Piazza Garibaldi is one of the most important and bustling squares of the city of Naples, as there are the Central StationTwo subways, circumvesuviana and bus and taxi stations and several large ones historic hotels.
The square, dedicated to Giuseppe Garibaldi, hosts from the 1904 the statue ofhero of the two worlds created by the artist Cesare Zocchi.
The modern layout of the square has been conferred by the realization of the Garibaldi station of Metro 1 line designed by the architect Dominique Perrault. The peculiarity of the new underground station is determined by the presence of a long steel pergola surmounted by perforated Teflon panels that repair the numerous escalators intertwined and suspended in space.
It is also one of the stops of the line 2.
Information on Piazza Garibaldi
How to Get There:
Subway 1 Line, Garibaldi stop
Subway 2 Line, Garibaldi stop
Naples Central Station
192, 194, 195, 150, 151, 540, C40, R2 Garibaldi stop