Hotel Alloggio del Conte

Via Salaiolo 27, Naples, 80142, Italy
Hotel Alloggio del Conte
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Forum Posts

SITA buses

by venice2009

Does anyone know about the SITA buses? Can they be found near the Port where cruise ships dock? How often do they run and at what times? Need to get from Naples dock area to Pompeii.

Re: SITA buses

by leics

It is much easier to take the Circumvesuviana train to Pompeii Scavi (the station opposite the site entrance).

Naples traffic is horrendous, and travelling by bus risks getting caught up in it.

Take a bus or taxi from the dock to the Circumvesuviana station (near Naploi Centrale station). Trains (more like metro carriages than long-distance trains) are frequent and cheap. You need the Napoli>Sorrento line, and journey to Pompeii Scavi is around 30 minutes.

Timetables here:

http://www.vesuviana.it/web/en/Orari

Re: SITA buses

by Ritchie_Lionheart

I fully agree with you Leics. Trains are frequent. reliable and cheap. Is there not a tramway from the docks going to the Circumvesuviana and central stations?

Richard

Re: SITA buses

by leics

Tram number 1, I believe (never having taken it). And there is a bus too.......152?

Travel Tips for Naples

Museum and Galleries of Capodimonte

by SeaBreezeUSA

Museum and Galleries of Capodimonte. These are housed in the imposing Royal Palace of Capodimonte and include a vast collection of antique and Renaissance works or art. The collection has 3 distinct sections in a total of 100 rooms. It consists of the National Gallery, the 19th Century Gallery and the Museum. The palace is entered from its courtyard and a staircase leads to the second floor and the start of the gallery tour. Shopping on the street. I have many gifts from my travels in Naples. I got some excellent items at great prices.

Vergini Quarter: in the hearth of the old town

by egicom05

Quartiere Vergini-Sanita' is an alternative tour itinerary in Napoli, because its streets, its lanes aren't characterized by elegance and notoriety of the other neapolitan quarters, but they hold the true folk life, made up by ancient folklore, religious traditions and everyday life. The access street to the quarter is through the market-street of Vergini, near Cavour square. Because this area was out of the urban city, it was used esclusively like cemetery place until XVIII century. During the XVI century, the expansion of the building-trade increased and in 1.600 were realized big charitable, religious and conventual complexes like convents of Santa Maria della Sanita', and Santa Maria dei Miracoli. During the 700 were built numerous private and important buildings like: Spagnolo Palace and Sanfelice Palace. At the end of the century was built the Sanita' Bridge to connects Royal Palace with Capodimonte Palace that was isolated and stepped over the quarter. During the 900 with the expansion of the middle-class city to the coastal areas, this zone was left to the poor classes and to a progressive deterioration.

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[by Egicom05 - Street of Naples]

Il Re is King!

by naplesnate about Re di Napoli

I have been to this place several times and thoroughly enjoyed it every single time I went.
The pizza and antipasti are awsome and mix it in with a good bottle of wine and you have yourself a meal.
The place is busy and there might be a wait on weekends but its well worth it.
Upstairs is a little more quite and private but downstairs and outside have a much more local feel with all of the people around you and the pizza maker is actually in the same room in full view. Anything with fresh mozzarella di bufala is great.

www.centroitaliano.it

by xxgirasolexx

Take a cooking class or language class at Centro Italiano! The teachers are fabulous and classes can be taken for a week or up to a whole year. You can even register to take a cooking class for an evening.

Galleria Umberto

by rsleisk

Galleria Umberto is a public space that is located directly across from the San Carlo opera house. It was built between 1887-1891 It was designed by Emanuele Rocco, who employed modern architectural elements reminiscent of an earlier galleria in Milan. The Galleria was named for Umberto I, king of Italy at the time of its construction. It was meant to combine businesses, shops, cafes and social life -- public space -- with private space in the apartments on the third floor.

The Galleria is a high and spacious cross-shaped affair surmounted by a glass dome braced by 16 metal ribs. Of the four glass-vaulted wings, one fronts on via Toledo (via Roma), still the main downtown thoroughfare, and another opens onto the San Carlo Theater. It has returned to being an active center of Neapolitan civic life after some years of decay.

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