HOW TO REACH NAPLES
Capodichino International Airport
Capodichino International Airport is 7 km northeast of Naples city centre. The airport is well connected, by direct flights, with most Italian and several major European cities.
For information about Naples Airport and flights, please visit the website: Capodichino Airport (www.aeroportodinapoli.it)
Connections between Capodichino Airport and Naples are operated by Alibus. Alternatively, the 3S Line is an urban bus with several bus stops around the city, including one in Capodichino Airport, one in the Central Railway Station and one near Piazza Municipio.
If you prefer to catch a taxi from the airport, the taxi fare to the Central Railway Station is about 15 euros, to the Seafront Hotels and Stazione Marittima Conference Centre is about 20 euros.
Rome Fiumicino International Airport
Alternatively, the best and closest Airport is Rome Fiumicino. This airport is connected to Rome Termini Station by a train called Leonardo Express leaving from a station platform located at the airport. Trains leave every 30 minutes (journey lasts 32 minutes). (www.adr.it/web/aeroporti-di-roma-en)
From Rome Termini Station, fast trains called FrecciaRossa and FrecciaArgento leave approximately every hour to Naples, taking about 1 hour and 15 minutes.
For further information about Leonardo Express trains, please visit the website: Leonardo Express
For further information about trains connecting Rome to Naples, please visit the website: Trenitalia
The main train station is called Napoli Centrale – Piazza Garibaldi. Good train connections with all main Italian cities.
For further information about train connections, please visit the website: Trenitalia
The train station is connected to the city centre by underground, public buses or taxi.
HOW TO MOVE AROUND IN NAPLES
The most convenient way to move around in Naples is the metro. Naples is served by three metro lines (line 1, 2 and 6), which cover the main touristic spots as well as other important districts.
Download here the map of the metro network.
|90 minutes ticket||€ 1,60|
|Daily ticket||€ 4,50|
Tickets can be purchased at tobacco shops and newsagents.
Taxi Service in Naples is a public service. The City Government has fixed a blocked rate from Airport Napoli Capodichino to City Center (Euro 25,00 valid for the year 2018) and from Train Station to City Center (Euro 15,00 valid for the year 2018).
So be careful about any offer by not public service.
To call a taxi, dial one of the following numbers:
|Radiotaxi Napoli||+39 081 88 88|
|Radio Partenope||+39 081 01 01|
Major foreign currencies can be exchanged at banks and airport and include the US Dollar, Japanese Yen, UK Sterling and Canadian Dollar. Most hotels, restaurants, and shops accept major international credit cards including Visa, American Express and Master Card. Foreign-issued ATM cards may have limited use.
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ATM (Automated teller machines – bancomat)
Travelers who carry internationally recognized credit cards can get a cash advance in Euro from Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) installed at airports, major hotels, department stores and tourist attractions. ATMs are in operation 24 hours a day. Most large stores, hotels and restaurants in Italy accept major international credit cards. However, it is advisable to carry some cash, since many
When Indicating Italy Time: Present Time (UTC+1) / No daylight savings time
International dialing code in Italy is +39 (Area code). Please omit (0) when dialing from overseas.
Tip is not a mandatory practice in Italy, but it is very appreciated in Restaurants and Hotels.
Government office hours are usually from 8:00 to 13:00 on weekdays. Banks are open from 8:20 to 13:20 on weekdays. Most stores are open every day from 10:00 to 19:30, including Sundays.
In Italy the power sockets are of type F and L. The standard voltage is 230 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.
Which power plugs and sockets in Italy?
In Italy the power sockets are of type F and L. Check out the following pictures.
- Type F: also known as “Schuko”. This socket also works with plug C and plug E.
- Type L: This type is of Italian origin. This socket also works with plug C.
Type F: This socket also works with plug C and E
Type L: This socket also works with plug C
We suggest to have an adapter.