Naples is the third city in Italy for population, and the main city in Southern Italy. It was the former capital of the Two Sicilies Kingdom and it hosts the most ancient public university in Europe. It is a vibrant city, renowned throughout the world for its art, architecture and culture.
Its Mediterranean climate, with mild temperature even in winter, and its excellent food encourage visits in any period of the year.
The Workshop will take place at the Pacanowski Palace.
Pacanowski Palace is a modern building designed by the renowned architect Davide Pacanowski and located in the heart of the city. It overlooks the entire Gulf of Naples, with Castel dell’Ovo and the new “freed” waterfront. The building is U-shaped, with a central garden court open to the sea. A wonderful view of the city can be enjoyed from its garden and terraces.
Several hotels and B&B are available within walking distance and a range of prices.
How to get there:
by train: from Napoli Centrale Railway Station; go underground (Napoli Piazza Garibaldi Station) and take the L1 metro (2 stops); then walk to the venue. Alternatively, take a taxi from the Station directly to the Workshop venue.
by plane: from Naples International Airport (Capodichino Airport) take the Alibus and stop to Napoli Centrale Railway Station; go underground (Napoli Piazza Garibaldi Station) and take the L1 metro (2 stops); then walk to the venue. Alternatively, it is possible to take a taxi from either Napoli Centrale Railway Station or Capodichino Airport.