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Dedalo, the free tourist bus connecting the beauty of the Campi Flegrei, kicks off

Dal 25 novembre 2022 al 15 gennaio 2023, i siti archeologici dell’area saranno raggiungibili con questo servizio programmato e finanziato dalla Regione Campania. L’iniziativa è inserita all’interno delle attività previste nell’ambito di Procida Capitale della Cultura 2022.

From November 25th, 2022 to January 15th, 2023, archaeological sites in the area will be accessible with this service planned and funded by the Campania Region. The initiative is included within the activities planned as part of Procida Capital of Culture 2022.
Dedalo is born as an important initiative for the tourism development of the area flegrea that owes its name precisely to the legend of Dedalo, who escaped in flight from Crete and arrived at the top of the city of Cumae to found the temple of Apollo. Moreover, this name evokes in an evocative way the rich Phlegraean road network, thus connecting with the labyrinth of Minos designed by Dedalo himself. Who better than its builder can guide visitors to discover this intricate network, taking them to their destination and making them discover the beauty of this land?

Get on board for free and visit the most beautiful places of Campi Flegrei

In this pre-Christmas period and during all the holidays, until January 15th, 2023, from Thursday to Sunday, from 9.00 to 18.00, two shuttles, of about 30 seats each, will be engaged in 10 daily circular rides in the Campi Flegrei. The planned stages include the following sites of archaeological and cultural interest: Macellum di Pozzuoli, Rione Terra, Anfiteatro Flavio, Archaeological Park of Cuma, Archaeological Museum of the Campi Flegrei in the Castle of Baia, Submerged Park of Baia, Archaeological Park of the Terme di Baia, Piscina Mirabilis and Casina Vanvitelliana.
To make the visit of the Campi Flegrei even easier, the two shuttles will make two different routes and will have as meeting point the port of Baia. Here passengers can move from one bus to another in order to touch all points of interest. The route of the first shuttle includes a series of stages marked by a special poster installed at the bus shelters Eav. This shuttle departs Pozzuoli, heading to Cuma, Lago D’Averno, and Baia (Bacoli) and returns Pozzuoli and then departs again.The second shuttle begins its tour at Torregaveta station, then on to Monte di Procida, Miseno, Baia (Bacoli), with return and subsequent departure again from Torregaveta.
This experimental service is totally free and to use it you just need to get the ticket “Dedalo Pass” within the appropriate area on the SVR di campania>artecard.

The free purchase ends with the receipt of the card “Procida Together”, which gives owners of Artecard the opportunity to use reserved seats to enjoy the wonderful shows in the rich schedule of Procida 2022.

To find out about Dedalo’s timetables, it is possible to download the Moovit app, a project partner, which also gives access to information and timetables of all means of mobility in Naples and Province, so that travelers can enjoy an immersive and fully integrated experience of visiting the area, with an eye also on the fundamental goal of improving the impact of tourism from an environmental sustainability perspective.

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If you want to visit all the archaeological sites in the Campi Flegrei, one week is not enough! In fact, there are as many as 25 archaeological sites. In a weekend you can surely visit the most interesting attractions such as the Piscina Mirabilis, the Castle of Baia with the Archaeological Museum, the Archaeological Excavations of Cuma and the Baths of Baia. Definitely combine nature experiences such as the views of Monte di Procida, the harbor of Acquamorta, Torrefumo promenade and trekking on Monte Nuovo.

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