Naples Capodichino Airport is Italy's fifth largest airport, located just 4 kilometres from the city centre in a densely populated area, which means that the entire north-western area of Naples can be flown over at low altitude. The airport is connected to all major European destinations. Naples airport has won several awards over the years, such as the "Aci Europe Award" and the "Fast and Fourius", the latter awarding the best airport in terms of growth in Europe. The airport was also the first Italian airport to be privatised. The airport is easy to reach by car thanks to the exit of the Naples ring road, which crosses all the districts of the city, as well as the roads that connect the city of Naples with the metropolitan area. From a historical point of view, the airport was born in 1910, where mainly aircraft exhibitions were held, but after the bombing of 1918 it was decided to enlarge the airfield, and so in 1919 the first air terminal of the city opened with 17 airliners.
Getting to the airport by bus is very simple, the price is €5 and the full journey takes 35 minutes, leaving you at the main points of interest, the station and the port. At the station you can then reach your other destinations, while at the port you can take a ship that will take you to one of the islands in the Neapolitan Gulf: Ischia, Procida or Capri.
Parking your car before taking a flight is a very stressful activity and sometimes not very convenient, but with Parkimeter you can solve this problem. In fact, with Parkimeter you can search, compare and choose the best parking for your needs, for example you can park at Economy Parking which is just 5 minutes from Naples International Airport and also offers in the price of parking a Valet service, in fact they will pick up your car at the terminal of the airport and return it to the same place on the day of your return.