Social dinner will be on Tuesday March 27th at 20:00. The cost is included in the workshop fee.
The dinner is held at Le Arcate, a restaurant with panoramic view in Via Aniello Falcone 249 on the Vomero hill.
A private transfer to the restaurant is at your disposal at 7:15 pm in front of Hotel Vesuvio. At the end of the dinner the buses will get you back to via Santa Lucia and to piazza Municipio .
For those who prefer to get to the restaurant by themselves, it will take about 1 hour of relaxed walk, city sightseeing and public transports. Different routes are proposed at the end of this page.
Accompanying persons are welcome to the dinner, at the cost of 60€ that can be paid on site. Please indicate accompanying persons in the registration form or contact info@FRcongressi.it.
1) By Funicolare: walk to Piazza Plebiscito (see map), take your time to see Teatro San Carlo and Galleria Umberto and continue on Via Toledo. Near Teatro Augusteo take Funicolare Centrale, the most ancient Neapolitan funicular, that reaches in 10 minutes Piazza Fuga on top of the hill of Vomero. Walk downhill (map) along Via Cimarosa or Via Scarlatti (pedestrian path), turn left at Via Luca Giordano, go down two flights of stairs , turn right in Via A.Falcone and you'll find the restaurant at about 200 meters on your left. From Piazza Fuga it's about 15 minutes walking .
2) Take the opportunity to see some of the ART STATIONS of Naples Metro 1. Walk 25 minutes (see map) though Piazza Plebiscito and pedestrian Via Toledo to take Metro1 (direction Piscinola) at Toledo station, one of the most beautiful Art Stations. Get off at Piazza Vanvitelli, on top of the hill of Vomero. Walk downhill (map) along pedestrian Via Scarlatti, turn left at Via Luca Giordano, go down two flights of stairs , turn right at Via A.Falcone and you'll find the restaurant at about 200 meters on your left. From Piazza Vanvitelli it's about 15 minutes walking (...much more if you like shopping!)
3) If you want to stretch your legs, you can have a nice 45 minutes walk, along the seafront Via Caracciolo and up to the hill of Vomero, through the ancient Calata San Francesco.