The Lungomare Francesco Caracciolo in Naples

Published 
Sunday, 21/06/2015
Di
Milena Morreale

The Lungomare di Napoli

The splendid Via Francesco Caracciolo is a 'wide walk overlooking the suggestive gulf of the city of Naples. His name is due to Francesco Caracciolo, admiral and hero of the Neapolitan Republic, hanged in the 1799 from Nelson to the mast of his ship and whose body was later thrown into the sea of ​​the Gulf of Naples and found on the coast of Santa Lucia.

The seafront is flanked by the Villa Comunale and from two wide sidewalks, of which one is tree-lined, and is equipped with one bicycle path.

During the year it is home to numerous events and initiatives that bring together all citizens and more.

Information on the Lungomare Francesco Caracciolo

How to get:

  • Address: Lungomare Caracciolo
  • From Piazza Garibaldi: Metro line L1, Mergellina station, about 15 minutes on foot | Central Funicular: Augusteo stop, reach Santa Lucia and a few minutes later you are on the Lungomare | Chiaia funicular: via dei Mille, a few minutes on foot and you are in Piazza Vittoria
Are you looking for something in particular?

Subscribe to the Newsletter

* compulsory

Please select the enabling fields you would like to know about:

You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the link in the footer of our emails. For information on our privacy practices, please visit our website.

We use Mailchimp as our marketing platform. By clicking below to sign up, you acknowledge that your information will be transferred to Mailchimp for processing.Find out more about Mailchimp's privacy here.

Work with us
linkedin Facebook Pinterest youtube rss Twitter Instagram facebook-Blank rss blank LinkedIn-blank Pinterest youtube Twitter Instagram