Bed And Breakfast Riviera di Chiaia

Via Riviera di Chiaia 66, Naples, 80122, Italy
Bed And Breakfast Riviera di Chiaia
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Travel from naples airport to capri ferry

by seaside1

I would appreciate information on the best way to get from the naples airport to the ferry that goes to capri. We will also be leaving capri by ferry and returning to Naples to take a train to Rome. What is the best way to get to the train station from the ferry landing in Naples? Thanks for the help.

RE: Travel from naples airport to capri ferry

by gmg61

Once you're out of the airport, go to the bust stop and het the so called "Alibus", a fast bus that will drive you to the Central Station and then to the Harbour, where you can get the ferry to Capri. You can buy the tickets onboard the bus.

To go to the station from the harbour, either hire a taxi or take the tram #1 that stops just outside the harbour and will leave you few hundred metres from the station entrance



RE: Travel from naples airport to capri ferry

by trvlarrngr

If you still need help visit and click
on the Viator link - they offer transfers and day trips. Hope this helps you!


Travel Tips for Naples

Soccer: what a passion

by egicom05

Even if the Napoli soccer club plays in the third series, Neapolitans are always in love with soccer. Maradona is still in their blood and soccer's symbols are everywhere. Watch this picture: young neapolitan boys ("scugnizzi") created a soccer field on the front side of a church (S. Maria Donnaregina). The goal is the main entrance gate. Don't worry they didn't mean to be blaspheme; the church is actually in disuse.

By air,
There are many...

by shiran_d

By air,
There are many european airlines fly to Capodichino International airport.
From the UK you can fly with Go direct from Stansted,
British airways from Gatwick.
If you want to travel with Alitalia they fly from London Heathrow. Via rome or Milan
By Train, Bus, Taxi, Baot by foot great.
But be very careful when you cross the roads.

Royal Palace as good as Versailles

by leogecko

One of the most under-rated attractions in southern Italy. The Reggio in Caserta is a palace of 1200 rooms with the most fantastic gardens you have ever seen. Easy train ride ( 30 mins) from Naples, but very few non-Italians seem to visit.

Tradion of handmade nativity scenes

by blusky

For many, many years entire families are making nativity scenes of all types and sizes, giving it original touch of Naples tradition. It's really worth seeing it and it's also nice oportunity to buy many of typical Naples' souvenirs.

Basilica di San Paolo Maggiore

by MM212

A Christian place of worship since the 8th century AD, la Basilica di San Paolo Maggiore was once the Roman Temple of the Dioscuri (Tempio dei Dioscuri). The pagan temple was built in the 1st century AD in the typical Roman temple style with Corinthian columns, overlooking the Roman Forum of Neapolis, which had previously been the Ancient Greek Agora, but is nowadays Piazza San Gaetano. In the 16th century, then crumbling, the basilica was completely reconstructed by the architects Gianbattista Cavagna and Francesco Grimaldi, who retained the façade of the Roman temple with its row of Corinthian columns. Unfortunately, an earthquake in 1688 caused the entire ancient façade to collapse with the exception of two columns, which still stand majestically outside the church. In the restoration following the earthquake, Francesco Solimena painted the astonishing frescoes in the sacristy (see attached photos). Unfortunately, allied bombing in WWII resulted in severe damage to the basilica, but all was restored with the exception of some of the frescoes in the nave, now forever lost.


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