Villa Capodimonte

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Moiariello, 66, Naples, Campania, 80131, Italy
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84%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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19
Very Good
31%
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Average
23%
15
Poor
7%
5
Terrible
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4

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 27% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families66
  • Couples66
  • Solo81
  • Business68

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Forum Posts

Directions to Naples Train Station

by gartonr

Can anyone give me directions from the cruise terminal to the railway station,
Naples Garibaldi, is it walkable or do we need a taxi, going it alone for the first time in this area.

Many thanks
GR

Re: Directions to Naples Train Station

by xymmot

Leaving the cruse port, your direction to th station is to the right. It is walkable but time consuming. I am sure that you can catch a bus going to the station. remember it is right of the port. Taxis abound are waiting for you as you leave the terminal, it is no longer than a five minute ride.

Re: Directions to Naples Train Station

by leics

It is walkable, but a lengthy walk largely uphill through busy streets. Maybe 20-25 minutes.

Better to take bus or taxi from the cruise terminal. There is a bus which goes to Piazza Garibaldi (where both Napoli Garibaldi and Napoli Centrale stations are..they are adjoining).

Re: Directions to Naples Train Station

by blusky

I would definitely recommend taxi or bus. Walking, especially with your luggage isn't a good choice because it will take you some time and it's safer.
I would recommend taxi in any case, becuase if there's a traffic jam (during the week, becuase on Sunday there's much less traffic) taxi drivers always find some way to get you on your destination.

Travel Tips for Naples

The streets of old Naples

by toonsarah

More than any of the individual sights we saw, it will be the memory of the vibrant atmosphere on the streets of Naples that will remain with me. The Centro Storico on a Sunday morning is a people watcher’s dream! We shared our wanderings with Sunday church goers heading for a post-Mass coffee and gossip with friends; with local families browsing the Christmas decorations and nativity scenes in the Via San Gregorio Armeno; with smartly dressed dog-walkers and trendy students; with jugglers and street performers of all kinds. And of course with the inevitable scooters – weaving in and out of the pedestrians and occasional cars with consummate ease, never having to stop, rarely slowing (except to wave to a friend or shout a cheerful greeting), but always apparently in control, so that the vehicle seems almost an extension of themselves. When later I saw a young boy on a mini-scooter I realised that the Neapolitans must grow up riding these machines and it comes as naturally to them as walking does to me.

The Centro Storico is bisected east to west by two streets. The more northerly is the Via del Tribunali, and a block south of this runs the street known popularly Scappanapoli, which in the course of its 3 km length has five real names, none of which are used by locals. If you make this street the focus of your walk, with occasional detours down the various little lanes on either side, you’ll get a great flavour of Neapolitan street life, as we did.

In southern Italy, being...

by anaiis

In southern Italy, being topless on the beach, is not acceptable for girls. Sorry! (I had to buy bikini there - its no problem, there are plenty.) ;)

I have a picture of me in bikini, but will spare you from that horror!

Plane, train or ship!It is...

by Pinky81

Plane, train or ship!It is very easy to get to Naples as it is one of the biggest cities of the South of Italy.
To go to Sorrento, Pompei or Ercolano use Circumvesuviana. You can get onto these local trains at the central station -Piazza Garibaldi-.
If you want to go to Capri -in the picture-, Ischia or Procida there are ferries leaving the port at any time of the day.
There are many parts of Naples such as Fuorigrotta and Vomero that can be reached with the metro.

There are so many places to...

by shiran_d

There are so many places to visit, but you must give first option to visit Capri, then Pompeii, and then Amalfi coast.
For thoes visitors with faint hearted, will be intimidated, but for thoes visitors as enterprising and cheerful as the Neapolitans themselves, the rewards are rich.

Have a grea time in the beautiful city.
I Travel to Naples each month great more I go more I want to go.

Maschio Angioino

by ruki

Built on the former site of a Franciscan convent dedicated to Santa Maria La Nova, this medieval fortress is better known to locals as Maschio Angioino (the Angevin Keep), after Charles I of Anjou who commissioned it. The castle's Palatine Chapel, also known as the Santa Barbara Chapel, remains a splendid example of Gothic art from the Angevin period. Today, the local council meets in the Sala dei Baroni (reached by an external staircase) and the eastern wing is home to the Museo Civico (local art gallery and museum). Admission to the museum is about EUR6.
Open Hours: 9a-7p M-Sa

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Address: Via Moiariello, 66, Naples, Campania, 80131, Italy