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Naples is connected with Filicudi, Ginostra/Stromboli, Lipari, Panarea, Rinella/Salina, Santa Marina/Salina, Stromboli and Vulcano (Aeolian Islands) and Cagliari (Sardinia) and Catania, Milazzo, Palermo, Termini Imerese and Trapani (Sicily). The crossings between Naples and any other destination are served by 2 different sailing companies (Grandi Navi Veloci and Tirrenia) who offer a total of 28 weekly connections with traveling times ranging between 9 hr 15 min and 14 hr 30 min (all day departures). This line allows you to transport cars, motorbikes, campers and trucks - when boarding, simply follow the instructions at the departure port.
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Port of NAPLES
The port of Naples is one of the major ports in Europe and second in the world after Hong Kong for passenger travel. The port is located in Piazza Municipio an ideal location to visit of the city. In addition, the port is well connected by public transport and is located about 15 km from Capodichino airport, just a few minutes from the motorway exit and 10 minutes from the Napoli Centrale train station in Piazza Garibaldi.
Passengers are boarded either from the Molo Beverello for hydrofoils, or from Calata Porta Massa from which larger ferries depart. A shuttle service to and from Piazzale Angioino, in Piazza Municipio, connects Calata Porta Massa with Molo Beverello from 0600 to 2400. Calata Porta Massa has many shops, pharmacies, waiting rooms, banks and bars. The Napoli Palermo boarding takes place at Piazzale Immacolatella. Pedestrian access to Calata Porta Massa is from the Immacolatella Vecchia Pass and the Pisacane Pass. Vehicles, which must show a valid reservation can access the port from the Pisacane gate or from the Bausan Pass. The Angioino Molo is the largest Maritime Station in the world dedicated to cruise ships.
How to reach the port of Naples
To get to the port of Naples by car, from the highway (A1 Milan-Naples) just take the Napoli - Porto motorway junction; then take Via Marina until you reach the Calata di Massa exit which you will see road signs for.
Naples is served by 3 railway stations: Napoli Centrale, the main station, Naples Mergellina, Naples Campi Flegrei. Napoli Centrale is the main station, recommended for those who need to reach the city center or the Molo Beverello where you can board the ferry. There are also trams, buses and a subway system and tickets can be bought at the station.
Address: Calata Porta di Massa, 80133 Napoli NA
Directions: Google Map @ Naples, port