Naples‘ central train station is called Stazione Centrale and is located at Piazza Garibaldi. The street south of the station is called Corso Lucci, while the street on the north side is called Corso Meridionale. Metro line 2 provides a connection to thet center and there is a direct Circumvesuviano train to Pompei.
Naples Central Station
There is a metro stop at the central station of Naples (Garibaldi) and of course several bus lines stop there as well (116, 175, 191, 192, 194, 195, 455, 460, 470D, 472, 475, 616, C57, N3, N4, N5, N8, R5).
There are direct connections to all major Italian cities. The Trenitalia ticket office is open from 06:15 to 21:00, while the NTV (Italo) office is open from 06:15 to 22:30. There are also vending machines, but don’t assume they work. The last time we were in Naples ourselves, they were almost all broken. It is therefore advisable to book in advance.
Airport and Ferry Connections
The bus company Alibus connects the station with the port and with Capodichino Airport.
The Central Station Naples Tourist Office (called EPT here) is on the first floor, near tracks 22- and 23. General information and train information can be found in the Galleria Commerciale.
Disabled people who need assistance can go to the Corso Lucci.
Lost & Found
The office for Lost Objects (Oggetti Smarriti) is not located in the central station itself, but nearby, in Via Jacopo De Gennaro, 96/98. You must first visit the Polizia Ferroviaria office (see below) to make a report.
The Metropark di Napoli Centrale is a guarded parking lot open 24 hours a day. It is located in Corso Lucci. You pay 2 Euro for the first hour and 2.50 Euro per hour for the following hours.
Maggiore has an office at track 21.
The railroad police (Polfer) is located at tracks 4-5. There is a second office at the Corso Meridionale exit.
Shopping Central Station Naples
There is an official store of the Napoli soccer team in the middle of the main hall of the station. Moleskine and Swarovski also have stores there and there is even an old-fashioned barber. Naples’ train station, like that of all other major cities in Italy, is starting to look more and more like a shopping mall anyway.