Casa Rosa Naples

Via Tasso 424, Naples, Naples, Italy
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preferred area to stay in Naples

by marktynernyc

Been reading about areas to stay in Naples and am somewhat befuddled. Chiaia? Santa Lucia? Quartiei Spagnoli? Will be spending 2 or 3 days there first before heading to Amalfi and Ischia. Definitely want to visit the Archeology Museum. Any preference? Thanks for your time and attention.

Re: preferred area to stay in Naples

by Redang

I'd recommend you this hotel: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/8d30e/23f84/3/

Re: preferred area to stay in Naples

by Maryimelda

AndI'd recommend the Albergo del Golfo which is near the port. Excellent restoration, lots of marbl. Fabulous rooms, see my tip on my Naples page. Very well priced indeed and ll rooms are huge for the money and include a humble but quite adequate breakfast.

Re: preferred area to stay in Naples

by Maryimelda

Please forgive the typos. ll rooms" should read "all rooms", and there's another one, but I can't see it now and have forgotten.

Re: preferred area to stay in Naples

by effeti

As a toursit, Chiaia would be a nice zone. Not Quartieri spagnoli... not at all!
Ciao
Francesco

Re: preferred area to stay in Naples

by brendac28

As an american living in Naples, the Santa Lucia area is a 10 minute walk from the port or 3-5 minute taxi ride. There are several nice hotels on the waterfront. I like the Royal Continental. The Chiaia area is very nice and expensive, the Hotel Majestic is a nice choice, about a 5-10 minute taxi ride away (10-15euro)shops in this area are Gucci, Armani, Burberry, Mont Blanc, Salvatori, LV.....etc. AVOID Quartiei Spagnoli, not safe at night. From either of the other two areas you can walk up via Toledo(the main shopping street) to the Archeology Museum in 45-60 min.

Re: preferred area to stay in Naples

by rsleisk

Hello,
I stayed at the Marriot Renaissance Mediterraneo. It is a nice hotel that is centrally located within walking distance of Molo Beverllo, Piazza Plebiscito, Palazzo Reale, Piazza Municipo, Naples Train Station, Castle Nuovo, Galleria Umberto and all the shopping around the galleria. There are good places to eat in the area as well. The Archaeological Museum, which I wish I would have visited, is only 20 minutes walking distance North of here.

http://marriott.com/hotels/travel/napbr-renaissance-naples-hotel-mediterraneo/

Enjoy your trip,
Scott

Travel Tips for Naples

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by caprice4u2









to my A'



Thank you Naples



You opened wide those arms to me



welcomed me, a guest



with a gift



I bask within your warmth



maybe momentary



but still I hold within


a life time of feelings



enough to feed



the most barren heart



reflected perhaps


engaging the rose tinted concept



where happiness within



deny's negative perceptions



Love walked in Naples


and looked me in the eye



kept respectful distance



then sadly said good bye


Ti amo


Colleen x I miss my neopolitan man

Where Maradona used to play

by Polly74

The Football stadium in Napoli is calle San Paolo and it's where Napoli Football Club used to play and still plays matches.
One of the most significant football players that was part of Napoli FC and that has grown in this team was Diego Armando Maradona.
Walking around Naples you will find here and there something recalling this big football player...all people in Naples still love him...

Napoli Centrale Train Station

by sargentjeff

Napoli Centrale at Piazza Garibaldi is a madhouse. This is probably the one area you want to get out of fast due to the possibility of petty crime occurring. As a matter of fact, don't stay in the nearby market for long either, or someone will inevitably try and sell you something that is too good to be true, and is. (read my warnings and dangers)

Here is a useful link for basic station information. There is also a baggage deposit here, which you can use at your own risk.
http://www.napolipiazzagaribaldi.it/pagine.cfm?cont=m_5&lang=it

Mt. Vesuvius

by skullcrusher

Vesuvius ...... I think almost everyone recognizes the name even if they don't know where it actually is or the history behind it. It's the epitome of "the big one" - the volcanoe that blew it's top and snuffed out the lives of scores and scores of people. Time has passed, but the memories of the tragic event which destroyed the towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum (along with many others) have lasted over the eons.

Of course the volcanoe is still standing there and the people who live in it's shadow have to be mindful of the fact that one day it may decide to make a big bang once again.

Until then, intrepid travelers such as myself can't help but to make a trek up to the top of the cone and have a look down into the mouth of the beast. For now, it's pretty calm. Only a few wisps of smoke steaming out of a little crack from the side of the crater. Looking around, you can enjoy a great view of the Amalfi Coast and some of the beautiful islands out in the sea.

Hiking up to the top of the crater from the Vesuvius parking lot is liitle more than a brisk, 20 minute stroll (for people in good physical condition), so don't come expecting to need trekking poles or anything, though you might need a jacket when you get up to the top.

San Domenico Maggiore

by ruki

The church was built in 1283 by King Charles II of Angevin, and is part of the largest and wealthiest group of convent buildings in the city. It is the spiritual home of the Dominican Order in the Kingdom of Naples, as well as the seat of the Parthenopean University. In the past, religious people lived in an old convent in the area. The 'San Michele Arcangelo a Morfisa' church (probably built in the tenth century, eventually to become the side chapel of a new edifice) bears witness to its existence. The main entrance to the church can be found in the courtyard of a palace in the Vico San Domenico. There is a beautiful fourteenth century portal with jambs in various styles, decorated with precious tesseras in polychrome marble, as well as two Renaissance chapels and an eighteenth century pronaos beneath a nineteenth century mullioned window. You will find a gamut of styles, representing successive periods of history and architecture. A Baroque bell can be found on the fa├žade. The polygonal apse juts out onto the Piazza San Domenica. Upon entering through a marble portal created in the sixteenth century, you will be able to walk straight up to the altar - on the left you will see a flight of stairs at the entrance to the old nucleus of the San Michele Arcangelo a Morfisa church. The interior of the church is typical of a Gothic church bulit during the Angevin period in Naples: three naves with a transept and a polygonal apse.

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