The Port of Naples is also known as Pier Beverelli, it is one of the oldest ports of the entire Mediterranean Sea. It is a port that lives every day an intense maritime traffic, with the departure and the arrival of large cruise ships, many ferries to the islands of the gulf of Naples (Ischia, Capri and Procida) and a great deal of hydrofoils, headed to the beauty of Sorrento Peninsula (Amalfi, Sorrento, Positano).
The port of Naples is located in the heart of Naples and is, for this reason, be reached without any difficulty from anywhere in the city of Naples.
The Beverello pier is located in its western front of the Angevin (Maschio Angioino) and Piazza Municipio (where recent archaeological discoveries have unearthed the remains of the Roman port). It houses the terminals of the shipping companies that connect the city to the islands of the Gulf of Naples, the Amalfi Coast and Cilento.
Molo Angioino (pier), not far from the Beverello, welcomes the Maritime Station, recently renovated to house the new cruise terminal. Overall, the tourist area covers 19,214 square meters at the level of the dock and 8,143 square meters of covered area.
Naples can be reached by car by four motorways: A1 (Autostrada del Sole) from Milan, from the A3 Salerno – Reggio Calabria, from Avellino and Benevento A16, A14 – A16 from Bari
Close to points of embarkation there are private parking spaces for a fee and guarded; at the parking Parking & Service of the Maritime Station – Cruise Terminal, special rates for guests of Costa Cruises and MSC Cruises (phone 081.5563033).
There are three main passenger stations: Central Station in Piazza Garibaldi, the Mergellina and Campi Flegrei station; you can reach the port by public transport or taxi service.
The international airport of Capodichino is the only city. A service of bus shuttles that connect the airport with the city center and the railway stations.