Naples, a romantic city two hours south of Rome, is the largest city in the southern side of Italy. Enjoy a cool sea breeze and panoramic views with a ferry ride to the scenic area. The distance between the two cities is 313km. Travelers can book a direct ferry at the port or in advance. There is a ferry departing the port twice daily and services are available every day. The journey from Palermo to Naples can take up to 10 hours.
The Palermo–Naples route connects Sicily with Italy and can be reached via ferry. There are two ferry companies: The Grandi Navi Veloci ferry runs up to nine times every week with an expected duration of 10 and a half hours, while the the Tirrenia service runs up to seven times weekly with a duration of 10 hours and 15 minutes. There is a total number of 16 sailings on the Palermo–Napoli route.
There is only one ferry and cruise port in Naples, located conveniently at the heart of the city. The port is known as Molo Beverello and one can access several transport services to Naples. There are train stations, with Naples' main Piazza Garibaldi train station being the easiest way to get around the city. Otherwise, a traveler may choose to use a taxi with the taxi rank at the centre of downtown Naples. One must note that some ferries may leave a neighboring port, Calata Porta di Massa, which is east of Molo Beverello.