Carlo Terzo

Via Nuova del Campo 63/A, Naples, Campania, 80141, Italy
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From Naples to Capri

by Jolaz

Dear all,

As time is running short since i will be arriving Italy on 11 June, I still have a lot of questions on the trip to Capri

I will take a morning flight from Milan to Naples and probably arriving Naples by 9am. My primary objective was to get to Capri to see the Blue Grotto.

(1) Should I stay in Naples or Sorrento?
(2) If staying in Sorrento, how long does it take from Naples to Sorrento?
(3) If staying in Naples, what will the best area to stay provided that I have to get to Capri and return to Rome on the next day?
(4) Any recommended places to stay (say hotel or hostels) in either Naples or Sorrento? My budget has to be below EUR100 for a twin room. Is is possible to achieve?


Thanks in advance for all your valuable advices.

Re: From Naples to Capri

by leics

1. Stay in Sorrento. It's much nicer, less noisy and less frenetic that Naples.

2. Take the direct Curreri bus from Naples airport to Sorrento. It is an excellent service, taking around an hour. The bus will be waiting outside Arrivals, at the bus stop on the extreme left. It is clearly marked. You can pay the driver, or book online in advance here: http://www.curreriviaggi.it/

The bus will stop outside the Circumvesuviana station in Sorrento.

3. If you decide to stay in Naples, then stay near the Molo Beverello from which ferries/hydrofoil to Capri leave. Or stay near Napoli Centrale station,l from where you will leave for Rome by train......and take the bus to Molo Beverello.

4. Look at www.venere.com It lists almost all Italian hotels, is reliable and has honest guest reviews. You cannot post a review unless you have completed a stay booked at the hotel through the website. Venere will not take any money from you unless you do not turn up; you pay the hotel as normal. Check individual hotels for their specific cancellation policies. You should be able to find something under 100 euro.

Here is the timetable information for ferries/hydrofoils from Naples and from Sorrento:

http://www.capri.net/en/ferry-schedule

Re: From Naples to Capri

by leics

For hostels, look at www.hostelworld.com and www.hostelbookers.com

Re: From Naples to Capri

by geojean

Agree with the last writer - Sorrento is much nicer than Naples. Two places I always look when booking in Europe:

http://www.eurocheapo.com/
backpackers.com (they have regular hotels not just hostels listed)

Twice I have found great sleeep on Eurocheapo

I don't know the rest of the answer to your questions

Re: From Naples to Capri

by cmcard2

Just returned from Italy. Rented a car and drove to Positano where stayed - not inexpensive - but agree to try venere. the drive from naples to sorrento - maybe an hour - but others will give you some options on how to arrive - driving the coast is an experience in itself!

couple of thoughts - from sorrento lots of ferries - from positano more a few daily that require morning depart and evening return. cost is 18-20 euro per person.

it is helpful to find if the grotto is open!!! they will not offer that info because they want your money. if there are rough waters they close it! we had a storm the previous night and only found out when we got to the island. they will offer to take you on boats around the island but you just did that! we did hike to capri - bus to anacapri and then took the lift to the top of the island - that was worthwhile. just do not want to see you make effort to go if cannot do what you want to.

Travel Tips for Naples

Pizza Capital of the World

by RACCOON1

Naples is very different from northern Italian cities .

There are three main attractions::
( 1) Pompeii - easliy accessable by train and worth the trip
(2) the Blue Grotto - never went so there is no comment to be made
(3) Pizza's
Neopolitan Pizza's are the best , No agruement.
There are three to try :
Margherita
Pizza Alla Napolitana ( tomato and basil )
Calvone - This one is number one.

Please don't forget your street map in Naples.

by unravelau

I would travel light here because I allowed myself to be turned around so many times (hence don't forget the map), I ended up travelling in the wrong direction many times getting totally lost and exhausted. Very comfortable clothing........especially comfortable shoes, because the shopping is absolutely fantastic. So.........you want to have enough energy to find your way back to the station or your accommodation. Just the usual and the mandatory bottle of water to ward off dehydration. The best that you have. I don't have a tripod but it could have come in handy..........my best camera is a Canon EOS 300 which I didn't have on this occasion, so these photo's were taken with my $50 camera. Plenty of photo opportunities especially for people and circumstances. I really wish that I had taken more people photo's here. I always wear a hat with a wide brim and slap on 30 plus............I have very fair skin that is sun damaged now. Patience, Patience and more patience.

Capodichino is the airport and...

by sargentjeff

you can take a cab from there to your hotel and risk getting ripped off or take the train. Newcomers SHOULD NOT DRIVE!!!
Take the Metropolitana around the city. here is a website for train info
http://www.napolicuba.it/napoli/trasporti/collegamenti.html
drive at your own risk. I did for over six months and totaled a rental car and some moped riders ran into me one time. It's common to see 2-3 on a moped at once, and I once saw a family of four on one.

The metropolitana and buses are a great way to get around, but are rather cramped most of the time. risk a hefty fine if you don't purchase a ticket. You have to purchase them at a Tabacchi store or a newsstand.
Prices: Biglietto da novanta minuti: € 0,77. (90 minutes)
Biglietto giornaliero: € 2,32. (entire day)

Tabacchi's and newsstands usually close during 'Riposa' or midday when everyone goes home for lunch.

Napolitans are getting used to seat belts. It sorta cramps their style, but the polizia is cracking down on seat belt use.

I've driven my Chevy S-10 four wheel drive truck around without incident. Even in the commune of Pianura, where my wife is from. Newcomers should take public transportation.

Unlike northern Italy, Naples is NOT bicycle friendly. I would recommend not riding a bicycle on busy auto traffic roads. Trust me.

Capri

by apbeaches

Capri is an Italian island off the Sorrentine Peninsula, on the south side of the Gulf of Naples. It has been a resort since the time of the Roman Republic. Features of the island are the Marina Piccola (Small Harbor), the Belvedere of Tragara, which is a high panoramic promenade lined with villas, the limestone masses called Sea Stacks that stand out of the sea.

Go to the Mergellina Port, a...

by Schocolade

Go to the Mergellina Port, a little west from Santa Lucia, there is Villa Comunale, with a beautiful gardem, the point is do take a walk in the sunshine on the beach, with the white stone there, the really romantic road. then see all the best ships on the world there, then take the Funicola, one or two stops, there you can birdview the whole Napoli, like a Paradiso!

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