Hotel Chanel

Piazza Mercato, 113, Naples, 80100, Italy
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How to save money in Naples, Pompeii, Sorrento, Capri and the Amalfi Coast?

by Carluchita

Hello,

I am planning my trip to Naples/Amalfi coast for mid September and was wondering if you guys know of any way to save money on transportation and visiting the historical attractions? I will be starting my trip in Naples, and then will go to Pompeii for the day, will stay two days in Sorrento with a day trip to Capri and the Amalfi Coast. Is there a train or bus pass that I can buy to save some money? Do you know of any discounts to go to the Archeological museum and Pompeii?

I really appreciate your advice.

Thanks,

Carla

Re: How to save money in Naples, Pompeii, Sorrento, Capri and the Amalfi Coast?

by gianni70

here u can find what are u looking for:
http://www.campaniartecard.it/IT/Home.cfm

Re: How to save money in Naples, Pompeii, Sorrento, Capri and the Amalfi Coast?

by Jetgirly

Keep in mind that if you're under 26 and without EU citizenship, you are not eligible for the discounted Campania Arte Card (for people twenty-six and under). Even if you're under twenty-six, without an EU passport you have to pay for the regular card.

Transportation in the area is dirt-cheap and I would suggest buying the seven-day pass that covers access to all attractions, rather than the three-day pass with limited access but including transport.

Re: How to save money in Naples, Pompeii, Sorrento, Capri and the Amalfi Coast?

by Carluchita

Thank you, gianni70 and Jetgirly. Unfortunately, I don’t have a EU passport, I only have my Argentinean passport. Can I still get the pass? I am also over 26 years old. I am going to be in the area for 4 days and would like to go to the Archeological Museum in Naples, Pompeii and Herculaneum. Does this pass include those places? I looked in the website but I wasn’t sure if I needed to get the 7 or 3 day pass to cover those places. Does it also cover the train rides from Napoli to Sorrento and Pompeii?

Thank you for your help.

Carla

Re: How to save money in Naples, Pompeii, Sorrento, Capri and the Amalfi Coast?

by Jetgirly

If you are over twenty-six than the youth pass wouldn't be an option regardless of your citizenship, so the regular pass will be fine (anyone can buy it).

The Arte Card's website is a piece of poop! The three day regional card will cover entrance to two sites (choose from the Archaeological Museum, Pompeii, Herculaneum and others) and will give a 50% discount on other sites visited within in the three days. It also includes local transport for three days. It's EUR 25. The seven day card includes free access to all of the above-mentioned sites and discounts at some other random, weird museums and stuff, but no transportation. It's EUR 28.

Re: How to save money in Naples, Pompeii, Sorrento, Capri and the Amalfi Coast?

by Carluchita

Hi Jetgirly,

There is one 3 day card that only cost 13 Euros but it says Napoli and Campi Fiegrei. Do you know what it means?

Thanks,

Carla

Re: How to save money in Naples, Pompeii, Sorrento, Capri and the Amalfi Coast?

by Jetgirly

That one just includes Naples proper and a site called Campi Flegrei, which I know nothing about and Wikipedia makes it sound horribly boring. It doesn't include Pompeii or Herculaneum, but it does include the Archaeological Museum.

Re: How to save money in Naples, Pompeii, Sorrento, Capri and the Amalfi Coast?

by Carluchita

Thank you. I might get the 3 day with the transport since I am only going to be there for four days and will be traveling back and forth from Napoli to Sorrento. It doesn't sound that this card will make me save a lot of money since I only want to see those three places. I don't know if I should get it or not. What do you think?

Travel Tips for Naples

Buy a Napoli Arte Card

by sargentjeff

The Art card costs only 13 euro, but the benefits are well worth it. You are entitled to three days use of all of the public transportation systems (metropolitana, bus, cumana, funiculare)
You get to go into two museums of your choice free, and 50% off on all others you go to.
You also receive about 20% off on all the things you buy from museum shops.
It's a deal, as a one way metro ticket is usually 2 euro. How it works
The kit card - a card with a microchip, information brochure in six months, map of city transportation - can be bought in presale on the dedicated website, in all the museums of the circuit, in the newsagents, in travel agents, the main hotels, train stations Centrale and Mergellina, Capodichino airport.

http://www.napoliartecard.com/
free phone number from Italy 800 600 601

Capella Sanservo.

I don't...

by oneonta_ni

Capella Sanservo.

I don't know if this is really 'off the beaten path' since it is in the middle of the historic centre, but it wasn't easy to find.

The chapel predates the 18th century when alchemist Raimondo decided to redecorate. What you see are his improvements. It is fairly small and the main points of interest are the fantastically carved marble tombs. I thought the most impressive was 'Disillusionment', showing the figure of a man struggling under a net.

Raimondo was apparently ex-communicated for his experiments on people and you can see two of his victims in a small room downstairs. He created something that preserved the veins and capillaries of the body and what is on view are a man and a woman. A bit gruesome, really, but you have to walk past them to exit.

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Porta San Gennaro

by MM212

Named after the much-revered patron saint of the city, Porta San Gennaro is one of the oldest city gates in Naples. The existing structure though was from a 15th century reconstruction and expansion of the city walls. The road outside the gate led directly to the catacomb of San Gennaro, hence the name. The 17th century fresco above the gate is by the artist Mattia Preti, who painted frescoes on other city gates in Naples to commemorate the victory over the Plague which had decimated the city's population.

The Royal Palace and Gardens

by ruki

This is a wonderful Renaissance style area, dating back to the 17th century. It was the residence of the Spanish Viceroys. Also you can found the royal gardens which are full of tree-lined avenues, shaded by magnolias and Holm oak trees, with rare plants, statues and “secret gardens”.

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