Parteno Bed and Breakfast

Lungomare Partenope, 1, Naples, 80121, Italy
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by Axrialee

is it true you can buy authentic Fendi handbags for $60?

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by Beausoleil

I never heard of Fendi handbags; I'm not a shopping person. I just wanted to tell you that if something is not in a normal store, i.e. out on the street, and is very underpriced, it is probably counterfeit. The EU has been really cracking down on people who sell and people who buy these knockoffs. If you are caught with a counterfeit bag (shoes, whatever) in your possession, you can be fined a great deal of money and may even face a jail sentence. If you say you didn't know it was fake, they don't care. A fake is a fake and you can be prosecuted.

Bargains are fine; counterfeits are not. Better safe than sorry. Perhaps someone here will tell you where there are some discount stores or seconds that are still legal.

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by leics

You can buy all sorts of things in European cities; 'Fendi', 'Gucci', 'Balenciaga', 'Dior', 'Burberry', 'Adidas'........ watches, bags, scarves, clothes etc etc. If you buy them on the street, or in a market, you can be 99.9% sure they are counterfeit especially if they are such a bargain price. Clearly there are plenty of people willing to purchase such stuff, knowingly conned or not, because there are a myriad of purveyors (and a real problem for the trading standards people in the UK, and probably elsewhere too).

Authentic 'top-quality' and 'top-label' stuff does not get sold cheaply; end of. You might be lucky and find a 'seconds' or sale store. Prices are sometimes a little cheaper in the country of origin, dependent on exchange rate. For example, Levis are cheaper in the US than in the UK (so I'm told).

But, as a general rule of thumb, if it's dirt cheap it's not authentic.

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by qaminari

The only Fendi outlet store I know of is near Florence, not Naples: Via Giuseppe Di Vittorio 9, Rignano sull'Arno; tel. +39 055 834981. Naples is well-known for fakes, and for dodgy market traders, so if it's truly "authentic" you are after, as has been said don't expect to find this in a street market. I would advise you to go to a local shop and check out a real Fendi bag of the design you want, so that you know not only the normal price but exactly what to look for to judge whether anything you find in Naples is genuine.
I don't know where you live (not mentioned in your profile) but be aware that in most countries Customs/police can seize fakes, this regularly happens in France to tourists returning from the market in Ventimiglia..
Incidentally, your question title is not very helpful. If you had titled it something like "where to buy Fendi handbags", someone who really knows Fendi might just have noticed it! What if every question in every forum was headed "???"!

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by effeti

And a warning... Even to buy (not only to seel) counterfeits is illegal, and you can be fined if you buy...
Up to you

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by northeast80

You can buy authentically fake for $60

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by Jetgirly

Yes, but not in Naples. Only in the Vatican City, directly from the Pope.


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by nicolaitan

Absolutely - the Fendi outlet is right next to the auto dealer selling $1775 Mercedes sedans.

Travel Tips for Naples

A Cowboy Band in Italy???

by sargentjeff

You bet. This band Nevada plays at La Bavarase regularly, and I saw them a couple times. They are fantastic, and a lot of fun. check out their website. It includes some samples of music too and a documentary video in Italian as well.

Pozzuoli - It is the...

by sargentjeff

Pozzuoli - It is the birthplace of Sophia Loren and very much a part of the Naples greater city. I would definitely recommend a visit to this small port town when visitiing Naples. There are some great seafood restaurants here, as well as bars and great views of Naples. Some ancients ruins are here as well as the Sulfaterra, which has the distinct Sulfuric smell we all know and don't appreciate.

We spent our wedding night in a small Pozzuoli hotel, and it allowed splendid views of the area.

If you can't live without out McD's

by xxgirasolexx about McDonald's

If you can't live without McDonald's, you are in luck. Napoli has several, even SILVER edition ones which are supposedly more posh than just the regular red and yellow ones, complete with live music. I can't say for sure though. The salads and grissini are okay... I guess if you are starving the "French fries" are okay too... But if you feel like you have a brick in your stomach after, don't blame me. You've been warned

A Tour of Teatro San Carlo

by Wowmoment

If you cannot see a performance here a guided tour of the building can be arranged, just call and ask.

One of the oldest theatres in existence it dates from 1737. You will be shown the auditorium and go into one of the any boxes from where people watching was as popular as the performances.

We were lucky as a 'White Voice', that is juvenile, choir was practicing as we toured accompanied by our young language student guide.

Averno lake

by egicom05

It was created 4000 years ago by a violent eruption, following which, waters exhaled carbonic acid and hydrogen that didn't allow the life of the birds: from here the name Avernus, from the greek Aornon, place without birds.
In Roman age, under Agrippa, the lake was turned into one of the harbors of Cuma (portus Julius) connected, through a navigable channel, with the lake of Lucrino and the sea. Owing to the bradyseism good part of the portus Julius is submerged.
Contemporarily to the creation of the new port, other two galleries were dug: the "cave of Cocceio" that connected the harbour Julius with the low city of Cuma and the "pseudo-cave" of the Sibilla, dug in the hill that separates Averno lake from Lucrino lake.
This place evokes Omero, Virgilio and the cult of the afterlife, because the entry was held by the Hades;
Indeed, the knowledge of these myths provokes to the visitor a feeling of restlessness accented by the dark color of the waters and by the awareness of beeing inside a crater. This feeling is mitigated, however, by the presence of samples of coots and ducks that populate the lake.
A trees skirted road leads to the lake and a path, along the oriental bank, allows to reach the ruins of the "Temple of Apollo."
[Egicom 05 - by Amaltea]


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