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The short journey from Rome to the city of Naples can be made by train and plane, as well as by bus. Although travel times are fairly similar, the overall journey time by train is the quickest route between the two cities, this is also the route with the most frequent daily departures. The longest journey is by bus.
Must Know: The public transport network in Naples is extensive and reliable, meaning its easy for visitors to get around.
Must Do: The pizza in Italy is amazing - the pizza in Naples is the best in the country, feast on as much great food as possible.
Did you know? The classic margherita pizza was named after Queen Margherita Teresa Giovanni after she visited in 1889.
Trains Trenitalia has up to 5 trains an hour departing from Roma Termini and arriving at Napoli Centrale Station, while twelve Italo trains a day leave and arrive at the same stations. Both services take approximately 2 hours and operate seven days a week.
Plane Alitalia offers direct flights between the two cities, leaving from Rome Fiumicino Airport and arriving at Naples Capodichino Airport. There are four flights a day, seven days a week, with a journey time of just under one hour in the air, plus shuttle transfers and security checks at the airport.
Buses Flixbus and Baltour, operate direct bus routes between the two cities, with a journey time of around 3 hours. Both providers depart from the Autostazione, located at Rome Tiburtina Station on the Piazzale Mazzoni and arrive in Naples at the Via Lucci Metropark.