Bagno Sirena (Via Posillipo, 357)
Historical bathing site founded in the far 1850 pearl of the Posillipo district, the “Bagno Sirena”, set in the splendid bay behind the Palazzo Donn’Anna, since 1850 is an oasis of relaxation for those who want a wellness break by the sea, with the sound of the waves and against the background of a magical sunset.
MOltremare Exhibition – Sala Italia
The Mostra d’Oltremare, inaugurated as the Triennial Exhibition of the Italian Overseas Lands on 9 May 1940, was and is a large multi-purpose urban park of about 720,000 square meters, with a prestigious urban and environmental heritage unique of its kind.
Seriously damaged by the bombings of the Second World War, it required – in the early 1950s – an impressive reconstruction project. It represents one of the greatest examples of Italian Rationalist Architecture.
The Exhibition is located in the Neapolitan district of Fuorigrotta: the area is connected with the rest of the city through the integrated transport system, thanks to the stops of the Cumana, line 6 (Show) and line 2 of the underground, the latter hosted at inside the Campi Flegrei railway station.
Sala Italia is one of the conference rooms of the Mediterranean Congress Center, located on the 2nd floor of the structure. Its large and bright windows give onto a large loggia and look onto Viale delle 28 Fontane, making the ceiling full of marine-themed plaster even more impressive.
The entire building is located on the sides of the majestic Esedra Fountain, an imposing fountain surrounded by greenery that, with its 900 square meters of surface area, 12 cascade basins and 24 spectacular fountains, flanks the building, offering to all guests a unique and evocative panorama.