Following the updated timetable (January 2019) for the Tiemme Line 131-R. Please comment for any question.
The updated (January 2019) timetable for the line 5070 Amalfi – Sorrento. For any questions please comment.
In the last 80 years the NLG, Navigazione Libera del Golfo (NLG), has operated in the Gulf of Naples ferrying passengers to the island of Capri, Sorrento and Amalfi and the coast of Positano.
Moreover, since the 1970s NLG has expanded with the creation of lines of collagation with the Tremiti islands in the Adriatic Sea.
Contact: +39081 552 07 63 – info [@] navlib.it – customercare [@] navlib.it
Many routes are not available during the winter time, here are the available routes:
Naples – Capri
Naples – Sorrento
In order to reach Venice from Mestre with the public transport you can use train or bus. It is said that the most convenient way is to take a train. From Mestre to Venice leave direct trains, the average journey time is just 10 minutes. The tickets cost 1,25 EUR. The tickets can be bought in the ticket vending machines at the train station, in tabaccherie or in kiosk.
Mestre is also well connected with Venice by buses of the ACTV company. All buses stop in Venice at Piazzale Roma, that is situated near Venice train station Santa Lucia. The average journey time is 15-30 minutes depending on where you take a bus in Mestre.
Several ACTV buses timetable (updated on 01.07.16)
Line M5 of the Milan Subway is distinguished by the lilac color used for logo, the map and the decoration of stations and trains.
Currently, line M5 is under construction. Once finished, it connects the city from the north (Bignami terminus) to the west (San Siro Stadio terminus).
Line M5 of Milan Metro crosses line M3 at stop Zara, line M2 and lines S1, S2, S5, S6, S7, S8, S11, S13 at stop Garibaldi FS. Once finished, it crosses line M1 at stop Lotto and linea S3, S4 at stop Domodossola.
Line M5 of Milan Metro is active from 6am to 0:00am. The frequency of the trains varies on average from 2 to 4 minutes.
Lilac line M5 of Milan Metro has no branches.
The first part, between Bignami and Zara, was opened in 2013 and the second part, between Zara and Garibaldi, in 2014. The completion of the third part (Garibaldi-San Siro Stadio) is planned in 2015.
The line will have 19 stations. Currently only the part Bignami-Garibaldi Fs is active.
Under construction: scheduled to open in 2015
San Siro Ippodromo
San Siro Stadio
Line M3 of the Milan Subway is distinguished by the color yellow used for logo, the map and the decoration of stations and trains.
Line M3 connects the city from the north, with Comasina terminus, to the south, with San Donato terminus . The line has no branches.
Line M3 of Milan Metro is active from 6am to 0:30am. Over the weekend closing time is extended. During the night the line is replaced by night bus. The frequency of the trains varies on average from 2 to 4 minutes.
Yellow line M3 has no branches.