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Corso Italia, Sorrento, Italy
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Having visited Sorrento over the course of many years, with our previous visit in July 2017, we were surprised to find a part pedestrianised Corso Italia, new cafes and shops. Our first walk from our hotel was on a Friday evening and the town was...More

Thank se262014
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Very much the Main Street and split in two with a pedestrianised area on one half and busy street on the other half. Full of shops, cafes, restaurants and always busy. Easy walk through town and always something different to see.

1  Thank MalcH
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This is our third trip to Sorrento and enjoyed every minute of our holiday. The main street now being pedestrianised which makes strolling much more relaxing to browse so many shops and ristorantes. The narrow street parallel with corso italia is a must. Must also...More

Thank Peter R
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Lovely street which has recently been pedestrianised, making it much safer, running through the centre of Sorrento. Lovely, diverse shopping area with a few chip shops (yes this has bee allowed), a cathedral and some great restaurants. Worth a walk through is easy and worth...More

Thank SteveS1970
Reviewed 12 June 2018 via mobile

This is the central shopping and eating area but it’s average compared to other towns in the Amalfi coast. Try not to pick a city center hotel because the websites will direct you to hotels around this street. Sorrento has so many hotels with views...More

Thank mamaarora
Reviewed 12 June 2018

Stopped at port of Naples during our recent cruise. It is true. Naples is busy, industrial looking, and very crowed downtown. Took the ferry to Sorrento. 35 minute ride. Great choice. Very interesting down town plaza. Great place to have a coffee, meal or a...More

2  Thank stanb785
Reviewed 5 June 2018

This is a nice shopping street down the center of Sorrento. It's lined with shops, restaurants, souvenir vendors, etc. At the end is a nice square and some pretty side streets.

Thank RLWOrangePark
Reviewed 29 May 2018

Corso Italia is Sorrento's main street, stretching for miles. If you are staying in Sant' Agnello, as we were, it is a horrible 25 minute walk along the Corso Italia until you get to the good part in the centre of Sorrento. Here part of...More

5  Thank wendyanddavid536
Reviewed 21 May 2018

The busiest and Main Street in Sorrento. Half of it open to traffic (train station side) and other half off Piazza Tasso square pedestrianised. Full of shops, bars, cafes, restaurants. Can be very noisy and gets very packed. Some shops quite pricy. Lots of souvenir...More

Thank Anne M
Reviewed 25 April 2018 via mobile

This is of the best shopping and walking streets I have seen. It is extremely popular with tourists both foreign and Italian and is a lively place as well as safe and clean. There are restaurants and more shops in all the narrow side streets...More

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