone, arriving on a Sunday in Sept at FCO after long flight. Proto-plan (from lots of research, thanks everyone for posting!) is to get to either Sorrento or Salerno from FCO and stay there my first night. Will use that as base to see Herculaneum and Pompeii next day, and then Peastum the next.

I've experienced big train stations in Paris and Munich, so I understand how they can be. However, I have heard too may scary stories about Rome Termini and the Naples central station, so I want to avoid having to be walking around inside either of those by myself.

ANY suggestion as to how I might get from FCO to Sorrento or Salerno absent these two train stations would be greatly appreciated. I do understand that I could get a private car for about 400 ec, but also seeking other hopefully a little less costly options.

MANY THANKS.
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