The Port of Naples is located south of Rome, on the west coast of Italy in the Gulf of Naples. Naples is one of the oldest cities in Italy and its historic centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This stopover allows you to visit the Amalfi Coast, Vesuvius, Pompeii, Capri and Sorrento, all located nearby.
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Where is located the Port of Naples Cruise TerminalShips dock at the Naples Cruise Port directly in the heart of the city. It is easy to explore the city on foot. If the port is very busy, docks 21-22 can also be used. In this case, a shuttle should be available.
Travelling around the Naples Cruise Port
From Naples train station you can reach Pompeii by train in about 1 hour (Station Pompei - scavi villa misteri) or Herculaneum (Station Ercolano Scavi).
A ferry will take you to the island of Capri.
Activities in Naples
This castle was built during the reign of Charles I of Anjou which was both a palace and a fortress over the course of renovations. It now houses the municipal museum and hosts exhibitions and cultural events.
This palace was commissioned by Charles de Bourbon. It was designed from its origin to hold the functions of the summer palace and museum. The National Museum of Capodimonte is located there and brings together classical and contemporary works as well as armor.
Basilica of San Francesco di Paola
The circular church in neoclassical style is located west of piazza del Plebicito.
This palace was the historic residence of one of the most important dynasties of Naples, the Bourbons.
This Roman villa is located between Naples and Sorrento. Here you can visit a large residential villa from the first century BCE.
Located north of Naples, this Baroque-style Royal Palace was a residence of the Bourbon royal family and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Galleria Umberto I
This commercial gallery is characterized by its glass-roof arcade which makes it a very pretty building in Naples.
This ancient city was buried, following an eruption of Mount Vesuvius, in the year 79. This has preserved the remains of the city that you can now visit to learn more about the life of that time.
Herculaneum is another city, smaller than Pompeii, which was destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius.
Explore the ruins of the ancient city buried 40 meters underground.
This museum has an important Greco-Roman collection and is dedicated to classical antiquity. It contains mosaics and paintings that survived the eruption of Mount Vesuvius.
The volcano that destroyed Pompeii and Herculaneum. Trails allow you to climb the volcano to get to the Grand Cone at its summit.
A steep road runs along the Amalfi Coast, between Sorrento and Salerno, where there are several charming mountainside villages with cobalt blue sea views. Amalfi is the most famous village.
Sorrento, a town perched on a cliff on the other side of the Bay of Naples. It can be reached by ferry. Consult the sheet of this port for more details.
Capri can be reached by ferry. Many shops, elegant restaurants and sumptuous villas can be found on this island. Consult the sheet of this port for more details.