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.
Introducing the city’s latest innovations in sustainable mobility to the community, the city hopes to encourage people to give up their cars and choose more environmentally friendly and sustainable modes of transportation.
Long live car free Lungomare! Naples Via Caracciolo and Via Partenope will remain a Pedestrian Zone.
On the drawing board for years, construction of the pista ciclabile, Naples bike path officially started on January 19th. A 20km route, it will connect Bagnoli at Porta del Parco on the west side of the city to Piazza Garibaldi.
Naples, Italy may be a bustling and chaotic city but it is not without its green space and blue. It boasts over 50 parks and gardens, some 15 or 20 private and public bathing establishments and two natural reserves.