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Naples Artecard Purchase Question

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We will be in Sorrento for almost 4 days the end of May, traveling from Rome by train via Naples and the Circumvesviana. Since we will be seeing Pompeii, Herculaneum, and the Archeological Museum in Naples, the 3 day Artecard with transit and admissions seems to be very useful. The Archeology and Gulf variant may be the most economical.

I would like to buy the cards when we transfer from Trenitalia to the Circumvesuviana in Naples. Where do they sell the Artecard in the Naples Central railway station exactly? Does anyone know which part of the station and how to find it? I know that the Circumvesuviana station is attached to Naple Central, but we have never been there, so anything reasonably precise would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

AJ

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