Azienda Ospedaliera Universitaria Federico II
2° Policlinico – Building 21
MAIN ENTRANCE Via S.Pansini, 5
HOW TO GET TO NAPLES
The Naples Capodichino International Airport is one of the most important in Italy and it is the largest airport in southern Italy with around 140 national and international flights arriving or departing daily.
The Capodichino Airport is less than 30 minutes from the city center.
If you are flying into Rome, you can take a high-speed train directly to Naples.
How to reach the city center from the airport
From the Naples airport you can reach the city center by taxi (fares are around € 20) or by bus.
There are two main bus lines leading to the city center: the 3S line and Alibus line to Piazza Garibaldi (Central Railway Station) from which it is then easy to take all the buses or the metro leading to the various parts of the city.
The fastest and easiest way to reach Naples by train is via a high-speed Trenitalia or Italo train. The two train companies are very similar, so choose a train based on your schedule and budget.
It takes about four hours to reach Naples from Milan, three hours to reach Naples from Florence, and just over an hour to arrive from Rome.
High-speed trains to Naples arrive in the Napoli Centrale.
Book a train for Naples (www.trenitalia.com or www.italotreno.it)
You can drive to Naples easily by following the A1 motorway, also known as the Autostrada del Sole, that runs the entire length of Italy north to south, passes through the city.
HOW TO REACH THE CONGRESS VENUE
By METRO from Napoli Centrale Railwaystation Station: get Metro LINE 1 direction PISCINOLA and stop at Policlinico. It takes about 20’-30’ minutes.
By TAXI from Napoli Centrale Railway Station: the journey takes about 15’-20’ minutes.