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Naples Pass 5 Days - City Area

💰 Incredible savings

🏛️ Top attractions and activities included

🚌 Unlimited travel by public transport (optional)

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🗓️ Flexibility to decide on the day

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Informazioni sul Naples Pass 5 Days - City Area

Show your Naples Pass as soon as you enter the affiliated company, the discount will not be applied if the company has already issued the tax receipt. Once you have shown your Naples Pass, your code will be scanned by the operator who will verify its validity, if your Naples Pass is invalid, the discount will not be applied.

The complete list of places and activites affiliated and the related discounts for the owners of Naples Pass it can be consulted directly inside the App, available on Google Store and App Store.

What does this pass include?

✅ Entrance to MANN - National Archaeological Museum of Naples

Within Naples Pass you have access to National Archaeological Museum of Naples "The Mann" for free.

To access to this museum, reservation is NOT required.

At the entrance, please show your campania>artecard QRCode (grey) included in your Naples Pass.

✅ Entrance to the Capodimonte Museum

Within Naples Pass you have access to Capodimonte Museumfor free.

To access to this museum, reservation is NOT required.

At the entrance, please show your campania>artecard QRCode (grey) included in your Naples Pass.

✅ Entrance to the Royal Palace of Naples

Within Naples Pass you have access to Royal Palace of Naples for free.

To access to Royal Palace of Naples, reservation is Not required.

At the entrance, please show your campania>artecard QRCode included in your Naples Pass.

✅ Entrance to Sant'Elmo Castle

Castel Sant'Elmo è uno dei castelli di Napoli situato sulla collina del Vomero. Il castello è medievale, ma durante i secoli è stato continuamente ampliato. Prende il suo nome da una cappella del X secolo dedicata a Sant'Erasmo, trasformato in Ermo e poi Elmo.

Nel '500 il castello viene trasformato in fortezza dal Vicerè Don Pedro da Toledo, la pianta (scavata nella roccia) diventa a forma stellare a sei punte, ci sono fossati e bastioni ed enormi cannoniere.

La fortezza di Sant'Elmo non deve solo difendere la città ma anche controllare Napoli e suoi abitanti, per questo è collegata ai Quartieri spagnoli e poi con Palazzo Reale.Nel '600 il castello diventa anche un carcere: Tommaso Campanella è stato prigioniero qui.

Attualmente, Castel Sant'Elmo è un polo museale e ospita numerose mostre. Da non perdere: il panorama mozzafiato che si vede dalla piazza d'armi, da cui si vede tutta Napoli e il golfo.

Come raggiungere Castel Sant'Elmo

In metropolitana: prendere la Linea 1 che parte da Piazza Garibaldi e uscire alla fermata Vanvitelli.

In Funicolare: prendere la linea che parte da Montesanto e uscire alla fermata Morghen. Proseguire per 6 minuti a piedi.

In auto: prendere la A56 (Tangenziale) da Corso Malta/Corso Arnaldo Lucci e proseguire fino all'uscita 9, continuando su Via Luigi Caldieri, in 10 minuti si arriva a destinazione.

Da Piazza Vanvitelli: proseguire in autobus con la linea V1 e uscire alla fermata di Piazzale San Martino. Oppure proseguire per 12 minuti a piedi.

✅ Entrance to Filangieri Museum

Entrance to the Gaetano Filangieri Civic Museum 

Address: Via Duomo, 288, 80138 Naples, NA

✅ Complesso Museale Sant'Anna dei Lombardi

The Monumental Complex of Sant'Anna dei Lombardi, also known as Santa Maria di Monteoliveto, is considered a pearl of the Neapolitan Renaissance, located within walking distance of the Neapolitan historic center. It encloses works of inestimable historical and artistic value and is considered a true temple of 16th-century Neapolitan and Tuscan painting and sculpture.

By far the most famous room is the Old Sacristy, considered a small Sistine Chapel in the heart of Naples, for the frescoes painted by Giorgio Vasari in 1545. In the style of Michelangelo, the vault is divided into three bays that the artist from Arezzo decorated with allegories of virtue, peculiar grotesques and the 48 Ptolemaic constellations, paving the way for extraordinary mythical narratives.

Another symbol of Renaissance art present in the Complex is certainly the Lamentation over the Dead Christ, a group of life-size terracotta statues made in 1492 in which Guido Mazzoni, an authentic master in working with terracotta, rendered the scene with a unique realism, giving extreme emphasis to the details that characterize it. Vivid is the trace of heartbreaking grief on the faces of the characters who animate the scene and who, between frowns and restrained tears, express, in a silent cry, all the tragic nature of the moment.

Suggestiveness, religious worship and that of life in the afterlife are protagonists in the Crypt of the Abbots a hypogeum compartment -located under the High Altar- that links the Complex of Sant' Anna dei Lombardi to the typical burial practice of Southern Italy: the Scolatura.
PLEASE NOTE: Currently this area cannot be visited due to maintenance work.

Finally, enriching the museum itinerary are the 15th-century chapels decorated with sculptures by Antonio Rossellino, Benedetto Da Maiano, and a young Michelangelo with his spirit "reggifestone": avant-garde Renaissance sculpture in which the strong torso twist, the hint of a smile, and the disheveled hair become the tangible signature of the celebrated artist.


By bus: take the autobus in Piazza Garibaldi, take the R2 line Guglielmo Sanfelice stop; or bus Nr 151 Depretis stop.

On foot: walk along the Corso Umberto, then turn on your right to the Monteoliveto street, 200 meters straight and you reached the destination.

From the port: by metro line 1 and then walking: drive or walk until Toledo metro stop, walk few hundred meters towards Carità square, from there turn right. Few steps ahead and you're there.

From the airport: with Alibus until the central station or port and later continue your journey in one of the previously described ways.

✅ Entrance and guided to the Catacombs of San Gennaro and San Gaudioso

Discover the Rione Sanità and the Catacombs of Naples and take part in the redevelopment project of one of the city's most fascinating neighborhoods.

Guided tour of the Catacombs of Naples: San Gennaro and San Gaudioso

Entrance next to the Basilica of Buon Consiglio on Via Capodimonte, 13, 80136 Naples (NA).

How to book? 

To visit the Catacombs of San Gennaro, reservations are required by email to:

Please note: for the visit at the Catacombs of San Gaudioso it is not possible to book via email. Reservations will be made by going to the desk of the Catacombs of San Gennaro on the day set for the visit. 

Opening times

  • Monday to Saturday from 10am to 5pm (last admission 5pm)
  • Sunday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm (last admission at 2:00 pm)
  • For info +39081 7443714

✅ Entrance and visit to the Museodivino

The Museodivino is a museum where your eyes are not enough to see the smallest cribs in the world and the Divine Comedy in walnut shell by Antonio Maria Esposito.

Adress: Via S. Giovanni Maggiore Pignatelli, 1B, 80134 Napoli (NA).

For info and booking call at: +39081 19708586

✅ Entrance and guided tour of the Bourbon Gallery

Guided tour of the Bourbon Gallery: Standard route. Entrance to Vico del Grottone, 4, 80132 Naples (NA).


For info and booking call at: +393662484151

✅ Entrance to Treasure of San Gennaro Museum

Entrance to the Museo del tesoro di San Gennaro.

Address: Via Duomo, 149, 80138 Naples (NA).

✅ Entrance to the Neapolis Sotterrata Greek Romain’s - Complex of San Lorenzo Maggiore

The archaeological excavations of San Lorenzo Maggiore are an archaeological site in Naples located in the area below the basilica of the same name.

Visit the Monumental Complex of San Lorenzo Maggiore - The Underground Neapolis. Entrance in Piazza San Gaetano, 316, 80138 Naples (NA).

Opening time:

  • Daily: from 09:30 till 17:30

🚌 Vesuvius: Roundtrip From Naples + Entry Ticket

Discover the Great Cone of Vesuvius starting from Naples with a convenient round-trip transfer. Travel in a luxurious minibus to an altitude of 1000 meters and then access the Vesuvius National Park on a crater hike with an expert volcanological guide.

What's Included?
- Skip-the-line ticket for Vesuvius National Park
- Round-trip transport from Naples to Vesuvius National Park
- Volcanological guide of the National Park

What Will You See?
Admire the fumaroles and enjoy the unique panorama of Capri, Ischia, Procida, Naples, and Pompeii from above. Want to add a "fiery" experience to your Naples vacation? Embark on this adventure in total comfort and style with a direct transfer to the majestic cone of Vesuvius.

Important Information
The meeting point is near Via Galileo Ferraris n.40, Naples.
- We suggest using these coordinates on Google Maps: 40.8505189N, 14.2747942E
- The bus has the "Around Vesuvio" logo.
- You need to meet the group at the meeting point about 15 minutes before the tour departure time.

You'll reach the 1000 meters of altitude aboard a luxurious minibus, accompanied by an expert local driver. Listen to stories about the history and culture of the region, discover the challenges this volcano has posed in the past, and admire the breathtaking views of Capri, Ischia, and beyond.

The entrance ticket is included, so you can explore this incredible natural wonder's sights, sounds, and smells at your own pace. You'll feel on top of the world with free time to hike up to the Great Cone!

🚌 Vesuvio Express: Roundtrip Transport from Ercolano + Vesuvius Ticket

Would you like to admire the city of Naples and all its beautiful gulf from above, enjoying a privileged view?

With this ticket you have access to the Vesuvius Express bus and Vesuvius Park. Departure is from Herculaneum Station and includes a round trip. 

You will have the opportunity to explore up close the crater and park of Vesuvius, the volcano that dominates Naples and its entire territory. In a fun scenic climb, you will observe the lunar beauty of this timeless landscape.

You'll stroll through the park's pine forests, observe the lava left intact from the last eruption in 1914, and be breathless as you come within a breath of the crater. What's more, you'll have the convenience of having transportation service included. From Herculaneum you will get to the crater by Vesuvius Express, the fastest and easiest way. 

Remember to wear comfortable shoes and warm clothing, temperatures tend to be low at that altitude. 

- Show the voucher you will receive via email at the departure point outside the Herculaneum Excavation Station
- Recognize the Vesuvio Express bus.

🚌 Unlimited Public Transport VALID ONLY for Naples Urban Area (7 days)

Using the ticket multiple times, the QR code may need to be updated. Please keep in mind that in some underground stations (e.g. metro line 1 - Toledo station) the internet connection is poor. We, therefore, recommend updating your ticket before going underground and approaching the turnstile.

Expires at 24:00 on the seventh consecutive day from the date of first validation. In the urban area of Naples, it allows an unlimited number of trips using multiple transportation companies.

The ticket must be validated the first time it is used and on each means of transportation used.

In case of lack or failure of the appropriate equipment, on trains please contact the Train Conductor.

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