If you're looking to travel between London and Naples, you can fly direct or with a stopover. The direct flight between the cities takes around 2 hours and 40 minutes. British Airways, easyJet and Thomson are among the various companies operating the London - Naples route. At times, it can be cheaper to fly with a stopover, although journey time will increase significantly. Alitalia services stop in Milan and Rome, whilst AirFrance offers transfer flights through Paris. Your London - Naples flight will leave from any of the following London airports: Gatwick, London City, Stansted or Heathrow. You will land at Naples International Airport, the only terminal with international flights to the city. There are different means of transport to get to the start of your flight between London and Naples: all London airports are accessible by bus, taxi and train. The London Underground also reaches Heathrow. Upon arrival in Naples, you can get to the city centre by bus or by taxi- these have standard rates to and from the airport.
To travel between London and Naples at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Naples flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Naples flights by departure date.
The world-famous Pizza Margherita was invented in Naples in the late XIX century in honour of the Queen Margherita of Savoy. This traditional Italian dish can be eaten in Naples in its most original form.2 Pompeii and Herculaneum
These two Roman cities were destroyed and buried by a volcano eruption in 79 AD, and its ruins were only discovered less than two centuries ago. Both these archaeological areas are easily reached from the city centre.3 Neapolitan architecture
Walk through the cobblestone streets of Naples, to discover beautiful [i]piazzas[/i] (the largest being Piazza del Plebiscito) and castles. The most famous and spectacular is without doubt the XIII century Maschio Angioino on the coast.4 Sorrento, Ischia and Capri
These three locations, well-connected to Naples's city centre, have some of the best beaches, restaurants and views of traditional Italian seasides. Get lost in the narrow streets and enjoy the sun while eating some delicious [i]gelato[/i].5 A rich culture
Naples has long been a cultural centre in the Mediterranean. Discover the Royal Academy of Design, founded by the Bourbons in the 18th century, where great artists, such as Di Chirico worked. The Museum of Capodimonte has an excellent collection of Neapolitan porcelain and other decorative art.