I am planning to travel from Andalucia to naples in July and am looking for an interesting (and relativelyinexpensive ) way to do this. the options seem to be flying to Madrid, Rome, Milan etc or driving to Barcelona and catching a ferry to somewhere near Rome and then driving again. Does anyone have experience of doing this?
I am suppose to do this kind of trip now.
But due to my company's 'efficient' HR Department staffs,i cant even go for it.The plan was from Rome by cruise down to Naples and then to Barcelona.After Barcelona will be Southern France and then Monaco. And Back to Rome. Then travel up to Milan to fly home.
Well,i already missed it!!! But not gonna give up!!!
[ Edit: Edited on Jun 20, 2007, at 8:54 PM by opospa ]
Last year we travelled from Andalucia to Napoli.
We first took the Ryanair plane from Valencia to Roma.
We booked little far ahead and it costed only 19,99!
From Roma we took the fast train to Napoli and 2 hrs later we arrived in Napoli central station.
Don't forget to visit Pompeii and Sorrento when you are there;
take the little train "Circumvesuvia" for Pompeii it will take 40 minutes, to Sorrente about 1.5 hrs.
The only direct flight is Ryanair Seville-Pisa (50-80 €)
The cheapest conection I've found is with Clickair (Iberia Low Cost) - let's say July the 11th-:
Seville-Barcelona (25 €) 07:10 - 08:40 am
Barcelona-Naples (30 €) 10:20 - 12:15 am
PD: Remember low cost airlines only make point to point flights, that means no automatic baggage transfer: you have to collect your luggage in BCN and check in again for the second flight.
Hope it helps. Gus.
[ Edit: Edited on Jun 21, 2007, at 10:01 AM by Gusiluz ]