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  2. Napoli
Top terrace in the centre of the spanish quarters

in the very center of the historical city, the apartament is 5 minutes from metro station, few minutes walking from funicolare, métro and port. You can really visit the core of Neaples. 4Th floor no lift, with wonderful view, great living room with Tv and fireside, free wi-fi, a big panoramic terrace, use of kitchen , nice trattorias, very near to my place , where you can taste delicious neapolitan specialities for a nice price, and a lot of history to admire...

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  2. Napoli
My Napoli Home with Terrace

MyNapoli Home Terrace è una struttura situata nel cuore di Napoli completamente accessoriata e con ingresso indipendente. L'appartamento è Ubicato nel cuore del centro storico di Napoli, a due passi dal lungomare, dalle attrazioni culturali e dalle vie dello shopping. A soli 20 m c'é uno degli ingressi di Napoli sotterranea, le metro d'arte e la funicolare le troverete nel raggio di 150m il suo punto di forza e la terrazza dove potrete rilassarvi Sarà come fare un tuffo nella storia

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  2. Napoli
La Finestra sul cortile. Bright flat in center

the house is situated in an ideal position for travelers who want to know Naples immersed in real life without losing the historical one. la casa è in una posizione ideale per chi vuole conoscere Napoli immersi nella vita reale senza perdersi quella storica. il posto è tranquillo e silenzioso, le finestre affacciano su un cortile privato come uno scenario presepiale. l'appartamento appena ristrutturato, fornito di ingresso indipendente, dotato di comodità che renderanno il soggiorno confortevole

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  2. Napoli
GLICINE
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  2. Porto
Domus Municipio B&B Single Room
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  2. Porto
THE TERRACE ('A CHIESA )
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  2. Chiaia
B&B Naples Chiaia close to metro Amedeo
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The Borghetto green room
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Quiet double and en suite bathroom
SUPERHOST
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  2. Naples
Comfortable room - heart of Naples
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  2. Napoli
Tredici Boutique Rooms, Junior Suite "Califfo"
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  2. Porto
Naples center Single Room
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  2. Napoli
Luxurious room with private bathroom and Jacuzzi tub
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  2. Porto
Sebeto Valley - King Ferdinand

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  2. Napoli
House central
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SANACORE
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Rita's Home
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Trinità Maggiore Residence - Santa Chiara Suite
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  2. Napoli
Jaja Home
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  2. Napoli
TOP SAN GENNARO BED
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  2. Napoli
Casa Martina in... Dante is nearby
SUPERHOST
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  2. Napoli
Home of Art
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STUDIO HISTORICAL CENTER WIFI
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Casa Wenner 1 - Naples Center Chiaia Plebiscito
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Spaccanapoli flat - fully equipped
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A Casa di Marilù a stone's throw from Toledo metro

Apartments with kitchens

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  2. Porto
Private Room in historical town centre of Naples
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  2. Porto
Naples 70s - Historical Center
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  2. Napoli
Toledo Penthouse 2 Apartment, close metro Toledo
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  2. Napoli
The Little House 4 - In the Heart of Naples
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Camerelle 48 Naples centre
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  2. Napoli
Coccati well
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Palazzo Venusio apartment
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The Little House 5 - In the Heart of Naples
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La Vera Napoli 19
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  2. Porto
Casa Vacanza The terrace of Naples
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  2. Napoli
MiniFlat33 in downtown with fully equipped kitchen
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  2. Naples
Studio-flat with view

Your guide to Naples

All About Naples

For the uninitiated, Naples can seem like a lot to handle. Sandwiched between Mount Vesuvius and the gleaming waters of the Bay of Naples, the southern Italian capital oozes a raw urban energy juxtaposed with one of Europe’s largest and most important historical centres. Its narrow, cobbled streets pulse with the constant buzz of scooters while its sweeping piazzas welcome everyone from waistcoated businessmen and mime troupes to families out for a post-meal passeggiata.

When it comes to art and architecture, Naples stands toe-to-toe with the world’s best cities. Piazza del Plebiscito, Naples’ main square, is surrounded by such masterpieces as the Neoclassical Royal Palace and the 18th-century Teatro di San Carlo. The fascinating Naples Archaeological Museum holds many of the region’s historical treasures, including a large collection of items recovered from Pompeii. The birthplace of pizza, Naples is a food lover’s dream come true, home to street markets and pizzarias galore. From Naples, it is easy to reach many of Italy’s wonders, such as the beautiful island of Capri and the stunning seaside town of Sorrento, as well as Mount Vesuvius and the ruined cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum, which were destroyed nearly 2,000 years ago.


How do I get around Naples?

The closest airport to Naples is the Aeroporto Internazionale di Napoli (NAP). From there, you can take an airport shuttle to Plaza Garibaldi. The journey should take around 25 to 30 minutes, depending on traffic. Many of the city’s main attractions are located within walking distance from here, and you can easily find a taxi to take you directly to your accommodation. Traffic in Naples can be chaotic. If you want to visit attractions like Pompeii and Herculaneum, it is possible to take a commuter train from Plaza Garibaldi Station or a bus from SITA bus station, or you can arrange a private shuttle.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Naples?

With moderate year-round temperatures, there is no bad time to secure a Naples apartment for your next holiday. Summer has beautiful, sunny weather, although it can get very hot in the city centre and it’s also the busiest time of the year. The spring and autumn are also wonderful times to visit, as the crowds have thinned out and Naples hosts a wide array of festivals. The Maggio Dei Monumenti cultural festival, for example, lasts from late April to early June and features theatre performances, multimedia installations, and exhibitions. September’s Pizzafest, the world’s largest pizza celebration, pits the city’s best pizzerias against one another for the top prize, and allows lucky bystanders to taste their creations. The winter months tend to be very quiet — the perfect time to visit Pompeii without the crowds.


What are the top things to do in Naples?

Teatro San Carlo

This opulent theatre was opened in 1737, making it the world’s oldest opera house. The interior is beautifully decorated with luxurious red upholstery, delicate gold brocade, twinkling chandeliers, and a ceiling fresco depicting famous poets. The theatre is open for guided tours or you can catch a performance.

Herculaneum

Located roughly halfway between Naples and Pompeii, the ancient town of Herculaneum was destroyed by the Mount Vesuvius eruption of 79 A.D. The volcano’s impact was slightly different in Herculaneum than in Pompeii in that wood and organic materials survived. As you wander through the ruins, you can view the remains of frescoes, mosaic floors, and wooden support beams and furniture, as well as the second floor of many of the houses.

Anfiteatro Flavio

This enormous amphitheatre once held up to 40,000 people, making it the third biggest Roman amphitheatre in the world. The structure had three floors and a basement full of machinery that was used for gladiator fights. It is one of the best-preserved underground spaces of all the Roman amphitheatres, and visiting it gives you a peek into what mass entertainment was like 2,000 years ago.