For travel within the City of Naples you need a Unico Napoli Ticket which is valid for travel throughout the city and within several towns in the Province of Naples including Portici and Pozzuoli. UNICO Napoli Tickets are valid on all ANM Buses, the intercity metro lines Metro Line 1, Metro Line 2 and Metro Line 6, and Naples four cable railway lines.
For travel outside of the city into the province and the region there are a variety of ticketing options and fare zones. Check the Unico Campania Website for more information. For details of the Circumvesuviana, to get to Pompeii, Herculaneum etc., click here.
Unico Napoli Tickets
Fare – €3,70
Valid until midnight on the day the ticket is validated. You must fill out your name and date of birth on the back of the ticket and be able to provide identification on request.
Weekend Daily Ticket
Biglietto Week-End Giornaliero
Fare – €3,10
Valid on Saturday or Sunday until midnight on the day the ticket is validated. You must fill out your name and date of birth on the back of the ticket and be able to provide identification on request.
Fare – €41,20
Valid until midnight on the last day of the month of validity. You must fill out your name and date of birth on the back of the ticket and be able to provide identification on request. The monthly ticket can be purchased the last four days of the month preceding the month of validity and the first two days of the month of validity.
Fare – €285,10
Valid for 12 months from the first month of validity
Unico Alibus Ticket
Fare – €3,00 at ticket agents, €4,00 if purchased on board the bus
Valid for 90 minutes from the time the ticket it is validated and can be used on all modes of transporation valid with a Unico Napoli ticket.
Who needs a ticket?
There are no discounts for age, neither for children nor people over 60. In general, though you need to check with the individual transport companies, children under 1m tall don’t have to pay for a ticket. If you are travelling with a pushchair/stroller, it must be kept folded up for the length of the journey and the child/children must be carried.
If you are travelling with animals, it is best to check with the specific company. The MetroNapoli website (which covers some buses, trams, lines 1 and 6 of the metro and 4 funiculars) states that: It is possible to bring one dog per passenger aboard, provided that the animal is small or medium size (Art. 7, par. 4 of law 16 of the Campania Region of 24/11/2001 defines “small” as a dog not exceeding 2 Kg, and “medium” as a dog not exceeding 8 Kg), equipped with a leash and muzzle and held at all times by the owner so as to not disturb other passengers. In such cases the pet may travel free of charge. It is also possible to transport small pets in containers not exceeding the dimensions 70x50x30 cm. It is forbidden to transport large animals, with the exception of Seeing Eye dogs for the blind, transported free of charge as a result of their special function. The passengers who bring such pets aboard will be held responsible for all damages to the train car, other passengers, and their belongings.
Buying a ticket
Hourly, daily, weekend and monthly tickets can be purchased at any Tobacco Shop (Tabaccheria). There are also ticket machines at many of the railway, metro and cable railway stations as well as at select bus stops throughout the city. Monthly tickets can only be purchased between the last four days of the month preceding the month of validity and the first two days of the month of validity. They are available at most Tobacco Shops.
Hourly, daily and weekend tickets must be validated upon use in the electronic ticket machines located on the buses and in the train stations. If a ticket machine is out of order you must validate your ticket by writing the day, month and hour on the back of the ticket in the space provided. Monthly tickets must also be validated on the first day they are used.
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