The Galileo conference will be held at the Complesso dei SS. Marcellino e Festo administered by University of Napoli, Neaples, Italy.
Reaching the congress centre from the train station
If you fly to Napoli you will find directly outside the airport (about 200 meters from the exit) a bus stop where you can take the Alibus. The ticket is 5€ and you can buy it directly on board. Alibus arrives at the railway station (Piazza Garibaldi) in about 20 minutes.
From the railway station take the subway (Line 1) to Università station. From there you will reach the Historical Complex of Saints Marcellino and Festo within a 5 minute walk.
Hotel Naples has an agreement with the University Federico II of Napoli and it is located in C.so Umberto I, 55 near the Università stop (Line 1).
Participants will get a discounted price (120€ to 130€ per room per day) if they make a reservation by writing an email to email@example.com
Please use ''8th Galileo Conference, A European vision for hydrological observations and experimentation Naples | Italy | 12–15 June 2023'' as the subject line and specify which room preference you have. The room sizes and price categories are single room with queen-size bed (120€ per night) or king-size bed (130€ per night).
Other hotels, appartments, or B&Bs do not offer discounts. We recommend to find a place near the Università stop (line 1).
Naples, a city in southern Italy, sits on the Bay of Naples.
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