Parco Virgiliano

History

If you want to spend some relaxing moments with a pleasant walk in the countryside and with fantastic views to see I recommend you go to the Park Virgiliano. Made in the 1920s and opened in 1931, the Virgiliano is now identified as “The Literary Park”, inspired by the theme of “The Naples of the Grand Tour”, and through new installations of billboards (with songs or thoughts of travelers of the eighteenth century, such as Goethe) in panoramic points should become a symbol of the passage to Naples in the Grand Tour and evoke impressions and feelings expressed by artists of the time.

What makes this Park extraordinary is the great possibility that offers visitors: in a single glance in fact, you can see the islands of Procida, Ischia and Capri, the island of Nisida, the Gulf of Pozzuoli, the neighborhoods of Agnano, Fuorigrotta, Rione Traiano, Plain, the Hermitage of the Camaldoli, the Gulf of Bacoli and the promontory of Capo Miseno, Monte di Procida, Vesuvius, the Vesuvius coast, the Sorrentine Peninsula, the Bay of Trentaremi with its archaeological remains and the historic center of Naples.

Schedule

From Monday to Sunday

From 7:00 to 22:00

Info

Price

Free

Yes

For all

How to get there

Address

Viale Virgilio, Napoli

Public transport

From Piazza Garibaldi take MET20974 and get off at Mergellina, take C21 and get off at Manzoni – Parco Virgiliano, then 8 minutes walk.

From Piazza Garibaldi take Line 2 and get off at Mergellina, take C21 and get off at Manzoni – Parco Virgiliano, then 8 minutes walk.

From Naples Airport take Alibus and get off at Piazza Garibaldi, then take MET20974 and get off at Mergellina, take C21 and get off at Manzoni – Parco Virgiliano, then 8 minutes walk.

From Naples Airport take Alibus and get off at Piazza Garibaldi, then take Line 2 and get off at Mergellina, take C21 and get off at Manzoni – Parco Virgiliano, then 8 minutes walk.

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