General Information

 

How to reach Naples

Arrival by plane

Naples has an International Airport called Capodichino. The airport has good links to main European cities like London, Paris, Frankfurt, Munich and main Italian cities like Milan and Rome by direct flights. It is located at a 7 km  from the city centre.

Participants are suggested to fly directly to the Airport of Napoli Capodichino scheduling stop in one of the main cities listed above and others. For information about Naples Airport and flights, please visit the web site: Capodichino Airport

Alternatively, the best and closest destination is Rome Fiumicino.

From this Airport participants will need to take a train called Leonardo Express leaving from a railways station located at the airport from platform 24 each 30 minutes (tickets cost euro 14,00). Leonardo Express takes about 32 minutes to the Railways Station of Rome Termini. From Rome Termini fast trains called Freccia Rossa and Freccia Argento leave about each hour to Napoli, taking about 1 hour and 15 minutes.

For timetable of trains connecting Rome to Naples and back please visit the web site: Trenitalia

For Leonardo Express go to the page: Leonardo Express

A taxi service is available at the airport in Rome but the distance between Rome and Naples is about 200 km, so the taxi will be really very expensive.

 

Arrival by train

The main railway station of Napoli is called Napoli Centrale – Piazza Garibaldi. Napoli has good train connections through Fast Trains (Freccia Rossa or Freccia Argento with all main Italian cities.

The stations is linked to the city centre by underground, public buses or taxi.

For further information and schedules visit the website: Trenitalia

 

Arrival by car

From Rome, Highway A1 (Autostrada del Sole), from Bari, Highway A14, from Reggio Calabria, Highway A3, take the “Tangenziale” exit at Fuorigrotta. Follow the directions: Piazzale Tecchio/Campi Flegrei.

For further information visit the web site: Autostrade