|Popular in||August||High demand for flights, 12% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||February||Best time to find cheap flights, 6% potential price drop|
|Average price||S$ 1,076||Average for round-trip flights in January 2021|
|Round-trip from||S$ 772||From Singapore to Naples|
Ischia is a lovely island off the southwest of Italy, and those who are visiting it from the United Kingdom will find travel there quick and easy. Ischia does not have its own international airport, but there is one very close in Naples (NAP). Depending on where you are coming from in the UK, travel times can vary 2h 40m to 7h 30m. Some of the longer flights do include layovers in various spots. For specific examples, one can leave Manchester and fly into Naples on Lufthansa airlines, make one stop along the way, and have a total travel time of 4h 15m. Another option is a flying with Brussels air from the same city and getting in 5h and 45m later. Flybe, TUI Airways, Eurowings, and SWISS Air also offer flights to and from Naples.
London is a great spot to get a nonstop flight into Naples, for those looking to visit Ischia. Typically, these flights last about 2h and 40m. The airlines that offer these flights are easyJet and TUI Airways, and both airlines have a number of options throughout the day and week. As such, British travelers who need to get to Ischia quickly and easily can do so and thus spend more time visiting the area or attending to business needs.
Ischia is an island off the coast of Italy, so direct public transportation is not available. Once arriving in Naples, the easiest and most direct course to reach the island is to head for one of the maritime ports of Porta di Massa or Beverello. At that point, you can cross the waters by either a ferry or hydrofoil. This is a fun and simple process that many travelers enjoy and arranging this before travel is quick and simple to do.
The island of Ischia is beautiful with plenty of things to enjoy and places to visit. It is well known for its thermal waters that are mineral-rich that people like to see. There are also hot springs at Maronti beach to the south. Some people like to head for the Aragonese Castle right off the back or check out Giardini la Mortella, which is a panoramic garden and concert venue. Like many popular spots, the island has lots of restaurants to enjoy as well as specialty shops to browse through. And of course, there’s always the beach where visitors can play in the water while catching some sun.
Uk citizens can go to and from Italy with ease if they hold either a full UK passport or a BOTC, BPP, BOC, or BS passport. As such, a visa for travelers is not generally needed. However, if one happens to be a non-EU national who is in the UK and wants to go to Ischia, he or she will be required to get a Schengen visa to travel to Italy. These visas are usually obtained without trouble, but one should apply for it a couple of weeks before travel at the very least in order to make sure it is in hand before leaving.