Casa Mira Napoli

Via Giordano Bruno 169, Naples, Italy
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distance from Naples to the Almafi coast

by tmg417

Does anyone know the distance between Naples and the Almafi coast or how long it takes to get from one to the other?

RE: distance from Naples to the Almafi coast

by nicolaitan

Depends on how you want to get there, obviously. From the outskirts of Naples on the autostrada to Sorrento might take 35 or 40 minutes. Add less than half hour for Positano and no more than 20=-25 minutes for Amalfi at the most by car. The Circumvesuviano train takes about an hour to reach the terminus at Sorrento. From there on SITA busses travel to Positano, etc. Probably more or less similar timing.

Travel Tips for Naples

The Naples Cathedral is...

by JaumeBCN

The Naples Cathedral is devoted to San Genaro who was tortured in the year 305. The Chapel of San Genaro contains his head inside a silver bust and also two littles bottles with his cloted blood. Three times per year his blood liquidizes at the Duomo in front of lots of Naples citizens. If it doesn't it is believed that there will be some disasters in the city that year. The devouts of San Genaro crowds the Duomo and they pray, cry and get excited when San Genaro's blood finally becomes a liquid once again.

Alibus: Best way to/from the airport

by iNorv9

The quickest way to get to Piazza Garibaldi and the train station. Usually takes about 15-20 minutes en route, compared to twice that for the public bus. Leaves often from right outside the Airport, and near the McDonald's at the trainstation.

Cost: 3 euros

Quick tip: Save yourself 3 euro.... Buy your ArteCard at the airport, and use it to ride the Alibus.

Safe and easy way to see Napoli's best sights!

by xxgirasolexx

Many cities have CitySightseeing buses and I have found this to be a safe and easy way to see some of the best sights. It is pricier than taking public transportation, but you have the opportunity to get on and off the bus using one ticket for 24 hours. There are also headsets that give information in a variety of languages. Personally I love double decker buses, so I rode on the top even in the rain. There are two lines. Line A is the art tour and stops at Piazza Municipio, Piazza del Gesu, Piazza Dante, the Museo Archeologico, Capodimonte, the Catacombe S. Gennaro, and so on. Line B will take you on a tour of the Bay of Naples and is absolutely fabulous. The stops include Santa Lucia, Piazza Vittoria, Posillipo, and Via Parthenope.

Castel Capuano & Porta Capuana

by Willettsworld

Begun by Norman King William I in the 12th century and completed by Frederick II, Castel Capuano was a royal palace until 1540 when it became the Court of Justice. Today it functions as a courthouse.

Nearby stands the defensive gate, Porta Capuana which is a rare sculpture in the Florentine-Renaissance manner. It was created by Giuliano da Maiano and later finished, in 1490, by Luca Fancelli.

San Lorenzo Maggiore - Museo

by MM212

Much like other major basilicas in Naples, San Lorenzo Maggiore comes with its own religious complex, including a convent and cloister. The complex we have today is mostly from an 18th century reconstruction, but it preserves not only Mediaeval Gothic sections but also subterranean Graeco-Roman ruins, all of which are now open to the public as a fascinating museum exposing the ancient ruins and displaying other works of art. The ruins come in layers, the oldest of which date back to the 4th century BC and are of the Greek agora. Later ruins are from the 1st century AD and belong to the Roman Forum, and higher up still are remains the 6th century Paleo-Christian basilica that preceded la Basilica di San Lorenzo Maggiore. On ground level is the Baroque cloister, with its interesting well topped by a statue carved by Cozimo Fanzago. The cloister leads into a Mediaeval Gothic hall, whose vaulted ceilings rest on ancient columns and are painted with colourful Renaissance period frescoes.


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