Naples is the capital of Campania region and one of the most picturesque cities of Italy. It is full of beautiful churches and monasteries, ancient castles and fortresses. Naples majestic architecture, seaside landscapes, and thick orange groves attract lots of tourists every year.
In this Airguide, there are some tips about getting to Naples from its International Airport and nearest settlements (Sorrento, Pompeii, and some other). If you are going to Italy, we recommend you to learn it and plan all the transport details of your journey in advance. There are, at least, three reasons for such foresight.
Reason 1. To compare all the costs and prices
Budget is one of the important parts of every journey. To roughly estimate the costs, firstly take in the account a number of your fellow travelers. Bus, train or even a ferryboat could be an advantageous solution for solo tourists or young couples. And if you are traveling with a big company, you may win both in price and comfort while booking a transfer. In KiwiTaxi, there are different classes of vans, which can accommodate up to 19 people. From our articles, you can find all the prices, compare them, and define which is profitable for you.
Reason 2. To stay up-to-date with Naples transport timetable
City and intercity transport in Italy run fast but the interval between routes could be quite long — from 5 minutes to 1 hour depending on direction. And if it is your first time in Naples, don’t forget to set some time looking for a bus stop or subway station. If you need to get the place at defined time, it’s better to check public transport timetable in our Airguide — or ride a taxi or transfer. It is also important that most routes stop operating it the evening — so if you are arriving with a night flight and haven’t booked a transfer previously, you risk spending the whole night in the airport.
Reason 3. To get to Naples and from it with comfort
Italian public transport is quite comfortable. The vast majority of intercity buses and trains have luggage racks, air condition, and adjustable seats. City subway is less convenient, but it allows you to get to the nearest settlements without traffic jams. However, if you are traveling with a small child or taking a lot of luggage, it’s better to book a transfer while planning your getting to a hotel or airport. In this case, the driver will help you with your suitcases or put a baby car seat inside if necessary. And if you need maximum comfort, you can choose Comfort or Premium class transfer and get the place in a luxury car with a leather interior.
Kiwitaxi Airguide: how to get to Naples from the nearest cities?
In this detailed Airguide, we collected and systemized some information about Italian public transport, its routes, and costs, and also reminded about the opportunity to book a direct transfer. To make our advice useful and reliable, we have visited special touristic forums, read some travel blogs, and studied official websites of Italian transport services — railways, buses, and ferryboats. We hope that these instructions will help you plan your trip and fully enjoy your Italian holidays.