The "most beautiful city in the universe”

Enchanting Capri 
Pompeii: a unique sensation
Vesuvius overlooks the city

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The striking Angevin keep, symbol of the city

An MSC Mediterranean Cruise will take you in Naples. Its charm will enchant you so much that, as Stendhal declared, it is "the most beautiful city in the universe". You will experience a unique environment bathed in history, art, culture, religion, alleys, neigh-bourhoods, football, pizza, music, but above all "genuine" people.

The Neapolitan city, with its million citizens, is all to be visited beginning with Spaccan-apoli, Piazza del Plebiscito and the Royal Palace, the San Severo Chapel and the Veiled Christ, the underground Naples and the Bourbon Gallery, the Archaeological Museum, the Capodimonte Museum, the Duomo and the Treasure of San Gennaro, the San Carlo Theatre, the Monumental Complex of Santa Chiara, the Maschio Angioino...

Not far from Naples, one of the destinations of an MSC Excursion awaits you: the fash-ionable island of Capri. In the middle of a crystal-clear sea you will discover the mythical stacks, the magical caves, the lighthouse, the Villa of Tiberius, the popular via Krupp and the famous "pi-azzetta" where, if you are fortunate enough, you might meet your favourite actor or singer. Lose yourself amongst the various boutiques and craft shops, without forgetting sip a lemonade made of local citrus fruits and enjoy a slice of Capri cake.

Stopping in Naples will also allow you to visit the archaeological remains of Pompeii, in particular, the Roman amphitheatre, the oldest stone building in the world. Your MSC Ex-cursion will take you there. In Pompeii, you can discover the houses and lifestyle of the Roman aristocrats preserved by Vesuvius' lava. But aside the "excavations", Pompeii is also famous for the Sanctuary of the Blessed Virgin of the Holy Rosary which welcomes pilgrims from all over the world on the event of the Supplication to Our Lady.

What would the Gulf of Naples' skyline look like without the Vesuvius? Another MSC Ex-cursion will show you one of the most studied active volcanoes. This large cone of an alti-tude of about 1277 meters and a diameter of 20 km has the virtue of being one of the most admired and popular natural spectacles in the world. The Vesuvius, thanks to its mineral-rich soil, offers products such as olive oil, wine, tomatoes and fruits that are truly exceptional.

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    Port of Naples

    This section contains information on how to reach the port.

    Cruise Terminal:

    Stazione Marittima - Molo Beverello

    Reach the port by

    • CAR

      From the A1 Milan to Naples motorway, take the A3 motorway in the direction signposted Naples and follow the signs to the port and Naples city centre. Leave at the exit signposted Naples City Centre. Arriving in Naples, take Via Marina. The port is opposite the Maschio Angioino and Piazza Municipio.
      On the A3 Salerno to Reggio Calabria motorway, travelling toward Naples, follow the signs for the port and Naples City Centre. Leave at the exit signposted Naples City Centre. Arriving in Naples, take Via Marina. The port is opposite the Maschio Angioino and Piazza Municipio.

      Parking Information

      Parking Information

      Address: Molo Angioino Stazione Marittima - 80133 Naples
      Tel. +39 081 5514448 

      • MSC Parking is bookable online up to 48 hours before your cruise departure. Bookings after the 48 hour deadline can be made directly with MSC Parking, and the same reduced rates will be applied when presenting your cruise travel documents
      • For MSC Seaview departures we suggest to arrive at the parking lot at 12 p.m.
      • Naples Terminal S.p.A. is not liable for the theft of any unattended goods left inside the car.
      Book your parking with MSC
      Car/Suv/VAN/Camper 8 € 90
    • Train

      Naples Garibaldi Station is 3 km from the port, which is a 20-minute walk away or 7 minutes by taxi.  Bus services are also available.
      Mergellina Railway Station is 9 km from the main port and is served by taxi (journey approx. 25 minutes depending on traffic). 
      Campi Flegrei Railway Station is 6.5 Km away from the port and served by taxi.
    • Plane

      Capodichino Airport is about 7 km from the main port and is served by taxi and bus. The Alibus service makes only 2 stops (at Piazza Garibaldi and Piazza Municipio) and the fare is paid on board. The buses depart from just outside the arrivals exit.

      Driving to the airport of departure? With ParkinGO, MSC customers get 5% discount on parking near the main airports in Europe. Book now to get the best deal! 



    History, gastronomy and fashion
    History, gastronomy and fashion

    A cruise to Italy is an emotional roller coaster. Rome is a tremendous city quite unlike any other, and in terms of historical sights outstrips everywhere else in the country by some way.
    Liguria, the small coastal province along the north-west coast, has long been known as the “Italian Riviera” and is accordingly crowded with sun-seekers for much of the summer.
    In Veneto the main focus of interest is, of course, Venice: a unique city, and every bit as beautiful as its reputation would suggest. Tuscany in central Italy represents perhaps the most commonly perceived image of the country, with its classic rolling countryside and the art-packed towns of Florence and Pisa.

    The south proper begins with the region of Campania. Its capital, Naples, is a unique, unforgettable city, the spiritual heart of the Italian south. Puglia, the “heel” of Italy, has underrated pleasures, too, notably the landscape of its Gargano peninsula and the souk-like qualities of its capital, Bari.

    As for Sicily, the island is really a place apart, with a wide mixture of attractions ranging from some of the finest preserved Hellenistic treasures in Europe, to a couple of Italy’s most appealing Mediterranean beach resorts in Taormina and Cefalù, not to mention some gorgeous upland scenery.