Music, children’s events, cultural tours but mostly much free space where sports. After more than thirty years, the Mostra d’Oltremare of Naples, monumental exhibition inaugurated in 1939, opens its doors tomorrow to the city and tourists can enjoy the park and spaces and learn valuable architectural structures built in the beginning of the last century. With its 62 hectares the Mostra d’Oltremare is the largest multi-purpose area of Naples: a huge park with a priceless heritage trees and structures with attractions such as the Zoo, the Arena flegrea, and accommodation as the exhibition halls, restaurant, swimming pools, tennis courts and a hotel.
From next week-end, the gates of the Monumental Fair of Fuorigrotta will be open to the public and for only one euro per day (5 euro monthly subscription) anyone can take advantage of a public good, long since closed. To celebrate this historic event for the city, the Mostra d’Oltremare with the newly formed “Island of the passions“, will offer a full schedule of events thanks to the contribution of associations and companies in the area who have believed in the challenge to raise the structure. In the whole area of the exhibition there will be paths running, jogging, bike rides , guided tours of the history of art and architecture, guided tour as part of ArteCard, relaxation areas, dining, and music.
For children up to 12 years do not pay admission for the entire month of May, in conjunction with the May of Monuments, there will be moments of games, jugglers and laboratory teaching garden, ski stunts with bikes and the Stand of the Italian Federation of Triathlon with speed tests on lane athletics. The Fountain of Esedra offer a spectacle of water at h: 1 pm, 1:40 and 9:30 pm. The new container Music Hub will offer concerts and live sessions: at 11.30 am, there is the “Concerto” for families by Orchestra Scarlatti and, after h: 4 pm, music with musicians of the schools Mad School and Musicians Associates. To h: 7 pm drink in music with a DJ set of the historical Almamegretta.
Music Hub aims to create in Naples a new meeting point for lovers of music where you can attend concerts of national and international level, do art workshops or enjoy an acoustic performance. To facilitate access to the exhibition has been made an app to be able to visit the fair in search of his beautiful treasures. A system of geo-location evolved, in short, that will follow an itinerary of the visit and to be notified automatically as soon as you are near a point of interest.