Best Western Hotel Paradiso

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Catullo 11, Naples, Campania, I-80122, Italy
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Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
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18
Poor
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Terrible
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11

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 22% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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  • Families69
  • Couples65
  • Solo76
  • Business69

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Forum Posts

Transport from Naples Airport to City Centre ?

by garyhayes64

Hi - looking at the tube lines and unsure if the airport actually is connected to the network. What is the best way to get from the airport to tube stop at LALA on line 6.
Many thanks

GARY

Re: Transport from Naples Airport to City Centre ?

by leics

The Naples Metro does not go to the airport, no.

You can get a bus (or taxi) from the airport to Piazza Garibaldi, and then take the Metro from there.

Bus/taxi info on the official airport site:

http://www.portal.gesac.it/portal/page/portal/internet/inAEROPORTO

Naples Metro map here:

http://mapsof.net/naples/static-maps/jpg/naples-metro-map-(napoli)

Re: Transport from Naples Airport to City Centre ?

by blusky

In case you decide not to take the cab and take the bus, I would suggest to take ALibus, which goes directly from airport and it stops just in the front of the main entrance at the airport. The price should be 3 euros.
You should get off on Piazza Garibaldi,from which you'll take metro to Mergellina. At Mergellina you'll get off and take line 6 to Lala which is second stop from Mergellina.
The ticket costs 1,10 euros for 90 and it's valid for 90 minutes (unico Napoli)

Travel Tips for Naples

best way to get around naples

by ra_flyer

hi guys, i am back from my trip in italy. just want to thank everyone for all your trip advice. we ended hiring a cab for 2 hours touring around naples. i wouldn't recommend it. the driver was nice, but he barely speaks english, so it was hard to communicate with him.

i would recommend driving or take a train or take the excursion tour if you only have 1 day in naples.

why would i recommend driving? well, because our cruise ship also made a stop in livorno and we rented a car there. we drove to florence and pisa. the driving wasn't bad at all. we got lost twice, but manage to find my way back :-)

anyway, driving in italy in my opinion is still easier than driving in downtown san francisco or LA during rush hour. we rented a very small car, it was a nissan micra. i really enjoyed driving through the tiny streets of florence, the car can maneuver very easily. i also like the scenic between livorno and florence, we saw a few wineries.

in pisa, we were able to park really close to the tower, again because it's such a small car and we can squeeze and parallel park in between cars. if you take the excursion tour bus or train, you have to park further away from the tower.

O sole mio

by CliffClaven

Neapolitan songs are famous around the world. They can be happy and boisterous, like 'Funiculi, funicula' (written to celebrate the first funicular railway in the city), or sad and evocative, like 'Turna a Surriento', or proud and nostalgic, like the most famous of them all, 'O sole mio'. Old Cliffie went to a concert by the Red Army Choir in the San Carlo theatre. After a programme of sombre Russian melodies and rousing cossack tunes, they encored with a medley of Neapolitan songs. The audience loved it and nearly brought the house down, thus almost achieving what no earthquake or volcano had ever managed in the three centuries' history of San Carlo.

British Airways run two daily...

by flyingkiwi

British Airways run two daily services to Naples from London Gatwick Airport, or you can go Alitalia via Milan Malpensa or Rome Fiumicino airports. From Rome, you can take the Intercity train from the central railway station, Termini, on to Naples. There's a reliable shuttle service, leaving every 30 minutes, between Rome Fiuminicino and the station, and the train journey takes under two hours. Departures are hourly until 9.10pm.

There are no direct flights from the US, Canada, Australia or New Zealand to Naples.
When in Naples,walking and public transport are the best ways of getting around Naples. Use a car only for trips outside the city. Buses, while useful, only skirt the historic city centre. There are few pedestrain streets, though on Sunday mornings some thoroughfares are closed to traffic. Otherwise you take your chances on foot along the narrow streets of the centre, ducking and diving to avoid cars and scooters.

Kamikaze activity RENT A CAR

by lolita2002

Kamikaze activity RENT A CAR

Driving in Naples is more than an amazing adventure, the streets are so narrow and you see all the cars damaged. But we did it...and you have too! Pray a lot and drive like an italian. If some shouts you , you shout too.
If you need adrenaline...this is the ideal activity

Riviera di Chiaia

by rsleisk

Riviera di Chiaia and Villa Communale area was filled with people the Sunday I was there. There were merchants selling their wares, kiddie rides, swings, ballons, corn vendors and dogs frolicing in the park.

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Address: Via Catullo 11, Naples, Campania, I-80122, Italy