For relatively short journeys like the one from Venice to Naples, you could also choose to travel by carpooling, cheaper alternative, or by train, an ecological choice.
Despite being extremely cheap, the bus is also very slow and getting from Venice to Naples by bus will take you a while. You could consider travelling by plane, getting low-cost tickets if you can book in advance.
How many connections are there to go Naples from Venice by bus per day?
20 bus connections exist to reach Naples from Venice. Please know that there are 13 routes which include at least one change versus only 7 routes which are direct lines per day. Consequently, please notice that even if the trip is longer, a ticket with one change is sometimes much more efficient especially if there are too few connections and if you look for a ticket at the last moment. We strongly recommend you to select a ticket for a direct line if you prefer not to change buses.
When are the buses from Venice to Naples scheduled?
The average duration of the journey is 11 hours and 17 minutes, but the fastest bus connections get you to Naples in 10 hours. The first bus is scheduled at 11:12 and the last one at 23:09.
Which bus companies serve the route Venice - Naples?
Among the several partners of virail, you can also find Marino, BusCenter and FlixBus, offering buses from Venice to Naples.
Flixbus is undoubtedly one of the youngest and most famous bus companies in whole Europe. With more than 40 millions passengers only in 2017, Flixbus offers national and international bus connections, also with night buses.
Marino is an Italian company mostly active in Southern Italy, but providing bus connections driving up to Northern Italy and also to France, Switzerland and Germany.