Villa Bruna B&B

via S. Teresa degli Scalzi, 154, Naples, 80136, Italy
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Forum Posts

Airport to Ferry for Ischia - Best Way?

by donauw

I am trying to determine the best way of getting from the airport (NAP) to closest or easiest ferry terminal to get to Ischia. Taxi, Alibus? Other?

Thanks in advance.

RE: Airport to Ferry for Ischia - Best Way?

by Ritchie_Lionheart

Taxi is best of course, but beware of some should not pay more than say 20 Euros. The alternative is the Aliubus to Stazione Marittima di piazza Municipio (right next to the ferry terminals).

Travel Tips for Naples

Buffalo Mozzarella?!

by xxgirasolexx

If you've never had the opportunity to try "mozzarella di bufala", you must! The only kind to try is the fresh kind from Campania. Eat it alone or try it on shouldn't be disappointed. If you are, just send it my way!

Neopolitano's Preferred Method of Transportation

by rsleisk

Motorcycles and mopeds like this one are the preferred way for Neopolitano's to get around the city. There are essentially no rules for these as they go inbetween traffic, on sidewalks, left and right through traffic uturns anywhere.

These mopeds seemingly become an extention of the body as they are quite adept at sharp turns needed to weave in and out of the traffic. Just expect to have one of these trying to get in front of you at all times and you will be safe from hitting one.

Naples Archeological Museum

by Lacristina

If you're in Naples, this museum is an absolute MUST SEE! The best treasures from Pompeii and Herculaneum were brought here. There is a wonderful collection of mosaics, the most important of which is undoubtedly "Alexander the Great defeating Darius," taken from the "House of the Faun" in Pompeii. It is 10 feet high and nearly 20 feet long, with a million and a half tesserae! There's the astonishing and huge "Farnese Bull" sculpture group (the largest ancient sculpture ever found), as well as many other famous works, including paintings, bronzes, and jewelry. Be sure to sign up for the escorted tour of the delightful "Gabinetto Segreto" (Secret Room) with it's collection of ancient erotic art, including frescoes which adorned the walls of one of Pompeii's brothels (there's no extra charge for this). Even if the tour is only given in Italian, it's worth seeing. Usually open from 9 am to 8 pm, closed Tuesday. An audio guide in English is available.

Inside the Chiesa di Francesco di Paola

by extrajoce

Despite taking many features from other churches in Italy, the Roman pantheon in particular, the Chiesa di Francesco di Paola has quite some classic charm, making a visit inside worth the while. The church is on Piazza del Plebiscito, in the south-western part of the centre. It was built in 1817.


by egicom05

The historic centre of Napoli is marked by a long road who cuts in two parts the old town. That is why neapolitans call it ?SpaccaNapoli? (?splitNaples?). Around Spaccanapoli there are the most interesting treasures of the town.
The uniqueness of the historical centre, with buildings that hold immense art treasures, induced UNESCO to declare it a World Heritage of Humanity. The historic centre of the town is an open-air museum where you can admire the greek ancient method of dividing the city into a grid of cross-streets; the panorama of history then sweeps through centuries of construction of churches, palaces for the aristocracy, monasteries and fountains. The layout of the historic centre of Naples is ancient and founded on two main axes: roads running east to west (Decumani) were crossed at precise right angles by the north-south roads (Cardini), forming rectangular blocks (Insulae). The Lower Decumanus is popularly known as "Spaccanapoli". Today, the street corresponds to "Via Benedetto Croce" and "Via S. Biagio dei Librai." The churches along this street (like Ges? Nuovo and Santa Chiara) are magnificent. Following along "Spaccanapoli" you reach Piazza San Domenico Maggiore, then Cappella Sansevero, and further on, San Gregorio Armeno street, one of the most famous lane streets (?vicoli?) in the city, a true marketpace for the Nativity Scene?s art.

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