Flights to Naples can be booked from several of the UK's most popular airports including Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted in London, Liverpool, Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow. There are also smaller airports such as Bournemouth and Doncaster Sheffield, that offer flight services to this Italian city. The larger, city based airports are easily accessible; with bus, bus and train services all providing transport to and from the airport. The main UK airports are also within 30 minutes of their respective city centers, so travel time shouldn't be an issue. If you are departing from a smaller airport, such as Bournemouth, then there are train stations nearby. However, you may require a taxi or bus for the remainder of the journey. Car parking is available at all of the airports mentioned, with transfer bus and bus services directly to the airport.
There are a wide range of airlines that fly to Naples on a regular basis - from budget airlines such as Easyjet to luxury providers like British Airways. Lufthansa, Air France, Alitalia and Flybe also provide a regular service from the UK to Naples.
The largest city in Southern Italy, Naples is renowned for incredible sights and a wide variety of things to do. If you enjoy the arts then you will love the theatres and opera houses, which are popular destinations for solo travelers, families and couples alike. One of the many reasons millions of visitors flock to this city every year is the historic site of Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius. Another Ancient ruin to visit is the Parco Archeologico del Pausilypon, which has won several Travelers' Choice awards. If you want something a bit more upbeat then you won't be disappointed with the wide range of late night cafes, bars and nightclubs that keep the nightlife of Naples bustling.
Many European airlines land at Naples International Airport, although many are seasonal Summer routes. All year round flights include British Airways from London Gatwick, Blue Air from Bucharest and Easyjet from London, Italian and French airports, as well as Amsterdam, Athens and Venice. Seasonal routes include Aer Lingus flights from Dublin, Aeroflot from St Petersburg, Thomas Cook operating from London and Manchester and Brussels Airlines from Brussels. Naples International Airport is located around 6 km North-East of the city's Capodichino district. Car rental and taxis are available at the arrivals terminal while two buses link the airport to Piazzas Garibaldi and Municipio in the city center. The Alibus is a quick direct route while the slower 3S service takes more local roads.
What are the main airports in Naples? Naples International, 6km to the North-East of Naples outermost districts.
How can I get from Naples Airport to Naples City? You can get into town on either the Bus line 3S or Alibus, both of which go to Piazza Garibaldi and Piazza Municipio in Naples city center. Fixed taxi rates exist for the main destinations in the city center.
To many people Naples instantly conjures up images of authentic Italian pizzas, but this Italian city, just two hours South of Rome, has a lot more to offer. The historic heart of Naples is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, helping to preserve its ancient Greek and Roman remains. Naples has a huge historic center for visitors to explore and the largest number of historical or monumental churches in the world. Interesting museums include the National Archaeological Museum and the Napolitan National Gallery while Castel Nuovo and Castel dell'Ovo have plenty for visitors to see and do. The site of Pompeii with its time-capsule exhibits is just a short train ride away from Naples and makes a fascinating day out of the city.