As part of the city’s continued Sustainable Mobility efforts, starting October 1st, Comune di Napoli in collaboration with Naples Agency for Energy and Environment is offering incentives to those who purchase electric/pedal assisted bicycles. The E-pedala facile … anche in salita! campaign was launched as part of European Week of Sustainable Mobility (Sept 16 – 22) […]
The 19th June, the Minister for ‘beni e delle attività culturali e del turismo’, Dario Franceschini, announced that as of 1st July 2014, the ticket system for state run museums and monuments in Italy will change. The changes will be as below: ALL over 25s will have to pay for entry to state run museums and monuments, […]
Fostering cultural, technological, and economic exchanges, Unite the Two Bays is an exciting and innovative project that was launched a few years back by a group of Neapolitans living in San Francisco.
In the planning stages for years, at its completion, the bike path will connect Bagnoli on the west side of the city to San Giovanni a Teduccio on the east and is expected to be the longest in southern Italy.
The 16th station on MetroNapoli’s Line 1, Naples Toledo Metro Station is the next step towards completing the major expansion of the line. A Metro Napoli Stazione delle Art, Metro Art Station, it was designed by the Spanish firm Oscar Tusquets Blanca, with major works of art by William Kentridge and Robert Wilson.
The work of the Milan based Atelier Mendini design firm of Alessandro and Francesco Mendini, Naples Salvator Rosa Metro Station is the product of a collaborative team of artists and architects, a fusion of Naples past, present, and future.
Long live car free Lungomare! Naples Via Caracciolo and Via Partenope will remain a Pedestrian Zone.
Thanks to America’s Cup Naples 2012, the latest addition to WiFi in the City are six new points around Naples Villa Comunale Park.
A thoroughly modern structure, Parcheggio Morelli was sculpted into the bowels of Grotta del Chiatamone. An ancient cave burrowed into Monte Echia, Grotta del Chiatamone recalls some of the most defining periods in Naples history.
Naples Elevators transport passengers between the different levels of the city. There are three public elevators and a fourth is under construction.