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Unlimited travel on public transport with the Naples City Pass

Naples, the picturesque city in the south of Italy, offers its residents and visitors a well-developed network of public transportation that makes it easy to explore the city and its surroundings. Here is an informative overview of the different means of transportation, their operating hours and their range.

What you can use with your Public transport City Pass Ticket

Metro (Metropolitana)

The Naples metro is one of the most efficient ways to get around the city. It consists of two lines: Line 1 (red) and Line 2 (blue). The subway runs daily from about 6:00 am to midnight. Note, however, that operating hours may change slightly on weekends and holidays.


Naples has an extensive bus network that covers almost all parts of the city. Buses are a convenient option for getting to places not directly served by the subway. Bus operating hours vary by line, but are usually between 5:30 am and 11:00 pm. 

Tramways (Tram)

The Tram in Naples is another way to get around within the city. However, they are limited to certain routes and are less common than buses and subways. Hours of operation are similar to buses and vary by line. 

Funicolare (funiculars)

Naples is known for its funicolare, the funicular railroads that connect hilltop neighborhoods to the city center. They provide not only efficient transportation, but also breathtaking views of the city. Hours of operation vary by route, but usually start early in the morning and end late in the evening. 

Regional train services (not included):

Public transportation in Naples also provides connections to many places outside the city.To reach Pompeii or Herculaneum (Ercolano), which are located at some distance from Naples, you will need to buy a separate ticket. The best way is taking a train towards Salerno. For this purpose, the company Trenitalia is responsible, which offers favorable fares to travelers. Naples' main train station, Napoli Centrale, is an important transportation hub for regional and interregional travel.


Highlights of the Public transport City Pass Ticket

  • Flexibility: With your City Pass public transport ticket you can use the metro, funicular and all buses in Naples at any time of the day or night (within opening hours)! 
  • Efficient transportation: subways, buses and streetcars offer a dense network to explore Naples.
  • Cost-effective: With your City Pass public transport ticket you save up to 30% compared to the regular price
  • Time saving: Avoid traffic jams and parking in the city center.
  • Environmentally friendly: You reduce air pollution and CO2 emissions.
  • Cultural Diversity: Experience the hustle and bustle and local culture of Naples with just one ticket!


Schedule for Metro, Funiculare and Busses


From 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. every 12 minutes 

From 9 p.m. to end of service every 15 minutes

From September 15, every Friday and Saturday, the last trip of metro line 1 from Piscinola is at 01.20, from Garibaldi at 01.32. 


7:00 am to 10:00 pm every 30 minutes.

From September 15, the Funicular Centrale runs until 02:00 on Fridays and Saturdays, until 00:30 on Sundays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, and until 22:30 on Mondays and Tuesdays. 


The buses have different schedules. All start between 06:00 and 06:30 and end around 09:00-10:00.More information about the timetable can be found here: https://www.anm.it/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1308&Itemid=260 


Reservation for your Public transport City Pass Ticket

Optionally book the ticket for the public transport in your Naples City Pass

In your order you indicate that you want to use the local transport and then you will automatically receive your pickup-ticket for bus, metro and funicular.You will receive the Naples City Pass immediately after receipt of payment by e-mail simply for self-printing or for your smartphone to the e-mail address you provided. Please note that the Naples City Pass consists of several parts. You can pick up your ticket for the public transport in Naples directly in the center. Once received, you can use the public transport ticket at any time of the day or night, depending on the duration of your City Pass - as many journeys as you need and, of course, at no extra cost. 


How to get from the Airport to the City Center of Naples

  • To get from Naples Airport (officially known as Naples International Airport, or Aeroporto di Napoli-Capodichino) to the city center of Naples, you have several transportation options: 
  • Taxi: Taking a taxi is one of the most convenient options. You can find taxi stands outside the airport terminals. Make sure the taxi meter is on, and the fare should be fixed according to the destination within the city center.
  • Airport Shuttle: There are shuttle bus services that connect the airport to various points in Naples, including the city center. The "Alibus" is a dedicated shuttle service that runs between the airport and the city center. It typically departs every 30 minutes and stops at several key locations in Naples, including Piazza Garibaldi (the main train station) and the Port.
  • Public Bus: You can also take public buses to reach the city center. The ANM (Azienda Napoletana Mobilità) bus line 3S connects the airport to the central train station, Piazza Garibaldi. The bus schedule can vary, so it's a good idea to check in advance.
  • Private Transfer: You can book a private transfer service in advance, which can be a more comfortable and convenient option, especially if you have a lot of luggage or are traveling with a group. Many companies offer this service online.
  • Metro: While the Naples Metro doesn't yet directly connect to the airport, you can take a bus or taxi from the airport to the nearest metro station, such as Garibaldi Station, and then continue your journey within the city using the metro.    



How to get your public transport ticket

You can get your public transport ticket at the following Pick-up Point: 

Pit Stop Souvenir 

Piazza Municipio/ Via Calata San Marco 1, 80133 Napoli (next to the metro exit). 

Emergency number: 00393495709015

Opening hours: 

Monday to Saturday 07.00 am to 20.00 pm

Sunday 07.00 am to 18.00 pm 


Via Calata San Marco 1, 80133 Napoli

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Overall, public transportation in Naples offers a convenient way to explore the city and its surroundings. Whether you want to explore the historic city center or experience the beauty of the Amalfi Coast, Naples' transportation system allows you to make your trip convenient.

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