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Napoli Mergellina

Napoli Mergellina
How to reach the port of Naples Mergellina
by car: take the motorway and then take the exit of the Fuorigrotta ring road. From here continue to Mergellina. As a reference point use the road signs for Posillipo which is located in the same area. From the exit, continuing according to the indications, in less than 10 minutes you reach the entrance of the small port.
By train: Naples has 3 main stations from which trains depart from other Italian and foreign cities. The Central Station (Piazza Garibaldi) is the most important: 22 tracks on which trains arrive from all Italian destinations. Naples Mergellina is the intermediate station, close to Molo di Mergellina where hydrofoils leave for the islands of the Gulf. To get to the port of Mergellina you can take the subway (line 2) from the central station of Naples direction Pozzuoli and get off at the Mergellina stop, or bus 152.
By plane: from the airport take the bus, get off at the Molo Beverello stop and here take tram 1 or R3 bus.

Lipari

Lipari
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Lipari is an island of Italy belonging to the archipelago of the Aeolian Islands, in Sicily.
It is part of the municipality of Lipari along with the other Aeolian islands, except the island of Salina, whose territory is divided into the three municipalities of Santa Marina Salina, Malfa and Leni. In antiquity it was already known with the name Lipara in ancient Greek, which means fat, unctuous, and by extension bright, rich and fertile). Also in ancient times, it was called Milogonide or Meligunide (Milogonis or Meligunis.


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