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Special offer April in Sorrento
Special offer April in Sorrento

Stay 2 nights and get 10% off our best available rate

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Prepaid not refundable

The Carlton Hotel Sorrento offers you the chance to save with a special prepaid offer non-refundable up to 10% on your next stay in Sorrento.

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Special offer october in Sorrento
Special offer october in Sorrento

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Special offer April in Sorrento
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Hotel Carlton - Hotel 4 stelle a Sorrento

After around 3 hours we arrive in Rome the "Eternal City" and centre of the Catholic religion. Founded according to tradition on the 21st of April 753 BC by Romulus and Remus, Rome has played a key role in Italy and Europe in the course of its history of almost three thousand years (the first settlements date back to the tenth century B.C.).

Capital of the world during the Roman epoca and international landmark for politics and the Catholic religion, Rome is the seat of the Papacy and, after being subjected to the domination of Byzantium was the capital of the Papal States (eighth century), the Kingdom of Italy (since 1871), and then became the capital of the Italian Republic (1946).

The old town is presented as the result of the continuous overlapping of numerous architectural and urban planning in different centuries, in a unique and striking interpenetration that shows the complex relationship that the city has established with its past in a succession of developments in chaotic times of decay, rebirth and attempts, in contemporary times, of urban modernizations.

  

What to visit in and around Sorrento

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Vesuvius and Pompeii

Pompeii is the most famous and visited archaeological site in the world, it was visited in 2008 by over 2,000,000 people.

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Salerno & Paestum

Pick up directly from your hotel or indicated meeting point, driving through the towns forming the Sorrentine peninsula and continuing on the State Road 145 "Sorrentina", from where you can...

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Rome

Pick up directly from your hotel or indicated meeting point, driving through the towns forming the Sorrentine peninsula and continuing on the State Road 145 "Sorrentina", from where you can...

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Herculaneum and Pompeii

Pompeii is the most famous and visited archaeological site in the world, was visited in 2008 by over 2,000,000 people.

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Ischia

Pick up from your hotel or from established meeting place, continue toward the port of Sorrento and board the fast boat, with all comforts for a fascinating trip.

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