Naples (Capodichino) International Airport (NAP)
Driving Directions / Travel by Car
Located in the northern suburbs of Naples, Capodichino International Airport (NAP) is just a short distance from the very heart of the city and its many attractions. Standing on the eastern side of Naples airport, the A1 (Ramo Capodichino) leads onto the A56 (Tangenziale di Napoli), which passes the Palazzo Real.
On the southern side of Naples Airport, the Corso Secondigliano runs in a north-west / south-east direction, joining the Calata Capodichino, which in turn leads to the Via Arenaccia. To the north, the SP1 passes San Pietro a Patierno and then joins the A1.
Areas of interest close to Naples Capodichino Airport include Afragola, Arzano, Casoria and Casavatore to the north, Volla and Musci to the east, and the Parco di Capodimonte to the west.
Directions to Naples (Capodichino) International Airport (NAP) from Naples city centre:
- Capodichino Airport stands just 7 km / 4 miles to the north-east of central Naples
- The Tangenziale Bypass travels to Naples Airport, towards Capodichino
- The complex is well signposted on all major roads nearby as the 'Aeroporto di Napoli-Capodichino', including the Tangenziale Bypass
- The journey from central Naples to Capodichino International Airport by car will take approximately 10 to 15 minutes
Naples Airport (NAP): Virtual Google Maps