Naples is a sunny, lively and vibrant ancient city filled with beautiful historical and artistic treasures and narrow streets with small shops.
Naples harbour is the most important port in all Southern Italy. Ferries and hydrofoils run from Naple's Molo Beverello to the islands of Capri, Ischia, Procida, and Sardinia.
The road SpaccaNapoli splits the city of Naples into two parts. Via San Gregorio Armeno is a street that links the old city centre to the main roads and where you will find sculptors, silversmiths, gilders, and many craftsmen that make figurines for nativity scenes.
Vomero is the relaxing area of the city, Quartieri spagnoli is an interesting labyrinth of alleyways and streets, and Underground Naples is extremely old and worthwhile visiting. Piazza del Plebiscito and Piazza Bellini are the two most visited squares.
The most charming churches in Naples include: the Cathedral Duomo, Church of Santa Chiara, Church of San Lorenzo Maggiore, Church of San Gregorio Armeno and Church of Gesu Nuovo.
The museums that tell us about the city’s history and culture are: National Archeological Museum, Capodimonte Museum and Gallery, San Martino Museum and Royal Palace Museum.
One shouldn't miss a trip on the Montesanto cable railway, from where there is a great view of Castel Sant'Elmo and the Certosa di San Martino.
Naples has a unique type of cooking and is famous worldwide for the pizza, mozzarella in carrozza, a pasta dish of spaghetti alla puttanesca and maccheroni with Neapolitan ragu sauce.
Night life in Naples has a lot to offer with it’s clubs, restaurants and Wine Bars.
Quartieri Spagnoli is the perfect place for shopping.
Naples central station is the main train station and is very well connected to the rest of Italy. The new high-speed Rome to Naples line has recently started operating.
Metropolitana di Napoli is the metro system in Naples that includes three underground rapid transit railway lines.
There’s no central bus station and most buses pass through Piazza Garibaldi.
For travelling around Naples you can also use tram.
The most comfortable and fast way to travel in Naples is by taxi. You can find a taxi on the street or you can pre book a private Naples taxi in advance and save money and time.
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Naples Capodichino Airport (NAP) is the main airport located about 10 km north of the city and has connections to all Italian cities and major European destinations with traditional or low-cost airline companies.
How to get from Naples Airport to Naples?
You can travel from Naples airport to Naples city centre with the Alibus shuttle service, but the fastest and most convenient way is to pre book a Private Taxi from Naples Airport
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