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Cheap flights to Campania

With a population close to around six million people, Campania is the second most populated region in Italy. The region comprises of cities such as Amalfi, Avellino, Benevento, Caserta, Cava de' Tirreni, Grottaminarda, Maiori, Massa Lubrense, Naples, Positano, Praiano, Salerno, and Sorrento. Campania is situated on the Italian Peninsula, with the Mediterranean Sea to its west. Its capital is Naples. 

 

What to see & do

Campania is an important centre for gastronomy, music, architecture, and archaeological sites including Pompeii, Herculaneum, Paestum, and Velia. The region is also a destination where tourists can appreciate natural wonders especially along the Amalfi Coast, Mount Vesuvius, and the Island of Capri. Other attractions in Campania also include the Palace of Caserta, Naples National Archaeological Museum, San Gregorio Armeno, Teatro di San Carlo, Castel Nuovo, Catacombs of San Gennaro, Royal Palace of Naples, Blue Grotto, Cappella Sansevero, Faraglioni, Villa Poppaea, Monte Solaro, Santa Chiara, and Phlegraean Islands, in addition to many. Campania’s Blue Grotto is on the coast of Capri. It is a sea cave with sunlight passing through the mouth of the cave, creating a blue reflection through the water. The cave extends at around 50 metres into the cliff and is around 150 metres deep. Palace of Caserta or the Royal Palace of Caserta, a UNESCO World Heritage Site designated in 1997, is a former royal residence within Caserta. At one point it was the largest palace, and is among the largest buildings ever constructed in Europe within the past 18th century.

 

How to get around within Campania 

In Naples, the capital of the Campania region, travelling around can be done via train or subway, bus, and taxi, to name a few. Other than these modes of transportation, it is also easy to get around Naples by foot. Some of the public transportation that serves Naples includes Metropolitana di Napoli, Funicolare, Cicumvesuviana, Cumana, Circumflegrea, along with regional trains, and trams. Naples can suffer from heavy congestion; traffic can be extremely heavy, especially close to the train stations. When travelling by taxicab, the taxis are the fastest but also the most expensive. It is recommended to check whether or not the taxi is licensed and has a meter before getting into the ride. Walking throughout Naples can provide a way to get to spots within the city in a matter of minutes. Lastly, there are ferries and hydrofoil services connecting Naples to local ports and islands. Services include Metro del Mare, L.N.G., Alilauro, and L.N.P. 

 

How to get there

The airport that serves Naples, the capital of the Campania region in Italy, is Naples International Airport. It has regular and seasonal flights to and from destinations such as Dublin, Casablanca, Stuttgart, Paris, Milan, Catania, Palermo, Trieste, Turin, Vienna, Bucharest, London, Brussels, Athens, Hamburg, Basel, Cologne, Hannover, Lyon, Madrid, Frankfurt, Luxembourg, Bologna, Moscow, Copenhagen, Prague, Zürich, Tel Aviv, Manchester, Eindhoven, Tunis, Istanbul, Genoa, Barcelona, and Kiev, to name a few. Airlines that operate at the airport include Aer Lingus, Air Arabia Maroc, Air Berlin, Air France, Alitalia, Alitalia operated by Alitalia CityLiner, Alitalia operated by Darwin Airline, Alitalia operated by Mistral Air, Austrian Airlines, Blue Air, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, easyjet, easyJet Switzerland, Finnair, Germanwings, HOP!, Iberia operated by Air Nostrum, Iberia Express, InterSky, Jetairfly, Lufthansa, Luxair, Meridiana, Monarch Airlines, S7 Airlines, Scandinavian Airlines, SmartWings operated by Travel Service Airlines, Swiss International Air Lines operated by Swiss Global Air Lines, Sun d'Or International Airlines operated by El Al, Thomas Cook Airlines, Transavia.com, Transavia.com France, TunisAir Express, Turkish Airlines, Volotea, Vueling, Wizz Air, Wizz Air Ukraine, and XL Airways France.

Flights to Campania

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