Undisciplined, hectic, and gritty are words often associated with the city of Naples. This three-millennia-old metropolis remains a glorious assault on your senses, and as explosive as Vesuvius, its neighbouring volcano. Its loveable chaos, bustling street markets, history and seaside location on the beautiful Bay of Naples, has made the city a popular choice for travellers looking to find the authenticity and it makes the perfect base which to explore the beautiful Amalfi Coast, and of course the architectural ruins of Pompeii.
There’s no denying that Naples can be unnerving, but if you can look beyond its shabby surface, you’ll discover a city with a dazzlingly rich cultural heritage, a wealth of world-class galleries and museums alongside architectural and archaeological treasures.
Transport to Naples
Located just 1 hour south of Rome, Naples is another of Italy's big cities, home to 1 million people. While it is fun to get lost in the alleys and side streets of Naples historical center, getting around and visiting many of the sights will require the use of public transport, which is made up of buses, metro, funicular railways, and trams. Information on how to purchase public transport tickets and utilize the public transport is detailed in your itinerary when you purchase a package with Go Real Europe.
Naples is well connected by train to many of Italy's main cities including Venice, Florence, Rome and Milan. It is also home to an International Airport and a train system that connects south to the popular seaside towns of Salerno and Sorrento.
When you travel with Go Real Europe, we take care of all of your intercity surface connections between our destination cities and provide useful advice for an onward travel to destinations we do not cover.