The Location

The Naples Maritime Station built in 1899 consecrated Naples as a pre-eminent city in Mediterranean maritime trade. In 1936 it was modernized, expanding it and making it functional thanks to the architect Balzani.
Today it is connected by metro, bus from the airport, has a car park and 100 meters away there are connections to the islands of the gulf. Disembarkation of many cruise passengers from all over the world is in the heart of the city, one step away from Piazza Municipio.
The Maritime Station is obviously also the center for important events held in Naples.

How to reach us

Those traveling by car will reach the city of Naples by exiting the motorway route and onto the city road system, following the signs for Napoli PORTO/Napoli CENTRO, in the direction of Via Reggia di Portici, then Via Alessandro Volta, then Via Amerigo Vespucci, then Via Nuova Marina and entering the Port at the “Varco Pisacane” (free access) following the signs for boarding towards the Minor Islands – Capri, Ischia, Procida; or the Major Islands – Sardinia (Cagliari), Sicily (Palermo), Aeolian Islands.

Alternatively, direct access to the Port is permitted from the BAUSAN GATE (A1-A3 motorway terminal) if in possession of a boarding ticket.

In the immediate vicinity of the Maritime Station there are paid parking areas and 50 meters away a covered garage for a fee.