A valid identity card or passport is sufficient for citizens of European Union countries in the Schengen area.
Citizens from all other countries must present a passport at the border and, if necessary, they should have an entry visa which must indicate the length of stay and the place of destination. The visa must be requested from the Italian consulates in the country of residence ( generally issued after 90 days of the request) specifying the reason for the trip.
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From the airport (Alibus line, final stop at Molo Beverello or Central Station; taxi around 20 euros)
From the Main Station (Metro line 1 stop at Università, Bus R2, (taxi around 6 euros)
From the Autostrade (Highways) Follow direction Naples, Main Station or Port
ALIBUS is the fast connection line between the airport and the centre of Naples. The shuttle service runs every day, including Sundays and holidays, with departures every 20 minutes. The Alibus ticket costs 5 euros and can be purchased on board, online or even at the airport at the parking payment station in the arrivals area (ground floor of the Multistorey car park). The journey takes about 20 minutes to Piazza Garibaldi and 30 minutes to Piazza Municipio. The first bus leaves the airport at 06:00 and the last bus around 23:00.
ANM (Bus, tram, Metro Line 1 and funiculars): There are different types of tickets to travel onThe ANM vehicles of the surface network of the city of Naples (buses, trams, metro line 1 and funiculars). ANM travel tickets are available from authorized dealers and ANM points at underground and funicular stations. Metro Line 1 is characterized by “The Art Stations”. They were born from a project that aims to make the public transport centres of the urban area more attractive and to give everyone the opportunity to admire examples of contemporary art up close. On weekdays, trains run approximately 242 journeys per day from 6:00 to 23:00.
Trenitalia (Metro Line 2): The L2 metro line (direction: Caserta / S. Giovanni-Barra / Castellammare / Salerno) has 15 stops and travels between Naples Campi Flegrei and Torre Annunziata C.Le. L2 metro line is operating from 5:17 to 23:03 every day
Circumvesuviana: The Circumvesuviana is a railway network serving the eastern and southern parts of the Metropolitan Area of Naples, covering approximately 142 km, distributed over 6 lines and 97 stations. This railway serves Naples and part of its province with 5 lines that connect the city centre with the municipalities that develop around Vesuvius, until reaching Sorrento, Nola, Baiano and the area between Nocera and Sarno. The stations that are part of this line are 35, widely used also by tourists to reach the Sorrento Peninsula with trains departing from 6:09 to 20:00.
Sepsa (Cumana e Circumflegrea): The Cumana Railway of Naples connects the historic center to the entire Phlegrean coast: from Montesanto it reaches Torregaveta, a hamlet in the municipality of Bacoli, passing through Fuorigrotta and Pozzuoli. It is one of the oldest public transport lines in the Neapolitan capital: inaugurated in 1892, the official timetable includes scheduled departures every 20 minutes starting at 5:00 and ending at 22:35. The Circumflegrea is another railway line that – always starting from the terminal of Montesanto – directly connected the centers of the western Neapolitan and Phlegrean hinterland, through Soccavo, Pianura, Quarto, Licola and Cuma, finally reconnecting to the original coastal line in the common station of Torregaveta.
Hydrofoils and ferries: From Naples it is possible to travel by sea in the Gulf of Naples and on the Amalfi Coast with hydrofoils and ferries to reach Capri, Ischia, Positano and Sorrento.
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