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Circumvesuviana of Naples, with lines, stops, history, schedules and prices.

Circumvesuviana of Naples
Circumvesuviana of Naples

Circumvesuviana of Naples

All the details on the Circumvesuviana of Naples, with lines, stops, history, timetables and prices.

History

La Circumvesuviana Railway of Naples, is one of the main arteries of public transport in the Vesuvian area, inaugurated in 1884 with the single line Naples - Baiano, passing through Nola, by the company Chemin de fer Naples-Nola-Baiano et extensions.

It was only in the 1890, precisely the November 18, that the Circumvesuviana assumed a role much more similar to that currently held, with the new line Naples - Ottaviano, extended up to St. Joseph Vesuvius the next year.

In 1901 there was the change of hands under the management of the anonymous Company Southern Secondary Railway Roads which extended the areas served by the line to Sarno and inaugurated a new line that followed the coast line, serving municipalities such as Portici, Ercolano, Torre del Greco, Torre announces and Pompeii, and then re-link to the Sarno line at Poggiomarino, completing a ring of railway network around the Vesuvius, from which it derives the name Circumvesuviana.

It was electrified in the 1905 on the line Naples - Pompeii - Poggiomarino, in the first post-war period followed the rest of the railway line.

In 1934 the line was inaugurated Torre Annunziata - Pompeii Excavations - Castellammare di Stabia, already electrified.

After the reconstruction following the bombardments of the Second World War and the eruption of Vesuvius del 1944, resumed work on the extension to Sorrento, begun in the previous decade. With a gallery of almost 10km between Castellammare di Stabia and Vico Equense, the 6 January 1948 fully entered the Sorrento section.

From years' 70 onwards the railway underwent various upgrades, up to 1985 when the works for the line began Pomigliano D'Arco - Scisciano, under the funds allocated by the Campania Region to which the network of the Circumvesuviana was entrusted in management commission. The new section was completed only in the 1997.

During the late 90 and early 2000 years, the network underwent further modernization with the introduction of new stops.

Only in 2001 commissarial management ceased to leave space for the company Circumvesuviana SRL owned by the Campania Region.

In the same period the branch was inaugurated Botteghelle - San Giorgio a Cremano (Line Naples - Baiano), while in the 2009 the Naples - Poggiomarino section between the Boscoreale and Boscotrecase stations was reopened.

In 2012 the company is incorporated byEAV (Autonomous Body Volturno).

The Circumvesuviana lines

The entire route counts over 25 millions of annual passengers divided on 6 lines:

  • Naples - Nola - Baiano line
  • Naples Line - Ottaviano - Sarno
  • Naples - Pompeii - Poggiomarino Line
  • Naples Line - Botteghelle - San Giorgio a Cremano
  • Torre Annunziata Line - Sorrento
  • Pomigliano d'arco line - Acerra

The Circumvesuviana stops

Naples - Torre Annunziata - Sorrento

  • Naples Porta Nolana
  • Naples P.zza Garibaldi
  • Via Gianturco
  • San Giovanni a Teduccio
  • Bar
  • S. Maria del Pozzo
  • S. Giorgio
  • S. Giorgio - Cav. Bronze
  • Portici Bellavista
  • Portici Via Libertà
  • Ecolano Scavi
  • Ercolano - Miglio D'Oro
  • Greek's tower
  • Via S.Antonio
  • Via del Monte
  • Via dei Monaci
  • Villa of the Brooms
  • Leopardi
  • Via Viuli
  • trecase
  • Torre A. Olponti a.
  • Torre A. Olponti p.
  • Pompeii Excavations - Villa Misteri
  • Moregine
  • Persian Bridge
  • Pioppaino
  • Via Nocera
  • Castellammare
  • Pozzano
  • Scrajo
  • Vico Equense
  • Sejanus
  • Meta
  • Plan
  • S. Lamb
  • Sorrento

Naples - Pomigliano - Acerra - Nola - Baiano

  • Naples Porta Nolana
  • Naples P.zza Garibaldi
  • Naples Centro Direzionale
  • Poggioreale
  • Botteghelle
  • Madonnelle
  • Embankment - Palasport
  • Villa Visconti
  • Vesuvio - De Meis
  • Bartolo Longo
  • St. George

Naples - Torre Annunziata - Poggiomarino

  • Naples Porta Nolana
  • Naples P.zza Garibaldi
  • Via Gianturco
  • San Giovanni a Teduccio
  • Bar
  • S. Maria del Pozzo
  • S. Giorgio
  • S. Giorgio - Cav. Bronze
  • Portici Bellavista
  • Portici Via Libertà
  • Ecolano Scavi
  • Ercolano - Miglio D'Oro
  • Greek's tower
  • Via S.Antonio
  • Via del Monte
  • Via dei Monaci
  • Villa of the Brooms
  • Leopardi
  • Via Viuli
  • trecase
  • Torre A. Olponti a.
  • Torre A. Olponti p.
  • Boscotrecase
  • Boscoreale
  • Pompeii
  • Scafati
  • Saint Peter
  • Via Cangiani
  • Poggiomarino a.

Naples - Ottaviano - Sarno

  • Naples Porta Nolana
  • Naples P.zza Garibaldi
  • Via Gianturco
  • San Giovanni a Teduccio
  • Bar
  • Ponticelli
  • Vesuvio - De Meis
  • cercola
  • Pollena
  • Guindazzi
  • Madonna of the Arch
  • Sant'anastasia
  • Old Market
  • Somma Vesuviana
  • Trieste district
  • Ottaviano
  • San Leonardo
  • San Giuseppe
  • Casilli
  • Terzigno
  • Bow
  • Poggiomarino a.
  • Poggiomarino p.
  • Striano
  • San Valentino Torio
  • Sarno

Naples - Pomigliano - Acerra - Nola - Baiano

  • Naples Porta Nolana
  • Naples P.zza Garibaldi
  • Naples Centro Direzionale
  • Poggioreale
  • Botteghelle
  • Volla
  • Willow
  • casalnuovo
  • La Pigna
  • Talona
  • Piedmont Park
  • Pratola Ponte
  • Pomigliano a.
  • Pomigliano p.
  • Alfa Lancia 2
  • Alfa Lancia 4
  • Acerra
  • Pomigliano p.
  • Castelcisterna
  • brusciano
  • De Ruggiero
  • Vittorio Veneto
  • Marigliano
  • S. Vitaliano
  • Scisciano
  • Saviano
  • Nola a.
  • Nola p.
  • Cimitile
  • Camposano
  • Cicciano
  • Roccaralnola
  • Avella
  • Baiano a.

Circumvesuviana tickets

To move on Circumvesuviana of Naples, you can buy the business ticket at the price of 1,30 €, it is valid for a single ride in the Suburban area.

You can even travel with the integrated ticket (TIC) from 1,60 €. The travel title entitles you to a single ride along the Suburban and 1 single-ride stops on all other means of the consortium, within 90 minutes.

Outside the urban area, you need to buy a ticket of the appropriate range.

The Circumvesuviana timetables

The Circumvesuviana is operating in 2 different time slots, weekdays and holidays, with two different routes Diretto (D) and Direttissimo (DD).

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