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MOSTRA D'OLTREMARE S.P.A.

Viale Kennedy, 54 - 80125 Napoli, Napoli (NA), Campania - Italia Phone: 081/7258000 Fax: 081/7258009

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The City Implementation Plan (PUA) passed in 2005 envisages, by 2010, the implementation and development of the existing facilities inside the Mostra d’Oltremare. A plan whose target is to increase the scores of offers the local area isalready able to boast.

The multifunctional park hosts exhibition and congress areas and spaces put to use for culturalevents. Exhibitions get 10 of the pavilions, measuring from 600 to 3,000 m2, and properly fitted to guarantee quality services. Cultural events (concerts, speshows) are held in splendid architectural designs, amongst the finest of the period. An outstanding complex is the Arena Flegrea, designed in 1940 by architect G. De Luca and reopened in 2001. This is the first open-air opera theatre in Italy, with a capacity of 6,000 seats, and perfectly blending in the landscape. Designed using travertine marble, the theatre evokes the linear and bombastic spaces typical of Fascist architecture. Like the recently renovated Latin American Pavilion (1940, architect B. La Padua, 1952, M. Capobianco, A. Marsiglia, A. Sbriciolo), with architectural elements recalling functionalism, it is the ideal venue for quality art exhibitions.

As far as leisure time is concerned, Mostra d’Oltremare can rely on an 820-seat theatre, two swimming pools, four tennis courts and a playground. It can also boast one of the largest congress centres in southern Italy, with 30 halls able to accommodate 2,000 people. In 2006, the imposing Fontana dell’Esedra was reopened,a perfect location for gala evenings, used to arrange spectacular games of water and light and to host musical events. The arboretum and the “Bagni di Fasilides” pool add enormously to the site’s enchantment. In 2007, works will start on the former ISEF to turn it into a new congress centre, with a conference hall equipped to accommodate up to 1,400 seats. 2009 will see the building of the largest congress facility in Italy, with a conference hall for 5,000 seats and supporting exhibition areas. In 2010, the Mostra d’Oltremare will be able to count on two new hotels, restaurants, cultural facilities and a Borgo dell’Artigianato dedicated to the Fair’s users and tourists.

This bustling city, so tumultuous and warm-hearted, breathes out an irresistible charm. Observe the explosion of colours from washing hanging out to dry, the body language of shopkeepers, the demonstrations, the devotion to religious icons and the view of the Gulf, and you’ll soon understand how seldom it is one experiences cities so thrilling.

Spaccanapoli It starts from the Vomero hills winding through via Toledo, the city’s business showcase, piazza del Gesù Nuovo and ends in piazza Garibaldi. Formed by narrow and long alleys, and flanked by rows of imposing Baroque buildings.

Medieval City Corso Umberto I separates the Greek-Roman and Medieval parts of the city, and runs along the slums that lead to piazza del Mercato and the church of Santa Maria del Carmine.

Castel dell’Ovo Symbol of the Borgo Marinaro, standing on the islet of Magheride.

Maschio Angioino One of the most famous monuments in Naples, with its distinctive trapezoidal layout and the five cylindrical and battlemented towers.

Capodimonte One of the finest architectural designs of the Borbone, hosting the most extraordinary picture gallery in Naples.

Reggia di Caserta (27 km from Naples) Splendid Borbone building, built in 1751. The park surrounding the Reggia, with its waterfalls and ponds, makes a breathtaking scenery.

ALBERGHI

Excelsior ****
VIA PARTENOPE 48, TEL. 0817640111
WWW.EXCELSIOR.IT
Imposing and refined, steeped in tradition, great view on the Gulf and on Mount Vesuvius; high-class comfort, remarkable facilities, the La Terrazza restaurant on the seventh floor affords a panoramic view.

Majestic ****
LARGO VASTO A CHIAIA 68
TEL. 081416500, WWW.PRESTIGEHOTELS.IT
Set in the elegant area of the town centre, high-class hotel, completely renovated, with medium-size rooms decorated with briarwood furnishing, and bathrooms with marble facing. Ristorante La Giara with typical and international cuisine.

Mercure Napoli Garibaldi ***
VIA G. RICCIARDI 33, TEL. 0816908111
WWW.ACCORHOTELS.COM/ITALIA, MEUBLÉ
Comfortable hotel right near the central station and to the Circumvesuviana, and 3 km from the airport. Breakfast buffet either salty or sweet.

Nuovo Rebecchino ***
CORSO GARIBALDI 356, TEL. 0815535327
WWW.NUOVOREBECCHINO.IT, MEUBLÉ
Well-positioned near the railway station, architectural design dating back to the end of the 19th century, when the place was built. Thoroughly renovated, spacey rooms and elegant.

RESTAURANTS

Da Ettore
VIA S. LUCIA 56, TEL. 0817640498
CLOSED SUNDAY
Central position, family run for a long time. Specialized in seafood and pizzas, open until midnight: scamorza with bruschetta, risotto alla pescatora, spaghetti alle vongole, roast squid and mixed fried fish.

Giuseppe a Mare
VIA F. RUSSO 13, TEL. 0815756002
CLOSED SUNDAY EVENING AND MONDAY
At Posillipo, nice and rustic, reputed as being the institution in Neapolitan seafood cuisine; the menu is mainly seafood with the most traditional dishes, raw seafood hors d’oeuvre, the scialatielli fiorilli and truffles, coccio all’acqua pazza.

Umberto
VIA ALABARDIERI 30, TEL. 081418555
WWW.UMBERTO.IT
CLOSED MONDAY
At the heart of the city, one of Italy’s historical restaurants. Famous for its creative cuisine steeped in tradition, and for the variety of local specialities, besides vegetarian dishes and courses for people on gluten-free diets. Try out the delicious pizzas, Naples-.

The coolest spots in the evening are piazza Bellini, Spaccanapoli around piazza del Gesù Nuovo, piazza Giulio Rondino and Mergellina, the Borgo Marinaro and the famous piazza del Plebiscito, in the lower side of town.

Gran Caffè Gambrinus
VIA CHIAIA 1/2, TEL. 081417582
The 19th century café par excellence, graced by Giuseppe Verdi, strategically positioned in piazza del Plebiscito. Try the excellent coffee, peeping at the waiters in tailcoat and admiring the marble and golden mouldings.

Intramoenia
PIAZZA BELLINI 70, TEL. 081290720
One of the most charming spots in Naples. The many books inside make it look like a literary café.

Augustus
VIA TOLEDO 147, TEL. 0815513540
Historical variety of typical food such as the mozzarella di bufala.

E. Marinella
RIVIERA DI CHIAIA 287, TEL. 081764214
On the elegant Naples Riviera, since 1914, with his innate sense of good taste and formal rigour, interprets male elegance through his fine ties.

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