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How to arrive


The Naples’ Airport “Aeroporto Internazionale di Napoli (NAP)” is located just 7 km away from the city centre. It is the biggest airport in southern Italy, with more the 6 million travellers per year and it is served with flights to and from all the major cities in Europe and some intercontinental destinations.

In order to reach the city centre there is a local bus line “Alibus” that stops just 50 meters from the entrance of the Airport. The bus ticket costs 3€ if you buy it at Store just inside the Airport Departs Terminal, or 4€ if you buy it directly on the bus. The bus is schedule every 20 minutes from 6:30 to 23.30. It takes just 20-30 minutes to get to city: it reach Piazza Municipio and Piazza Garibaldi, at the Central Station.

For more information, please visit: http://www.aeroportodinapoli.it and Alibus


Rome is only 200 km far and it is also a good chance of getting in Naples. The main airport of Rome is “Leonardo da Vinci (FCO)” in Fiumicino, about 30 kilometres south west of the city. The other airport is “Ciampino (CIA)”, which is smaller, about 15 kilometres south east of the city. From both the airports it is easy to reach one main station “Roma Termini” or “Roma Tiburtina”, in order to get a fast train to Naples (usually around 40€, but it’s easy to find fairer prices) in 1 hour.
Here are the two main train companies: Italo Trenitalia