Naples Sightseeing Buses

If you are short on time and want to take a lot in, Naples Sightseeing Buses are a good alternative. Here a few good options:

Naples Hop On – Hop Off City Sightseeing Buses

Pompeii-Vesuvius operated by EAVBUS

SITA Bus to/from Sorrento, Positano and the Amalfi Coast

Sorrento – Rome

Campania ArteCard

If you buy a 3 day, Tutta la regione (the whole region) Campania ArteCard, for €32.00, then all your transport (using road transport (buses, trolleybuses); and rail and cable transport (Metro Line, funiculars, trams, Circumflegrea, Cumana and Circumvesuviana trains) within the region is covered for those 3 days.  If you buy a 3 day ArteCard Napoli, for €21.oo, then all your transport (using road transport (buses, trolleybuses); and rail and cable transport (Metro Line 1 _ Metro dell’Arte, Line 2, Line 6, funiculars, trams, Circumflegrea, Cumana and Circumvesuviana trains) within the urban area of Naples is included.



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  1. Siamak Moussavian, February 17, 2015 3:58 pm - Naples Sightseeing Buses

    Hi dear Bonnie,
    I came to this site and got many valuable information. You are an amazing wealth of information, and incredibly patient!

    I’m going to visit Naples next April. I have few questions about 3 day, Tutta la regione Campania ArteCard, (for €32.00).

    Sorry if they are stupid ones. Because I’m not familiar with the region.

    1- I’d like to also visit Pompeii, Sorrento, Amalfi, Salerno, Caserta and Capua. Are transit to these places covered by the card?

    2- Can I use this card within Naples city transit (especially metro line 2)

    3- Is this card cover local transit of other cities of the region (i.e. the city transit

    of above mentioned cities)?


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      Bonnie Alberts, February 21, 2015 9:51 am - Naples Sightseeing Buses

      Hi Siamak,

      As far as I am aware, all public transport around the Campania Region is included of which, all of the places you mention are a part, including Metro Line 2 in downtown Naples: “on the UNICOCAMPANIA public transport system throughout the Campania region, using road transport (buses, trolleybuses); and rail and cable transport (Metro Line, funiculars, trams, Circumflegrea, Cumana and Circumvesuviana trains).”

      Since things are always subject to change/interpretation, I would suggest however that you direct questions directly to Campania ArteCard –

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  2. Siamak Moussavian, March 5, 2015 4:13 pm - Naples Sightseeing Buses

    Dear Bonnie,
    Thank you very much.

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  3. Linda Marie, July 3, 2015 1:24 am - Naples Sightseeing Buses

    I’m confused about the HO HO for Naples – Is the City Sightseeing HO HO still in business? The website states they are no longer selling tickets after Dec 2014.
    Thank you

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  4. Brian Oosthuizen, August 31, 2015 12:45 pm - Naples Sightseeing Buses

    Hi Bonnie

    I arrive in Naples by Cruise ship on 14 Sept. I would like to take a bus or train to Sorrento. Is their a station on bus near the harbor.


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      Holly Willmott, September 2, 2015 6:37 pm - Naples Sightseeing Buses

      Hi Brian,
      You have a couple of options:
      1) Take the Alibus from the port to Piazza Garibaldi (the central train station. One stop and about 5-10 mins away), then take either the Campania Express or Circumvesuviana train.
      2) Take the TramVia old-fashioned style tram bus from the port to Sorrento. This only goes and comes back once a day, so it depends what time you arrive/leave.
      Have fun!

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  5. Aivaras, April 12, 2016 11:53 am - Naples Sightseeing Buses

    I have two days in Naples. One day I’m going to visit Vesuvius and Pompeii. How I can reach these objects with public transport?

    Thank you.

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  6. Phillip Medellin, July 14, 2016 11:14 pm - Naples Sightseeing Buses

    Bonnie: My wife and I will are taking a cruise in September that will stop in Naples for one day. We would live to visit the Oplontis Villa Poppea, and I know there is a train from Naples to Sorrento that stops fairly close to the Villa. My problem is that my wife has bad knees and can’t walk for long distances. I’m afraid she isn’t able to walk from the train station to the villa, walk around in the villa, and then walk back to the train station. Is there a tour company in Naples that takes tours to the villa? Do you have any idea what a taxi from the dock to the villa would be? Would it be practical to rent a car and drive there and back? Any ideas would be appreciated. Phillip

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      Bonnie Alberts, July 20, 2016 7:35 am - Naples Sightseeing Buses

      Hi Phillip – my guess is a taxi would be no more than €90,00 based on the fixed rate tariffs for Herculaneum (€70,00) and Pompeii (€90,00), both of which are return trips with a waiting period of two hours in which to visit the archaeological sites. It would be well worth it, especially considering the trains that go to Oplontis can be very crowded so there is no guarantee you will get a seat. I wouldn’t bother with renting a car. You might also check with Daniela although I don’t know that she provides transport.

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