:: Naples airport - Alibus & taxis ::
Important note, early June 2013: at the airport the bus stops have moved - to a point some 200 yards
/ 250 meters from Terminal 1... look for them on the main exit road, just after the first roundabout!
ANM's special tourist service, the Alibus, offers a cheap, handy and frequent way for travelling
between any of the city's three main transport hubs:
- Capodichino airport, just a mile or two outside Naples
- in Piazza Garibaldi, the main bus and rail station complex - where "Napoli Centrale" is used by
the long-distance trains of Trenitalia and Italotreno (Napoli Centrale).... with the below-ground
"Piazza Garibaldi station" for the local Metropolitana services, the Circumvesuviana railway routes
to Pompei, Sorrento etc etc
- Naples harbour, for crossings to the islands of Ischia, Procida and Capri, Sorrento and beyond.
As of June 2013, tickets now cost €3 each if bought at the airport shops, or €4 from the driver:
They're valid for 90 minutes from when they're stamped in the machine aboard the bus and, during
that time, are also good for use on other forms of public transport - both in Naples and within
the immediately surrounding area.
Do be sure to continue on to page 2....
:: Trains to Pompei & Sorrento ::
As at November 2011, a third version of this guide for those arriving in Naples - and then heading on by train to either Pompei or Sorrento.
Since the completion of its extensive makeover, changing at the main station here - Napoli Centrale - is very simple; essentially, all you need do is to look for the "Circumvesuviana" signs and follow them - but perhaps some of this will make it even easier?
(With any of the entries here, click on them to see a larger version!)
:: Timetables for SITASud buses ::
If using the SITA line buses to explore the Amalfi Coast, or elsewhere in Campania, links
to the current timetables can be found under the heading
"Orari Campania, Gruppo di Salerno"
at the very end of this webpage __http://www.sitasudtrasporti.it/index.html
But do wait until just before travelling to 'harvest' them, as updates for
some of their routes come out fairly frequently!