Port of Naples
Ferry to Naples
The port of Naples
Travel by ferry to Naples, a city located in southern Italy between Mount Vesuvius and the volcanic area of the Phlegraean Fields. Naples is one of the oldest cities in Europe, whose contemporary urban structure preserves the elements of its long and eventful history. Its urban model, its wealth of historic buildings from numerous periods and its location on the Bay of Naples give it an extraordinary universal value without equal. Its historical, cultural and artistic richness makes it one of the most attractive cities to visit. The historic center of Naples was declared a World Heritage Site in 1995 by Unesco.
The main monuments of Naples are: the Royal Palace, Castel Nuovo, Galleria Umberto I, Duomo and Piazza del Gesù, as well as the National Archaeological Museum, with an important collection of Greco-Roman art and the Galleria di Capodimonte, of painting.
The port of Naples is one of the largest ports in Italy and one of the largest ports in the Mediterranean both in terms of passenger traffic and commercial activity.
The port of Naples is located in the center of Naples, very close to the Piazza Municipio center, near Piazza Garibaldi and about 15 km from Naples airport.