How to get to Napole


Russian citizens must issue a Schengen visa to travel to Italy. Documents on the duration and purpose of the country visit will have to be prepared. Upon request of an embassy staff member, the provision of documents on housing and income may be required. Depending on the purpose of the visits, a business, a tourist visa, as well as a visa in connection with the invitation of family or friends.


The fastest and best way to get from Moscow to Naples is to fly by plane. There is no direct Moscow-Naples connection, but many airlines take passengers to their destination with connections at various airports in Europe, among them Vienna, Barcelona, Schiphol, Franz-Josef Strauss, Heathrow, Charles De Gaulle and others. From Sheremetyevo and Domodedovo airports, regular flights are operated by Alltalia via Rome and Milan, Lufthansa via Munich and Frankfurt, Austrian Airlines via Vienna, Air France via Paris, Aerosvit via Kiev, Turkish Airlines via Istanbul, Brussels Airlines via Brussels. Travel time with transfers takes 6-18 hours, depending on the route chosen. Passengers are accepted by Capodichino Airport, located 7 km from the center of Naples.


Taxis from the airport to the city will cost a maximum of 20 euros. Getting to the train station or port by bus will cost 3 euros. The interval of the bus is 30 minutes, they go from 6 h 10 minutes in the morning to 23 h 30 minutes.


You can get to Naples from Moscow by trains, making several transfers. There is a direct Moscow-Nice train going through Verona, Milan and Genoa. Italy can also be accessed via Germany, Austria and Hungary. From Munich and Vienna, you can reach Rome by train. There are direct trains to Naples from Rome in the afternoon. The travel time is on average 2 hours, the cost depends on the class of the car and is from 13 to 52 euros.


Bus on the route Moscow-Naples operates flights 3 times a week through the territories of Belarus and Germany, making stops in 11 cities. The trip takes over 60 hours.

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