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Location information for Naples

Car rental Naples
Car rental Naples

Introduction

Naples is a city that has been described as follows: "Ill built, ill paved, ill lighted, ill drained, ill watched, ill governed and ill ventilated". Perhaps it is for these very reasons that Naples is one of the most beautiful places in Europe. It is a remarkable city, rich in history, art, culture and gastronomy.

Population

Naples is the fourth largest city in Italy, with almost a million inhabitants. It is the capital of the province of Campania, and the largest city in the south of the country.

Location

The city of Naples is located in the south-west of Italy, on the Gulf of Naples. From the city, it is possible to see Mount Vesuvius, with at its base the ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum.

Economy

Although the north of Italy is rich, the south of the country is one of the poorest regions in Europe. Despite that, Naples is one of the most important ports of Italy.

In addition, Naples attracts many tourists every year. In 1993, the Municipality of Naples cleaned up the city to make it more attractive to tourists.

Apart from these sectors, the Neapolitan Mafia, the Camorra, is important to the economy. The Camorra dominates parts of the financial world, local fruit and vegetable markets, prostitution and illegal betting.

Airports

Capodichino Airport is the airport of Naples, connecting Naples to major Italian and European cities. The airport is located 8 kilometers to the north-east of the city. It is the largest airport of southern Italy. If you do not have a rental car, the bus will take you to Naples within half an hour. You can also take a taxi, a one-way drive to Naples costs around € 21.

Public transport

Naples has a bus network that operates irregularly and unpredictably. There are also two train and tram lines in the city. In addition, Naples has four metro lines. All in all, there is plenty of choice.

Traffic and Parking

It is not advisable to drive in the center of the city. The best way is to park your car in one of the car parks within walking distance of the center. Take care where you park your car, because thieves may be on the look-out. Generally speaking, Naples is a difficult place to drive, everybody is honking their horn all the time, traffic lights are ignored and people keep a distance of about 4 inches.

Hotels

Cheap hotels are easy to find in Naples, although you have to keep in mind in which area of the city the hotel is located. Statione Centrale, for instance, is an unsafe neighborhood.

External Sources

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