Pietrarsa is, in its kind, one of the most interesting railway museums on the world scene!
Il Pietrarsa Historic Train Express falls, by right, among the most fascinating and suggestive experiences. You can board a fantastic historical train of the 30 years, with an electric locomotive and coaches of the last century.
Pietrarsa Express is a leap in the past, along the first, and historic, railway line from Naples to Portici. Two trips a month, according to schedule and scheduled times with the possibility to visit at the end of the trip, this fantastic museum.
We are sure that the journey, on board the historic train, will excite both adults and children.
The Historic Pietrarsa Express train runs one morning and one in the afternoon, from both directions, always with the following times and stops:
Napoli Centrale - Pietrarsa - Portici / Ercolano: departure at 10: 25 and arrival at 10: 49.
Portici / Ercolano -Pietrarsa - Naples Piazza Garibaldi - Naples Campi Flegrei: departure at 12: 49 and arrival at 13: 35
Campi Flegrei - Mergellina - Piazza Garibaldi - Pietrarsa - Portici / Ercolano: departure at 14: 20 and arrival at 15: 06.
Portici / Ercolano - Pietrarsa - Naples Piazza Garibaldi - Mergellina - Naples Campi Flegrei: departure at 17: 50 and arrival at 18: 36.
2018 DEPARTURES CALENDAR
The Pietrarsa Express historical train operates exclusively two days a month, according to the following schedule:
1 and 15 July
5 and 19 August
2 and 16 September
7 21 and October
4 and 18 November
Adults and children from 12 years up, pay the full rate of 12,00 € per person. Includes return trip with seating, and admission to the National Railway Museum of Pietrarsa.
The reduced ticket (children from 4 years to 12 not completed) costs 6,00 €.
Free for children up to 4 years, provided they are accompanied by at least one paying adult. They will not have a seat on the train.
The only train journey (always in the round trip formula, with a seat) costs 6,00 € per adult and reduced 3,00 €.
You can buy the ticket on the official Trenitalia website from this link. By entering the dates in which the historical train operates, you just use the site's internal search engine.