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- Piazza del Plebiscito
- Naples City Centre
- Piazza del Municipio
- Castel dell'Ovo
- Piazza Dante
- Cathedral of Naples (Il Duomo)
- Piazza Bellini
- U. S. Consulate
- Castel Nuovo
- Teatro di San Carlo
- San Gregorio Armeno Church
- University of Naples Federico II
- Piazza Giuseppe Garibaldi
- Napoli Sotterranea
- Ercolano Ruins
- Stadio San Paolo
- Piazza del Gesu Nuovo
- Monaldi Hospital
- Mostra d'Oltremare
B&Bs in Naples
As the metropolis of the Amalfi Coast, Naples has more than just the best pizza in the world. Experience authentic southern Italian hospitality by staying at a B&B in Naples. Leveraging their special relationship with locals, the team at Hotels.com has on-the-ground intel on Parthenope like no other. Arrange for your intimate accommodations in Napoli with us. We have the low down on the most homey beds and breakfasts in the City of the Sun. Explore one of Italy's oldest cities and book your B&B in Naples armed with our expert advice. Eat the world famous local food and experience unique regional customs. With Hotels.com, your travels in this historical city will take shape with our eyes and ears on the ground. See Naples in its living glory from the comfort and convenience of your own device. We can take you from your armchair to your B&B in Naples and beyond.
Why staying in a B&B is ideal for a trip to Naples
Naples is also known as The City of 500 Domes. Among them, Galleria Umberto I is a historic shopping mall which houses a winged glass dome. The Chapel of San Giovanni in Fonte, part of the Gothic Naples Cathedral, is topped by a square dome that preserves its original Byzantine mosaic. Yet another notable specimen is the dome that tops the Chapel of Treasure of St. Gennaro which has an iconic fresco that most associate with their visit to Naples. Access all these architectural gems from your B&B in Naples. The Capodimonte Museum is home to the Italian art collection that is only second in size to that of Uffizi Gallery in Florence. The National Archaeological Museum maintains an impressive collection of artifacts. As a base to explore nearby Mt. Vesuvius, Pompeii, and the rest of the Amalfi Coast, Naples is convenient and accessible. Bask in the Mediterranean sun from your intimate accommodations in Napoli.
Naples in a nutshell
Archeology is truly the main attraction in Naples and nearby Pompeii. The Naples Nation Archaeological Museum is one of the first museums dedicated to this field. It houses the Farnese Collection and the impressive Herculaneum papyri, a library of a wealthy family that is perfectly preserved from the historical explosion of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 CE. Pompeii itself is only 30 to 40 minutes away by train aboard the Circumvesuviana Naples-Sorrento line from Naples Central train station. However, the biggest attraction of Naples, and arguably all of Italy, is their food. For the most authentic wood fire Neapolitan pizza, visit the oldest pizzeria in the city-- Antica Pizzeria Port'Alba. Travelers need to be aware that daytime activities are definitely preferred in Naples. Grab a front row seat to antiquity with one of our partner B&B in Naples. We have the local insight to assure you of a fun, safe, and eventful trip.
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