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Overview

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Naples, the 3rd largest city of Italy

Naples, also known as Napoli in Italian, is one of the oldest cities in the world. The city was already inhabited 9 centuries before the common era. Located on the shadow of the majestic Mt Vesuvius, the city is a real life theatre. The city has retained a cultural and local feel with vintage tailors and family restaurants to bear testimony. Naples is a passionate city where ancient passageways, secret courtyard and ancient cults reside. Naples is an all year round destination. However the city is more visited during the month of May due to the Maggio dei Monumenti festival.

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Have a look at the baroque architecture in the centro storico (historic centre). Take photos next to the statues set in coves outside the Royal Palace and enjoy the beautiful open space leading to the beautiful Teatro San Carlo. Walk down the nearby hill to the port; it’s one of the largest in the Mediterranean Sea. Head out of the centre and take a picnic to the botanical gardens of Portici. Here you’ll find the majestic Portici Palace and gardens containing over 1000 species of plants.

As the city claiming to have invented Margherita pizza, the cheesy dish is a must. With the hot climate iced slush drinks are a popular street treat, and of course pasta dishes are a speciality.

This University City has plenty of bookshops and trendy boutique shopping around the Napoli Centrale train station. Head for Via Chiaia for the most original shops, and the Galleria Umberto for the most incredible glass-roofed ceiling you’ll ever see on a shopping arcade.


Naples Tourist Office
Via San Carlo, 9. Napoli.
Tel: +39 081 402394

The city’s tourist office has a helpful personnel, insider information and tips as well as handy maps and brochures. The city’s tourist office also arranges tours and excursions and is a focal point for local accommodation.

Train station(s)

Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Naples can be found.

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Different seat allocations I have booked two seats from Naples to Rome for my husband and I on Frecciarossa train. When I printed out the tickets I can see that we are not sitting together ie 13B & 14B..... Do you know if this is correct. Also on our tickets from Rome (...)

Sheena S. | 16 de xunetu de 2017 answered | 0 Comments
Taking an alternate train I am looking at travelling from Naples to Rome. There are frequent trains (around every half hour). If I purchase a ticket for a specific time, can I use the ticket to board an earlier or later train, e.g. if I arrive at the station (...)

Graeme C. | 17 de xunu de 2017 answered | 2 Comments
Travelling by train from amsterdam to interlaken - which route and which travel pass Hi, I'm looking at travelling from Amsterdam to Interlaken. the two options for routes are: [ol][li]Thalys Amsterdam to Paris Nord, changing to Paris Gare De Lyon for TGV to Basel, Switzerland, with a 5-minute train change to an IC train for (...)

Shane P. | 6 de xunu de 2017 answered | 2 Comments
Rail tickets or rail passes? Hi There, Need some local advice! we are travelling the below by train on different days in June this year. Madrid - Valencia Valencia - Barcelona Barcelona - Nice Nice - Milan Milan - Venice Venice - Florence Florence - Rome Rome - ... Naples (...)

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Rail tickets or rail pass Hi...my partner & I (45 yrs old) are looking to travel by train in August to the following cities on different days and would like to know if it is better to get individual rail tickets or obtain a rail pass. What would be cheaper? (...)

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    Naples to Milan |
    "The trip was comfortable, on time to the second, and convenient. I wish Italy would do something about the crime in their train stations because that makes each end of the trip stressful. "

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    Rome to Naples by Train |
    "The train and seating in second class was very comfortable and clean. The train was on time and all expectations met. "

  • Be wary of shady people on pla |
    "On a recent journey from Rome to Naples, my friend and I were travelling first class. When the train arrived to a stop on the platform, 4 young males and one female approached us and wanted to "help with our bags". This group of individuals were quite persistent and became aggressive when we said we did not need help. They tried to take our bags and act as though they were trying to put them onto the train. When we finally got onto the train, the young girl climbed in and started hassling other passengers, this time an older couple. We all finally managed to remove the individuals from train before finding our seats. I am not sure what the gang of individuals were after, presumably to act as though they are "helping us with our bags" and then to ask for money or to steal bags as we were stuck on the train. I felt as though there was no security presence at roma termini. All of this was occuring in broad daylight. It was certainly a scary experience, I can't imagine how confronting it must have been for the older couple. I have travelled on many trains in Italy and in europe and I feel this was a first. Many other countries have a security check prior to entering the platform, I feel this, if implemented in Rome would prevent such opportunists from entering trains. I feel access to platforms should be checked and restricted to those with a valid ticket. As a tourist, this experience detracted from my appreciation of an otherwise fantastic train service. "

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    train Florence to Naples |
    "This train trip was everything we needed it to be - I booked the tickets early and so was able to get tickets at a very good price, the booking system was easy (we had a ticketless ticket), the train stations were easy to navigate, the train was very comfortable with enough space for our luggage. your website makes booking easy. Thankyou. "

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    Napoli Centrale to Roma Termin |
    "Napoli Centrale is a very busy train station, particularly as it was early afternoon on a Friday when our train departed. Initially we were concerned that the train was actually running, as some trains had been cancelled (due to ongoing industrial unrest, I believe). Our train was a little late arriving into, "

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    Rome to Naples Return |
    "We travelled by Frecciarossa (Eurostar style) train in Business Class from Rome to Naples and returned 5 days later. Everything went perfectly. Online booking from Australia was easy and you don't need tickets - just need a ticketless reference number which is confirmed on board. The train is fast (300km/h), comfortable, good value and ran on time. "

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    Florence to Naples |
    "Very comfortable seats with plenty of room. Train was very smooth and quiet. Service from catering staff could have been friendlier. "