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How to Get from Naples City Center to Naples Airport and Other Destinations
Naples is an old and famous Italian city, situated in the southern part of the country. Many tourists travel there to spend beach vacation as well as find out more about the city’s ancient history. In this article, we’ll share some options how to get from Naples city center to various destinations.
Taxi from Naples
In Naples, a taxi service can be ordered online or by phone. If you don’t speak Italian, you’d better choose the first variant. You can easily identify a licensed cab in Naples: it is usually a white car with a city badge and a registration number on both front doors. Official taxi drivers always use meters which they turn on as soon as they accept an order – be ready to see a certain sum counted when getting into a cab. Reaching the airport from Naples by taxi will cost from 17 euros and take about 15 minutes.
Transfer from Naples
If you would like your trip to be pre-arranged and don’t want to search for transportation options there and then, transfer is your choice. With a private taxi transfer, a driver will wait for you at agreed time and place, help with luggage and safely bring you to the destination. Kiwitaxi provides fixed rates for transfers (depending on a distance and a vehicle class), which are available on our official website. A private taxi transfer from Naples downtown to the airport costs from 42 euros with a trip taking about 10 minutes. Usually pre-ordered transfers are chosen by people travelling with children or businessmen due to a higher level of comfort and reliability. All vehicles are not older than 7 years, and our transfer drivers regularly pass the checks.
Public Transport from Naples
You can reach the air hub by bus from the central station located on the Garibaldi Square in the city. They depart from the square every 30 minutes and cost 1-5 euros per ticket.
If you need to get to Sorrento, you can use metro, bus, or ferry. A ferry trip is the shortest one, taking 40 minutes and costing 4-20 euros per ticket. Going by other modes of transport takes 1 hour and 15 minutes and costs from 5 euros. You also can take a ferry to Positano town on Amalfi Coast for 37-55 euros and spend 2 hours on the trip. If you want to reach Rome, you can take a direct train for 24-35 euros or a bus for 10-18 euros, the trips will take 1 hour 10 minutes and 2 hours respectively.
A capital of Campania and the 3d largest municipality in Italy, Naples is known as the world’s oldest continuously inhabited city. In 1995, UNESCO included the historic center of the city into a list of World Heritage Sites. Apart from relaxing by the sea, people come there to enjoy the city’s rich history: visit multiple local museums, churches, palaces and castles.