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HOTEL TERME ROSALEO - Casamicciola Terme (32 Km from Naples)
Hotel Terme Rosaleo is a former Bourbon villa with seafront views, set in an elegant park 2 minutes from the beach. It has its own thermal baths with waters coming direct from ancient springs, and a wellness centre offering mud therapy, massages, peeling, ...
The city of Naples, with an elevation of 17 m (56 ft), is in the Province of . The Patron saint is Januarius on 19 September. The demonym of natives is "Neapolitan(s) (English) Nnapulitano, Nnapulitani (Neapolitan) Napoletano, Napoletani (Italian)".

In Naples there are 65 accomodation. You may visit 111 places of interest. Naples is part of a route called Strada dei Vini dei Campi Flegrei, isola d'Ischia, Vesuvio, so it's particularly recommended for a food and wine holiday.
Guide written by the community written by Dave Mitchell

Naples is one of the most attractive and fascinating cities of Italy. Finding time to spend your Christmas in Naples will make your December holiday memorable. Like most cities of Italy, Christmas holiday here starts from December 8 until January 6. While in your Christmas holiday in Naples, you will be exposed to traditional entertainments, such as processions, scenes exposition, special markets, fireworks and... continue


HOTEL NAUTILUS - Capri (34 Km from Naples)
Guide written by the community written by Andrew adams

Spacious and green: this is the first impression of the rectangular Piazza del Municipio (Town Hall Square). From here, you look at Vesuvius in the background, like in a painting. Part and parcel of this beautiful square are the Town Hall (now the seat of the Municipal Administration), constructed in the period 800 to house the ministries of the Bourbons, the Church of San Giacomo degli Spagnoli, the Teatro... continue


Guide written by the community written by Chiara Guzzetti

A particular street, the main artery of Naples, dates from the first half of the 500 and today is totally pedestrian, and is the heart of the city of Naples. It develops between Piazza Dante and Piazza Plebiscito. On Via Toledo overlook noble buildings, the Galleria Umberto I, theaters, cafes, offices and banks. It was for the will of the Spanish viceroy Pedro de Toledo that the project was commissioned to Giovanni... continue


Guide written by the community written by Chiara Guzzetti

The Royal Palace was designed and partly built by Domenico Fontana and was in the early years of '600. From 1600 to 1946, the Royal Palace was the seat of monarchical power not only in Naples, but also of Italy and throughout the South, passing by the Spanish Viceroy (until 1707), Austrians (until 1734), Bourbon (until 1860) and finally the Savoy (until 1946). After being damaged by fire in 1837, the palace was... continue


Guide written by the community written by Chiara Guzzetti

The Cathedral of Naples is dedicated to the Assumption and it was built in late 1200 by Charles I of Anjou. It is of Gothic style and its plant is a Baroque Latin cross.The stucco decorations belong to the late seventeenth century. Of particular interest is the Chapel of Santa Restituita, that is an example of paleochristian architecture incorporated in the present cathedral, and houses works by Luca... continue


Guide written by the community written by Alexandra Evans

The Castel Novo, better known as Maschio Angioino, was born as an alternative to the residence of Castel Capuano of King Charles I of Anjou. The castle was originally built in Gothic style by French architects in the years between 1279 and 1282. The castle, surrounded by a moat, has five cylindrical towers called of San Giorgio, di Mezzo, di Guardia and of Beverello. The only survivor of the fourteenth century... continue


Guide written by the community written by Chiara Guzzetti

Landed on this small island in the middle of the seventh century BC, the Cumani, who founded the organized town of Partenope. Under the imposing castle you can admire the village with a marina, surrounded by houses and restaurants. A very nice street with great views of the gulf is uniting the island with Via Partenope.The name of the castle is linked to an ancient medieval legend according to which, the... continue


Guide written by the community written by Chiara Guzzetti

Located in the historic center of Naples, the Basilica of Santa Chiara, stands out for its Gothic style. It was built in 300, by order of King Robert of Anjou, and the work was entrusted to the direction of the architects Gagliardo Pirmario and Leonardo Vito. The story goes that the king, in commissioning the basilica, would meet the wishes of his wife, Sancha of Majorca, who was deeply drawn to the cloistered life.... continue


Guide written by the community written by Dave Mitchell

In June, Naples opens the curtain at the theater companies coming from around the world at the Naples Theatre Festival to stage a myriad of events in the most extravagant locations of the city. The festival presents itself as a veritable marathon of shows that bring location normally closed to the public.  So why lost the chance to run a show in Naples underground or in the courtyard of the Albergo dei Poveri... continue


Guide written by the community written by Dave Mitchell

The most full and rich squares in Naples is the historic Piazza Plebiscito a semicircular square overlooked the fantastic old Bourbon Royal Palace and the neoclassical facade of the Church of San Francesco di Paola. The square seems to be the meeting point of all artistic and natural beauties of the city, infact here is a short walk from the Spanish quarters with his bed sheets hung out to dry, the historic Galleria... continue


Guide written by the community written by Beata Cox

 Posted within the National Park of Vesuvius is certainly one of the main attractions of Naples. Anyone who is visiting Naples can not resist the call of a hike on the Vesuvius.It possible to drive until share 1000mt along the slopes of the volcano covered by lush Mediterranean vegetation spaced by streams of black lava. From altitude 1000mt to reaching the mouth of the crater is possible only walking along... continue


Guide written by the community written by Beata Cox

For centuries these artisans use the "hut" as an incubator of events that occurred during the year and as an instrument of satire. There is therefore no surprise that among the shepherds in the nativity will discover that love Jesus' Child unusual pastor with the features of Barak Obama or Angela Merkel or even see the characters in a crib including Madonna wearing the mask to guard against infection with the H1N1... continue


Guide written by the community written by Beata Cox

One example is the Piazza del Gesu’ with her namesake church. The Chiesa del Gesu’ is located at the center of the square near the popular neighborhoods. Visiting the church in many perceive the sensation of having already seen it and it doesn’t make mistakes because the church is taken in one of the last scenes of the movie "Matrimonio all’Italiana" played beautifully by the great and the legendary Sophia Loren and... continue


Guide written by the community written by Cedric Mills

Who has visited Naples and is looking for a wildly natural I will recommend a visit to Solfatara on the outskirts of the city. The Solfatara is located within the Campi Flegrei and is one of the 40 volcanoes that make up this area. It is possible to reach the Solfatara through a Mediterranean forest where see the viewpoint where you can closely observe the crater of the Solfatara.Go up the path you will meet more... continue


Guide written by the community written by Chiara Guzzetti

These is Napoli Sotterranea .. visit it means to undertake a journey in time down to thirty feet deep where gundergroud reveal the evolution of Naples through the first excavations of prehistoric times to switch to Greek quarries to obtain the tuff building, the network of underground aqueducts and cisterns which allowed the supply of water to the town from Roman times, the secret passages to the adaptation of... continue


Guide written by the community written by Alexandra Evans

The best way to get to know Naples is to walk around its ancient streets, discovering the hidden wonders of this amazing city: our one day itinerary starts from the Duomo called the Cathedral of San Gennaro that houses the relics of the city’s patron saint. From there you can walk to Via San Gregorio Armeno, the street famous for its Neapolitan nativity scenes, where you can visit the beautiful Monastery and... continue


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