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Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

The Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle transports passengers between Naples Capodichino Airport, the Central Train Station and Naples Molo Beverello Port. Stopping only at these three locations, it is a cheaper alternative to taking a taxi and more convenient then using the city buses.

Travel tip
If you’re going to Sorrento, save yourself some time and catch the Curreri Viaggi bus at the airport.  The bus stop is in the parking lot that sits to the right of the traffic circle as you exit  the airport.

Pick Up/Drop Off Points

Airport
The Alibus arrives and departs from the bus stop that is located approximately 50 meters form the entrance to the airport

Central Station
The Alibus stop is located in Piazza Garibaldi midway between the Central Station and Corso Garibaldi. It is located at the city bus parking lot in front of Hotel Cavour.

Molo Beverello Port
The Alibus arrives at and departs from the bus stop located in front of the ferry ticket booths

 

Alibus TicketTickets and Fares

UnicoAlibus tickets purchased on board the Alibus are €4,00. Tickets purchased at an authorised agent prior to boarding the Alibus are €3,00. Please note, bus tickets for Naples city buses cannot be purchased or used on board.

You must validate the ticket in the electronic ticket machine on the bus and it is good for 90 minutes from validation on all city public transportation – metro, bus, cable railway.

Authorised Ticket Agents

SUN STORE TABACCHI
AEROPORTO CAPODICHINO

BIGLIETTERIA A.IR.
PIAZZA GARIBALDI

TABACCHI
PIAZZA GARIBALDI, 48

EDICOLA
PIAZZA GARIBALDI INT. STAZIONE FF. SS.

TABACCHI
PIAZZA GARIBALDI INT. STAZIONE FF. SS.

TABACCHI
PIAZZA GARIBALDI INT. STAZIONE FF. SS.

BOX R.I.T.A.
PIAZZA GARIBALDI INT. STAZIONE FF. SS.

ATLANTIS SRL
MOLO BEVERELLO

CHALET PIC NIC
MOLO BEVERELLO

BAR – RISTOMAR
VIA NUOVA MARINA – CALATA PORTA DI MASSA

EDICOLA
VIA CRISTOFORO COLOMBO, 1

EDICOLA
VIA CALATA SAN MARCO, 1

TABACCHI
PIAZZA TRIESTE E TRENTO, 3

TABACCHI
VIA PIAZZA MUNICIPIO, 16

Schedule

The Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle runs daily with departures every 20 to 30 minutes.

From the Airport
Mon – Fri 0630 – 2350
Sat, Sun & Holidays 0630 – 2339

From Molo Beverello
Mon – Fri 0600 – 0012
Sat, Sun & Holidays 0600 – Midnight

Airport Alibus Stop

Bus Stop at the Central Station heading in the direction of Porto Molo Beverello

 

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  1. Huahua Lin, July 17, 2012 7:26 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi,

    My daughter and I are going to Italy for vacation. We’d like to go Capri after Rome. We will take train to Naples from Rome. We have some questions.
    1. Can we take Alibus from Naples central train station to Molo Beverello port and come back? How many stops & How long does the bus take?
    2. Is Molo Beverello port for ferry (or hydrofoil) to go Capri?
    3. What is ferry (or hydrofoil) time schedule for Capri to Naples and reverse?

    Huahua Lin

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      Bonnie, July 18, 2012 5:56 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Huahua

      1) You can take the Alibus from the Central Station to Molo Beverello. To go to the port, the bus stop is located in the middle of Piazza Garibaldi on the right hand side as your back is to the station about halfway between the station and Corso Garibaldi. The second picture on this page shows the ALibus at the stop at the station http://www.napoliunplugged.com/naples-alibus-airport-shuttle
      2) Yes – you can get the ferry to Capri from Molo Beverello Port. SNAV and NLG operate Aliscafi and Caremar operates a ferry. You can get the links to their sites via this page http://www.napoliunplugged.com/naples-maritme-transportation where you’ll also find links to the daily schedule posted by the Il Mattino (http://sfoglia.ilmattino.it/mattino/pagpdf/parte.pdf) and the Port of Naples

      Hope that helps and enjoy your trip to Rome and Capri!

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      • mike northfield, April 12, 2013 12:30 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

        Hi Bonnie,
        You are a mine of information. Can you help please. I will be arriving at Naples airport on 10th May. Do I still have to get the Alibus outside departures and does it still not stop at Piazza Municipio.
        I’m staying at Hotel Toledo.
        Thanks
        Mike

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          Bonnie, April 13, 2013 10:11 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

          Hi Mike – thanks! Yes, the Alibus is still located outside of departures area at the airport. Its new termination point is now Porto Molo Beverello vice Piazza Municipio. That means maybe another 5 to 10 mins on foot I’d say.

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          • mike northfield, April 16, 2013 9:16 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

            Hi Bonnie,
            Thanks so much for your answer and appreciate time you take to do this.
            Mike

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          • Maria, April 30, 2013 7:58 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

            Hi Bonnie

            I’m coming in via a cruise ship at molo beverello with my daughter and mother, sunday september 1st, need to rent a car to get to my family’s place. Can’t find a car rental place in that area open on sunday, so have to go to the airport. We dock at 7:00 am and have to be back on board by 6:00 pm.

            I plan on taking the Alibus at molo beverello to the airport and back. Where do I get it at molo beverello and can I buy the tickets on board?

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            Bonnie, May 1, 2013 9:16 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

            Hi Maria – the Alibus stop is right in front of the port, so you shouldn’t have any trouble finding it and yes, you can buy tickets on board.

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    • Laura, May 1, 2014 7:40 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi,
      This may seem as a ridiculous question, but I want to make sure I have my bases covered. I can grab the Alibus to get BACK to the airport from town, correct? Do I get the bus at the same destination as I would if I were arriving into town? This is the only forum what has expressively stated that the Alibus can take you back as well as drop you off.

      Thanks!!!

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        Bonnie Alberts, May 2, 2014 10:35 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

        Hi Laura – yes the Alibus goes to and from the airport. At Molo Beverello Port the bus stop is the same. At the Central Train station there are two signs at the bus stop – one says “Porto” – that is going in the direction of the port, the other says “Aeroporto” – that is going in the direction of the Airport.

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  2. PAULINA AGUIRRE, August 8, 2012 9:18 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    HELLOW I HOPE YOU CAN HELP ME, IM GOING TO NAPLES FROM ROME BY TRAIN.

    IM ARRIVING AT THE NAPOLI CENTRALE, I NEED TO GET TO THE AIRPORT AS SOON AS I GET TO NAPLES.

    COULD YOU SHOW ME HOW?

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH

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      Bonnie, August 12, 2012 2:55 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Paulina – As you leave the Central Station look for the McDonald’s to your right. The Alibus stop to go to the airport is on the street (Corso Novara) outside the McDonald’s. The Alibus takes you from the Train Station directly to the airport with no stops in between. The Alibus ticket is €3,00 and can be purchased on board the Alibus. You must validate the ticket in the electronic ticket machine on the bus.

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  3. D. H. Aurelias, August 12, 2012 3:54 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,

    Do you know if I can purchase the 3T Unico Campania Pass at the Naples Airport or on the Alibus?

    Many thanks.
    -DHA

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      Bonnie, August 22, 2012 11:51 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      I don’t believe you can purchase them on the Alibus, but you might be able to get them at the tobacco shop in the airport.

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  4. ola ola, August 19, 2012 7:50 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,
    pls i hope you can help me, i am coming from manchester to naples and i am going to prison market. how do i get to the market from naples Airpot and what is the street name of prison market called and also what is the best day and time to come to the market in end of summer time.
    Thanks

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      Bonnie, August 22, 2012 12:06 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      I assume you mean the Poggioreale Market. If so it is on Via Marino Di Caramanico, just off Via Via Nuova Poggioreale. Last I checked, the market is only open Friday, Sunday and Monday 0700 – 1500 and I’m not sure whether or not they close down at all during the summer. The easiest way to get there would be by taxi. The other option would be to take the Alibus to Piazza Garibaldi and then take the Number 1 tram from there to the market.

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  5. Paul, August 22, 2012 11:36 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi

    I am travelling to Naples airport next week, from London. I need to get to the Hotel San Francesco Al Monte in Naples. If I catch the Alibus from the airport, can you tell me which bus stop I need to get off, nearest to the hotel.

    Many thanks
    Paul

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      Bonnie, August 22, 2012 12:28 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Paul, the hotel San Francesco is not on the Alibus route. Your best bet would be to get a taxi to the hotel as there are no direct routes via public transportation. If you want to use public transportation, one option would be to take the Alibus to the Central Train Station. From there, take Metro Line 2 to the Montesanto station, then transfer (a short walk) to the Montesanto Funiculare. Take the Funicolare to Corso Vittorio Emanuele and then its about a 400 meter walk to the hotel, which may be uphill.

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      • Paul, August 22, 2012 4:33 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

        ha ha, I’ll think I’ll grab a taxi :-)

        Much appreciate your assistance Bonnie, very helpful.
        I couldn’t see a direct route myself, so many thanks for the confirmation.

        If you ever visit Romford, England, I’ll repay the compliment.

        Many thanks
        Paul

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          Bonnie, August 24, 2012 2:10 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

          No problem Paul – happy to help. I will definitely add Romford to my list of places to visit and look you up when I do :) I hope you enjoy your visit to Naples. Drop us a line and let us know how you enjoyed your stay!

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      • lisa, August 19, 2013 7:18 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

        hi i’m also going to this hotel and guess what i’m from romford too…small world. i was thinking of getting the bus to the cental station.And then a taxi to the hotel is this a good option ?
        lisa

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          Bonnie, August 20, 2013 9:36 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

          If you get off at the Alibus’ 2nd stop, the Naples Molo Beverello Port, your hotel is about a 15 minutes walk from there. A taxi from the Airport to Chiaia where your hotel is should be 23,00 euro fixed rate. From the Beverello Port, it is a metered journey and I would guess it would be about 7,00 euro or so. – See more at: http://www.napoliunplugged.com/naples-alibus-airport-shuttle#sthash.DDGtYEj1.dpuf

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  6. Jim osullivan, September 6, 2012 12:39 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie
    i am flying into Naples airport and want to take the Alibus to the port and take a ferry to Sorrento. i arrive at 11 am. airport do i take the Alibus outside the arrival directly to molo b or do i have to change buses? Will the driver accept paper or coin euros? we wanted to take a ferry to Sorrento i read they are slower but a nicer trip than the Hydrofoil, the trip is nicer for seeing the sites. do i have to buy tickets in advance? all the web pages are a bit confusing and i can not get the english to work. any suggestions on getting the tickets. we arrive october 11,2012. and would like to go right to Sorrento. what i understand is we will need to get off the Alibus before the last stop? Will the driver tell us when we should get off?Thank you for any help you can provide.
    Jim

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      Bonnie, September 10, 2012 6:44 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Jim – yes – you can get the Alibus outside the airport and no, you don’t have to change buses. The Alibus only has two stops, the Central Station and Porto Molo Beverello, which is the second/last stop. The driver will go past the port and then turn around and come back and stop directly in front of it. Pretty sure coin or paper is okay, but exact change I’m sure is always appreciated. At that time of year you shouldn’t need to buy tickets in advance and it may well be that you will only find a Hydrofoil going to Sorrento. The ticket windows are well marked, so you shouldn’t have a problem. The daily schedule is in the paper at http://sfoglia.ilmattino.it/mattino/pagpdf/parte.pdf.

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  7. Anna Brinded, September 10, 2012 7:24 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,

    Could you please tell me how long it takes for the Alibus to reach the airport? I’ll be travelling by train from Tropea next month and am getting off at Naples Centrale.

    Thank you!

    Anna

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  8. Libby, September 13, 2012 7:01 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hello,

    I am arriving in Naples at 4 PM on a Saturday in September and wish to take the train to Sorrento. Would this be the correct train to take? http://www.vesuviana.it/web/it/homepage Does it run often and is it really only 5 euros? Thanks.

    Libby

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  9. Viviana, September 14, 2012 2:42 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,

    I´d like to know how long it takes for the Alibus to get to the airport from the port, and if it´s allowed to get on the bus with suitcases. I´ll be coming from Capri to catch a plane to Palermo.
    If you ever visit Rosario, Argentina, I´ll be glad to help you. :)
    Thanks a lot!

    Viviana

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      Bonnie, September 14, 2012 3:35 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Viviana – it takes about a half hour to get to the airport from the port and yes, suitcases are allowed on the Alibus.

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  10. Janet Wellington, September 17, 2012 1:54 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hello: looks like the Alibus would work for travel from the airport to the port–is Molo Beverello where we would get a ferry to Ischia? The port looks quite big…is it easy to find ticket window from where Alibus would drop us off? Or do we need to walk a bit to get to the right spot? And upon return, it seems as though we could take the Alibus from the port to the train station, correct?

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      Bonnie, September 18, 2012 2:11 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Janet – yes, you can take the Alibus from the airport to the Molo Beverello Port and that is where you get the ferry to Ischia. Departing from the airport on the Alibus there are only two stops. The first is at the Central train station, the second at Porto Molo Beverello. The bus will go past it, turn around and drop you right in front of the port. It is not a very large port and you will find the ticket windows directly in front of you. To return to the Central Station, get the Alibus at the same stop it dropped you off and get off at the first stop, the Central Train Station.

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  11. Peggy, September 17, 2012 10:05 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,

    We need to arrive at the Naples airport from Sorrento. Whether there is any transportation come from Sorrento to Naples airport directly? Or we need to reach Naples Central Station first and then take Alibus? The plan will be on 10:40am. I am not sure whether we have enough time to catch the plan.

    Thanks,
    Peggy

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  12. Peggy, September 18, 2012 6:48 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,
    We will live in Hotel prestige which is near Sita bus station. If we want to reach the Naples airport, is there any bus can take us from the hotel to the Naples station directly? Or we need arrive at Sorrento centre first to get to Naples Central Station and then to take the Alibus to the airport? Our plane is on 10:40am, do we have enough time to catch it?

    Thanks in advance
    Peggy

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      Bonnie, September 18, 2012 10:42 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Peggy – There is a bus from Sorrento to the Airport departing with the earliest departure at 0630 am. I believe it leaves from the Circumvesuviana train station and takes about 1 hour 15 to 1 1/2 hours. This would be quicker than taking the train to the Central Station and then the Alibus to the airport. You can double check with your hotel, they should know. Here’s the link to the bus website http://www.curreriviaggi.it

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      • Peggy, September 18, 2012 11:39 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

        Really appreciate your detail reply. That’s very helpful. Thank you.

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  13. Steff Lewis-Sabey, September 25, 2012 5:21 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    I’ll be travelling to Naples in october. We are staying at Orsini B&B, Orsini46 – Napoli Via Generale Orsini – should we get the Alibus from the airport and get off at Molo Beverello?

    Many thanks,

    Steff.

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      Bonnie, September 27, 2012 12:57 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Steff, Yes – you can get the Alibus from the airport and get off at Molo Beverello, but depending on how much luggage you have its a bit of a trek by foot to the B&B from there and a good bit of it is uphill. You can get a taxi from the port, but if you decide to walk, there is an elevator you can take up to Piazza del Plebescito at the entrance to the tunnel – Galleria Vittoria. From there, head towards the water and take a right on Via Generale Orsini.

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  14. Jana Walker, September 25, 2012 10:09 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    if boarding from Molo Beverello is the first stop going to the airport at central station? or do you need to go to the airport and back to Central Station? We want to go to Central Station from a cruise boat and this looks like a good option.

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      Bonnie, September 27, 2012 12:59 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Jana – boarding the Alibus at Porto Molo Beverello, the first stop will be the central train station.

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  15. mishu88, September 26, 2012 12:16 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hello! I was on 13rd July in Naples Capodichino and I wanted to go to the Rail Station. Local taxi drivers told me then that the AliBus was suspended.

    I want to go on November 2012 from Naples Airport to Naples Central Rail Station. What other means of transport are available except of taxi 15E fares or Alibus?

    Thank you in advance!

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      Bonnie, September 27, 2012 1:03 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Not sure why you were advised the Alibus was suspended, but it is still running and you can take it from the airport to the central train station.

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      • mishu88, November 9, 2012 8:25 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

        Ok, and the schedule is…

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  16. Patrice, September 28, 2012 11:04 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Bonjour,
    Dimanche 30/9/2012, nous arrivons à l’aéroport de naples à 9h30. Nous devons prendre l’Alibus pour le port de Beverello afin de prendre le ferry pour Ischia.
    Où doit-on acheter le billet de l’Alibus ? et quel est le n° de la ligne pour le port. Pour les billets de ferry faut-il les régler en espèces ou peut-on le faire en Carte Bleue ?

    A notre retour, nous allons du port de beverello à l’hôtel B&B Allogio Maria, situé Vico Dei Panettieri n°2 à Naples. L’Alibus passe t-il dans ce secteur, sinon quel moyen ais-je pour me rendre à cet hôtel

    Je vous remercie d’avance.

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      Bonnie, September 28, 2012 6:19 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Vous pouvez achetez le billet pour l’Alibus à bord du bus – ça coûte €3,00 (il faut noter que l’arrêt pour le bus a été déplacé et maintenant se trouve devant la zone des départs). Il n’y a pas de n° de route spécial pour l’Alibus; il est marqué ALIBUS.

      Pour le ferry je ne sais pas si on peut acheter les billets avec Carte Bleue – mieux peut-être avoir assez d’argent comptant pour payer en espèces.

      En revenant en ville, vous pouvez prendre l’Alibus de nouveau jusqu’à la Gare Centrale et de là prendre un taxi à l’hôtel. Le tarif (il faut se mettre en accord avec le chauffeur avant de partir) doit être le tarif fixe de €6,00.

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      • Patrice, September 29, 2012 9:28 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

        Merci beaucoup pour ces précieux renseignements

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  17. Ines Droesbeke, September 28, 2012 12:43 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi,
    We will be leaving the Alibus at Molo Beverello and booked a room in the Excelsior Hotel, Via Parthenope.
    How long will it take to walk over there, and very important, is it easy walking ?

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      Bonnie, October 2, 2012 6:01 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi – Its probably 15 or 20 minutes by foot and part of the walk is uphill. There is an elevator at the entrance to the tunnel that will take you up to Piazza del Plebiscito. From there you can head left towards the water and around onto Via Partenope.

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  18. Ruth Davies, October 11, 2012 3:22 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Please could you tell me if children (a) under 12 and (b) 12 – 18 have to pay the full 3 euros for Alibus fare? I am travelling this weekend with a group of children of mixed ages.

    Can you tell me about reductions/fare structures on other Naples buses/metro please?

    Many thanks,
    Ruth

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      Bonnie, October 11, 2012 6:34 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Ruth – since there are a variety of agencies involved in Naples public transport system, the answer to your questions is not as easy as one might think.

      First, the Alibus and Naples City Buses: According to ANM, the agency in charge of the Naples City Buses and the Alibus, children 0 – 6 years do not need a ticket, however, if you are accompanying more than one child 0 – 6, you must purchase one ticket for every two children (plus your own of course). I assume this applies to the Alibus as well, but it would be best to check with the driver.

      As for the metro, Metro Line 1 is under the agency MetroNapoli and I’ve not found anywhere, where they specify reductions for children. Unico Campania, the agency responsible for ticketing on all Campania public transport says reductions for children vary from agency to agency but in general, children under 1 meter tall do not have to pay. Whether or not MetroNapoli subscribes to this policy, I’m not sure at the moment.

      Metro Line 2 is managed by TrenItalia whose general policy is children under 4 ride free but are not entitled to a seat. I’m guessing this applies to the metro as well as their regular regional/national trains.

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  19. Donella, October 11, 2012 9:21 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Argh so stressed…I am in Pompeii at the moment, leaving for home tomorrow, I know I have to get the circumversuviana to garibaldi but where is the alibus stop that heads towards the airport??? I can’t sleep as I’m stressing to much :-( x

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      Bonnie, October 11, 2012 10:16 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      No need to stress Donella. The Alibus stop heading to the airport is just outside the station in front of McDonald’s. The sign is a bit tree covered at the moment, but it’s not hard to find.

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      • Donella, October 12, 2012 7:25 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

        Thank you so much :-) this site is brilliant xx

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          Bonnie, October 14, 2012 12:07 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

          Thanks so much Donella :)

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  20. Ruth Davies, October 12, 2012 10:39 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Thanks so much, Bonnie – your answer is very helpful and explains why I’ve found it hard to find answers on the internet : )

    Ruth

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      Bonnie, October 14, 2012 12:08 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Yes – it is a bit convoluted Ruth :) Hope everything went well this weekend!

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  21. mary, i want to go to Prison market, how do i get there from Naple airport. do i get bags,belt, shrits and gold jewelry., October 24, 2012 5:46 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    how do i get to prison market in naples

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      Bonnie, October 29, 2012 4:25 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Mary. I assume you mean the Poggioreale Market. If so it is on Via Marino Di Caramanico, just off Via Via Nuova Poggioreale. Last I checked, the market is only open Friday, Sunday and Monday 0700 – 1500. The easiest way to get there would be by taxi. The other option would be to take the Alibus to Piazza Garibaldi and then take the Number 1 tram from there to the market. You will find bags, shoes, belts and clothes there but I don’t believe it would be the place to find or buy gold jewellery.

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  22. eugen romania, November 4, 2012 8:52 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hello, Alibus circulating Saturday ? arrive at the airport at 16.00

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      Bonnie, November 6, 2012 8:06 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Eugen – yes, the Alibus runs on Saturday. It runs daily 7 days a week.

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  23. mishu88, November 9, 2012 8:23 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hello! I came to Naples in 13rd July 2012 and people from the station in front of Capodichino Airport said to me that ALIBUS doesn`t make service any more. So I went in a taxi and took me 15 Euros!!!

    But reading your comments here I see that ALIBUS is back in service.

    What is, in fact, the situation there?

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  24. Joe Kettles, November 22, 2012 11:10 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Bonnie,

    I am going to Naples in May. I will be staying at the San Giorgio Hotel near to the Central station. Does the airport shuttle bus stop at the station ?

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      Bonnie, November 22, 2012 3:33 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Joe – yes, the Alibus stops at the Central Station. It stops midway in Piazza Garibaldi between the central station and Corso Garibaldi.

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  25. Tina, November 26, 2012 1:37 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,

    We are going to Naples in early May, and am landing at Naples Airport – can you please let me know the best way to get to Capri using the bus to Molo Beverello and then a hydrofoil to Capri?

    I saw the bus schedule that you posted, but am having trouble making sense of the timings. Considering we land at 9:40AM, what are some possible bus and ferry times which we may be able to catch?

    Many thanks!!!!!

    Tina

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      Bonnie, November 27, 2012 11:28 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Tina – yes, the best way to Capri is to take the Alibus to Porto Molo Beverello and catch the hydrofoil to Capri. During that time of day, the Alibus runs about every 20 minutes, so all you need to do is exit the airport and wait for the next bus. As for Ferry schedules, you will probably want to check those closer to your arrival date. You can find links to the carriers here http://www.napoliunplugged.com/naples-maritme-transportation as well as links to the daily schedules published by Naples Port and the Il Mattino (newspaper). As an example, you can see the current schedule for NLG here http://www.navlib.it/linee/DettaglioLinea.asp?idli=3 but I suspect the schedule will change in the spring.

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  26. biela, December 21, 2012 6:41 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    hi, i wanna go to prison market in napoli, italy. plz tell
    me what address should i write on my navigation??? plz plz thx

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  27. Marion Lugg, January 16, 2013 3:27 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    I understood the Alibus stopped in Piazza Municipio but you describe it stopping down at Molo Beverello. How far from Via Medina is the stop?

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      Bonnie, January 17, 2013 7:00 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Marion – The Alibus used to stop at Piazza Municipio but now stops at the Molo Beverello Port instead. Depending where on Via Medina, its probable less than 1km.

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  28. Bonnie, January 18, 2013 12:16 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hoi Bonnie, volgens mij weet je heel veel van de Ali bus. wij gaan 15 mei naar Napels met vliegtuig en logeren in het Hotel Olimpo degli Dei, komt de Ali bus daar in de buurt en zo ja waar moeten we uitstappen en hoever is dat lopen, het adres is;Piazza Santa Maria La Nova, 12, Centro Storico, 80134 Napels.Het zou superzijn als je het antwoordt weet en het zou lukken. Bedankt vast en Groetjes Ineke.

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      Bonnie, January 21, 2013 3:57 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Ineke – the Alibus stops at the Molo Beverello Port. Your hotel is about a 10 or 15 minute walk from there.

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  29. Bella, January 20, 2013 1:43 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hello,

    Am visiting Naples in August and am planning to visit both Capri and Pompeii in one day. I will take the train to Capri, get back to Napoli and take a ferry to Capri. my questions are these;

    1) are these two trips doable in a day?
    2) am staying at Via Medina 17, Molo Beverello, 80133. Where do i catch the Alibus to both the train station for Pompeii and the port for Capri?
    3) same question number 2 above for when I return from both places.

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      Bonnie, January 21, 2013 3:49 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi – I wouldn’t recommend doing both trips in one day unless you are very short on time and have your heart set on visiting both. The Alibus stop is right in front of the Molo Beverello port where you will catch the ferry to Capri. It is about a 10 minutes walk from your hotel. Another option would be to walk to the port, catch the Alibus to the train station, go to Pompeii, then take the train from Pompeii to Sorrento rather than all the way back to Napoli and catch a ferry from there to Capri. Again, returning from Capri, your hotel is about a 10 minutes walk from the port.

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  30. Heather, January 23, 2013 6:59 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hello Bonnie
    What a wonderful and informative site. You’ve answered questions I haven’t had to ask! I hope getting from the airport to the Central Station is as easy as it sounds.
    Do you know whether or not the Naples Museum is open on Easter Saturday, please.
    Thanks, Heather

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      Bonnie, January 23, 2013 7:04 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Heather – just sent you an email. Yes, as far as I know they will be open, but do check back closer to the date to verify. Enjoy Napoli!

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  31. Alena, January 28, 2013 11:20 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    On the autumn of this year we want visit Ischia island.
    Our traject from Ischia porte comes to Napoli (Molo Beverello) at 5.30 morning and we must be on the airport
    Capodichino at 6.00 – 6.15 oclock. Is it possible ?
    Thanks for your answer. Alena

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      Bonnie, January 30, 2013 8:43 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Alena – the first Alibus doesn’t leave the Port until 6:00 am and its probably 15 or 20 minutes to the airport. To ensure your connection it might be better to take a taxi.

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  32. Colin, January 31, 2013 1:55 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,

    We are arriving at Naples airport on Tues 26th Feb and have a room booked at the Piazza Bellini hotel. Can you tell me the best way to get there from the airport please?

    Also, we would like to see Pompeii , Sorrento and Capri whilst we are there. we are there for 4 days in total. any suggestions and prices of trains/metro/ferry or hydrofoil please?

    ~Many thanks

    Colin

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      Bonnie, February 2, 2013 12:15 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Collin,

      Your best bet is probably just to get a cab as Piazza Bellini is not very near the two stops on the Alibus. I believe the Taxi per Tutti fixed rate will be 16,00 but you need to ask the taxi driver for that up front. (http://www.napoliunplugged.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/TAXI_PER_TUTTI_eng_.pdf).

      If you want to use mass transit, you would take the Alibus to the Central Station. From there its about a 2.5 km walk or you could take Metro Line 2 to the Cavour Station and from there its about a 10 minutes walk.

      You can reach both Pompeii and Sorrento on the Naples ↔ Sorrento Line of the Circumvesuviana Train (http://www.napoliunplugged.com/naples-circumvesuviana-railway). It stops at Herculaneum, Oplontis, Pompeii, Stabia, and Sorrento. The prices I have listed on that page are out of date. For Pompeii you need a Unico 3 ticket which is €2,80 for a single ticket, €8,40 for a daily. To go all the way to Sorrento you will need a Unico 5 ticket for €4,00, Daily €12,00. You could always travel by train, stop in Pompeii, continue to Sorrento and then take the hydrofoil or ferry back to Naples.

      You can also reach Sorrento and of course Capri via ferry and hydrofoil. Depending on which carrier you use I believe the prices run between €11,00 and €20,00 each way. You can find most of the info you will need here http://www.napoliunplugged.com/naples-maritme-transportation.

      Hope you enjoy Naples!

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  33. Colin, February 3, 2013 12:42 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Many thanks for your time and the info. We are looking forward to the trip!

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  34. Laura Lynn, March 3, 2013 1:28 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    In June I am arriving at Naples Central station at 10:55 am. Will I have enough time to take a taxi to the port and buy tickets for the 11:30 hydrofoil to Capri? Will it be easy to find a taxi? Is it safe? I will have luggage and my little girl.

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      Bonnie, March 5, 2013 10:36 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Laura Lynn – assuming your train arrives on time, that should be enough time. Taxis are located directly outside of the station.

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  35. Sarah, March 3, 2013 4:01 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie! your Q&A page is so helpful!

    I intend to take the R2 (20 min journey) to piazza gardibaldi and then catch the alibus from there to the airport on sunday evening

    I understand that the alibus ticket is valid for 90min. Would I be allowed to start using the alibus ticket for the R2 journey, which is actually before the alibus journey itself? and would you advise that?

    Thank you so much!

    Sarah

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      Bonnie, March 5, 2013 10:35 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Sorry Sarah – I totally didn’t see your question until now. Hope all worked out okay. I would say, as long as you validate the ticket on the R2 it should be fine. Let me know if that’s what you did.

      Again, sorry I didn’t get back to you in time.

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  36. Lesley, March 5, 2013 10:56 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi, I will be coming from Sorrento, thought we might catch the ferry to Naples. Can we then catch the alibus from the ferry to the train station to go on to Rome. It will be May 2013.

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      Bonnie, March 5, 2013 12:02 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Lesley – yes, there is an Alibus stop at the Molo Beverello port. The train station is the first stop from there.

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  37. André Mattos, March 9, 2013 10:34 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    I wish information could be more precise. I’m standing right now at the Alibus fermata and it took me more time to find it than to get from Via Toledo to the port. The stop is no way near Mcdonald’s … it is exactly in front of Maschio Angioino and port of Napoli ticket booths

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      Bonnie, March 9, 2013 11:22 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      I’m sorry Andre but I think you misunderstood the information. The McDonalds was the landmark for the bus stop at the Central Station: “Outside of the Central Station on Corso Novara next to the McDonalds (heading to the airport).” The information goes on to say that “the last stop (or first if you’re heading to the airport) is Naples Molo Beverello Port near Castel Nuovo,” which is where you caught the Alibus.

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  38. Dvd Mdv, March 17, 2013 10:47 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie, i am coming from london to via Giuseppe galante close to Garibaldi
    and Casanova with my family. Can you help us please how to get there?
    Thank you

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      Bonnie, March 20, 2013 10:38 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      If you are flying to Naples, you can take the Alibus to the Central Station and walk from there or you can take a taxi from the airport.

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  39. Peter G, March 17, 2013 9:22 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi, just a quick thank you for all the information on this site – we had a great time in Napoli and hope to return! Peter

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      Bonnie, March 20, 2013 10:36 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Thanks so much Peter – great to hear!

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  40. andres, March 18, 2013 8:45 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi,

    Can I pay the Alibus ticket using credit card? or maybe buy it in advance on internet?

    Thanks for your help.

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      Bonnie, March 20, 2013 10:32 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      No Andres, you can’t pay for the Alibus ticket with a credit card on the bus nor can you buy it in advance on the internet.

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  41. John P, April 1, 2013 11:45 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Bonnie: I was just on the website for Alibus and it appeared to me that the Alibus ticket is also good on the Circunvesuviana to Sorrento. Please check the link below and see if you agree.

    http://www.anm.it/Upload/RES/PDF/ORARI/C03%2012%20apodichino.pdf

    If this is true it seems I can get from the airport all the way to Sorrento for 3 euros.

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      Bonnie, April 2, 2013 8:11 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi John – it is good on the Circumvesuviana but only for band 1 (prima fascia), a U1 ticket, which is good for the towns of: Arzano, Casandrino, Casavatore, Casoria, Cercola, Marano di Napoli, Melito di Napoli, Mugnano di Napoli, Portici, Pozzuoli, Procida*, Quarto, San Giorgio a Cremano, San Sebastiano al Vesuvio, Volla. Sorrento is in band 5, which requires a U5 ticket that is € 4.10 (for a total of € 7.10). As you will be traveling from the airport, you might find taking the bus easier. The tickets are €10.00, but you might find it more convenient. http://www.curreriviaggi.it

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      • John P, April 2, 2013 1:54 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

        Thanks, Bonnie. I am a retired US Navy person who will be staying at the Navy complex alongside Capodachino. It seems that if we want to make a day trip to Pompei we can follow the same route – Alibus to Napoli Centrale then take the Circumvesuviana but just get off at Pompei-Villa Dei Misteri? Does that sound right?

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          Bonnie, April 3, 2013 10:58 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

          Yes John, that would be the route to Pompeii. Just make sure you are on the Napoli ↔ Sorrento line on the Circumvesuviana. Also, the Circumvesuviana station is reached via an underground walkway from the Central Station. Enjoy Naples!

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  42. John Carboni, April 11, 2013 4:56 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    We are planning to usage the Alibus in August, 2013 to travel from airport to central station. Will the bus still be loading at the airport departure terminal at that time? Is there a map of the airport on line so that I can orientate myself with directions before arriving?
    Also, does the Campania Arte card cover the cost of the Alibus?
    Thanks, Michelle

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      Bonnie, April 13, 2013 10:28 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Michelle,

      The Alibus is still loading at the departures area and as far as I know it will be staying there for the foreseeable future. The airport is not very big, so you shouldn’t have any trouble finding the departures area, but here’s a link to a map of the airport http://www.portal.gesac.it/portal/page/portal/internet/inAEROPORTO/ServiziUtili

      Whether or not and what types of transportation are included depends on which ArteCard you purchase. There are several options to choose from, so I suggest you consult the ArteCard Site online at http://www.campaniartecard.it/ and then check with them on any specific questions you have.

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  43. FannyFran, April 19, 2013 10:59 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie
    We’r arriving to Naples’s airport and want to go to Sorrento
    which transportation is best. (Bus or Train and wich one?) Can we also take a round trip ticket to the airport? Many thanks

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      Bonnie, April 20, 2013 11:45 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      The easiest way is to take the bus that goes from the Airport to Sorrento – http://www.curreriviaggi.it/inglese/E_index.html. It runs about every 2 hours, takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes and costs 10,00 euro.

      Option 2 would be to take the Alibus to Porto Molo Beverello and take a hydrofoil to Sorrento. This is a fun way to go but will take a bit longer and is quite a bit more expensive. 3,00 euro for Alibus and around 18,00 euro for hydrofoil ticket.

      Option 3 is to take the Alibus to the Central Station, walk underground to the Circumvesuviana station and take the train from there to Sorrento. The Alibus ticket is 3,00 the train ticket is 4,00 euro. The train runs about every 1/2 hour and the journey is about 1 hour 5 minutes. http://www.vesuviana.it/web/en

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      • Maxine, August 18, 2013 7:59 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

        Hi Bonnie,

        Firstly thank you for all your useful information, it has helped me a great deal.

        Two questions… where do you catch the curreriviaggi bus from to go direct to Sorrento?

        What would be the best way to get to Rome from Sorrento

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          Bonnie, August 18, 2013 10:40 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

          Hi Maxine – you get the Curreriviaggi bus to Sorrento at the Airport. It parks in a parking lot on the right hand side of the roundabout as you exit the airport. Curreriviaggi used to have service to Rome but they don’t appear to at the moment. However, AUTOLINEE MAROZZI runs a bus from Sorrento to Rome that leaves from the Circumvesuviana Station in Sorrento – http://www.marozzivt.it

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  44. Jane, May 2, 2013 7:46 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,
    This is a great service you provide. Thank You! My flight will be arriving at the Naples Airport at 21:30 and I am going to Hotel Naples Hotel at Corso Umberto I, 55 in September 2013. Is it better to take the Alibus to the central station and then take the R2 bus or take the Alibus to the molo beverello and then walk. Which would be the quickest? Where is the connetion for the R2 bus? Also I am going to Amalfi town after 2 nights in Napoli. Do I just walk down to molo beverello and look for the ferry schedule or do you have any good tips.

    Grazie!

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      Bonnie, May 6, 2013 11:20 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Jane – Yes – I would take the Alibus to the central station and then the R2. You can get the R2 at the bus parking area in front of the station. As for the ferry, Metro del Mare is usually the way, but their 2013 schedule is not out yet and I don’t have any news on what type of service they will provide this year or when it will start/end. I would check their website closer to the day.
      http://www.metrodelmare.net

      You might find a Gescab ferry to Amalfi from either Capri or Sorrento but I don’t believe they run very frequently.
      http://www.gescab.it

      You can also get to Amalfi by taking the Circumvesuviana train to Sorrento and then a SitaSud bus to Amalfi. Here’s a link to what they are calling their Spring 2013 schedule. I would guess if the schedule changes for the summer, service would increase.

      http://www.sitasudtrasporti.it/public/tpl/campania/5070.pdf

      Another option might be to take the train to Salerno and a ferry from there to Amalfi

      http://www.coopsantandrea.com/it/servizidilinea/servizi_b.asp?id=1

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  45. Marcia Kramer, May 6, 2013 1:44 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    HI Bonnie:

    You are great with info. I am planning a trip to Sorrento in August, but with a later flight arrival to Naples (22:40). Is there transportation that late in the day or would it be better to spend the night in Naples?

    For the return trip, my flight is at 6:40 and I would be coming from Sorrento. Should I plan on a night in Naples or can I get transportation that early in the AM? What is the best transportation to the airport if I do stay in Naples? I am looking for an inexpensive way to travel.

    Any suggestions for accommodations in either Naples or Sorrento?

    Thanks

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      Bonnie, May 6, 2013 8:47 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Marcia,

      Getting to Sorrento at that hour would be quite difficult using mass transit and getting back that early probably will be as well. If you stay in Naples you can use the Circumvesuviana to get back and forth from Sorrento and the Alibus to get back and forth from the airport.

      Here’s a list of some of our favourite hotels in Naples

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    • Marcia Kramer, May 30, 2013 4:03 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Thanks so much very helpful!

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        Bonnie, May 31, 2013 10:25 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

        Thanks!

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  46. Rick, May 9, 2013 10:50 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hello,
    I am trying to determine if the Alibus is wheelchair accessible.
    So far no luck, maybe you can help?
    Iam going there May 22

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      Bonnie, May 11, 2013 10:23 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Rick – while I don’t believe the Alibus has a lift, it does have hydraulics that lowers the bus and a spot for wheel chairs.

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  47. Laura, May 13, 2013 6:31 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi, can anyone tell me what a taxi costs from the airport to beverello. Have used the alibus before but there are 4 of us this time and wondered if it wasn’t much more to get a taxi. I’ve read that you can show the driver the list of set piblished fares and agree a price as its more expensive to have the meter running? Thanks

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      Bonnie, May 15, 2013 9:08 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Laura – the fixed rate from the airport to molo beverello should be €19,00. There should be a tariff card on the back of the seat where you can find the rate. You need to inform the driver you want the fixed rate before proceeding. The meter could be cheaper depending on traffic and if you don’t have luggage, and are not being picked up at the airport, etc. Per the tariff card – FIXED TARIFF IS INCLUSIVE OF ALL THE SUPPLEMENTS AND IT’S APPLIED TO THE SINGLE JOURNEY, REGARDLESS OF THE NUMBER OF PASSENGERS CARRIED – so you will most likely be better off going fixed rate. Here’s a link to the 2013 Tariff card – http://www.napoliunplugged.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/tariffario_inglese-2.pdf

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  48. David Hicks, May 27, 2013 1:50 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,

    An excellent place to come for Naples travel tips. I hope the local authorities are paying you well?!

    I’m hoping there is a ferry/hydrofoil service to Positano… from Molo Beverello.

    We could go via Sorrento and get a cab. What would you suggest – for Naples to Positano?

    Many thanks
    David Hicks, London

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      Bonnie, May 30, 2013 11:17 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi David,

      Metro del Mare is usually the way, but their 2013 schedule is not out yet and I don’t have any news on what type of service they will provide this year or when or if it will start. I would check their website closer to the day.
      http://www.metrodelmare.net

      You can also get to Positano by taking the Circumvesuviana train to Sorrento and then a SitaSud bus to Positano. Here’s a link to what they are calling their Spring 2013 schedule. I would guess if the schedule changes for the summer, service would increase.

      http://www.sitasudtrasporti.it/public/tpl/campania/5070.pdf

      Another option might be a Gescab ferry to Positano from either Capri or Sorrento but I don’t believe they run very frequently.
      http://www.gescab.it

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  49. Janet, May 30, 2013 10:19 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Can you tell us the best way to get from Naples airport to Royal Continental Hotel (via Partenope I think) We arrive early afternoon on 31 July. Would like to use Alibus and local bus if suitable.

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      Bonnie, May 30, 2013 11:32 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      The area around the Royal Continental Hotel is pedestrianised, so if you are planning to use public transport, you will have to walk at least part of the way (taxis are permitted to drop off hotel patrons) and keep in mind, it will be very, very hot at that time of year. The Alibus will take you to the Port. From there it is about a 1.5 km walk, part of which is uphill. There is an elevator located at the Vittoria Tunnel which will take you up to Piazza Plebiscito and you can walk down to Via Partenope from there. The other option from the port would be to go to the bus stop across the street (in front of the Castle) and catch a city bus. Get off at the first stop after the tunnel (on Via Domanico Morelli) and its about a 5 mins walk from there.

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  50. Thibaut, June 9, 2013 12:13 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hello Bonnie !
    we are going to Ischia for some days and on 28th of June we have to take a plane at 09:00 AM at Naples Airport to come back.
    We were looking through different websites and what we found out is that only a boat may leave at 06:20 to Naples from Ischia but we are not sur .
    Could wou help us please ?
    thank you =) thibaut

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      Bonnie, June 10, 2013 10:58 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Thibaut – as far as I know the ferries from Ischia don’t run any earlier than that.

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  51. Sarah, June 12, 2013 4:49 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie!

    I will be arriving in Naples Airport at 11.45 am on the 7th of July and will be needing to catch the train to Agropoli from the Napoli Central Station. Would it be convenient to take the Alibus shuttle to the central station from the airport then? Also, would you recommend booking the train ticket to Agropoli onilne or buying it on the spot?

    Thank you!! : )

    sarah

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      Bonnie, June 13, 2013 8:00 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Sarah – Yes – definitely take the Alibus to the train station and no, you should just be able to get a ticket when you arrive at the station.

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  52. Rakesh, June 19, 2013 9:17 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi,
    I had two questions:

    1) How far is it from Molo Beverello Port to the Mercure Napoli Centro Angioino (via Depretis) please?

    2) Are the ferries to Procida regular? I couldn’t find an up-to-date website with timings.

    Thank you!
    Rakesh

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      Bonnie, June 20, 2013 12:04 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Rakesh – the hotel is probably a 5 or 10 minutes walk from the port. The ferries to Prodica run on a regular schedule. Check under Aliscafi on the left hand side of this page for the daily schedule http://sfoglia.ilmattino.it/mattino/pagpdf/parte.pdf.

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      • Rakesh, June 20, 2013 3:19 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

        Thank you Bonnie!

        One more question if that is ok? Is there a bus timetable from Amalfi please? I need to get to Napoli airport on Wednesday morning. I believe the best way is to get to Salerno or Sorrento and then get a train to Napoli.

        Grazie mille :)

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  53. Ligia, June 21, 2013 6:27 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,

    we will arrive in Napoli airport tomorow around 17.30 and I see that Alibus has different schedule on week-ends. There is a long gap btwn 17.10 and 20.10…We have to arrive to Sorrento until 20-20.30. What would you recommend us to take from the airport to central station having in view that Alibus is too late for us???? I would appreciate the cheapest solution :)! Thank you in advance! Ligia

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      Bonnie, June 22, 2013 9:39 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      There is a bus at 1800 and 1930 from the airport to Sorrento http://www.curreriviaggi.it for 10,00 euro a person. That’s not much more than you will pay for an Alibus ticket (3,00 euro) and Circumvesuviana ticket (4,10 euro). As for the Alibus, I’m not sure what you mean about a long gap between 1710 and 2010 as it runs about every 20 minutes during those times on Sat and Sun. If you decide to take the Alibus, get your tickets in the airport first as they are now 4,00 euro if you buy them on board the bus (still 3,00 euro in the Tobacco Shop in the airport).

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  54. Teresa Smith, July 31, 2013 8:41 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Bonnie Alberts Thank-you so much. It is Molo Beverello port we want for ferry/hydrofoil to Capri on a Sat. morning (21Sept.) right? There are so many Ports shown, like the big one with many routes showing on Google maps called Molo Immacolatella Vecchia. They do show a route going to Capri. But that's not the Port we want, right?? I know Metro Del MAre is not running, but do you suggest another ferry company ? I will also post this on the Ferries forum, since its a bit off topic. Thanks in advance.

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      Bonnie, August 18, 2013 11:56 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Teresa – yes I answered you on the Ferries and Hydrofils page.

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  55. Pat Funiciello, August 19, 2013 7:05 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    HI Bonnie can you tell me the hours that the Alibus runs from Molo Beverello to Capodichino Airport we depart Ischia on October 8 heading to the airport and another question if you know (is the airport open all night or they close at certain hours,one more question we are going to Catania with TTLine ferry from Napoli alle 21.00 is the ferry still leaving from the molo Immacolatella Vecchia or from the Molo Angioino thank you.
    Pat from Los Angeles California

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      Bonnie, August 20, 2013 9:44 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Pat – the Alibus runs every 20 minutes or so from about 0600 to midnight. As far as I know the Airport closes after the last flight (around 1130 pm) and opens again around 0530 am. Yes, the ferry to Catania should leave from molo Immacolatella Vecchia.

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      • Pat Funiciello, August 20, 2013 6:12 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

        BONNIE THANK YOU SO MUCH

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          Bonnie, August 21, 2013 8:16 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

          You’re welcome! Enjoy your trip.

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  56. Omnia, August 19, 2013 11:45 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,

    i’m going on 9th September from Naples airport to la suite – Bed & Breakfast, Vico dei Sospiri, 9, 80121 Napoli – Italy
    can i use Alibus then other public transportation, any suggestions?

    I’ve previously asked in the taxi page, just willing to check other options(might be cheaper)

    thanks in advance

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      Bonnie, August 20, 2013 9:13 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      If you get off at the Alibus’ 2nd stop, the Naples Molo Beverello Port, your hotel is about a 15 minutes walk from there. A taxi from the Airport to Chiaia where your hotel is should be 23,00 euro fixed rate. From the Beverello Port, it is a metered journey and I would guess it would be about 7,00 euro or so.

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      • Omnia, August 21, 2013 3:50 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

        Thanks very much Bonnie, that was very helpful :)

        i have few questions if you don’t mind:
        I’m a solo female traveler do you think it’s safe to take a taxi alone?
        is English speaking taxi drivers common in Naples, or should i memorize a few Italian sentences?

        thanks again for the great website and answers

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  57. Sabrina, August 28, 2013 12:30 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,

    just found that site and all your helpful comments.

    I also have a question. We are coming to Naples with our baby (11months) on the 7th of September and stay in Meta, close to Sorrento. As our daughter is not really used to go by car, we don’t want to take a taxi from the airport (they most likely don’t have a baby seat anyway and we don’t want to bring ours). We would like to take the Alibus and then either go by train to Meta or by boat to Sorrento and then from there by train to Meta. The question is if we can take our pushchair (unfolded with baby inside) on the bus/train/ferry?

    Thanks a lot in advance,
    Sabrina

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      Bonnie, August 28, 2013 6:19 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Sabrina – you shouldn’t have a problem bringing a stroller on the Alibus or train, but both can get very crowded and you might find it difficult to manage. You can bring it on the ferry as well but I suspect you might have to stow it with your luggage if the ferry is crowded. Your better, quicker and cheaper option might be to take the Curreri Viaggi bus directly from the Airport to Meta. The bus parks in a lot on the right side of the roundabout just outside the airport.

      http://www.curreriviaggi.it/

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  58. Sabrina, August 28, 2013 12:43 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    oh, and one more question. If we go by train – are the train stations/tracks accessible by elevators?

    Thanks,
    Sabrina

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      Bonnie, August 28, 2013 6:22 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Sabrina – I believe there is only an escalator going up only at the Circumvesuviana so you might have to walk down a long flight of stairs. I don’t know about Meta but it is possible there is not. See my recommendation below about taking the Curreri Viaggi bus.

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      • Sabrina, September 5, 2013 12:12 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

        Thanks a million for your help and advices. We are looking forward to a fantastic stay on the Amalfi coast :)

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  59. Omnia, August 30, 2013 2:45 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Thanks very much Bonnie, that was very helpful :)

    i have few questions if you don’t mind:
    I’m a solo female traveler do you think it’s safe to take a taxi alone?
    is English speaking taxi drivers common in Naples, or should i memorize a few Italian sentences?

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  60. Omnia, August 31, 2013 12:02 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Thanks very much Bonnie, that was very helpful

    i have few questions if you don’t mind:
    I’m a solo female traveler do you think it’s safe to take a taxi alone?
    is English speaking taxi drivers common in Naples, or should i memorize a few Italian sentences?

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      Bonnie, August 31, 2013 5:57 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      You shouldn’t have any problems taking a taxi and while you may not find an English speaking driver just show them a written/printed copy of your destination and you should be fine. Check the tariff card before if you want to have the rate upfront.

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  61. Linda Casucci, September 1, 2013 4:29 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    I plan to fly into Naples Airport and take the Alibus to Port Molo Beverello. How long is the trip? I read the bus stop is right in front of the ferry's ticket booth, right?? Also, is there a website with ferry information to Procida?

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  62. Gareth Clark, September 16, 2013 4:19 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Bonnie, I will be arriving at Naples airport in about a week. I have been looking for the best way to get from there to The Grand hotel Europa. Would the alibus be best or is it still a fair distance walking to the hotel? I will have my wife and two year old daughter and all that comes with travelling with two girls to carry. Thanks

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      Bonnie, September 16, 2013 8:57 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Gareth – you could take the Alibus to the Central Station and walk from there, but with children and luggage it would be much easier to take a taxi from the airport which should run you around 16,00 for the fixed tariff (make sure and ask up front). By the time you pay for your Alibus tickets (3,00 euro each if you buy them in the airport, 4,00 euro if you by them on the bus), walk to the Alibus stop and walk to your hotel from the Central Station, I’m not sure the few euro savings will be worth it.

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  63. Richard, September 26, 2013 6:24 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,

    We want to go to Ischia next week using the MEDMAR ferry. We are planning on taking the Alibus from the airport and head to Molo Beverello. How far is Molo Beverello from Molo Porta di Massa? Is it walking distance or do we need to take a taxi? Thank you.

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      Bonnie, September 27, 2013 2:14 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Richard – there is a port shuttle bus from Molo Beverello to Porta di Massa. Look for the bus stop near the Caffe/Snack Bar.

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  64. Jacqueline Soon, October 1, 2013 6:19 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,

    Is the Alibus from the Central Station travels in a loop? If I were to arrive at Molo Belovello and I need to go back to the Central Station. Is this the same bus stop?

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      Bonnie, October 3, 2013 11:17 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Yes Jacqueline – the Alibus stop at the port is the same for both drop off and pickup.

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  65. Sarah Voss, October 8, 2013 7:13 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Can I get. To the Rivièra via chiaia with the bus from the airport

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      Bonnie, October 9, 2013 1:44 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Sarah – you can get only to the port – Porto Molo Beverello on the Alibus, not to Riviera di Chiaia. You can walk to Riviera di Chiaia from there, but it is probably a 15 minute walk or so (some of it uphill) and more depending on how far down Rivieria di Chiaia you are going.

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  66. Angelo, November 11, 2013 1:17 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    will the Aibus Airport Shuttle run from the airport to Porto Molo Beverello on 1st January 2014 and will it run from Porto Molo Beverello to the airport on 3rd January 2014.. If it does wher can I get a link to the timetable please:)

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  67. Julie from Australia, November 14, 2013 12:23 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie- what fantastic information you give- I have found most of my answers just reading through! Thank you. One small question, we are travelling from Rome on the train to Naples and we are staying at a place called Hotel Ideal, Piazza Garibaldi 99. Is this a safe area? and can we walk to it from the train? Thanks

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      Bonnie Alberts, November 18, 2013 8:32 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Julie – you will be within steps of the train station at Hotel Ideal.

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  68. Min Thu, November 30, 2013 10:00 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    I m at Amsterdam rite now.tomorrow I ll fly to Naple .i ll b there around 9am,I have a plan to go Pompeii ,Mount Vesuvuis and Herculaneum .but I still don’t know how to reach there from airport,at around 5 or6 pm i ll go to Rome and sleep over there.how to get ticket for Rome ?i m kinda scared because I m all alone .thank u..

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  69. Chris Williams, December 12, 2013 6:03 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    If I catch the Alibus from the Airport to Central Station, how far is it to our Hotel, the Grand Hotel St Lucia please? Do we need to get a taxi?
    A couple general Naples questions if you can as well please?
    Is there any chance of two neutrals getting match tickets at Napoli should they be at home on the weekend we are there or is it members only?
    What’s the best way to visit Pompeii, Herculaneum and Vesuvuis. Is there an organised trip or better to travel by ourselves?
    Thanks

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  70. Pat Morgan, December 17, 2013 8:47 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie
    Could you please tell me the best way of getting from the airport to our hotel, Hotel Cristina,
    Via Diocleziano, 109, Fuorigrotta and how much it would cost please.

    Also is this hotel close to the football ground?

    Many thanks

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      Bonnie Alberts, December 19, 2013 3:19 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Pat – since the airport is in the eastern end of the city and your hotel is in Fuorigrotta, at the western end, your best bet is probably to get a taxi. If you want to use public transportation, you would take the Alibus to the Central Station and Metro Line 2 to Fuorigrotta from there. You will want to check with the hotel about which station is best and how far the walk is.

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  71. Mary, January 1, 2014 2:40 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,
    This site has so much information wow !!!
    I have a couple of questions.
    In June I will arrive at naples station and need to get to B&B Atmoshere del centro stories, which will be the best way for us ?
    Also the next day we want to go by ferry to Amalfi, what ferry would you recommend ? Thank you

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      Bonnie Alberts, January 6, 2014 4:44 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Mary – if you are arriving from the airport, a taxi might be easiest, other wise you can take the Alibus to the Central Station and walk from there (about 2 kms). You can get the Alibus at the Central Station and take it to the port. There you can get a ferry to Amalfi via Sorrento or Capri. They don’t run very frequently so you will want to check the schedules ahead of time. The other option is to take the ferry or the Circumvesuviana train to Sorrento and then take the SITA bus to Amalfi (http://www.sitasudtrasporti.it/public/tpl/campania/5120.pdf). The bus leaves from the Circumvesuviana train station.

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  72. Javiera, January 2, 2014 1:25 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Does by any chance knows where exactly the bus stops for those coming out frfom the cruise ship terminal? I try to check for it before but could not find it … ?? Is still running? Every how much?

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      Bonnie Alberts, January 6, 2014 4:49 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      The Alibus stop is directly in front of the ticket booths at the Molo Beverello ferry terminal. The cruise ship terminal building sits just behind this. Tickets are 4,00 euro on board, 3,00 euro if you purchase them at a tobacco shop before hand.

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  73. Dan, January 8, 2014 5:59 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hello,
    Our flight leaves out of Naples early-we have to be to the airport by 5:00 am. Is a taxi our only option at that hour?
    Thanks, Dan

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      Bonnie Alberts, January 11, 2014 7:08 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Dan – yes – depending on where you are staying – a taxi is probably your only option.The Alibus does not run that early.

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  74. PK Moore, January 15, 2014 10:41 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hello, I am staying at the Best Western in Naples, can that be reached by Alibus? Thanks in advance.

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  75. PK Moore, January 15, 2014 10:42 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Sorry, it’s the Best Western Paradiso, thanks again.

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      Bonnie Alberts, January 21, 2014 5:34 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      No – this hotel is really not reachable with the Alibus. I’d definitely recommend taking a taxi here.

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  76. Jen Marcellus, January 22, 2014 5:10 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,

    I am planning a family trip to Italy this August and Im confused as to finding out how to go about the rail system. We are traveling down to Positano from Rome. I found out that there is not a rail system that goes that far so we have to take the train to Sorrento then take a bus or cab to Positano. But I can not find the schedules on the train sites. Would you also happen to know a van service that can accommodate about 12 people?

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      Bonnie Alberts, January 23, 2014 6:32 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Jen – actually – the easiest way to get from Rome to Positano is to take the Marozzi Bus.http://www.marozzivt.it/web.aspx

      I believe it leaves Romes Tibertina bus station around 0700 and gets to Positano in about 3 hours, cost is around 20,00 euro or so. They only run in the summer, so you won’t find the schedule on their website yet.

      For a private service try Drive Amalfi http://www.driveamalfi.com or Jack the Driver at http://www.jackthedriver.com

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  77. PK Moore, January 27, 2014 12:08 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Thanks Bonnie, I appreciate your taking the time to answer my question.

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  78. Janet Fannon, February 4, 2014 4:37 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,

    What is the best way to take public transportation from Naples to Gaeta?

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      Bonnie Alberts, February 5, 2014 1:36 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Janet – you can take a Metro, Regional, or Intercity train to Formia from Naples Central Station. The Metro and Regional trains take about 1 hour 10 minutes and are about 4,50 euro. The Intercity runs a bit faster and is about 10,50 euro. From the train station you will need to get the bus to Gaeta – COTRAL Bus A – Formia – Gaeta (buy tickets at the station). You can find the train schedule on trenitalia.com.

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  79. Mark, February 13, 2014 11:04 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Dear Bonnie,

    My wife and son (14) are visiting Naples next week. They will take the Alibus from the airport to the central train station around midday. Then they plan to walk to their Hotel near Piazzetta San Gregorio Armeno. There appear to be several routes. Can you recommend a route that is particularly interesting and/or pleasant? Any streets or areas to avoid?

    Many thanks in advance!

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      Bonnie Alberts, February 17, 2014 8:42 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Mark – the area around the train station is under construction at the moment. Your wife and son might do better to take Metro Line 2 to the Cavour station and walk into Centro Storico from there. They could come down Via Duomo to Via dei Tribunale and take that to Piazza San Gaetano which is the intersection of Via dei Tribunali and Via San Gregorio Armeno.

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  80. Daniela, February 20, 2014 10:44 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    We are a larger group (8) traveling from Naples Airport to Sorrento. We arrive at 18:00. I saw we have 2 options: take the bus from the airport to Sorrento or take the train. which one of the two you guys recommend?

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      Bonnie Alberts, February 24, 2014 8:18 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      If you are arriving at the airport – the bus would be much easier.

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  81. Vanessa, February 23, 2014 3:35 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie, if flying into Naples International airport. What is the cheapest/easiest way to get to Calata Porta di Massa? Thanks, Vanessa

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      Bonnie Alberts, February 24, 2014 8:14 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Vanessa – take the Alibus to the Beverello port and there is shuttle bus there that will take you to Calata Porta di Massa.

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  82. hillda, February 27, 2014 2:42 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie.

    we arrive at Nopili port and need to go to the airport.
    I think I have two options: take a taxi and go to the train station or take the alibus from the start.

    I am not sure I can take a alibus from the port(I am in fact coming from capri island)

    what would you recommend?

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      Bonnie Alberts, February 27, 2014 8:36 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Hilda – you can get the Alibus at the port and take it to the Airport – “the Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle transports passengers between Naples Capodichino Airport, the Central Train Station and Naples Molo Beverello Port and Stops at only at these three locations.”

      At the Molo Beverello Port – the Alibus arrives at and departs from the bus stop located in front of the ticket booths.

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  83. Claire Jones, March 7, 2014 8:26 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Please could you tell me how long it takes to get from the airport to the point where we catch the train to Sorrento. Our plane doesn’t arrive until 8.30pm and the last train to Sorrento is only about 50 minutes later. I’m sure whether it will be possible to get there in time from the airport. I wanted to take the train as the coastal road looks extremely winding !! which is both scary and likely to make all my children sick ! Not great at the end of a long journey to Sorrento.

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      Bonnie Alberts, March 8, 2014 8:56 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      It’s about 10 or 15 minutes to the train station, then another 10 or so to walk into the station and down to the Circumvesuviana station. Buses leave every 20 or 30 minutes.

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  84. Angela Sillett, March 17, 2014 4:49 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie
    I am going to a conference in Ariano in June and there will be a bus from Benevento station. Would you recommend travelling from Naples to Benevento by train or coach please?
    My plane gets in at 10.30am and the coach pick up from Benevento station is at 16.50
    Many thanks
    Angela

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      Bonnie Alberts, March 19, 2014 11:36 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Angela – I don’t know what the coach options are, but I would say the train would be pretty easy. It looks like there are a variety of trains throughout the day and the journey is between 1 ½ and 2 hours long. Just take the Alibus to the Central Station and you can catch the train there.

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  85. Pia, March 17, 2014 7:25 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,

    Congratulations for doing a great job on your web site!
    We will be staying one week in Naples in may. We want to visiting a lot of monuments and museums (including Vesus, Pompeii and Herculaneum). So we are planning to by the Campania Artcard. But know we read about the Maggio dei Monumenti which allows apparently free acces to many monuments in the city. So, my question is this: do you think that it is still profitable to by the Artcard?
    Many thanks in advance for your response!
    Pia

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      Bonnie Alberts, March 19, 2014 11:41 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Pia – I cannot say at the moment what will be free during May of the Monuments. Often the events are free guided tours and openings of cultural sites that are not otherwise open to the public – not necessarily free entry to the larger museums. Also, Maggio dei Monumenti is a city event so it would probably not include Vesuvius, Pompeii and Herculaneum. Best bet is to keep an eye on our events pages – we will announce events as soon as we can and post any free openings – though the schedule usually doesn’t come out until the very end of April.

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  86. Sarah Lou, March 23, 2014 2:29 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hey bonnie,

    We’re flying to naples on Monday and were hoping to catch the alibis to our hotel ramada city centre… Does the bus stop nearby? Also someone mentioned you could buy the unico 3T from the tobacconist just outside the airport do you know if this is the case?

    Thanks x

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      Bonnie Alberts, March 24, 2014 7:13 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Sarah – your hotel is near the first stop – at the Central Train Station – Stazione Centrale. I would say check with the tobacco shop inside the airport.

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  87. Bob Kutin, March 25, 2014 6:17 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,
    Got a time question, arrive at Napoli central at 1243. Got a 1455 Easyjet departure. Can we make airport check-in and have enough time to board? Group of eight (8) 4 adults and 4 kids.

    Thank you,
    Bob

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      Bonnie Alberts, March 28, 2014 7:45 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Bob – I really wouldn’t want to advise you on this. It’s probably a 5 minute walk or more from where you arrive at the Central Station to the Alibus bus stop. The bus only runs every 20 minutes or so, and depending on traffic its probably 15 or 20 minutes to the airport. Then another 5 minute walk or so into the airport. Minimum – I’d plan 45 minutes. Assuming your train runs on time – that puts you at the airport at 1:30 or so. If you are 8 people – you will need a ticket for each person – 24,00 euro (if you get them in the station, 32,00 on the bus). I think you might find the fixed rate for taxi to be cheaper.

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  88. Peter, March 28, 2014 5:01 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,

    Alibus ticket good for 90 min. Does it mean I can get on at airport, get off at Molo beverello, visit the galleria and then use the same ticket ride the bus back to airport using the same ticket?

    How much is the fare for kids age 7 & 8?

    Thanks

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      Bonnie Alberts, March 28, 2014 7:59 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Good question Peter – I would thinK it would, but I’ve never tested the theory. Best to double check with the driver. The fare is the same price for kids.

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  89. Sounderi, April 2, 2014 4:15 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,

    I’ll be arriving at Napoli Airport on April 15th at around 12:00, then I need to go to Minori where I’ve rented an appartment.
    Can you please tell me the best way to reach Minori.
    And in case I want to visit the historic center before reaching Minori, do you know where to store my luggages.
    Thanks a lot for your kind answer
    Sounderi

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      Bonnie Alberts, April 3, 2014 4:42 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      There is no real easy way to get from Naples to Minori. If you don’t want to hire a driver, one of the SitaSud Buses might get you there from either Positano or Amalfi, but you have to get a bus to Sorrento to connect with those. There may also be one from Naples, but I couldn’t say for sure that its still running. http://www.sitasudtrasporti.it/public/tpl/campania/5020.pdf

      You really should check with your rental agent – they should know the best way. In the end it might be easier to take a train to either Vietri or Salerno and make your way from there.

      http://www.travelmar.it

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      • Sounderi, April 8, 2014 9:49 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

        Thanks Bonnie, for your kind answer and useful informations.
        I think I’m gonna catch the Alibus from the Airport, then catch a boat at Molo Beverello Port for Minori.
        I don’t have want to rent a car, nor I don’t have a rental agent.
        I’m travelling with my husband and daughter of 10.
        Do you have please a shipping company to suggest ?
        Thanks in advance for your kind answer
        Sounderi

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  90. Lesley, April 3, 2014 2:47 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,
    We are arriving in Naples by train from Rome on Saturday at approx 11am and wish to travel to Sorrento. What is the best way to get there please. We will have luggage. Thank you, Lesley

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      Bonnie Alberts, April 3, 2014 4:45 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Lesley – its probably easiest to take the Circumvesuviana train to Sorrento. You need to get a Unico 5 ticket (€ 4.10) then head down the escalator and follow the signs to the Circumvesuviana station.

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  91. Lesley, April 3, 2014 3:04 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Also, could you please tell me if there is luggage storage at Naples ferry terminal. We fly into Naples a week later very early and are catching the ferry to Palermo at 8pm that evening. Thank you Bonnie.

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      Bonnie Alberts, April 3, 2014 4:47 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      I have been told there is left luggage at one of the parking lots at the port, but I’ve not gotten around to verifying that yet. The other option would be to use the left luggage at the Central Station.

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      • Lesley, April 3, 2014 5:03 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

        Thank you very much, great website and most helpful

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  92. John Smedley, April 14, 2014 4:24 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,

    We are family of 4 arriving about 10.30am at Capodichino Airport on 18/07/2014. We are staying in Sorrento and I was thinking that a ferry/hydrofoil from Molo Beverello to Marina Piccola in Sorrento might be a picturesque way of arriving out our destination which is actually close to the wharf.

    The Alilauro timetable is a bit vague, but suggests a ferry at 1pm which would leave us maybe an hour so to kill with our bags after taking the Alibus from the airport. I notice from “napoliunplugged” that an alternative option might be Curreri Viaggi bus direct from the airport to Sorrento (central). No doubt quicker but perhaps a little boring, and then we would have to get from central Sorrento down to our accommodation anyway.

    Could I ask which option you would choose?

    Thanks for your help.

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      Bonnie Alberts, April 17, 2014 4:34 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi John – I would suggest you take the Curreri Viaggi bus direct from the airport to Sorrento. Most of the vessels leaving Molo Beverello are high speed hydrofoils, so chances are you will not be outside taking in the views, you will be inside in “airplane” style” seating. There are of course windows that are nice to look out of, but at that time of year, the Aliscafi are quite crowded so there are no guarantees re seating options. Once you get to the Sorrento Coast, the ride on the bus is actually quite picturesque and you could always do a day trip on a boat while you are in Sorrento.

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      • John Smedley, April 30, 2014 5:06 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

        Bonnie,

        Sorry for the slow reply. Thank you very much for the “heads up” on the hydrofoil. Under the circumstances, I agree and we’ll go with the Curreri Viaggi.

        Thanks,
        John

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  93. Angeline, April 17, 2014 1:56 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Dear Bonnie,
    We are arriving Naples by EasyJet at 6pm. Our stay is at hotel La Tripergola at Lucrino. Please recommend a way to get there.
    Thank you so much in advance, Angeline

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      Bonnie Alberts, April 17, 2014 4:20 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Angeline – Lucrino is west of the city of Naples and as far as I know, not easily reachable via mass transit. You will need to either rent a car, hire a driver or take a taxi. Your hotel should be able to assist you.

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  94. Samantha McCracken, April 21, 2014 11:43 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie

    My cousin and I arriving by train into Napoli Centrale and staying on Ischia. How long does the Alibus take from the station to the Port? Also, should I prebuy this before we travel (June/July). We have booked our trains and were thinking of booking our ferries – to Ischia, should we do this now or just wait till we arrive on the day and buy tickets and catch next ferry? Thank you :)

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      Bonnie Alberts, April 22, 2014 10:22 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Depending on traffic its about 30 minutes from the Airport to the port. The ferries/hydrofoils can get pretty busy during the summer months, but I always buy them on the day which gives me plenty of flexibility to change plans or for late trains, etc.

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  95. Jo, April 21, 2014 5:42 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi, I hope you can help me, i arrive at 18.40PM at the airport and am staying at Partenope relais. Please can you help me with the easiest way to get from the airport to the hotel.

    Thanks

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      Bonnie Alberts, April 22, 2014 10:24 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      A taxi is easiest, but you can take the Alibus to the port – then either walk from there – about 1.5 kms or go to the bus stop across the street from the port and take a bus to Piazza Vittoria and walk from there.

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      • Jo, April 22, 2014 9:21 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

        Thanks for your help on this, just one last question if I may. We are staying 2 nights in Naples and then travelling to Sorrento for a week in september is it easier to catch the hydrofoil or other boat to Sorrento, go by bus or taxi?

        Thanks

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          Bonnie Alberts, April 24, 2014 9:34 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

          Hi Jo – from where you are staying it would probably be easiest to take the hydrofoil to Sorrento.

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  96. Esmeralda, April 22, 2014 1:54 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hello Bonnie, can you tell me the stop I can get off the bus from the airport, if I am gong to Via Nuova Marina, where L´Orientale uni is located, please?
    Thanks a lot!

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      Bonnie Alberts, April 24, 2014 8:45 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Esmerelda – the Alibus doesn’t stop very near to there. If you are coming into the airport you could take it to the Central Train Station and take Metro Line 1 to the Universita stop and walk from there.

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  97. Artur, April 23, 2014 1:47 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hello,
    We’re a group of 4, arriving in Naples airport. Can we get the Unicompania 3T tickets there? What places on the coast/islands would you most recommned to see. THANK YOU

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      Bonnie Alberts, April 24, 2014 9:14 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Artur – As far as I know you can get the 3T tickets at the Sun Store Shop in the airport. My favourite island is Ischia but others love Capri, Procida, Sorrento or the Amalfi Coast. Have a look through these posts for some ideas http://www.napoliunplugged.com/excursions

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  98. Artur, April 23, 2014 4:06 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Sorry to bother again,
    What beaches on land close to naples would you recommend?
    We know about the distant Positano…Do you know what time we need to leave Positano if you want to be back in the hotel for the night?
    Artur

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      Bonnie Alberts, April 24, 2014 9:09 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Artur – there are numerous bathing establishments around the bay of Naples. In the city they are along the Posillipo Coast. You’ll find them in Sorrento and along the Sorrento coast. Also in areas west of the city like Baia. You could also go to either Capri, Ishcia, or Procida.

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  99. Artur, April 24, 2014 1:06 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    THANK YOU for you precious assistance,
    How much is a return ticket to Ischia or Procida?
    Are the beahces in Naples along Posillipo free? Where exactly would recommend to sunbathe?
    Are the beaches in Sorrento better than in Naples and are they near the railway station?
    Is there no direct connection to Positano?
    Thanks again :-)

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  100. Artur, April 24, 2014 1:50 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    I understand the Positano Shuttle (Bus) is not included in the 3T tickets?
    thanks

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  101. Maria, April 30, 2014 11:01 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,
    Your information is so helpful!

    Question: We will be staying in Capri for 4 nights, leaving on October 11. We have 2:35pm flight from Naples airport on the same day. Do we have sufficient time to get from Capri to the airport or we better off coming from Capri a day before and stay overnight in Naples?

    Thank you for you help,
    Maria

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      Bonnie Alberts, May 2, 2014 10:52 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Maria – I can’t say for sure what the schedule will be in October, but right now there are morning hydrofoils that will get you back to Naples in enough time – the first one leaves around 0930 and I think its about an hour back. From the port its about 30 minutes to the Airport by Alibus, maybe a little quicker by taxi.

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  102. JoAnn, May 6, 2014 10:38 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie what a wonderful resource you are.. Great Site. I will be traveling north to south in sept . I’d like to make an overnoc stay on capri. Could you tell me if ferry service is available from sorrento to capri then onto Ischia then onto naples to depart from naples airport? I plan to spend one noc on capri and three nocs on ischia. (Departing end sept -maybe as late as oct 4). I’ve read here about the Alibus. If I were to use this mode of transport to airport how many hrs do I need to allow to get to departure flight on time. I understand one needs to arrive 3 hrs before flight. My question is the travel time necessary from ischia to airport, with built in time for possible transport delays? ThankYou so much for your generous feedback in advance,so very much appreciated.
    Peace,JoAnn

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      Bonnie Alberts, May 7, 2014 3:44 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi JoAnn – yes – you should be able to get a ferry from Sorrento to Capri but I couldn’t tell you at this moment how many runs there will be per day. As for Capri to Ischia, at the moment there are only two runs a day and both are in the afternoon. I don’t know if that route will continue in the fall.

      It’s about an hour from Ischia to Naples and the Alibus to the airport takes about 30 minutes and runs about every 20 minutes. You should check with your airline for show times. I’ve never been there three hours early, maybe 1 ½ to 2 hours.

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  103. Joanne Stoner, May 17, 2014 10:56 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi, We are going to take the high speed train from Venice to Rome and then to Naples. We then need to get to Positano. We will be three nights there and then off to Rome. I am thinking that we will take the bus from the Central Station down to the Molo Beverello. Would the best route be to take the boat to Sorrento and then Positano? When we leave Positano for Rome what is the best train to take and where do we pick up all of the connections. Thank you! Joanne

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      Bonnie Alberts, May 19, 2014 6:18 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Joanne – have a look at this page – I think it will answer all of your questions.

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  104. Martin Summers, May 20, 2014 12:57 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie. My wife and I are aged in our 60′s and will need transport from Naples Airport to Sorrento. The Curreri Viaggi bus is an option (which the Daily Telegraph suggests as well) but I’m a bit concerned about hauling our cases on and off the bus. Am I being a bit too cautious or is there a coach shuttle that might suit us better and that will drop us at our hotel?

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      Bonnie Alberts, May 21, 2014 8:44 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Martin – the suitcases are stowed below the bus, but I can’t say with certainty someone while help you load/unload them from there, though I suspect they will. The only other option would be a private driver.

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  105. DJ, May 20, 2014 6:17 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hello,
    I’m arriving in Naples at 8:45am on 30 may 2014. I wish to go straight to sorrento. I know I have the following option:

    The easiest way is to take the bus that goes from the Airport to Sorrento – http://www.curreriviaggi.it/inglese/E_index.html. It runs about every 2 hours, takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes and costs 10,00 euro.

    My question is that my flight arrives at 8:45 and the bus to sorrento leaves at 9:00am from the airport. I’m assuming that not enough time to catch it?

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      Bonnie Alberts, May 21, 2014 8:42 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi DJ – its doubtful but all depends if your flight is on time, where you are coming from, how long it takes for the luggage. It’s also a five minute walk or so to the bus from the terminal.

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  106. Erik, June 2, 2014 6:52 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    We are coming into Naples and staying in Hotel Florida in Sorreto. I am looking for best option. After reading all your posts I see 4 options and just wondering what you recommend.
    Option1- Hotel offers Private Transfer @ ~70 euro p/p
    Option2- Bus from Airport (Currei Viaggi) to Sorrento but it looks like its another 25 minutes to Hotel Florida and I need to get a train or taxi.
    Option3- SeaHorse Shuttle service (claim door to door) for 25 euro pp.?
    Option4- Bus (Alibus) to Molo Beverello)- Ferry – Bus to Sant’Agnello station. Too many questions on timing and cost.

    Final question is thoughts on renting a car and driving in the area. After Sorrento, Palermo, we are heading up north to Vicenza/Verona. I planned on renting a car and just wondering if I should get the car a few more days.

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      Bonnie Alberts, June 3, 2014 8:57 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Erik – I don’t know your hotel but it looks like its in Sant’Agnello. The CurreiViaggi bus does stop in Sant’Agnello, along Corso Italia – I think – and it should be a short walk from there. Just let the driver know you need to get off in Sant’Agnello.

      If you are looking for comfort and convenience, the Private Transfer would be your best bet.

      There is ample bus/train transportation near where you are staying so a car isn’t really needed but you might like the convenience of having one there. Except for the traffic – it’s pretty easy driving in that area.

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  107. Tara, June 9, 2014 11:47 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hello Bonnie,
    My family and I will be arriving into the sicily’s Tirrenia port. We then are trying to make our way to the central train station. We read about taking the alibus but are also read that tram 1 may be faster? Do you have any advice on the best way to do this?
    Thanks so much for your help.
    Tara

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      Holly Willmott, June 11, 2014 10:51 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Tara,
      My two suggestions would be to either 1: take the free port shuttle bus to the main port and then get the Alibus, or 2: get a taxi directly from where you arrive, to the station, it’s not very far. The Alibus is €3 a ticket if you buy it before you get on, or €4 on the bus. By the time you’ve bought tickets for the whole family, it will probably be cheaper to get a taxi! The taxis have fixed rates for certain journeys, and I believe the rate from the port to the station should be around €11.
      Have a great trip, and let us know if you have any more questions.

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  108. Tara, June 14, 2014 4:38 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Thank you Holly. We will be arriving at Calata Porta Di Massa on the Tirrenia ferry. If we decide not to take a taxi to the train station, what would be the best option for us? My research is showing a lot of walking followed by taking either a bus, tram or subway but there is nothing suggesting the Alibus. I also read that the trip from the ferry dock to the train station is about 45 minutes, is this true? Other than the taxi option” what would be an easy way to get from one place to the other? Thanks so much
    Tara

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      Holly Willmott, June 16, 2014 10:42 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Well the problem is that the port you are coming in to is further up from the main port, quite a bit closer to the train station than the main part. It’s quite a long walk to get to the main part of the port (or you can take the free shuttle bus). The Alibus will probably take you around 15 minutes, once you’re on it, but cost you €4 a ticket. The train station’s really not very far, and certainly not 45 minutes away. If you take a bus, Alibus or other, you are going backwards to go forwards, that’s why I suggested that a taxi is the quickest and easiest option.

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  109. Darren, June 14, 2014 2:52 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,

    Thanks for the information! I will be in Naples for just one afternoon (I have an extremely long layover), so do you know if the airport has any services where I can keep my luggage while I go down to the city? Also, you mentioned that Naples city bus tickets cannot be used or purchased on the Alibus. Does this mean that a daily ticket from Unico is not usable on the Alibus shuttle? Can Unico Napoli tickets be bought at the airport?

    And where would you recommend to visit/eat since I only have one afternoon in Naples? :) Thanks!

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      Holly Willmott, June 16, 2014 11:32 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Darren,

      The airport does have a left luggage service. It can be found at the Quick Car Parking Area, outside the arrivals hall and it’s open 24 hours. It costs €5 per bag.

      Unfortunately you can’t use a Unicocampania ticket on the Alibus, BUT the Alibus ticket covers 1 journey on the Alibus and all transport for 90 minutes within the city (metro, bus, funicular etc.). You can buy Unicocampania and Alibus tickets at the Sunstore in the arrivals hall of the airport.

      I would suggest taking a walk through the Centro Storico (http://www.napoliunplugged.com/locations-category/centro-storico), where you can find the Duomo (cathedral) and many churches and historic monuments. Try visiting the Veiled Christ at Sansevero. All the wonderful things to visit are on the site. :) With regards to eating, if you’re in the Centro Storico, then we would probably suggest pizza at either Sorbillo or Da Michele.

      Have fun!

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  110. Sheila, June 17, 2014 5:04 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,

    I am hoping you can help. I will be taking Bus 151 from Naples port to the Naples Train Station. Do you know if I can purchase these tickets on the Bus and how much they would be?

    Thank you so much for your help :)

    Sheila

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      Bonnie Alberts, June 19, 2014 6:35 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Sheila – no you can’t purchase the “Unico Napoli” bus tickets on the bus (the Alibus is the only bus on which you can buy tickets). You can get the Unico Napoli ticket at the bar right there at the port.

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      • Sheila, June 19, 2014 5:18 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

        Thank you but if you could please answer just one more question….it’s a biggy: I am coming off the overnight ferry from Sicily at 7am. I will not be at the main cruise ship port. Is this bar at Calata Porta di Massa and is it open at 7am?

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          Bonnie Alberts, June 21, 2014 6:19 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

          There is a bar at Calata Porta di Massa and my guess is it will be open when you arrive but I can’t guarantee that. It’s a pretty good walk from the port to the main road to catch the 151 bus. Your other option is to back track a bit by taking the port shuttle bus back to Beverello and getting the 151 bus there.

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  111. Uz, June 21, 2014 12:59 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie.

    I am flying into naples on sunday 22 june and have gathered from the posts how to get to the port to catch the ferry to capri. What i wanted to know was do you know the best train to catch to pompeii? And also we may be thinking of going to rome from naples by train for a day trip can you please advise the best train to catch and rough estimate of prices and costs of tickets. Any help would be much appreciated, thank you :)

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      Bonnie Alberts, June 21, 2014 6:10 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi – to go to Pompeii you take the Circumvesuviana train. Re trains to Rome, they are readily available but prices vary widely. From about 11,00 – 25,00 euro for a regional or Intercity train (about 2 hours) to as much as 50,00 euro for a high speed train (1 hour 10 minutes) – FrecciaRossa. Having said that – you can often find great deals on the high speed trains – check TrenItalia as well as ItaloTreno

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  112. Todd, June 23, 2014 3:55 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie. Which bus should I take after I get off the ferry/hydrofoil at Molo Beverello to the Napoli Centrale train station? How long does it usually take for the trip?

    Thanks,
    Todd

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      Bonnie Alberts, June 27, 2014 4:47 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Todd – you can take the Alibus to the central station. It takes about 15 minutes or so. All the info is on this page.

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  113. Deirdre, June 26, 2014 10:17 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,
    We are staying in Chiaia B&B what is the best way for us to get the airbus to the airport in the morning?We are confused!
    Thanks!

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      Bonnie Alberts, June 27, 2014 4:54 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Deidre – from Chiaia B&B you can walk to the Molo Beverello port to get the Alibus – about a 10 mins walk or so.

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  114. Anton, June 29, 2014 3:22 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,
    my parents will be arriving to Naples airport and heading to Ischia island for the week vacation and of course they plan to take a ferry from Naples. Can you please advise:
    1. Is it convenient to take this bus and then a ferry to Ischia? Understand a taxi is an alternative. Any idea how much would a taxi cost?
    2. Would like to book a ferry in advance and can see that the tickets seem to be valid only for the ferries departing at selected time (so suppose you cannot take another ferry if you arrive earlier of later), is that true?
    3. How long is usually the time between the arrival and the time you are ready to board the ferry (all inclusive ie. waiting times for bags in the airport etc.)? I think I should book a ferry that departs approx 2 hours after the arrival of the plane.
    4. Would you suggest to book the bus in advance as well?
    Note they will arrive on saturday 26 July at 10:30am so suppose there should be light traffic in Napoli but supposedly quite a few tourists heading in the same direction.
    Thank you in advance!

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      Bonnie Alberts, July 1, 2014 10:12 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Anton
      1) It’s pretty convenient to take the bus as there are only two stops – the Central Station and the port. The fixed rate tariff airport to the port should be 19,00 euro http://www.napoliunplugged.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/tariffario_inglese-2.pdf
      2) There are too many variables involved re arrival at airport and arrival at port – i.e. plane arriving on time, time to get through customs/immigration and get luggage, wait time for an Alibus, etc, traffic, etc. I’d allow at least 2 hours.
      3) You cannot book the bus in advance.

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  115. Sophie, June 29, 2014 6:51 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,

    I am leaving Naples to the Airport and my flight departure early at 07.10.
    Does Alibus run that early so I can be at the Airport to check in my luggage/security and so on.

    Are there other alternatives that won’t cost too much?

    Much appreciated for any advise!

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      Bonnie Alberts, July 1, 2014 10:14 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Sophie – The first Alibus leaves the port at 06:00 am which probably isn’t enough time. The only other option would be a cab.

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  116. WALID, July 3, 2014 9:34 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    HOW CAN WE ME AND MY FAMILY WITH OUR BAGS GO FROM NAPLES CRUISE PORT TO NAPLES AIRPORT ANY ADVISE???

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      Bonnie Alberts, July 7, 2014 4:44 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Walid – the Alibus will get you from the port to the airport. All the info you need to use it is on this page. If you have a lot of bags and several people in your party you might want to consider taking a taxi. I believe the fixed tariff is 19.00 euro.

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  117. Ella, July 4, 2014 5:45 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Bonnie, is it your full-time job to answer all these endless questions about Alibus etc.? I simply admire your patience, good will and bright smile in addition. You’re Good Samaritan.
    Now my endless questions:
    I and my niece have booked Partenope Relais hotel, Via Partenope/Via Nicolo Tomasseo in Naples. We are arriving from Sorrento – we don’t know yet how, either by hydrofoil or by Circumvesuviana. Which option is better for the mentioned address? Is the Molo Beverello Port the one where hydrofoils enter? Is that also the same harbour where ferries from Catania put into? (our route is: Sicily – change in Naples – stay in Sorrento – back to Naples for one day & night before flight back to London/Warsaw.
    If your answer is: yes, it’s all the same place – I’m at home and we’ll find our way (also to Alibus). If not, give us, please, a piece of advice how to move in that maze. I’m just afraid the harbour of Naples must be very big and have many wharves far away from each other, for different sorts of ships and different directions. Am I right?
    Grateful in advance
    P.S. As many of your “clients” I offer you a comfortable coach and friendly guiding
    if the fancy ever takes you to visit Poland

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      Bonnie Alberts, July 7, 2014 5:18 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Ella – thanks so much for your kind words :)

      First – from everything I hear – you will love the Partenope Relais!!!

      I would definitely take the hydrofoil rather than the Circumvesuviana train for sure. Yes – it arrives at Molo Beverello port and no – it’s not the same port that the Catania ferries arrive/depart. If you come into Porta Massa there is a shuttle to Molo Beverello and you can take the Alibus from there. It is possible you will arrive at Immacolatella Vecchia or another but you should be just a short walk from Porta Massa to get the shuttle back to Beverello.

      I just may take you up on your kind offer one day re Poland.

      Enjoy Napoli :)

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  118. Dagmar, July 10, 2014 4:57 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hello Bonnie, Sorry to ask the same question again. I’m coming to the airport in Naples on the 22 July and would like to take a taxi to the port (Beverello or Porto di Massa, not sure yet). Is it true there is a fixed fare at 19 euro? When I asked for online quotes, they all came up at around 35 euros, so if it really is 19, I’d be very happy. And should the taxi be too expensive, how far from from Beverello and Porto di Massa is the Alibus stop? Thank you so much for your answer, Dagmar

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      Bonnie Alberts, July 13, 2014 10:41 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Dagmar. The fixed tariff from the Airport to the port is 19,00 euro – you just need to make sure the cab driver is clear on that up front. They should give you a receipt with amount before proceeding. http://www.napoliunplugged.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/tariffario_inglese-2.pdf You can ask the driver to take you to Porta di Massa vice Beverello if need be and I don’t see why the rate wouldn’t be the same, but if not, once at Beverello – you can take the free port shuttle bus to Port di Massa.

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  119. Steve, July 14, 2014 10:28 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    HI Bonnie
    What a really helpful site.I will be arriving at Naples Airport at 22.10 on 7/9/14 and plan to get the Alibus to the port.I will be staying overnight at a B&B called Covo Degli Angioini, the address is Via Melisurgo 44 Molo Beverello.Do you know how long it will take to walk from the bus stop to the B&B? I will have one suitcase.Then on the morning of the 8th i plan to get the ferry/hydrofoil to Ishcia,is it fairly easy to book travel with the ferry companies? and do you know how much the crossing costs?
    Kind Regards Steve

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      Bonnie Alberts, July 15, 2014 8:52 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Steve – it’s probably a five or ten minutes walk from the Alibus stop at the port to where you are staying. Don’t forget – if your flight is late, the last Alibus leaves the airport around 23:30 or so. At that time of year you shouldn’t have a problem getting a boat to Ischia on the day. Prices vary by carrier/boat but expect to pay about € 18,00 plus € 2,00 per bag for a hydrofoil and about € 11,00 or so for a ferry. The ferries take longer but on most, you can get outside up top and take in the views. Ferries leave from Porta di Massa but there is a shuttle bus from Porto Molo Beverello to Porta di Massa. You can buy your tickets at either port for the ferries.

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  120. Loretta, July 14, 2014 11:13 pm - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie,
    My daughter and I are arriving at Capodichino around 10 am tomorrow morning and plan to get the Alibus to Napoli Centrale so that we can travel on to Agropoli later in the afternoon. I understand we can leave our luggage at Napoli Centrale. Any tips on the best way to pass about 3 hours in Napoli before we catch our train? (I know you’re really a transport expert but I get the idea your a source of all-round Napoli knowledge!). Thank you in anticipation!

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      Bonnie Alberts, July 15, 2014 8:39 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

      Hi Loretta – Napoli Unplugged is filled with information about museums and monuments, archaeological sites, parks and recreation, events and just about anything else you can find to do in Naples. I suggest you find your way to the Centro Storico and see the Duomo – Naples Cathedral and home to the Festival of San Gennaro blood liquefaction ceremony. Across the street is Girolamini – another fantastic church to wander around. At Piazza San Gaetano (the corner of Via dei Tribunali and Via San Gregorio Armeno) find San Lorenzo Maggiore where you can go underground and see remains of the Roman Market or do the Napoli Sotteranea Tour. Head down Via San Gregorio Armeno – Naples Christmas Alley/home to the famous Christmas cribs. Have a pizza at Sorbillo, I Decumani, or find your way to the ever famous Da Michele.

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  121. Steve, July 15, 2014 11:30 am - Naples Alibus Airport Shuttle

    Hi Bonnie
    Thanks very much for the info
    Regards Steve

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