Naples International Airport

The international Aeroporto di Capodichino,in Naples, is one of the most modern and efficient airports in the country

Naples is well connected via both direct and connecting flights to all the main European cities, USA, South America, Middle East, Africa and Asian countries

To the city center (7km - 4.3mi) by:

· Car Fixed taxi rates are in use for the main destinations within the city limits of Naples (€ 25 oneway).
· Bus Bus lines connect the airport to city center (€ 5 oneway)


The winner in 2017 of the '5-10 million passenger' best airport category in Europe

Connections to major European hubs

- AMSTERDAM: 11 roundtrip flights each weeks
- BARCELONA: 74 roundtrip flights each weeks
- BERLIN: 17 roundtrip flights each weeks
- BRUXELLES: 14 roundtrip flights each weeks
- DUBLIN: 28 roundtrip flights each weeks
- FRANKFURT: 33 roundtrip flights each weeks
- ISTANBUL: 12 roundtrip flights each weeks
- LONDON: 74 roundtrip flights each weeks
- MADRID: 21 roundtrip flights each weeks
- MILANO: 174 roundtrip flights each weeks
- MUNICH: 43 roundtrip flights each weeks
- PARIS: 64 roundtrip flights each weeks
- ROME:114 roundtrip flights each weeks
No need of Visa in Schengen Area

Another possible option:

- Fiumicino International Airport (Rome) + 1 hour high speed train

How to reach the Conference Venue

reaching the venues

By Taxi

There are taxi stands at most of the city's main piazzas or you can call one of the five taxi cooperatives: Naples (081 556 44 44), Consortaxi (081 20 20 20), Cotana (081 570 70 70), Free (081 551 51 51), and Partenope (081 556 02 02). Attended can travel from airport to the conference venue in around 20 minutes.

Taxi Service

By Bus

From Naples Capodichino airport take the Alibus busline and get off at Piazza Municipio. Continue on foot to via Acton and take bus 154; get off at the stop for Saint Lucia, and the hotel is just a few steps away.


By Train

From Naples Centrale railway station, take Metro Line 1 (Garibaldi, just outside the station), going towards Dante, and get off at Toledo. From there, you can take a taxi or enjoy a pleasant walk along Via Toledo and through Piazza del Plebiscito.


Transportation to Naples

Naples' streets are famously narrow (it was the first city in the world to set up a pedestrian one-way street), so the general public commonly use compact hatchback cars and scooters for personal transit

However, Naples has an extensive public transport network, including trams, buses, funiculars and trolleybuses, most of which are operated by the municipally owned company Azienda Napoletana Mobilità (ANM). Three public elevators are in operation in the city - one within the bridge of Chiaia, one in via Acton and one near the Sanità Bridge. The city furthermore operates the Naples Metro, an underground rapid transit railway system which integrates both surface railway lines and the city's metro stations. Suburban rail services are provided by Trenitalia, Circumvesuviana, Ferrovia Cumana and MetroNaples. Basic Unico Naples transport tickets (biglietti) are valid for 90 minutes on all forms of transport within the city, cost 1.30 euro, and can be purchased at Tabacchi (tobacco shops) or newsstands. A daily pass is 3.70 euro.

Is also art

The Art Stations of Naples Metro are some stops of Naples Metro, in which special attention was paid to making the environment beautiful, comfortable and functional.

With the construction and expansion of numerous metro lines the municipality of Naples developed the project Stations of Art (also known as Hundred Stations Plan), with which it was intended to entrust the planning of metro stops to well-known contemporary artists and architects. Then, with a resolution (resolution of 19 May 2006 Number 637), the Campania region issued guidelines to be applied to the design and construction of a station. The Art Stations, distributed along the lines 1 and 6 of the Metro network, include more than 180 pieces of art created by 90 international authors and by some young local architects, allowing them to combine different architectural styles.

On November 30, 2012, the Toledo station was eliged as the most beautiful of Europe by the Daily Telegraph; while the Materdei station resulted at 13° place

The Art Stations, as well as (as mentioned above) to be beautiful to look at, and comfortable to hang out, have also aims to redevelop the surrounding areas (such as Piscinola, Scampia or Chiaiano) and push the construction of new buildings (such as the Hospital of the Sea or the Citadel of the Book).

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