Naples, the symbol of Italy’s South
When Greeks ruled the city, they named it Neapoli or Nea Poli (New City). It’s the capital of Campania and the third largest city in Italy. It’s the second busiest passenger port in the world, after the port of Hong Kong. During World War II, Naples was the city that lived through the most bombings. The historical city centre was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s the heart of the Italian South with special recipes, many world - known landmarks and unique, traditional music. Travel to Naples with ferry tickets from Let’s Ferry.
Buildings in Naples
Attractions in Naples
• The Castel dell'Ovo at the port has 2 towers and it used to be a royal residency.
• The Piazza Del Plebiscito is the biggest square in Naples, close to the port. Walk around to see the Palazzo Reale di Napoli (Royal Palace), the Palazzo Salerno, the Palazzo della Prefettura and the majestic church Basilica Reale Pontificia San Francesco da Paola.
• The Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli (National Archaeological Museum of Naples) is one of the largest museums in the world.
• The Quartieri Spagnoli (Spanish quarter)is considered by many as the most attractive neighbourhood of Naples.
• The Catacombe di San Gennaro (Catacombs of San Gennaro)can be found 11 km from the port. It’s an underground settlement where people used to hide to protect themselves from the wrath of mount Vesuvius but also the bombings that took place during World War II.
• Visit the most attractive metro station in Europe, the Stazione della Metropolitana dell'Arte, packed with fine architecture and pristine aesthetics.
Beaches in Naples
• The Lido Virgilio is sandy and you can see some volcanic rocks in the water. It’s 30 km from the port.
• You are 55 km away from the glamorous Positano! Level up your status and swim in luxury!
• The Bagnara di Castel Volturno is sandy, organized, with clean waters and a long coastline. It’s 60 km from the port.
Activities in Naples
• Climbing the Vesuvius.Its height is 1.282 metres and it’s one of the most active volcanoes in Europe. It’s 20 km from the port.
• Rent a boat and visit the islets Procida, Isola d’ Ischia and Capri. Discover sea caves and secluded beaches just a short distance from the port.
• Visit the archaeological site of Pompeii which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Parco Archeologico di Pompeii (Archaeological Park of Pompeii) is 25 km from the port.
Access to Naples: You can reach the port by bus, train, car, plane or ferry. The airport is 4 km away.
Only in Naples: Taste the original Pizza Napolitana. The Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana (The True Neapolitan Pizza Association) is an organization that checks pizzerias in Naples on whether they use the original recipe and ingredients for the famous pizza. Pair it with the delicious sparkling volcanic wine Lachryma Christi.
Ferry tickets to Naples can be booked at Let’s Ferry.
Information about the port of Naples
The port is connected to Cagliari, Palermo and Termini Imerese.
Facilities at Naples port: Free Wi-Fi, ATM, taxis, café, restaurant, car, boat and scooter rentals, free and paid parking.
Useful phones, Naples:
Port: +39 081 2283 402
Hospital: +39 081 746 1111
Police: +39 081 751 31 77
Coastguard: +39 0789 56360