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Parks & nature in Naples

Park
“It covers an area of ​​approximately 92,000 m² at 150 m above sea level, on the promontory of the hill of Posillipo [2], which is crossed by the cave of Seiano under the park.”
91 locals recommend
Park
“Vasto bosco semi-naturale sempreverde mediterraneo annesso alla Reggia di Capodimonte. •A semi-natural wide evergreen Mediterranean wood surrounding Capodimonte's Royal Palace.”
79 locals recommend
Park
“La Villa occupa una superficie recintata di 110.000 mq, si estende tra piazza della Repubblica e piazza Vittoria. L'ingresso principale è sito in piazza Vittoria, ma presenta anche varchi d'accesso laterali. La sua realizzazione risale al 1780./The Villa occupies a fenced area of 110,000 square meters, extending between Piazza della Repubblica and Piazza Vittoria. The main entrance is located in Piazza Vittoria, but also has side access gates. Its realization dates back to 1780.”
52 locals recommend
University
“The first botanic garden in Europe, currently the seat of the botanical faculty of Naples University. It has many rare plants and flowers and represent quite an oasis to walk into the green and get relaxed reading a book, away from the neapolitan chaos. Open only in the morning to visit.”
48 locals recommend
Zoo
“Lovely place, free admission, difficult to reach, avoid weekends and holidays because it is very crowded.”
43 locals recommend
Park
“If you like park, it's probably the best one in Naples! Highly recommended. Don't forget to check the museum inside!”
31 locals recommend
Park
“The seafront is one of the most beautiful and characteristic places to walk. The gastronomic offer is vast even if I do not recommend any of these places as they are all fundamentally touristic: it is not the eating of Naples that will change your life here. It is pleasant for a walk in the evening or in the morning, breathing the sea air or entering Castel dell'Ovo.”
20 locals recommend
Park
“To have a rest from the city in a natural oasis with a beautiful view of the city.”
21 locals recommend
Museum
“ Via Coroglio 36 - Reservation is required 9: 00-10: 30 and 12:30: Seiano cave tour and Pausilypon Archaeological-Environmental Park, Free on weekdays at 09:30, 10:30 and 11:30 Extremely interesting Naturalistic and archaeological, as well as landscaping. The complex, which is accessed through the imposing Seiano Cave, a 700-foot Roman tunnel that joins the plain of Bagnoli with the Gaiola valley, includes part of the ancient vestiges of the Pausilypon villa, erected in I Sec a.C. By the Roman Knight Publius Vedio Pollione.”
11 locals recommend
Park
“Per rilassarvi e godervi uno splendido panorama. Attrezzato con giostre per i più piccoli/relax and take a view at the north zone of the city, also city your kids”
25 locals recommend
Park
“Una passeggiata alla scoperta di quella che fu l'ultima dimora di Virgilio. GRATUITO.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A walk to discover what was the final resting place of Virgil. Free.”
17 locals recommend
Park
“C è una bellissima mostra di dinosauri, è adatto ai bambini ma anche interessante per gli adulti. Si fa anche birdwatching! Fantastico!”
10 locals recommend
Pool
“Located in the western most district of the city, Mostra d’Oltremare is Naples convention centre and one of the largest events venues in the region. With the exception of the sports centre, Mostra d’O”
10 locals recommend
Beach
“lido attrezzatissimo e di fianco a Palazzo Donn'Anna. Il mio luogo preferito perchè hai il Vesuvio che ti guarda, il pazzo che ti abbraccia lateralmente e la comodità di uno stabilimento balneare. Unico neo è un pochino caro anche perchè non puoi introdurre cibi o bevande dall'esterno. (Chiude presto. ore 17.00, come tutti i lidi in città)”
12 locals recommend
Park
“An Amazing park where you can relax in the nature and enjoy if you want the beautiful museum Nazionale, full of old painting (Caravaggio, Masaccio, Tiziano, etc).”
4 locals recommend
Plaza
“English below. Questo luogo offre una vista spettacolare della città. Da qui potrai distinguere tutti i luoghi famosi da visitare a Napoli. una visuale a 360° con alle spalle il Castel Sant'Elmo e la Certosa di San Martino. Largo San Martino offers a spectacular view of the city. From the top of Vomero hill you can have a wonderful view of the hot spots to visit and you have The Castel and the Monastery at your fingertips.”
12 locals recommend