The primary train station in Naples is called, appropriately, Napoli Centrale. Built-in 1950s-1960s, it opens onto the huge historic Piazza Garibaldi.
There are 25 tracks at Naples’ Centrale station, serving about 137,000 people per day with daily service to cities all over Italy. Centrale is also connected to an underground station called Napoli Piazza Garibaldi, which is served by Naples’ Metro Line 2.
On the platform level of the station, there are shops and restaurants, as well as a ticket office, tourist information office, and currency exchange. The KiPoint left luggage facility is in one corner, not far from track two, which is also near where the restrooms are located. Additional restrooms are located on the underground level, as are more shops, restaurants, and access to the Metro.
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