The Napoli Mergellina Railway Station was first opened in 1927. It was the final station in the train line running from Rome to Naples, making travel more convenient to the country’s capital. You can stay in a budget hotel near the Napoli Mergellina Station in Naples and you will be conveniently located to the only city beach (Mappatella Beach), the metro at the station, and trains to other areas of the region.
Of course, students of history might want to stay in a hotel near the Napoli Mergellina Railway Station because of the station’s role in the times of Italian Fascism. The station was opened on the date chosen because that was the fifth anniversary of the fascist government coming into power. At the time, it was touted as a modern-day version of Roman road-building, connecting the Roman capital to the ancient city of Naples along the route the Appian Way once followed.