University of Naples Federico II

Directions, Transport and Travel To and From Naples University
(Naples, Italy)

Naples is easily accessible by road or air. It is located in the south of Italy and can be accessed by major roads such as the A1 Autostrada del Sol and A4. Those coming from the northeast can take the A30 or A16. Most of the motorways connect to the Tangenziale di Napoli, one of Naples' major ring roads.

Travel by Air

The major airport in Southern Italy is Capodichino Airport. Located eight kilometres from the city's centre, this airport serves a few long flights and regular flights coming from major European cities. From the airport, travellers can take buses, taxis, and shuttles to go into the city.

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Car Hire and Road Travel

The extremely popular Amalfi Coast, picturesque villages in the countryside, and the ancient ruins of Pompeii can all easily be reached by car from Naples. To enjoy the stunning scenery of the Amalfi Coast and other worthwhile attractions to the fullest a hire car is necessary.

If you are planning on taking off from Naples to explore the rest of Campania then plenty of options are available. We advise pre-booking online here to secure the widest choice among the main hire firms including Alamo, Europcar and National, at the most attractive prices.

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Car Parking

In Naples, parking spaces are abundant in airports, hotels, and other types of private accommodation. Here, visitors can avail themselves of short-term and long-term parking after paying a fee. Some hotels offer free parking to visitors with their own vehicles.

Travel by Trains and Rail

Southbound trains and train networks stop at Naples. The city itself offers a number of Eurostar, Intercity, direct, and regional trains. These trains leave from Stazione Garibaldi, with over 30 services going to Naples and Rome every day.

Travel by Buses and Coachl

Buses congregate in the city's central station and in the Piazza Garibaldi. They are a convenient way of touring the city, although they can get quite packed especially in the peak season. Most buses for Italian and some European cities leave from Piazza Garibaldi in front of Stazione Centrale.

Travel by Taxi

Taxis in Naples are abundant. However, hailing one can be quite expensive, especially if you get caught in a traffic jam. Taxis congregate outside airports, train stations, and bus stations. There are taxi drivers who are willing to take you around the city's tourist spots, but for an additional fee.

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