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It's definitely chaotic but few train stations in Italy are.
Easy to get taxis/buses etc & definitely safer than I expected.
It's just a bit messy but the back of it has great views of the old Volcano & it's a nice open space in...More
You have to come past here to access the train station.
Down the stairs into the station area is Galleria Commerciale. This area is clean and safe with several options for lunch, coffee and gelato. A welcome respite after getting across the road!
This place is the first sight you see after the airport. There is the main railway station and also there you can take a taxi. Not very far from this place is another railway station which is not so overcrowded like this. There is a...More
Go there if you have to catch the train or the underground. There are a lot of fast food restaurants surrounding the station and food is cheap. Quality is according to the price, but you can find small stands with fresh fruit for €1. It...More
Again, awful reviews here- I kept reading them and really thinking what are these people talking about? It seems like seeing a black dude means they will rip you off.. Come one! Yes, there are black people there around the station but they are not...More
We got in late. About 9. We walked out of the station. 60 or so individuals that looked like they were not there to take selfies but maybe take your phone. The road has no real crossing; close your eyes and take your chances! I...More
Loud, busy and overbearing but what else can you expect from a busy centre. Not sure what people are on about with feeling unsafe if anything I think you see more diversity here than other places in the area. I left my sunglasses on a...More
We had read all the warnings as we travelled from Sorrento by train to spend a night by the station in Naples but came across no problems. We left the station hassle free and later went for a drink in the Galleria Commerciale on the...More
I got pickpocketed here on the platform as I entered a train for Pompeii in March 2016. I had my wallet in my front pocket with a jacket that extended to below my belt, and I didn't feel a thing. Ten minutes into my trainride,...More
Yes, it's a piece of cake to pick up the bus at Piazza Garibaldi which will then whisk you directly to the port. Be sure to buy tickets at 1-50 Euro each before you board as you cannot... More
Yes, it's a piece of cake to pick up the bus at Piazza Garibaldi which will then whisk you directly to the port. Be sure to buy tickets at 1-50 Euro each before you board as you cannot purchase them on the bus. Bon voyage and enjoy Napoli and the surrounding area of this beautiful region.