Pedamentina San MartinoCurrently Open
- Address: Via Pedamentina S. Martino, 33, 80126 Napoli NA, Italy, Naples
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: View Point, Family And Kids
It can be a little confusing to know what the Pedamentina is. Simply put, it is an ascending stairway path of 414 steps from the 14th century that connects the Corso Vittorio Emanuele up to Piazzale San Martino atop Vomero Hill. In other words, it’s a really good workout. The public transport listed here are meant to take you straight to the top of the hill and you can work your way down if you wish. Either way, the drool worthy views stretching away as far as the eye can see in every direction is worth the climb up. And since you’re on top, you might as well head over to Castel Sant’Elmo’s rooftop terrace for an even higher viewpoint. The path is superbly charming.
- Funicular F1 stop Cimarosa
- Funicular F2 stop Morghen
- Funicular F3 stop Petraio
- Subway 5, L2 stop Stazione Napoli Montesanto.
- Subway L1 stop Vanvitelli
- Bus V1 stop Sant'Elmo
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Highly recommend trip from the Sant' Elmo Castle to the iconic road named "Spaccanapoli" . It's a panoramic stair that will allow you to see the city from a high position. A very beautiful place.
Historical stairway to connect the amazing Castel Sant'Elmo and the Certosa di San Martino, with the historical center of the city, dating back to the 13th century. The view is stunning, suggestion is, if you'd rather walk than climb, and you enjoy viewing the landscape VS steps, to take the subway to vanvitelli stop or the funicolare di montesanto to the Morghen stop, visit the castle and the Certosa and then climb down to the old town using the Pedamentina stairway. Bring your camera with you!!
lots of stairs but the view is lovely
Long flight of stairs built in the XIV century. The way up to Castel Sant'Elmo
You can skip the stairs, unless you want an exercise.