Giardini Naxos Transportation
If you’re planning to visit Giardino Naxos, located in Sicily, you’ll need to know your transportation options. Here’s how to get to Giardino Naxos and how to get around once you’re there.
Giardini Naxos Buses
From Catania International Airport, you can hop aboard a bus line, Etna Trasporti, which leaves every 45 minutes after the hour during the daytime. In Comiso, only one bus departs for Giardini Naxos per day. If you’re looking for a bus during the evening or morning hours, you’ll usually need to look for alternate transportation. And while buses are available at various pick up points in and around Giardino Naxos, but they are often delayed and depart or arrive later than scheduled. Wear good walking shoes, too, because Giardini Naxos buses typically leave you with about a half a mile walk to your destination.
Train Service to Giardini Naxos
The railway station is north of the Naxos Beach, located on the mainline in Giardini. Service is provided on the Taormina-Giardini train system. Ticket machines are located at the station. You will need to validate your ticket before boarding. The green machines on the platform wall will validate your ticket.
Taxi Service to Giardini Naxos
You can catch a cab from the airports, train stations, and cruise ports around Italy, but it’s not a very cost effective means of transportation to Giardini Naxos.
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