Naples is discovered from the sea with the “Bato Muscio”


They are shared rides of summer “Batò Muscio“, the ship that Alilauro throughout the summer will bring Neapolitans and tourists to discover the wonders of the sea from the Gulf of Naples. The initiative has left the French name of Bateau Mouche, reserved for tour on the Seine, “napoletanizzandolo” with a new name chosen by a poll on the social pages of the company Alilauro. A name, “Batò Muscio”, which found immediate favor of the shipping company “as it is – according to a note – the summary of the characteristics of cultural tourism product that the group owner Lauro has created, at the initiative of the director Metropolitan Naples Carmine Attanasio that a few days is also delegated to the Tourism of the same Metropolitan City”. The excursion aboard the Bato Muscio lasts about 50 minutes, starting from the pier of Terminal Alilauro Mergellina continues on to the coast of Posillipo where you can admire, as well as a breathtaking view, several historical sites, monuments and natural, including: Palazzo Donna Anna, Villa Rosbery, to reach the enchanting scenery offered by Marechiaro then lick the area of ​​the nature reserve of La Gaiola up to Nisida and still up to admire the majesty of Castel dell’Ovo reliving the legend. Currently there are five daily departures planned for 10:45 am – 12:00 to 5:15 pm – 6:30 pm to 7:45 pm every Saturday and Sunday until 13 September. The ticket price is 8.50 € for adults and 5 for children aged five to twelve years, free admission for children zero to four years.