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The workshop will be held at the Aula Magna of the Centro
Congressi Federico II, Naples
Here is a map including the Conference Centre, and the B&B and Hotels listed in the accomodation page:
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How to reach Naples
Naples is located about 240 km south of Rome.
Naples' international airport Capodichino
has connections with all domestic destinations and the most important
Naples can be reached by train from Rome in about 1 hour and half. All the trains stop in the main station Napoli Centrale (or Napoli Piazza Garibaldi, in the same location, but underground).
From north take motorway A1 to Naples, take Tangenziale heading to Pozzuoli, take the exit Fuorigrotta. Follow the signs for NAPOLI CENTRO. After crossing the namesake gallery, you reach Mergellina. Going along Caracciolo promenade, you reach Via Partenope.
How to reach Via Partenope by public transportation
From train station (Napoli Centrale/Piazza Garibaldi)
Bus line: 151, stop: Via Chiatamone, Via Partenope is on the left in the direction of the sea, a 5 minutes walk.
From Capodichino Airport
Alibus (Piazza Municipio stop) then bus line R3 (Piazza Vittoria stop, a 10 minutes walk straight on the promenade tin the direction of the castle on the sea- Castel dell'Ovo-that you may see on from the street).
Bus line R3 (P.zza Vittoria stop, 10 minutes walk straight on the promenade
in the direction of the castle on the sea- Castel dell'Ovo-that you may
see on from the street)
Please note that Metro stations are quite far from Centro Congressi. Metro line1 and Metro line2 stop in the city centre.
Metro, buses, and all other public transportations can be taken with the same ticket Unico for a maximum of 90 minutes; the cost is 1,20 Euros.
Taxi: you can call a taxi at one of the following numbers
(+39 is the Italian country code):
The fare of a taxi ride (daytime) to the Centro Congressi and the Hotels nearby the Center is