Hotel Clarean

Piazza Garibaldi 49, Naples, Campania, 80100, Italy
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hydrofoil

by keswick38

Does anyone know the cost of the hydrofoil from Naples to Capri please?Also is there much to see in the immediate area when disembarking?Thanks !!

Re: hydrofoil

by bekerovka

Hy,
it costs 16€ and I remember only very expensive bars and shops in Marina Grande. Better you catch right away the cable railway to Capri center.
Ciao, Marco
http://www.capri.net/it/orari-traghetti

Re: hydrofoil

by goodfish

Right. The most interesting parts of Capri are away from the marina so you'll want to take the lift up to Capri town, and the little buses there up the mountain to the town of Anacapri. There are also fascinating ruins and natural wonders farther away from the town centers that must be accessed on foot. In fact, most of the island must be traveled on foot as most "roads" are nothing more than narrow paths.

See the VT Capri pages for more tips and info:

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Europe/Italy/Campania/Capri-154442/TravelGuide-Capri.html

Re: hydrofoil

by travelgourmet

Do as said, take the Funicular up to Capri Town. I was just noting in a VT friends page that the walk along via Tragar viewing the Faraglioni rocks and visiting the La Scalinatella hotel was worth the trip. Also, stopping at a restaurant for a little lemoncello doesn't hurt either.

Re: hydrofoil

by keswick38

Very helpful.Thankyou all very much !!

Travel Tips for Naples

Going to Naples? Get an Artecard

by iNorv9

For those staying up to 3 days in the Campania region, the Artecard is an excellent bargain. For 25 euro you get free admission to two sites, half price off the rest, and unlimited use of all transportation (trains, busses, funicular). So if you only take the Alibus to and from the airport (6 euro), and take the train to visit Pompeii and Herculaneum (10 euro each admission, 3 euro r/t train ticket), you already will save 4 euro. There is a cheaper Artecard for just visiting Naples, but how can you just stay in Naples without seeing Pompeii and/or the Amalfi Coast?

Where to buy: For sale at the airport and train station, and many other locations around Naples.

Website: http://www.artecard.it/index.php?lingua=2

An autumn visit

by toonsarah

Luggage with wheels may not be such a great idea here because of all the cobbles – Chris pulled ours valiantly all round the Piazza Garibaldi on our first evening but he had to lift it a lot :( You’ll want to dress in layers at this time of year. Temperatures ranged from a warm 22 degrees centigrade in the middle of the day, which found us sipping chilled white wine in Sorrento in just shirt-sleeves, to a slightly nippy 8 degrees at night, when I was glad of my thin wool jumper and mid-weight jacket. Take comfortable flat shoes to help you cope with all those cobbles, and an umbrella or waterproof coat – you may not be as lucky with the weather as we were. You can buy almost anything you need here, and prices are lower than the UK, but obviously you’ll need to bring prescription medicines. Again, you can buy things quite easily here and prices are reasonable – I needed batteries for my camera and got some in Sorrento for noticeably less than I would normally pay. With only a few days in which to explore, we found enough information in the Berlitz Pocket Guide to Naples to keep us occupied, and it has the advantage of being, exactly as the name suggests, small enough to slip into a pocket!

If you arrive you air your...

by trishmat

If you arrive you air your best bet is to get a taxi to your hotel it will cost you though? We paid L40,000 while a local bus costs L1,800. But we did not want to be walking Naples with our bags so it was worth it.

If you get the bus it will drop you in the centre of town and the train will leave you at the main station near Piazza Garibaldi.
Naples is not a huge city - it took us less than an hour to walk from Piazza Garibaldi to the main harbour. While doing this we saw some wonderful sights.

If you want to get out of the city you can catch trains to Sorrento,Pompii and Rome at Piazza Garibaldi.

Take a train and visit Pompei,...

by JaumeBCN

Take a train and visit Pompei, the ancient Roman city buried by the eruption of the Vesubio volcanus in the year 79 a.C. and discovered in the XVIIth century almost intact. Before going to Pompei I hadn't read much about it, so I didn't expect too much of that visit. When I visit Pompei I discovered a whole Roman city almost new. Most of the city is so well preserved that it's difficult not getting astonished. I though that I would see little pieces of houses, palaces, streets, temples…, like I am used to about visit Roman runes where I live in Catalonia, and then I saw complete structures. You can't miss a visit to Pompei, probably one of the most beautiful and large Romans ruins that exist. The Teatro Grande stands for me as one of the most beautiful buildings in Pompei although the Casa del Fauno, the Foro Civile, the Anfiteatro or the Via dell'Abbondanza are other sightseeings. It's better to go during the evening when it's not so hot although you will need minimum a couple of hours to see it properly. Remember to take some water and a cap or something to protect yourself from the sun.

A view from the castle

by Beograd

This was once a remarkable view on the landscape, but now we get to see Naples panorama from one of it's terraces.

We saw a few weddings there and came to a conclusion that it is acustomed to have proffesional photos taken there on that special day.

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 Hotel Clarean

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Clarean Hotel Naples

Address: Piazza Garibaldi 49, Naples, Campania, 80100, Italy