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Naples Tour for Kids and families
"A city with tales to tell!Surprise your family with the exciting and child-centered Naples Tour for Kids. Soak up the sun and beauty folklore and tradition art and classic cuisine of one of Italy’s most interesting cities. Let an expert English-speaking guide engage your children in interactive learning for an educational and memorable event. Sightseeing can be overwhelming for children when it invo your children are the center of the activity. With privileged reserved admission to historic sites there’s no boredom and fidgeting in long lines. Interactive visual learning tools pop-up books
From EUR250.00
Small Group Naples City Sightseeing Tour
"Start your tour with a pickup from your centrally located Naples hotel or alternatively from Naples train station. Then set off in your comfortable air-conditioned minivan with your expert guide for your small-group tour of the highlights of this vibrant city — the third largest in Italy.As you travel hear how Naples is one of Europe’s oldest cities with roots stretching back to the 4th century BC
From EUR30.00
Naples City and Pompeii Half Day Sightseeing Tour
"Your guide will pick you up from your chosen Naples location in the morning. Your day starts with a 2-hour coach tour of Naples’ highlights. Admire Castel Nuovo (New Castle) a symbolic royal structure dating back to 1279 and see San Francesco di Paola church in Piazza del Plebiscito the city's main square.Hop off the coach to explore the area around the Royal Palace of Naples one of the four residences used by the Bourbon Kings during their rule of the Kingdom of Two Sicilies from 1730 to 1860. Enter the dome of Naples Cathedral to learn about the significance of this grand church. Your last stop in Naples is the hill-top where you'll pause to enjoy panoramic views of the city and the Bay of Naples.Drive 30 minutes down the coast to the legendary city of Pompeii. Arriving in the late morning you'll have time for lunch if you wish (own expense) before taking a guided walk around Pompeii's haunting ruins. Hear how this ancient city was destroyed by the infamous Mt Vesuvius eruption in 79 AD as you visit the Forum
From EUR70.00

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San Carlo Theatre (Teatro di San Carlo)

The Teatro di San Carlo is an opera house in Naples, Italy, the oldest still active in Europe and it is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site. The theatre designed by the architects Giovanni...
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Apr 04, 2011

Teatro San Carlo

Inaugurated in 1737 with a performance of Domenico Sarro's Achille in Sciro, Teatro San Carlo is the world's oldest surviving opera house. It was commissioned by King Carlo III di Borbone and designed...
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Mar 23, 2010

Teatro di San Carlo

This is Europe's oldest opera house. We did not go in so I don't have much to share about what it has to offer, but it was exciting to actually see it and admire the architecture. You can pay to have...
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Apr 17, 2008

A Tour of Teatro San Carlo

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...
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Apr 13, 2008

Teatro San Carlo

Teatro San Carlo is situated on the Piazza Pleblicito which is a beautiful Piazza in the heart of Naples. It's located close to the bay and also includes the Royal Palace. we walked here from the...
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Oct 26, 2005

Teatro di San Carlo

Naples regained a measure of independence in 1734 when Prince Charles of Spain - the 2nd son of King Philip V - was made King, and local self-government returned to southern Italy after centuries of...
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Mar 21, 2005

San Carlo Theatre

The San Carlo was built by King Charles of Bourbon who wished to endow his capital city with a theatre to take the place of the old and crumbling San Bartolomeo which belonged to the Casa degli...
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Feb 07, 2005

Teatro San Carlos Is Next To the Bay

The Opera San Carlo (1737) is on the east side of the Piazza Trieste e Trento and is one of the largest opera houses in the world.
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Feb 08, 2014
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"Another capital of another glorious kingdom!"
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"guide to the hidden Naples"
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"Benvenuti a Napoli!!"
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Things to Do Near Naples

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Palazzo Reale

The royal palace, Palazzo Reale, built during the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries and has 30 rooms which can be visited on the first floor. The impressive facade is almost 170 meters long. The palace...
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Galleria Umberto - Shopping District

This gallery opposite the Teatro di San Carlo, built in 1891, as part of the Risanamento, the renewal of the city. The building was destroyed during World War II, but restored back later. The gallery,...
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Castel Nuovo - Maschio Angioino

Castel Nuovo or New Castle was built by Pierre de Chaulnes and Pierre d’ Agincourt, French architects on service of Charles of Anjou who always was Charles I the King of Naples. Huge French castle of...
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Quartieri Spagnoli - 'Spanish quarters'

From wiki travel : “Do not wander down small dark alleys/streets, especially in the Spanish Quarter. “ I would say just the opposite, Napoli gives its best on the streets, where the crowd is. I am not...
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Day Trip to Mount Vesuvius

In the bay of Naples Vesuvius dominates. We HAD to go to the top. We got the train from sorrento (approx 3 euro return).- To ercolo station. Outside the station we paid out (16 ?Euro each) to share a...
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The spaccanappoli is one of the most popular road of the city. Even if the name suggests that we are talking of one single street, actually Spaccanapoli is a group of seven different streets. The name...
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Getting to Naples


Via San Carlo, 98


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