Vanvitelli (Naples Metro)

Vanvitelli is an underground metro station that serves Line 1 on the Naples Metro. It was opened on 28 May 1993 as the southern terminus of the inaugural section of Naples Metro, between Vanvitelli and Colli Aminei. On 5 April 2001, the line was extended to Museo, and Vanvitelli ceased to be the terminus.[1]

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Vanvitelli
Naples Metro station
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LocationPiazza Vanvitelli, Naples
Operated byANM
Line(s)Line 1
ConnectionsCentral Funicular
Chiaia Funicular
Montesanto Funicular
Urban and suburban buses.
History
Opened1993
Services
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The station was built according to the plans of Michele Capobianco and has undergone a radical restoration (thanks to which the station is part of the circuit of art stations) directed by Michele Capobianco and his son Lorenzo Capobianco with artistic consulting by Achille Bonito Oliva.

The entrances are placed in the four corners of Piazza Vanvitelli, as well as an underground corridor that leads from the station directly to the two funiculars namely that of Chiaia and Central. The descent to the level of the tracks is via two sets of fixed stairs and furniture while the output directly via a single ramp. You can also make use of the elevators.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Schwandl, Robert. "Napoli". urbanrail.

See alsoEdit

Line 1
Frullone
 
 
 
 
Chiaiano
 
 
 
 
 
 
Piscinola
Colli Aminei
 
 
 
Policlinico
 
 
Miano
Rione Alto
 
 
Regina Margherita
Montedonzelli
 
 
 
Secondigliano
Medaglie d'Oro
 
 
 
 
Di Vittorio
Quattro Giornate
 
 
 
 
 
Capodichino Aeroporto  
Vanvitelli
 
 
 
 
 
Poggioreale
Salvator Rosa
 
 
 
 
Tribunale
Materdei
 
 
 
Centro Direzionale
Museo
 
 
Garibaldi
Dante
 
 
Duomo
Toledo
 
 
Università
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Municipio

Coordinates: 40°50′38″N 14°13′55″E / 40.84389°N 14.23194°E / 40.84389; 14.23194