Welcoming almost 5.5 million passengers in 2013, Naples International Airport serves the popular Amalfi Coast and Naples, Italy. The airport has one terminal for travellers and one terminal for charter operations. It serves more than 20 airlines and as of July 2014, the airport now offers flights to Madrid.
The ancient city of Naples is located in Southern Italy. The city's historic centre is a listed world heritage site, featuring attractions like Santa Chiara Monastery and Church, Piazza San Domenico Maggiore and San Severo Chapel. One of the most famous excavated sites in the world, Pompeii is also located in Naples.
The airport is 7km away from the city centre. The journey to the airport takes less than 30 minutes. One way to get to the airport is through the Alibus Airport Shuttle. It has pick up/drop off points at the Central Train station and Naples Molo Beverello Port. Bus frequencies are around every 20 minutes. You can opt to take a taxi if you wish to travel in comfort.
Where to go
Italy's 2nd most populous city plays host to impressive attractions like the Milan Cathedral, Sforza Castle, San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore (Church of Saint Maurice al Monastero Maggiore) and Teatro alla Scala (Milan's opera house) . Fans of A.C. Milan and F.C. Internazionale Milano can head to San Siro football stadium for a football match. Explore the historic neighbourhood of Navigli, home to Italy's iconic extensive canal system running through it.
The charming city of Rome contains the largest amphitheatre in the world, the Colosseum. This impressive amphitheatre was once host to numerous gory gladiatorial contests. Trevi Fountain, St. Peter's Basilica and the Spanish steps are just some of the many historical attractions that make up the cityscape. Make a trip to Palatine Hill the most central of the Seven Hills in Rome.
Located 1.5 hours by flight away lies Italy's northern city, Turin. Home to football teams Juventus F.C. and Torino F.C, attractions in the city include the Fenestrelle Fort, Exilles Fort, Masino Castle and Pralormo Castle. Most buildings don a Baroque architectural design. Many also visit Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist for the famous Shroud of Turin.
Known as the birthplace of Mercedes-Benz, Stuttgart is less than 2 hours by flight away. Visit Schlossplatz, Stuttgart Fine Arts Museum and the regional history museum, also known as Landesmuseum Württemberg . Enjoy a stroll along scenic Höhenpark Killesberg. Be sure to make a quick visit to the headquarters of Mercedes-Benz in the city.
The largest city in Turkey is home to over 14 million residents. One of the main draws of the city includes its historic centre. The cosmopolitan city has many places of interest like Blue Mosque, Grand bazaar, Bebek village, Basilica Cistern and Fortress of Europe reflecting various cultures.
One of the best ways to explore the beautiful city through visits to the city's numerous museums like Van Gogh Museum, Anne Frank House and Rijksmuseum. The city is also known for its tolerance, from the red light district of De Wallen and coffee shop joints that sell cannabis. Festivals not to be missed in Amsterdam include Queen's Day.
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