Is my reservation a Private or shared transfer service? You have booked a private shuttle service. Our company provides exclusively private transfers in Naples. You and your group are the only passengers in the booked vehicle, and a door-to-door service will be provided without any additional waiting or extra stop between the requested addresses and final destination.
Where will the driver meet my group?
For Customers arriving to Naples International Airport (NAP): On arrival please collect your luggage and proceed to the main lounge. The driver will be waiting for you showing a board with your name.
Transfers from hotel to Naples airport: If you are leaving the hotel, the driver will wait for you at the hotel lobby. If you are leaving from a private address, please have your group waiting out front at requested pick-up time.
Naples, city of contrasts, is the 3rd largest city in Italy after Rome and Milan. Hereby some things you can’t miss in a weekend in Naples
Spaccanapoli: is the large street going from Spanish quartier to Forcella.
Cristo Velato (the Veiled Christ) and Sansevero Chapel: located inside the Sansevero Chapel, the veiled Christ is one of the most fascinating and mysterious works that can be seen in Naples
Archaeological Museum of Naples: one of the most important in the world, due to the quality and quantity of things exposed here.
Plebiscito square and the Royal Palace, with San Francesco di Paola church.
The underground city: during centuries, from the deep belly of Naples, tuff to build the city above was obtained. The city below, therefore, conceals a dense maze of ravines, caves and tunnels that tell a parallel story to the life of the city.
The Cathedral and the Treasure of San Gennaro: For the Neapolitans, the Cathedral is first and foremost the place where there is the Chapel and the Treasure of San Gennaro. To emphasize the link with the Neapolitan San Gennaro goes far beyond the simple devotion to the patron saint. It 'a gut feeling and shared, which over the centuries has passed prohibitions and restrictions, from strength to strength. Despite San Gennaro is considered a saint by the church of "Series B", it is not for the Neapolitans. The Chapel and the treasure are the most immediate and important evidence of this love for "Yellow Face", the name by which the Neapolitans call it the Holy due to its most famous statue in gilded silver.
The ”art” metro station: It may seem very strange that in a city steeped in history as Naples metro stations are inserted in the list of must-see things. It is believed this until you set foot in one of the stations of Lines 1 and 6, a true museum of contemporary art.
The route can start from the new Garibaldi station that joins the Naples Central Station. Here, the French urbanist Perrault has designed a station with escalators suspended as predominantly glass and steel. You come to the University, where the Egyptian architect Rashid was inspired by digital languages with an extraordinary sculpture called "synapses". After there is the Town Hall and then Toledo, considered by many the most beautiful railway station in Europe. Relating with the work of Robert Wilson light it is illuminated by extraordinary light on the color gamut of the blue. Do not miss Dante, Museo, Materdei and later. More than 200 works by contemporary artists to be admired with a metro ticket. A single route in the world, not to be missed.