Information & Facts
Taxis are available from the stand in front of the arrivals
concourse, and cost approximately EUR20. The journey to the city
centre takes around 30 minutes.
Parking consists of 1400 spaces. Short term parking charges
EUR3.50 per hour, or, depending on which parking lot you choose,
between EUR29 and EUR32 per day. Mid-term parking costs EUR3 per
hour and EUR16 per day after the first day of parking. Long-term
parking, by far the most economical, charges EUR2.50 per hour and
EUR12 per day from day two onwards. From day four, drivers need
only pay EUR10 per day and EUR69 per week.
Car rental companies at Naples International Airport include
Avis, Budget, Europcar, Dollar, Hertz, Locauto, Maggiore,
SicilybyCar, Sixt and Tagarent. Representatives of each operator
have desks in the Arrivals Hall.
Taxi: Taxis offer fixed rates for destinations within the city.
A trip to the centre of town takes 5-10 minutes, depending on
Bus: The Alibus travels to two stops in Naples, namely Stazione
Centrale and Piazza Municipio. Tickets can be purchased onboard for
+39 081 751 5055; +39 081 789 6662 or +39 081 789 6277. Flight
enquiries: +39 081 751 5471.
Money and communications: ATMs, currency exchange and postal
Luggage: There are lost luggage, lost property and left luggage
Conference and business: Located on the first floor, the
Telelink Internet Centre offers access to the Internet,
workstations, photocopiers, scanners, telephones and faxes. Meeting
rooms feature videoconferencing equipment and catering services are
available on request. There are also a number of VIP lounges that
can accommodate small gatherings.
Other facilities: A medical centre is located in Arrivals.
Wi-fi: Wi-fi is available at gate areas 1-10, as well as at Ciao
Self-service Restaurant. Prepaid cards can be purchased at the
Sunstore shops in Arrivals and Check-in.
Information: Both flight- and tourism-related information can be
acquired at the customer service desk on the ground floor in
Shopping: Naples International offers a fair range of options in
the way of shopping, especially when it comes to clothing and
fashion accessories. Outlets before security include Chilli and
Co., Sole and Vista, Camomilla Italia, Travel Masters, Napolimania
and Fattorie Garofalo; while post-security stores include Obikà,
Feltrinelli Express, Pasticceria Bellavia, Roberto Giannotti,
Aeronautica Militare, Tramontano, Carthusia, Yamamay, stopARTEndo
Museum Shop, Carpisa and Titoli.
Food and Drink: Order a freshly made pizza and a can of cold
soda at Air Café, or pick and grab your own dishes at self-service
restaurant Ciao. For coffee and pastries, head over to Blu Bar,
Tentazioni, Puro Gusto or The Island Café; then, top off with an
authentic Italian Gelato ice cream at La Piazzetta.
The official language of Italy is Italian. English is
understood in the larger cities but not in the more remote parts of
The Euro (EUR) is the official currency, which is divided into
100 cents. Those arriving in Italy with foreign currency can obtain
Euros through any bank, ATM or bureaux de change. ATMs are
widespread. Travellers cheques can be exchanged with ease in the
large cities, not so in the smaller towns. Credit cards are
accepted in upmarket establishments and shops around the cities.
Banks are closed on weekends, but tend to have better rates than
casas de cambios.
The terminals are within walking distance of each other;
however, Terminal 1 is for scheduled airlines and Terminal 2 is
generally used for charter flights.