Hotel Garibaldi Naples

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via PS Mancini 11, Naples, Campania, 80142, Italy
Hotel Garibaldi Naples
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Drive to take 2 days

by LindaRehfeld

Sorry guys, the drive to Rome from Naples is to take 2 days

Re: Drive to take 2 days

by claude-andre

The Cost Road is a good option. Gaeta and Terracina are nice towns, they won't be too crowded in september.
From Terracina, you may reach Rome by the interior (Colli Albani, Castel Gandolfo).
Terracina or Gaeta are good places to stop.

Re: Drive to take 2 days

by footstool

i went to the author has prepared a long list of drive times between cities; he has Rome-Naples in 2hr 20, and Naples-Sorrento in 1hr. I've never driven from Rome to Naples. But in 2007, upon arrival in Naples, I drove to Positano via Sorrento, but I regretted it, as the highway de-evolves into a
1 lane belly-crawl in Sorrento! upon leaving Positano to Naples, I drove thru Salerno and made much better time and connections (under 2 hours).

Travel Tips for Naples

An Overland Adventure

by cheekymarieh

Arriving in Naples after a long train journey from Venice. It was an incredible feeling to actually arrive having already seen many spectacular places en route.

As soon as we got off the train in Naples Central Rail station I was immediately struck by the difference in the people compared to the north of the country. There were many more beggars and our tour guide warned us not to leave any bages unattended.


by toonsarah

I’ve made a separate page about Herculaneum, or Ercolano as it’s known in Italian, so this is just a brief outline of why you might want to go there.

When Vesuvius erupted in AD 79 Herculaneum was buried in volcanic mud rather than in the lava which engulfed it perhaps more famous neighbour, Pompeii. It lay hidden and nearly intact for more than 1600 years until it was accidentally discovered by some workers digging a well in 1709. This has resulted in a different type of preservation of its ruins, with the mud doing relatively little damage to the buildings, instead slowly filling them from the bottom up.

Herculaneum was a smaller town with a wealthier population than Pompeii at the time of its destruction. You can easily imagine that the seaside villas would have been very desirable residences, and the lifestyle of those who occupied them would have been wonderful – sipping wine on the terraces overlooking the bay, with slaves catering to your every need, beautiful mosaics and friezes adorning the walls, a pleasant climate away from the hassles of the city. I loved wandering around envisaging all this – but then also contemplating the terror that must have descended on this peaceful spot when the inhabitants suddenly realised the enormity of what was happening to the mountain that looms over it. Many had sufficient warning that they were able to escape; some however did not, and their skeletons were found by archaeologists huddled together in boat houses on what would have in those days been the beach.

See my Transportation tips about the Circumvesuviana train to Herculaneum, and my separate page for lots of details about the various sights.

Naples is supposed to be the...

by funnyl

Naples is supposed to be the home of the pizza and we looked forward so much to eating it there. Unfortunately, the pizza we ate at 2 places tasted like Domino's here and had a horrible crust. Maybe we didnt go to the right places

S. Anna e S. Bartolomeo dei Lombardi

by TexasDave

This is a site easily missed but worthwhile seeking out. The entrance sits in the back corner of a small plaza off of Via Monteoliveto. Inside there are several unique things to see. In the first chapel on the right as you walk in there is a life sized composition of terra cotta figures approaching the body of Jesus, called "Pieta". Further back, in the oldest part, the Sacristy(from the early 1500's) there are a series of inlaid wood stalls (marquetry) which are amazingly detailed!

Chiostri dell'Ordine di Santa Chiara

by Willettsworld

The cloisters of St Clare were designed by Domenico Antonio Vaccaro in 1742. The cloisters are lined with four paths to its centre with arbors that are supported by columns, each of which is plated with colorfully painted majolica tiles; interspersed among the columns are tiled benches. The convent is also home to the Museo dell'Opera di Santa Chiara (Santa Chiara Museum of Works) and a small Roman bath house dating to around AD 1. Admission is approx 4€.


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