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Through Naples to Sorrento or Pompei?

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This may be useful if you plan to come down from Rome etc...

Since the completion of its extensive makeover, changing trains at the main station in Naples - Napoli Centrale - is now simpler than ever; essentially, all you need do is look for signs saying "Circumvesuviana" and follow them!

You'll first go down the new main escalator...

... then along an underground passage...

... and eventually you'll arrive at the barriers...

Once there, turn around and you'll see the new ticket office.
Both "Pompei - Scavi" and Sorrento are served by trains that terminate at Sorrento, and the "BIN" column on the display boards indicates the platform (binario) you'll need go down to...

You'll probably find hordes of people making the same journey, but a route map may help: this one has all of the CV's lines...

... and this shows just the stops between Naples and Sorrento...


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