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Manchester MAN
Naples NAP
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Tue 03 Mar

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Flights from Manchester to Naples

Dreaming about flying to sunny Naples from Manchester? Here’s everything you need to know before booking your cheap flights from Manchester to Naples.


Manchester Airport Overview

Your flights from Manchester to Naples will depart from Manchester International Airport, which is the third busiest airport in the United Kingdom, handling just over 27.5 million passengers a year. 

Getting to the airport from Manchester city centre is simple. If you’re travelling by public transport, the Metrolink service from Cornbrook station to the airport runs every 12 minutes along a 15-stop line and takes approximately 35 minutes. Meanwhile, trains from Manchester Piccadilly station to Manchester Airport take around 20 minutes and run every 10 minutes, 7 days a week, through train operators TransPennine Express and Northern Rail. 


Naples Airport Overview

Your Manchester to Naples flights will land at Naples Airport which is located 5.9 km north east of the city centre. There is a shuttle service from Naples International Airport to the city centre, called Alibus which runs every 20 to 30 minutes daily.

Taxis are available from Naples airport and offer fixed rates to destinations within the city centre. You’ll find taxis at the taxi stand in front of arrivals area.

Planning to take a road trip along the Amalfi Coast? Check out Ryanair Car Hire for great value deals on car hire.


What to Expect on arrival at Naples?

One thing’s for sure when you fly from Manchester to Naples – boredom isn’t an option. From hiking Mount Vesuvius, to exploring the ancient ruins of Pompeii and driving the spectacular Amalfi coast route, Naples offers all the ingredients for the trip of a lifetime. Then there’s the food - no trip to Naples should be considered complete without sampling the local pizza. For more inspiration on what to see and do in Naples, check out our Naples travel guides on Try Somewhere New.


Five fun facts about Naples

  • The name Napoli comes from the Greek word Neapolis which means ‘new city’ or ‘new town’. The city was originally given this name by its early Greek inhabitants in the 8th century BC.
  • The Margherita pizza was named after Queen Margherita Teresa Giovanni after her visit to the city in 1889. The colours of the Italian flag are represented in the ingredients - basil for the green, cheese for white and tomato sauce for the red.
  • Naples’ Castel dell’Ovo (Castle Egg), takes its name from the legend of a magic egg that originated in medieval times. The egg was said to be capable of protecting the city and its people from disaster or danger. According to the legend, the writer Virgil hid it in a secret location in the castle.
  • Naples' historic city centre is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
  • The phrase 'See Naples and die' or in Italian ‘Vedi Napoli e poi Muori’ implies that that the city is so beautiful there is nothing to top it and therefore no reason to go on living, as once you’ve seen Naples, 'you've seen it all’.


From Manchester to Naples: Practical Information

Some practical information to prepare you for your flights to Naples from Manchester:


You’ll need to pack an adaptor if you plan to charge your electrical devices while you’re away.

Don’t forget to change your currency from sterling to euro before you fly.

Naples experiences hot summers - from June to September, average temperatures simmer between 29°C and 31°C. 

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