Art Suite Principe Umberto B&B

Piazza Principe Umberto, 35, Naples, Campania, 80147, Italy
Art Suite Principe Umberto B&B
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Naples to Malta

by nisha73

Hi there,

I intend travelling from Naples to Malta in June 2007.
However the only two airlines that seem to fly this route is AirMalta and AirItalia which are quite expensive.

Does anyone have any ideas how to get from Naples to Malta another way? I checked the ferry route, but could not find a ferry.

Also would appreciate suggestions on a good clean budget hotel in Amalfi and Malta if possible.

Please help!

RE: Naples to Malta

by GiorgioVRitaly

Hi,

there is a fly connection between Malta and Pisa with Ryanair.

Pisa is about 5.30 hours by train and the cost of the train is about 38 euro with intercity.
Some trains are without stop, others with a change in Florence or Roma

I think you must verify ryanair and train fares with your air company and choose the best solution

Giorgio

RE: RE: Naples to Malta

by GiorgioVRitaly

Sorry, I miss to indicate the website for railwais:

http://www.trenitalia.com/en/index.html in english

RE: Naples to Malta

by Tdiver

From Naples no but get down to Catania in Sicily and try the link
http://www.virtuferries.com/index.aspx?p=8

Travel Tips for Naples

Card games in the afternoon

by extrajoce

Like in many southern cities, people live with open doors and meet up to socialise. It is not rare to catch people playing a game of cards together. I wanted to be discrete before taking a picture, but by the time I could take a snapshot, the game was over.

Trains and Buses best way to go

by beesaj

Buy a UNICO ticket at any Tobacchi shop for 1Euro-90min. You can also buy weekend tickets for approx. 3Euro The tickett is good for bus and train. The trains run from stop to stop about every 15-20 minutes. Buses somewhat similar. They will take you everywhere you need to go. Try to avoid taxis as they are VERY expensive.

Castel Nuovo

by al_mary

The Castel Nuovo, so called to distinguish
it from the older Castel dell'Ovo, was
founded in 1279 by Charles I of Naples.
The castle, containing important late
medieval and Renaissance decoration,
now houses municipal bodies and an
institute of Neapolitan history with an
important library.
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Behind the Palazzo Reale to the northeast, on the south side of
the Piazza del Municipio, is the five-towered Castel Nuovo, also
known as the Maschio Angioino, once the residence of kings
and viceroys of Naples.

Originally built by Charles I of Anjou in 1279-82, it was enlarged
by Alfonso I of Aragon and has recently been restored.

The entrance is formed by a splendid Early Renaissance triumphal
arch, with rich sculptured decoration, erected between 1453 and
1467 in honor of the entry of Alfonso I of Aragon. In the courtyard
is the Gothic church of Santa Barbara (or Cappella Palatina), and
to the left of this the large Baron's Hall ....

Chiesa del Gesù delle Monache

by MM212

The relatively small Chiesa del Gesù delle Monache is located close to Porta San Gennaro. It was commissioned in the early 16th century by Queen Giovanna I d'Aragona (known in Spanish as Juana de Trastámara), wife of Ferrante d'Aragona, as some sort of a royal chapel, but the queen died before its completion. It took until 1582 to finally open the church, which has a late-Renaissance façade resembling a Roman triumphal arch. The interior, however, was renovated in the late 17th century in a richly decorated barocco napoletano style by the architect Arcangelo Guglielmelli. Some beautiful paintings by the renowned artist Luca Giordano decorate the interior.

Piazza dei Martiri

by ruki

Piazza dei Martiri (Italian: Martyrs' Square) is a monument square in Naples located one block north of the eastern end of the large seaside park known as the Villa Comunale. The square was originally dedicated to Santa Maria a Cappella, but took on patriotic significance when Italy was united in 1860.

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