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The location of the apartment is very good. The apartment is spacious and comfortable. The owner is very friendly and helpful. I recommend this apartment if you
Stayed 30 Oct—1 Nov 2015 in:
Beautiful Apartment Napoli City ...
Nice apartment, it was all very clean. The owners were very helpful, gave us many tips on what to see in Naples and how to get there. Only small issue was that
Stayed 21—23 Oct 2015 in:
La Fontana Di Rua Catalana "Edua...
Beautiful apartment. The host family are just lovely. Hard to find but worth the effort. Fantastic.
Stayed 11—12 Oct 2015 in:
Neapolitan Style Apartment (Napo...
Excellent apartment. Landlord very considerate- generous supply of eg breads, milk on arrival. 6th floor, with lift to 5th and then stairs, good view of Vesuviu
Stayed 12—16 Oct 2015 in:
Sunbathe And Relax In The Histor...
Accommodation in Naples - Travel Guide
The capital of the Campania region, Naples is one of Italy’s largest cities. Although best known as the gateway to Mount Vesuvius, the ancient Roman ruins of Pompeii and the glittering Amalfi Coast, Naples is a fantastic tourist destination in its own right. View the treasures excavated from Pompeii and Herculaneum (and much more besides) at the National Archaeological Museum (Museo Archeologico Nazionale), explore the narrow streets of the UNESCO listed Historic Centre and see the Veiled Christ sculpture in Capella Sansevero. If all that sightseeing has worked up an appetite, it’s time for what may be the best Naples attraction of all – pizza! Now a staple throughout the world, this doughy treat was born in Naples. The most traditional choice is pizza margherita, a thin, crisp base topped with tomato, basil and fresh mozzarella. For a sweet finish, you can’t go past a sfogliatella, layers of flakey pastry concealing a centre of smooth ricotta. If you choose self-catering Naples accommodation, you can also take advantage of the city’s incredible markets, from the gorgeous blooms of the Mercato dei Fiori (Flower Market) to the fruit, vegetables, meat, seafood and other delicacies of the Pignasecca Market. Not only will stocking up here save you money on dining out, you’ll also get a true taste of local Neapolitan life.
When to go to Naples
Naples enjoys a Mediterranean climate, making it an ideal year round tourist destination. Summers are long and hot, whilst spring and autumn are lovely and warm. Don’t discount a winter Naples holiday, though, as the weather is relatively mild, albeit wet.
Getting to and around Naples
Most tourists arrive in Naples via flights to Naples Airport, otherwise known as Capodichino Airport. It’s also possible to arrive via trains to Stazione Centrale or Stazione Garibaldi, particularly from Rome. Once in Naples, exploration is easiest on foot or by taxi. Be sure to choose a white, licensed cab bearing the Naples symbol (Pulcinella) on its front doors. Unfortunately, taking public transport can be quite complicated.
Where to stay in Naples
When choosing accommodation in Naples, villas and apartments offer great alternatives to comparatively expensive hotels. HouseTrip has a number of Naples accommodation options, including compact apartments suitable for singles and couples to large villas ideal for families and groups of friends to share. Plus, booking Naples villas and apartments with HouseTrip is easy – you can even do it in as little as six clicks.
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