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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

More Warnings and Dangers in Naples

As usual - watch your wallets...

As usual - watch your wallets and purses. Pay taxis while still inside them, not in the street, and watch for those who just seem to be innocently 'hanging around'. Don't carry what you're not...
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ChrsStrl
Aug 26, 2002

There are two simple things...

There are two simple things you need to remember in order to avoid theft in Naples. Firstly, try to keep money and valuables out of sight. Lastly, in buses and crowded places do not keep your wallet...
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Pinky81
Aug 26, 2002

Try NOT to get killed by those...

Try NOT to get killed by those crazy drivers in Napels! Remember: a car (vespa or something else that moves) is stronger than a pedestrian! Do NOT let the heat in the summer get that wisdom out of...
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anaiis
Aug 26, 2002

The local brand of mafiosi in...

The local brand of mafiosi in Naples are known as Camorra. Purse snatchings, pickpocketing, theft and car break-ins are rife. Violent crime however is fairly rare. Don't carry more cash than you need....
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unexplored
Aug 25, 2002

Watch you wallet and bags at...

Watch you wallet and bags at all times. We were told by a local to keep our money and hands in our pockets at all times - you feel stupit but it works! Watch the traffic - they will run you down given...
trishmat
Aug 25, 2002

Visiting Napoli you have never...

Visiting Napoli you have never wear jewlery while you are walking arround the city or on means of transport (busses, metro...train). Like in every big city I racommend you not to carry too much...
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Juanmatias
Aug 24, 2002
 
 
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Streetwise in Naples

An early Baedeker guidebook to southern Italy wrote of Naples that 'the traveller is often tempted to doubt whether such a thing as honesty is known'. You wouldn't get away with such a comment in...
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CliffClaven
Aug 24, 2002

First of all, Piazza...

First of all, Piazza Garibaldi. This is the main train station and if you want to go to Pompeii, Herculaneum, Amalfi Coast, etc, you will go through here. If you arrive in Naples by train, you may...
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oneonta_ni
Aug 24, 2002

Not really a warning or a...

Not really a warning or a danger, but we found it difficult to find a good map and navigate the narrow streets of the historic centre. I am sure this is because there are so many small streets that a...
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oneonta_ni
Aug 24, 2002

Naples reportedly has a...

Naples reportedly has a lot of pickpockets and cashiers who will intentionally cheat you when they make change. In three trips to Naples, I never experienced either difficulty, but I've heard the...
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vonmilla
Aug 24, 2002

Ants seem to be particularly...

Ants seem to be particularly prevalent in this area. Don't put the remains of fruit or other food subsatnces in your waste bin. Otherwise you may end up with a line of ants invading.
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cheekymarieh
Sep 07, 2002

Top Hotels in Naples

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Piazza Giustino Fortunato, 8, Naples, 80100, Italy
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Via Armando Diaz 44, Naples, Campania, 80134, Italy
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Via S. Pietro ad Aram 18, Naples, Campania, 80139, Italy
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Via Partenope 48, Naples, Campania, 80121, Italy
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Via Francesco Saverio Correra 241, Naples, Campania, 80135, Italy
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Via Palepoli, 12, Naples, Campania, 80132, Italy
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Top Things to Do in Naples

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Basilica di Santa Chiara

Church of Santa Chiara or Saint Clare was founded in 1310 by King of Naples Robert I known as Wise and his Queen Sancha of Majorca. Its length is 110.5 meters and it is 33 meters wide. Kin Robert...
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Archaelogical Museum

This is one of the world's greatest museums, so if you visit Rome, but feel afraid about visiting dirty and dangerous Naples, forget all that and visit Naples anyway. This museum rivals the best of...
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Duomo - Cathedral

The Cattedrale metropolitana di Santa Maria Assunta was built in the 13. century and finished 14. century. Attached to the cathedral is the Battistero di San Giovanni in Fonte, an early 4. century...
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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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Capodimonte Museum

Museo Capodimonte is not well known for wide public in the world and even Italy because before 2014 visitors were not allowed to take any photos and videos inside. In fact this museum is among the...
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Oleg_D.

"Another capital of another glorious kingdom!"
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egicom05

"guide to the hidden Naples"
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sargentjeff

"Benvenuti a Napoli!!"
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toonsarah

"A city in perpetual motion"
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ruki

"NAPLES – the treasure of Campania!!!"
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