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Guide of Ischia - Ischia Island - Flegrean Islands, Italy


Author: Chiara Marra





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Ischia - Ischia Island - Flegrean Islands Getting There, Italy

The island of Ischia is connected to the mainland by many navigation companies that provide frequent links from Naples. In Ischia there are about 80 Km of roads and it is possible to travel it by car, however traffic is heavy during summer. The public service consists of buses, taxi, and collective taxi connecting to all parts of the island frequently. It is also possible to rent cars, scooters, and bicycles from numerous rental shops on the island.

By sea: Many hydrofoils and ferries leave from Naples to three ports in Ischia; some make a stop at the island of Procida.
In Naples there are two ports for departures: from Molo Beverello Wharf depart the ferries and hydrofoils to Ischia Porto, Forio and Casamicciola and from Naples Mergellina Wharf hydrofoils leave for Ischia Porto and Forio. Companies in charge of providing these services are: Caremar, Alilauro and Snav.

By train: The Central Station of Naples is well connected to all of Italy. For times consult the Trenitalia site or call the green number 89 20 21. When you reach the station you must continue by taxi or bus to Beverello Wharf or take metro Line 2 up to Mergellina, for boarding.

By plane: Naples Capodichino Airport (NAP) offers connections to all Italian cities and major European destinations with traditional or low-cost airline companies. From the airport the "Alibus" shuttle service takes you directly to the port of Naples "Molo Beverello". The nearest Intercontinental Airport is Rome's Fiumicino (FCO), with the possibility of getting to Naples by air besides the train.

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