Location Stazione Marittima
The Stazione Marittima of Naples was built in the Fascist era between 1933 and 1936. It is from here that Michelangelo’s Pietà left in 1964 on the Cristoforo Colombo ship that would take it to New York. The exterior decoration reproduces twelve Trani stone medallions: of these, eight depict various geographical locations (East Africa, Rome, Athens, Cairo, Rio De Janeiro, Calcutta and, of course, Naples). The others represent sea and air navigation, a steamer and a Roman ship. There are four bronze metopes, representing Castor and Pollux and the wealth of maritime trade, as well as the classic bronze horses.
Conference Hall Convention Center
Today the Stazione Marittima offers modern and functional structures among the most significant in Naples, its spaces have been the subject of restoration and reorganization, respecting the original architectural lines, thus giving rise to the Congress Center and the commercial gallery. The Congress Center located on the head of the square overlooking Piazza Municipio, with its total surface area of 3,300 m2, is the ideal location for organizing congresses, events and exhibitions. In its 18 multi-purpose congress halls it can host from min. 20 to max 1,800 seats.
Interiors Meeting rooms
Get directions How to reach Stazione Marittima
The Congress Center is 7 km from Naples Capodichino International Airport which offers connections to national and international cities.
From there you can reach the Venue by Taxi or Alibus.
The taxi stand is in front of the arrivals. It takes about 20 minutes to reach the Stazione Marittima. Travel time can vary a lot depending on traffic and times.
The Napoli Centrale train station is about 3 km from the Venue and has fast and frequent connections from Rome Termini and the major Italian cities with the Frecciarossa and Italo trains.
From there you can reach the Congress Center by Taxi, Subway, Bus.
Bus line 151: get off at the “Acton – Molo Beverello” stop and then continue on foot towards the Stazione Marittima.
Bus line R2: get off at the “Via Medina” stop, then continue on foot to “Piazza Municipio” and towards the sea to the square of the Stazione Marittima.
You can also reach the Congress Center by Metro.
Line 1: get off at the “Municipio” stop. Then continue on foot towards the sea to the square of the Stazione Marittima.
The Congress Center is located 4 km from the main motorway exits.
The port area of the Stazione Marittima has several car parks close to the location.
A few steps away from the Venue you can park in the Terminal car park, alternatively nearby there are the Buono car park, or Urban Parking APCOA.