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Rome to Sorrento - least arduous way to travel for the elderly

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Hello friends, I'm helping my parents plan a fall trip to Italy. I'll be with them in Rome but then they need to meet up with others in Sorrento and I'll be flying home. Question is - what's the best way for two elderly but still quite mobile people - perhaps with a fair amount of luggage if I know my mother - to travel from Rome to Sorrento? Driver the whole way, or is that ridiculously expensive? Train from Rome to Naples and then a driver? Or is the transfer to the Naples-Sorrento train fairly manageable? The times I've visited the Amalfi Coast I have driven myself. And I wish I had time to personally escort my parents there this time - why don't I have more vacation??

Love to have your thoughts and thanks so much.

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