For visitors the line that is used extensively is the Naples to Sorrento via Pompeii and Herculaneum line, a journey that takes just over an hour with countless stops along the way. Frequencies are very good, around every 30 minutes all day.
Subsequently, one may also ask, how do I buy Circumvesuviana train tickets?
A way to avoid the ticket office and crowds is to board the Circumvesuviana at Porta Nolana (the terminus) and buy tickets from the small newspaper booth near the entrance. You'll get a seat at Porta Nolana and avoid the crush at the next stop - Garibaldi - where most tourists board.
Additionally, how do I book Circumvesuviana by train?
The Circumvesuviana station is on the lower level of the Naples Centrale train station, below the high speed train platforms. Take the stairs down from the center of the station. You cannot purchase tickets online, but only at the ticket window or one of the newspaper stands in the station.
Where is the Circumvesuviana train station in Naples?
The Circumvesuviana station in Piazza Garibaldi in Naples is located on the lower level of the Napoli Centrale station; high-speed trains arrive on the ground level. Take the stairs down from the main floor to the underground platforms.
Which Circumvesuviana stop for Pompeii?
The train station that serves the ruins is also one of the stations that serves the city, and it's called Pompeii Scavi-Villa dei Misteri. The Pompeii station is on the Circumvesuviana line that runs from Naples to Sorrento, and it's a very short walk from the station to the entrance of the Pompeii site.