Gigantic and monumental, remarkable Centrale Station dominates area next to Piazza Garibaldi to the east of the old city. It’s the main railway station in Naples and its traffic of 50 million passengers per year makes it the sixth largest station in Italy. Combining the works of a whole team of architects, Naples Centrale station has 24 tracks. Among the architectural elements that characterize the building, the pyramid roof stands out. Innovative were also the pillars in the form of tripods upside down that support the canopies placed at the entrance of the station and at the head of the tracks. From here you can take a high-speed train to Turin, Venice, Bologna, Florence, and Salerno as well as many other Italian cities.
Getting Around Naples' Centrale Railway Station
Is Napoli Centrale the same as Garibaldi?
No, but Napoli Centrale and Napoli Garibaldi are both located in the same station. The upper railway hub is Naples Centrale and the Piazza Garibaldi comprises the lower level.
How do I get from Naples Centrale to Amalfi Coast
If you want to reach Amalfi Coast, you can take a regional 40-minute train to Salerno, and from there take a Sita bus from the main station or a ferry from the tourist port.