Hotel Scapolatiello

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Piazza Risorgimento 1, Cava De' Tirreni, Campania, 84010, Italy
Hotel Scapolatiello
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Forum Posts

In Naples for 2 days

by annmar

I will be in Naples for 2 days. What are some of the things we can do there?

Thank you in advance.

Re: In Naples for 2 days

by hawkhead

Any good guide book will give you an idea of what to do. Or Google. And it all depends on your interests. If you are interested in art, then there are some stunning things to look at: e.g. Cappell Sansevero, Gesu Nuovo, Cappella e Museo del Monte di pieta, Pio Monte della Misericordia, Il Duomo and Museon del Cappella del Tesoro di San Gennaro, etc., Pinacoteca di Girolamini, San Lorenzo Maggiore and under here - Scavi di San Lorenzo Maggiore, Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli, Palazzo Reale di Capodimonte (home to the Farnese Collection of Renaissance art)........alos sundry catacombs and other churches. But, as I said, any good guide book will give you information and it's difficult to guide you when we don't know your interests.

Re: In Naples for 2 days

by leics

One of the obvious things to do from Naples is to visit Pompeii. Even if you are not especially interested in history Pompeii is one of the major sites of the world and really should not be missed.

You can easily take the cheap, frequent Circumvesuviana train from Napoli Garibaldi station (which is in Piazza Garbaldi next to Napoli Centrale station). It takes about 30 minutes to get to Pompeii Scavi, and the site entrance is directly opposite the station. Trains run every 30 minutes or less, and fare will be less than 5 euro.

You can also easily visit Herculaneum by getting off at Ercolano and walking 10 minutes or so.

You could also take a daytrip to Capri. Ferries and hydrofoils leave from Molo Beverello in Naples. Timetables here:

Re: In Naples for 2 days

by hawkhead

You can also go to Herculaneum and/or Villa Oplontis....

Travel Tips for Naples

Narrow streets of the old quarter

by yooperprof

Just get lost! Linger, and marvel at the ingenuity of Neapolitans who live in the heart of this great city, on a street grid that was laid down 2400 years ago.

Of course, if you're claustrophobic, this probably isn't the place for you!


by maybetara

Dont bother bringing a handbag. You'll probably end up buying a few of those in Naples. They're beautifully made, gorgeous and can be rather cheap. I did a stupid thing-I brought my old running shoes, and open-toe heels (3-inch) to Naples in March. No sensible Napolitan female would have been caught dead in either - Firstly, Italians wear really, really nice shoes. Good shoes, well-cut-, well-made, good-looking. Even the schoolkids didnt have scruffy running shoes on. Secondly, March temperatures can dip to 5 degrees in the evening. With strong winds (common in March), it feels a lot colder.
By the third day, my toes were ready to drop off. Luckily I purchsed a pair of Italian shoes later, cheaply.
Just a note: It was sheer folly (due to jet lag, i'm sure) but I climbed Mount Vesuvius in those heels. It was not too bad going up (those 3-inch spikes really gave me a grip!!!), but going down was excruciating. In all, I took about 4 and a half hours going up to the peak and down again.
It would have been more prudent to pack some well-made, thick-soled leather loafers and ankle boots. For March, at least. Photographic film is more expensive than in Asia, so Asian visitors, pack those reels! Sunscreen. Sunglasses, real and counterfeit (brand), are sold everywhere in Naples.

In the centre of Naples the...

by cheekymarieh

In the centre of Naples the best ways to view the city are using public transport and your feet. A car is more trouble than it is worth because this must be one of the worst cities in Europe for parking. It is far better to use the metro and the funiculars.

Piazza del Plebiscito

by TexasDave

The whole area is now for pedestrians only. On the East is the Palazzo Reale and on the West is the 19th century San Francesco di Paola, which was modeled after the Pantheon in Rome. The Colonnades on both sides of the church remind one of St. Peter's Square in Rome as well.

Solfatara Pozzuoli

by Jannick_L.

Solfatara Pozzuoli
The Solfatara of Pozzuoli is without a doubt the most interesting volcano of the Phlegreaen Fields, an area north of Naples made up by approximately 40 ancient volcanoes.
You go inside the ancient volcano crater, but it is not dead, just asleep. You can still see some activity.
There are a lot of fumaroles and even some blubbing mudpots.
You can even go inside two ancient saunas:dug into the side of the mountain on the northern side around the end of the 1800s for making natural sweating rooms and later covered by brick. A few minutes in the cave was all that was needed to cause profuse sweating and force the person to heavily breathe in the intense sulphurous vapors that were released. For this reason they were considered excellent for curing respiratory problems, diseases of the skin and rheumatisms. The natural sweat rooms were also well known since Ancient Times and were one of the spa attractions of the Phlegreaen Fields.


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