Hotel Cimarosa

Via Cimarosa, 29, Naples, 80127, Italy
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Left baggage in Naples

by Dan-dan

Hi there!
I'll be arriving in Naples at 9am and want to enjoy the city before my afternoon departure to Sorrento. Is there any place where I could leave my bags for the day? Considering that I won't have much time, is it worth to take the City Sightseeing Hop On Hop Off tour of Naples? ...or I can easily walk aroung the attractions?
Thank U very much for your time!
Best Regards,
Dan

RE: Left baggage in Naples

by mccalpin

If you are going to be at Napoli Centrale (the main train station), there is Left Luggage service. Here is the info:

Rates per bag left Deposit rates (for each bag): 3.80 € for the first 5 hours 0.60 € per hour for the next 7 hours (from the 6th to the 12th) 0.20 € per hour from the 13th hour.

Timetable:
6 am - 11 pm

References:
Phone 081.56.72.181

Location within the station:
ground floor

Note that the station for the Circumvesuviana (the private train that goes to Sorrento) is downstairs from the Napoli Centrale station...

Bill

RE: Left baggage in Naples

by uittrader

Are you arriving by plane or train? Be alert in Naples.Lots of shady characters there.Sorrento is an hour away from Naples by train and really nice.. from there you can visit Pompei,Vesuvius,Ischia..I am not certain if there is a left luggage there.I would think they would have one because Napoli Centrale is a big transportation hub.I found the attached trip report on the internet and it mentions a left luggage at the station.Read below.Have fun in Sorrento

http://www.independenttraveler.com/tripreports/tripreports.cfm?ID=378

RE: RE: Left baggage in Naples

by Dan-dan

Thank U very much for your information!! It was very helpful!! Take care!!

Travel Tips for Naples

Around and about in Naples

by unravelau

I was told once that if you put your camera right up against wire, that the wire disappears in the photo..............I proved this to be true in some Castellone shots but whoops, it didn't quite work here. Thank you Bill.

The motorways are the best way...

by russ45

The motorways are the best way to drive to the Naples area. The roads are not as good when you get this far south. But living in the USA I am used to bad roads and drivers who don't know where they are going.
You must pay attention when you drive in the south of Italy. They don't give you as much distance on the motorways to get off at the exits you want. So expect to see only one sign showing the turn. But everything is marked well.

Visit Vesuvius and Pompeii

by Romglish

This was the only times I've been speechless when I visited Pompeii and walked up the Volcano Vesuvius. If you are in the vacinity of Napoli you must visit. At Vesuvius its the sheer danger of the live volcano but its so amazing, the smell, the beauty. I felt so at ease up there, so calm. And Pompeii well its just like being in a history story... you will laugh at me unless you have been there. I will go back there as soon as I can because there is so much I still haven't seen.

Motorized Bigwheels, fun for all ages!

by rsleisk

In front of Villa Comunale on Via Caracciolo you can rent these motorized bigwheels. They are battery powered, similar to a golf cart battery. I nearly got run over many times as I walked through the treelined area. The kids and parents were enjoying themselves as they zoomed about.

Piazza Plebiscito

by Polly74

Piazza Plebiscito has become the symbol of the recent renovation of Naples in the 1994, when it recovered its representative function on the occasion of G7. Since then, the piazza is a pedestrian area designed for the enjoyment of tourists and dwellers; every now and then here are played concerts and happenings or shown large installations of contemporary art.
Piazza Plebiscito was given its present name on the occasion of plebiscite held here on October 1860, by which Naples and the whole Southern Italy ratified their annexation to Piedmont Kingdom by Savoy. Before the piazza was called "Largo di Palazzo" (wide space in front of the Palace) because it faced main facade of the Royal Palace.

After the Bourbon's return, Ferdinand IV King of Naples (I as King of Two Sicilies) decided to keep those works, but turning their celebrative significance to advantage of the restoration of monarchy. So he made built in the middle of the colonnade (in front of the Royal Palace) the Basilica dedicated to San Francesco di Paola, not only because he was traditionally loved and venerated by the Neapolitans, but also for the reason that he was the founder of the convent destroyed in order to make place for the Napoleonic forum.

The church, built between 1816 and 1836 following the project by Pietro Bianchi, is an imitation of the Pantheon in Rome. It has a circular plan and is covered by an hemispherical dome with a lacunar made of stone.

In the focuses of the ellipse that defines the line of colonnade, they were placed two equestrian statues made of bronze.

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Address: Via Cimarosa, 29, Naples, 80127, Italy