Don't wait to find timetables at the bus stop, counting on regular buses was until a couple of years ago impossible in Naples, due to the very disordered and complex traffic, you will at most find the interval of time between two consecutive buses. Metro: You will observe 2 metro networks. The first metro network starts from the Gianturco passing by Napoli-Piazza Garibaldi, the railway station, and goes to Pozzuoli, the local call this just Metropolitana or "Metropolitana di Piazza Garibaldi". This serves the hystorical centrum and is the one you'll most likely use as tourist. The second and newest line serves for the moment the newest part of the city leaving from Piazza Vanvitelli and going to Secondigliano, in the near future also this metro should arrive to Napoli-Piazza Garibaldi. By Funiculars: A really nice way to get a perfect view on the city is using the funiculars scaling the hill of the Vomero from stations at Piazza Montesanto, Amadeo and Augusto. By car: You must have a lot of care in Naples if you rent a car to tour Italy. The city isn't more crowded than Florence or Rome or that routes are in worse condition. But in some manner the way the traffic flows the indomitable Neapolitan spirit and the complete disregard for traffic laws combine to make driving in Naples a harrowing experience.
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